Monterey County Received $2.8 Million for a Comprehensive Approach to Address Youth Violence in Salinas: The Monterey County Office of Education, school districts, and community partners are striving to overcome the pervasive problem of youth violence. 

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MCOE Received $2.8 Million for a Comprehensive Approach to Address Youth Violence in Salinas

MCOE Received $2.8 Million for a Comprehensive Approach to Address Youth Violence in Salinas

Saturday, Nov 1, 2014

Monterey County Received $2.8 Million for a Comprehensive Approach to Address Youth Violence in Salinas: The Monterey County Office of Education, school districts, and community partners are striving to overcome the pervasive problem of youth violence. This requires getting to the root of the problem with a proven and coherent approach to prevention, intervention and community engagement.