Funding: Archives 2014 & Earlier

Federal Youth Budget 2012

 

Agency/Program

2009 Enacted

2012 Enacted

Agriculture

 

 

Child Nutrition Programs

$15 b

$18.2 b

Women, Infants & Children Program

$6.9 b

$6.6 b

Education

 

 

21st Century Community Learning Centers

$1.1 b

$1.1 b

Education for Homeless Children and Youth

$65 m

$65.3 m

Education for the Disadvantaged

$15.8 b

$15.8 b

Neglected and Delinquent Youth

$50 m

$50.3 m

Mental Health Integration Grants

$5.9 m

 

GEAR UP College Prep Program

$313.2 m

$302.8 m

Improving Teacher Quality

$2.9 b

$2.4 b

Incarcerated Youth (State Grants)

$17.2 m

X

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

$12.6 b

$12.6 b

Pell Grants

$19.4 b

$22.8 b

Promise Neighborhoods

X

$60 m

Ready to Learn

$25.4 m

$27.2 m

Safe Schools and Citizenship Education

X

$256.2 m

    Elementary and Secondary School Counseling

X

$52.4 m

Safe & Drug-Free Schools (State)

$294.8 m

X

Safe & Drug-Free Schools (National)

$220.2 m

X

Alcohol Abuse Reduction

$32.7 m

X

 Mentoring

$48.5 m

X

TRIO (Upward Bound/Talent Search, etc.)

$905.1 m

$841.5 m

 Health and Human Services

 

 

Abstinence Education

$50 m

$5 m

Community-Based Abstinence Education Program

$94.6 m

X

Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative

X

$104.8 m

Teen Pregnancy/Abstinence Evaluations

X

$4 m

Unaccompanied Alien Children

$218.5 m

$169 m

Adolescent Family Life

$30 m

X

Adoption Incentives, Opportunities and Awareness

$75.7 m

$89.2 m

Community Services Block Grant

$700 m

$713.6 m

Mental Health Services

$932.7 m

$934.9 m

   Youth Violence Prevention

X

$23.2 m

   Children and Family Programs

X

$6.5 m

   National Traumatic Stress Network

X

$45.8 m

   Youth Suicide Prevention

X

$34.8 m

Children’s Mental Health

$108.3 m

$117.8 m

Substance Abuse Prevention Programs

$201 m

$186.4 m

Substance Abuse Treatment Block Grants

$1.8 b

$1.7 b

Chafee Independent Living

$140 m

$140 m

Chafee Education and Training Vouchers

$45.3 m

$45.3 m

Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment (state, discretionary, community-based grants)

$109.8 m

$93.9 m

Child Care and Development Block Grant

$2.2 b

$2.3 b

Child Support Enforcement and Family Support

$3.8 b

$3.5 b

Child Welfare Services and Training

$288.9 m

$307.3 m

Compassion Capital Fund

$47.7 m

X

Home Visitation

$13.5 m

$350 m

Family Planning

$307.4 m

$297.4 m

Foster Care and Adoption Assistance

$6.7 b

$6.8 b

Head Start

$7.1 b

$7.98 b

Healthy Marriages and Responsible Fatherhood

$150 m

X

Kinship Guardians

$13 m

$80 m

Maternal and Child Health Block Grant

$662.1 m

$863.6 m

Mentoring Children of Prisoners

$49.3 m

X

Promoting Safe and Stable Families

$63.3 m

$63.2 m

Runaway and Homeless Youth

$114.4 m

$115.4 m

Social Services Block Grant

$1.7 b

$1.7 b

Justice

 

 

Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grants

$546 m

$470 m

Byrne Discretionary and Competitive Grants

$208.5 m

$15 m

Second Chance Act

$40 m

$63 m

Drug Courts (including family drug courts)

$40 m

$35 m

Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

$374 m

$262.5 m

 Challenge Grants (Demonstration Projects)

$82 m

X

 Formula Grants

$75 m

$40 m

 Incentive/Delinquency Prevention Grants

$62 m

$20 m

Tribal Youth

$25 m

$10 m

Gang Prevention

$10 m

$5 m

Alcohol Prevention

$25 m

$5 m

 Juvenile Accountability Block Grants

$55 m

$30 m

 Community-Based Violence Prevention

X

$8 m

 Mentoring

$80 m

$78 m

 Victims of Child Abuse

$20 m

$18 m

Missing Children/Child Exploitation

$137 m

$65 m

Violence Against Women Act

$415 m

$412.5 m

Court Appointed Special Advocates

$15 m

$4.5 m

Labor

 

 

Job Corps

$1.7 b

$1.7 b

Youth Build

$70 m

$80 m

Young Ex-Offenders

X

$20 m

Second Chance Act

$88.5 m

$80.3 m

Youth Training (Workforce Investment Act)

$924 m

$826 m

Independent Agencies

 

 

Corporation for National and Community Service

$889.9 m

$1.05 b

   AmeriCorps

$271.2 m

$345 m

  Learn and Serve America

$37.5 m

X

  National Civilian Community Corps

$27.5 m

$31.9 m

  Foster Grandparents

$109 m

$110 m

m = Million

b = Billion

X = Program did not exist or was not funded

 

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