April 22nd, 2014 - Important Juvenile Justice Providers Association Mtg: TUES, April 22nd 12-2pm @CJCJ- free prkg & refreshments

Juvenile Justice

Providers Association

San Francisco-based membership association of community-based

experts serving youth and families involved in the juvenile justice system.

 Please Forward this invite  to your juvenile justice/violence prevention colleagues…

 
*YOU’RE INVITED*
JJPA GENERAL MEETING
12-2 pm
@CJCJ 40 Boardman Street
Free parking on Bryant Street (From Boardman st. – 6th Street)
*Refreshments Provided*
AGENDA ITEMS
 
     12-1 JJPA BUSINESS
  • Check-in and re-calibrating: Update since last mtg in November. Review membership/structure. Goals and activities for this quarter May-July.Next mtg. dates. (Discussion & possible action)
  • DCYF’s shift toward City Departments centralizing their efforts and their invitation to JJPA to participate (Discussion & possible action)
  • Judicial Reentry Courts have requested meeting/presentation from CBOs on continuum of care services available to youth. (Discussion & possible action)


      1-2 Mayor’s Office of Housing & Community Development  FOCUS GROUP

MOHCD is conducting focus groups at various standing collaborative meetings and have asked to come to JJPA to gather Service Provider feedback on their strategy development for the next 5 years of HUD funding.

·         The City is developing its next 5 Year Strategic Plan for federal funding from the Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD). 

·         The City receives approximately $30 million each year through HUD’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), Home Investment Partnership (HOME) and Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) programs.  

·         These funds are administered through the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD) and the Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD).

·         The 2015-20 Strategic Plan will be the City’s application for these funds, and a planning document for San Francisco’s community development and affordable housing activities.  Stakeholder input is an important element of developing this plan, and we appreciate your time and input.


Juvenile Justice Providers Association
SFJJPA@Gmail.com

JJPA MEMBERS: Asian Law Caucus, Arriba Juntos- CRN Collaborative, Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center, Boys & Girls Clubs of  SF, Catholic Charities/CYO, Huckleberry Youth Services- CARC, CARECEN,  CJCJ, CYC, Each One Reach One, HOMEY, Instituto Familiar de La Raza, Mission Neighborhood Centers, Sunset Youth Services, UCSF/ Wraparound Project, Urban Services YMCA, United Playaz,  Youth Justice Institute