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Some grass-roots programs in inner cities

Adopt-A-Family Los Angeles; a self-help, role model network Adopt-A-Family West Hyattsville, Md.; part of Lincoln Temple Congregational Church's Parents and Youth on Family Functioning program (PAYOFF) Amos Student Assistance Program Washington; study hall and counseling for high school students Bank Street College New York; basic skills training for young adults Christian Research & Development Newark, N.J.; family counseling and community outreach City Lights Washinton, D.C.; alternative education for youths in crisis College Here We Come Washington; preparation and application assistance for college-bound youth Community Service Council of Greater Harlem New York; job and education training, counseling, and community enhancement Community Volunteer Corps New York; youth jobs program Community Youth Gang Service Los Angeles; mediation, intervention, and gang counseling E.L.I.T.E. Detroit; Basic skills and literacy training for single mothers Focus: HOPE Detroit; high-tech training and job program serving the unemployed Homes for Black Children Detroit; family preservation counseling and adoption agency Rheedlan Foundation New York; truancy prevention and counseling with special attention to ages 6-12 Sisterhood of Black Single Mothers Brooklyn, N.Y.; comprehensive life management and support program for single mothers Teen Fathers Program Cleveland; program encouraging parental responsibility Uhuru House Los Angeles; a residential drug rehabilitation program Young Entrepreneurs Camden, N.J.; youth-training in business skills Youth Action Program New York; after-school leadership program for civic awareness and community enhancement

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