CCPYDC would like to congratulate its graduating high school student representatives, Sarah-Filippi-Field and Tyler Kott! Sarah Filippi-Field, who has served on the Coalition for two years, recently graduated from Vineland High School. She worked with Read more…
The Cumberland County Positive Youth Development Coalition (CCPYDC) is New Jersey’s first county-wide juvenile delinquency prevention effort funded by the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office and Cumberland County Freeholders. In 2009, CCPYDC started in Vineland but has since expanded to Bridgeton, Millville, and other communities in the county.
The mission of CCPYDC is to promote positive youth development across Cumberland County.
CCPYDC brings together 150 members from 85 organizations representing education, law enforcement, social services, faith-based institutions, and youth-serving organizations.
CCPYDC has two goals: 1.) Reduce juvenile delinquency and entrance into the criminal justice system, and 2.) To improve outcomes for Cumberland County youth.
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Technical support for CCPYDC is provided by
Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs at Rutgers University-Camden.