HSM 240 Week 8 CheckPoint

HSM 240 Week 8 CheckPoint - a private not for profit agency...

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HSM 240 Week 8 CheckPoint: Private Funds The Carolina Youth Development Center is a program for runaway and homeless youth. They have several designated Safe Place Sites that youth who ran away from home due to abuse, neglect, or abandoned by their families. They have also added a component that allows them to accept young people suffering from emotional disorders. This agency provides a home-like setting with ten residential and outreach facilities that offer intense counseling, therapy, treatment, and educational programs. Another program provided by this organization is the Big Brothers Big Sisters program that provides adult role models to children of single-parent families. They provide opportunities for children to transition to adulthood, job training, and opportunities for obtaining their GED This agency is
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Unformatted text preview: a private not for profit agency that is funded mainly through donations, private sponsors, and fundraising programs. This program also receives funds from the Andrus Family Fund which is a grant making program that offers funding to non-profit organizations that provide transition services for individuals in foster care and those that address community problems, conflicts, or injustices. This agency must continue to receive donations and grants in order to continue to exist since they are a non-profit organization and do not receive any public funding. This agency is able to exist through the donations, grant money, and because of many volunteers. Reference: Carolina Youth Development Center http://www.cydc.org/about/...
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2010 for the course HSM HSM 240 taught by Professor Plummer during the Fall '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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