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The Courier-Journal, Programs to help at-risk youths get funding

Date Published: 8/27/2014

Up to 500 Louisville youths involved in the juvenile justice system may be in line for help in getting back on the right path, Mayor Greg Fischer said Wednesday.

He announced that two new programs — Right Turn and Right Turn 2.0 — are receiving two federal grants totaling $2.25 million over three years. They are an effort of KentuckianaWorks, the area workforce agency that administers government-funded labor programs. It is run by the Greater Louisville’s Workforce Investment Board.

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