In fiscal year 2021, OJJDP funding helped communities across the United States adopt provide programs and strategies to prevent and intervene in delinquency and to support youth involved in the juvenile justice system. The Office worked closes with federal, state, local, and Tribal partners to protect children from abuse, exploitation, abduction, and violence. OJJDP distributed nearly $344 million in fiscal year 2021 to fund mentoring initiatives, children's advocacy centers, gang prevention programs, drug treatment courts, and other activities aimed at building positive pathways for youth. This report provides an overview of OJJDP's work and the programs and activities the Office supported.
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