Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.’s office is making $19 million in grant funding available for organizations to create programs to divert low-level offenders from prosecution, provide services to youths aging out of the foster system and provide jobs for at-risk youth and former prisoners.

According to a release from Vance’s office, $6.5 million will be provided over three-and-a-half years for the diversionary program and applicants are being asked to submit proposals for programs that are specifically tailored to young adults or programs that can apply to the entire adult population.

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