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The Minnesota Office of Justice Programs (OJP), Department of Public Safety, is requesting proposals to fund Youth Intervention Programs (YIP). YIP grants are designed to meet the goals specified under Minnesota Statute §299A.73: “[YIP is] an early intervention, nonresidential, community-based program providing advocacy, education, counseling, mentoring, and referral services to youth and their families experiencing personal, familial, school, legal, or chemical problems with the goal of resolving the present problems and preventing the occurrence of problems in the future.”
Youth Intervention Prevention Request for Proposals due September 3, 2015.
The MN Office of Justice Programs is seeking volunteer proposal reviewers. The immediate need is for reviewers for Youth Intervention Proposal reviewers. We will be selecting Youth Intervention Program reviewers in early September. If you are interested in this or future volunteer reviewer opportunities, please click here.
The Office of Justice Programs has developed a brief presentation on how to review a proposal. If you have been selected to act as a reviewer for OJP, you are required to view this presentation.
You will also be asked to certify that you have watched the presentation on the required Conflict of Interest Discloser and Reviewer Certification form, which is included in your reviewer packets.