Resilience OC

The Status of Youth Investment in Santa Ana

Download the new report on new data that estimates how much the City of Santa Ana spends to arrest and suppress youth ages 0-19 rather than provide youth programming that supports healthy youth development.  The data finds that in 2017, the City of Santa Ana will spend $19.55 million on arresting youth, while only spending $15.3 million on city-sponsored youth development programs. In Santa Ana, city resources allocated towards healthy youth development are limited to workforce development, the library, and programming provided by the department of parks and recreation. Find the report and the budget analysis below.

Status of Youth Investment in Santa Ana by Resilience Orange County on Scribd

AP SA Budget Analysis – Status of Youth Investment in O.C. 2017 (1) by Resilience Orange County

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Resilience Orange County is an organization that was created in 2016 out of the merging of two established organizations RAIZ (Resistencia Autonomia Igualdad y lideraZgo) and Santa Ana Boys and Men of Color.

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