United States Attorney’S Office, Through The Department Of Justice Project Safe Neighborhoods Program, Funds The Tenderloin Community Benefit District’S New Youth Voice Program In San Francisco’S Tenderloin Neighborhood
SAN FRANCISCO (STL.News) Acting U.S. Attorney Stephanie M. Hinds is proud to join the Tenderloin Community Benefit District in announcing the launch of the Youth Voice Program, funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice Project Safe Neighborhoods program and provided through the United States Attorney’s Office. The Youth Voice Program is a new youth-focused initiative designed to bring together community programs and organizations to center Tenderloin youth on positive change through collective impact.
“I am pleased to support the work done in the Tenderloin through the Tenderloin Community Benefit District,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Stephanie M. Hinds. “My office is dedicated to improving public safety and preventing violence and other crimes in the Tenderloin neighborhood. The funds provided to the Tenderloin Community Benefit District, and other organizations elsewhere in our district, reflect the Department of Justice’s continuing commitment to support youth and other programs designed to improve communities and in turn to decrease crime.”
This work is made possible by a U.S. Department of Justice Project Safe Neighborhoods grant, and is provided through the United States Attorney’s Office, Northern District of California.