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WFPL Radio, Louisville's 'Right Turn' Program Hopes To Mentor 500 At-Risk Youth

By Devin Katayama
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Date Published: 8/27/2014

Louisville is creating a new grant-funded program to help at-risk youth who've been in the juvenile justice system or who have mental or health issues, Mayor Greg Fischer and Congressman John Yarmuth announced Wednesday.

Louisville youth, ages 16 to 19, will be referred to the program through agencies and non-profits and will receive career advice, job training and help with meeting personal goals, according to a city news release.

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