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Overview of Funding

The District Heights Family & Youth Services Center is pleased to work in accordance with a diverse group of funders. With their support, we will continue to ensure effective, community-based programs for our citizens and the communities in which they reside.

The Youth Services Bureau is a state and local partnership, with funding provided by the City of District Heights and the State of Maryland’s Governor’s Office of Children. The state funding is facilitated and monitored by the Prince George’s County Department of Family Services, Administration for Children, Youth and Families, also known as the Local Management Board (LMB).

The Children In Need of Supervision Program (CINS) is funded by the Department of Juvenile Service and the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention, while the Visionary Youth project is funded by Prince George’s County Housing and Community Development Department through the Community Development Block Grant program.

The State of Maryland’s Department of Juvenile Services provided one-half of the funding for our trailer procurement project, in partnership with the City of District Heights.

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ANGER MANAGEMENT GROUP

ATTENTION PARENTS/GUARDIANS

District Heights Family & Youth Services Bureau is now accepting names for an upcoming “Anger Management Group”.  The group is open to youth between the ages of 13-18, …

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  • NLC Service Line Warranty Program

    The City of District Heights is notifying residents of a program provided through the National Leauge of Cities (NLC) Service Line Warranty Program administered by Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA). This program offers a warranty to homeowners that covers repairs or replacements of the outside water line that runs from the point of utility responsibility to the home. Property owners are accountable for these repairs, not the utility.

    For more information on this program or to enroll, please visit SLWA's site at www.SLWofA.com.

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