Exhibit 7
Concentration of Federal Efforts in Delinquency Prevention Programs

Action Plan Objectives/
Priority Issue Areas Identified by Coordinating Council
Program Description Cooperating Agencies Enhanced Research & Evaluation Youth with Special Needs Youth Victimization, Child Abuse and Neglect Guns, Drugs, and Gangs Information Dissemination/
Public Outreach Campaigns
David Olds Nurse Home Visitation Program -- Prenatal and early childhood home-visitation program for low-income, first-time mothers (includes an impact evaluation) OJJDP, Executive Office of Weed and Seed, Department of Health & Human Services X   X    
Diffusion of State Risk- and Protective-Factor Focused Prevention -- Multi-year evaluation study of the history of the adoption, implementation, and effects of the public health approach to prevention, focusing on risk and protective factors for substance abuse OJJDP, National Institute on Drug Abuse X     X  
Early Alliance -- Research study designed to promote positive development and reduce risk for adverse outcomes in children attending schools located in lower socio-economic neighborhoods OJJDP, National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institute of Mental Health, Centers for Disease Control X X X X  
Evaluation of the Quantum Opportunities Program -- Impact evaluation of a career enrichment program for inner city youth that provides basic education, personal and cultural development, community service, and mentoring OJJDP, U.S. Department of Labor X     X  
Interagency Programs on Mental Health and Juvenile Justice -- Support of on-going programs, consistent with OJJDP funding priorities, for at-risk youth in the mental health area OJJDP, Center for Mental Health Services, National Institute of Corrections, National Institute of Mental Health   X      
Investing in Youth for a Safer Future -- Support of the National Crime Prevention Council's ad campaign aimed at informing the public of effective solutions to juvenile crime OJJDP, National Crime Prevention Council, Bureau of Justice Assistance X   X X X
Multisite, Multimodal Treatment Study of Children with ADHD -- Enhancement and expansion of a 1992 study of medical, behavioral, and educational treatment for children with ADHD OJJDP, National Institute of Mental Health X X      
Partners in Prevention and Treatment of Youth Violence -- Training for State child-serving systems on the development of comprehensive plans to enhance violence prevention and intervention services for youth and their families OJJDP, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, Center for Mental Health Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Department of Education   X X X X
Ounce of Prevention -- Support for the enhancement of grassroots, community-based, youth-led substance abuse prevention activities (includes a process and impact evaluation) OJJDP, President's Crime Prevention Council X     X  
Race Against Drugs -- A unique drug awareness, education, and prevention campaign implemented with assistance from 23 motor sports organizations OJJDP, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. Department of Navy       X X
Safe Kids/Safe Streets: Community Approaches to Reducing Abuse and Neglect and Preventing Delinquency -- Program designed to break the cycle of child and adolescent abuse and neglect through system reform and accountability, development of a continuum of services, and prevention education/information. OJJDP, Executive Office of Weed and Seed, Violence Against Women Grants Office, Bureau of Justice Assistance, National Institute of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime     X X  
Safe Start: Child Development-Community Policing (CD-CP) -- Training and technical assistance to replicate the CD-CP program nationwide, a child-centered, community policing model that combines information on child development with community policing OJJDP, Violence Against Women Grants Office, Office for Victims of Crime   X X X X
Strengthening Services for Chemically-Involved Children, Youth, and Families -- Training for child welfare professionals to address the multiple needs of families with alcohol and other drug problems through collaboration with other child-focused agencies, organizations, and service providers OJJDP, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Child Welfare League of America   X X X X

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1997 Report to Congress: Title V Incentive Grants for Local Delinquency Prevention Programs