Capital funding for the renovation of three houses in high-risk communities for persons recovering from substance abuse.
For the purchase of a house in Baltimore City to use as a residential group home for eight at-risk boys. The residential program includes an educational component.
In support of the Bon Secours Youth Employment and Career Development Project. The program assists high school students to obtain after school employment and plan for their future careers, and provides formal training sessions in financial literacy, leadership, and post-high school education planning.
Toward planning and implementation of programmatic scaleup, sustainability initiatives and a feasibility study of a potential relocation to the BioPark area in East Baltimore.
For a feasibility study of the proposed merger of the Baltimore Substance Abuse Systems and the Baltimore Mental Health Systems.
To purchase in-car video camera equipment for 50 police vehicles. The purpose of this initiative is to promote officer safety, at the same time, realize more effective criminal investigations and arrests.
For the purchase of information technology equipment for support of the Police Court Liaison Program. The installation of a computerized system will enable electronic transfer of summonses and provide a scheduling matrix and 24-hour hotline.
In support of the planning and development of the Recruitment Initiative, designed to attract qualified candidates for Baltimore City's police force.
For an evaluation of the effectiveness of the Baltimore City Early Disposition Court. The court was established in 2000 to reduce the backlog of cases in the criminal courts. It was established to handle criminal defendants charged with misdemeanors who are eligible for release on their own recognizance.
Two grants to provide gap funding for non-reimbursable breakfasts for the Universal Breakfast Program in classrooms in seven schools during the 2001-2002 school year. The program is part of an ongoing study to determine the long-term effects of students' participation in breakfast in the classroom (as opposed to the cafeteria) on attendance, tardiness, incidence of disciplinary action, academic achievement and the Maryland State Performance and Assessment Program.