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Name of the Organization
City of New Haven Youth Services Department
Contact Person
Caprice
Contact phone
203946-8965
E-mail
youthservicesdirector@gmail.com
Website
http://cityofnewhaven.com
Interest
Early Childhood, Youth, Career Assistance, Health, Education, Financial Literacy, Advocacy, Arts
Description Interest
City's Youth Services Department seeks to strengthen existing initiatives and to increase access for New Haven youth into programs addressing three key areas, that allow youth to function and contribute to society: Professional Development, Academic Success, and supporting youth in making Healthy Choices while living in Healthy Communities

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At 3:29pm on February 15, 2012, Lee Cruz said…

Caprice,

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