Hudson County Commissioners Get $1.1 Million State Grant For Youth Services Programs

The Hudson County Board of Commissioners has received a $1,150,157 grant from the New Jersey Department of Health & Human Services Youth Services Commission.  

The 2022 Grant is administered through the County of Hudson and it is awarded to providers that serve Hudson County Juveniles who are at risk and / or involved with the family court system.  It permits county government to support a broad range of activities pertaining to all sorts of issues.

The following organizations will receive funding for their programs: Guazabara Insights, Violence Prevention Program, $30,000, Guazabara Insights, Community Based Mentoring Program, $85,230, Hudson County Department of Corrections, Electronic Monitoring Program, $150,000, State of New Jersey Judiciary, MDT, $45,000, United Cerebral Palsy of Hudson County, Transportation, $20,000, Carepoint Health Foundation/HUMC, Project Impact, $180,000, Carepoint Health Foundation, Youth Comprehensive Treatment, $90,000, YMCA of Newark & Vicinity, ERC, $261,804, Family Partners of Hudson County, Truancy, $30,000, North Bergen Board of Education, Restorative Community Services, $50,000, Haven Adolescent Community Respite Center, Stationhouse Adjustment Program, $75,000, Administration, $133,123, totaling $1,150,157.

The term of the grant will run through December 31, 2022.

Board Chairman Anthony Vainieri and the Hudson County Board of Commissioners are committed to providing these necessary resources to assist providers that serve juveniles that are at risk or involved within the family court system.