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					                  STATE OF FLORIDA
           DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE

             Office of Prevention and Victim Services




          Delinquency Prevention
    Concept Paper Instructions and Forms


                      Fiscal Year 2008-2009
            Programs to operate July 1, 2008 – June 30, 2009

            Concept Papers are Due to the address below by:
             5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time) (EST)
                         November 30, 2007

                   Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
                   Office of Prevention & Victim Services
                     2737 Centerview Drive, Suite 2112
                      Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3100



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                                       Table of Contents


GRANT OVERVIEW AND GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS                                                  3-7
  Introduction                                                                           3
  Funding Availability Announcement                                                      4
  Eligible Applicants                                                                    4
  Source of Funding                                                                      4
  Invest in Children License Plates                                                      4
  Community Partnership                                                                  4
  Grant Application Amounts                                                              4
  Funding Period                                                                         5
  Match Funding Requirements                                                             5
  Target Population                                                                      5
  Neighborhood Targeting                                                                 5
  Parental Engagement/Involvement                                                        5
  Responsiveness to Cultural and Gender Specific Competencies                            5
  Model Programs and Evidence-Based Prevention Strategies                                5-6
  My Florida Marketplace                                                                 6
  Concept Paper Due Date                                                                 7




CONCEPT PAPER INSTRUCTIONS                                                               7-9
  Concept Paper Submission Guidelines                                                    7
  Section A – Format and Content                                                         7
           1. The Concept Paper                                                          7
           2. Program Description and Supporting Information                             7
           3. Project Description including Goals, Objectives and Strategies             8
           4. Collaborative Partners                                                     8
           5. Budget Summary                                                             8-9
           6. Timeline                                                                   9




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Attachment A – Concept Paper Cover Sheet (Must be signed in BLUE ink.)                  10

Attachment B – Budget Summary                                                           11

Attachment C – Timeline                                                                 12

Attachment D – Prevention Grant Application Process & Timeline                          13

Attachment E - Delinquency Prevention Specialist List of Circuits and Counties          14

Reference Supplement 1 - Zip Code List by County                                        15 - 23

Reference Supplement 2 - Risk Factors and Indicators by Domain                          24 - 26

Reference Supplement 3 - County Allocation List                                         27

Introduction

The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice’s (DJJ) Office of Prevention and Victim
Services (OPVS) announces the availability of delinquency prevention grant funding for
fiscal year 2008-2009. A concept paper outlining your proposal is requested for programs
and services designed to prevent juvenile delinquency among children served. If an
applicant wishes to serve multiple counties, then a separate and distinct concept paper and
budget for each county must be submitted. The OPVS is committed to providing effective
delinquency prevention programs and services that strengthen families and turn around
the lives of troubled youth. One way we do this is through partnerships with quality
programs provided by our valued grantees. We appreciate the dedication of these service
providers who work diligently for our children and their families.

The OPVS will emphasize five primary areas of service in awarding our 2008-2009
delinquency prevention grants. The proposed program must address at least one of the
following areas:

           1. Reduce school related referrals and enhance school attendance;
           2. Prevent or reduce violence;
           3. Engage children in productive and wholesome activities during non-school
              hours;
           4. Provide children with skills needed to find meaningful employment, which
              may include help in finding suitable employment;
           5. Address minority over-representation in the Juvenile Justice System.

The following is the fiscal year 2008-2009 delinquency prevention Concept Paper. Please
follow all instructions, and attach all required supporting documents.

Please plan to attend one of the three Regional Trainings. The trainings will assist each
applicant in completing, clarifying, and resolving any questions.       Call your local
Delinquency Prevention Specialist for more information. A staff listing is included as
Attachment A.

           North (Tallahassee) Training – October 29, 2007
           Central (Orlando) Training – October 31, 2007
           South (Miami-Dade) Training – November 2, 2007

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Funding Availability Announcement

The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Office of Prevention and Victim Services,
announces the availability of delinquency prevention grant funding for fiscal year 2008-
2009. Concept papers are requested for programs and services designed to prevent juvenile
delinquency among youth served during the program’s operation in fiscal year 2008-2009.
Concept papers should be drafted to serve a single county. If an applicant wishes to serve
multiple counties, then a separate and distinct concept paper and budget for each county
must be submitted.

Eligible Applicants

Eligible applicants are community-based not-for-profit organizations, divisions of local
government, local law enforcement agencies, faith-based organizations and for-profit
companies.1

Source of Funding

Funding for delinquency prevention grants is received annually from two trust funds within
the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice: Juvenile Crime Prevention and Early
Intervention Trust Fund and Grants and Donations Trust Fund.

Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles “Invest in Children”
License Plates

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles collects an annual fee of
$20.00 above the regular cost for each Invest in Children specialty tag sold. These funds
are deposited into the Department of Juvenile Justice’s Crime Prevention and Early
Intervention Trust Fund. The proceeds from these fees fund programs and services
designed to prevent juvenile delinquency. The Invest in Children specialty tag funds are
allocated to each county based on the number of tags sold in each county.

Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Community Partnership

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles collects a surcharge fee of
$1.00 annually on each license tax imposed under Section 320.08, Florida Statutes. Forty-
two percent of each $1.00 collected ($0.42) is deposited into DJJ’s Grants and Donations
Trust Fund to fund the community juvenile justice partnership grants program. Funds
collected from the surcharge fee are allocated to each county based on the county’s
proportionate share.

Grant Application Amounts

The grant application proposals for fiscal year 2008-2009 should range between a minimum
of $40,000 and a maximum of $100,000. Please refer to the county allocation list in
Supplement 3. The Concept Paper request should not exceed the total allocated amount for
the county.

1Pursuant to section 985.404(3), Florida Statutes (2001), the Department intends that, whenever possible and
reasonable, it will make every effort to consider faith-based organizations on an equal basis with other private
organizations when selecting contract providers of services to juveniles.

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Funding Period

Grant-funded delinquency prevention programs begin operation July 1, 2008 and conclude
operation June 30, 2009. Delinquency prevention grants may be renewed for a maximum of
two (2) years for the same provision of services, contingent upon availability of funds and
program performance. The grant agreement prohibits the reimbursement of expenditures
incurred prior to the date the grant agreement is executed (i.e., signed by the program and
DJJ).

Match Funding Requirements

Match contributions must directly relate to the proposed program. State and Federal funds
cannot be used as a match source. Private funds that are used as a matching obligation for
other state or federal projects are also not eligible to be used as a match for this program.

State grant-funded programs require a 20% local match.

Target Population

The proposed programs and services should address children who are most likely to become
involved in the juvenile justice system as determined by an assessment that indicates the
children have multiple risk factors present in their lives. The Florida Department of
Juvenile Justice will provide an approved risk assessment tool.

Neighborhood Targeting

The proposal should indicate the extent to which it will target neighborhoods or
communities with high numbers of delinquency referrals (as identified by zip codes) and/or
schools serving children from high delinquency neighborhoods. At least 70% of the children
served should reside primarily in neighborhoods with high numbers of delinquency
referrals. Example identified in Reference Supplement 1.

Parental Engagement/Involvement

Programs should focus on maintaining and strengthening the family as a whole so that
children may remain in their homes and communities. The concept paper should indicate
how the program will engage and work with parents, families, caregivers and other key
support networks.

Responsiveness to Cultural and Gender-Specific Competencies

If applicable to the proposal, please indicate how the program will address and be
responsive to the individual strengths, needs, backgrounds and interests of children from
different cultures or a targeted gender group.

Model Programs and Evidence-Based Prevention Strategies

Applicants are required to implement either a model program, or evidence-based prevention
strategies that are proven based on research or evaluation that provides evidence that the



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programs used prevent or reduce drug use, violence, or disruptive behavior among youth.
Programs and strategies selected must provide direct services to the youth served.

The following websites can help identify model programs or evidence-based prevention
strategies:

          http://www.colorado.edu/cspv/blueprints/index.html

          http://www.dsgonline.com/mpg2.5/mpg_index.htm

          http://www.pavnet.org/

          http://captus.samhsa.gov/home.cfm

          http://www.modelprograms.samhsa.gov/

The following website can help identify evidence-based prevention strategies:

          http://www.unf.edu/dept/fie/sdfs/strategies/

The Model Program Inventory provides a list of programs that meet the United States
Department of Education's Principles of Effectiveness requirements as outlined in the No
Child Left Behind Act of 2001. When applied, the Principles assure that programs used
have the best chance of success.        The Program Inventory is not intended to be
comprehensive; rather it is a compilation of the results of several major reviews by qualified
institutions. Other programs exist that have been shown to reduce violence, substance
abuse and juvenile delinquency.

The programs are divided into several different sections including substance abuse and
violence prevention, character education, discipline, gang prevention, mentoring,
parent/family involvement and interventions for at-risk youth. Many fall into more than
one category and are included in the area that appears to be the main focus of the program.
The Evidence-based Prevention Strategies have the appropriate components for successful
prevention and are made up of strategies that have been found effective in previous
research and are highly recommended by prevention experts. If a model program is not
listed on a university website, research documents must be submitted.

MyFloridaMarketPlace

The State of Florida, through the Department of Management Services, has instituted
MyFloridaMarketPlace, a statewide eProcurement system. MyFloridaMarketPlace system
is the centralized source of procurement information for the Florida business community,
and the standard system used to conduct business with the State. Prior to receiving a grant
from the Department, the selected Provider(s) must be registered with Florida Department
of Management Services (DMS) Vendor Registration System. To access online registration,
log on to www.myflorida.com, and click on the “MyFloridaMarketPlace-Pro Hot Topics.”
Once on the “MyFloridaMarketPlace” website, click on the “Online Vendor Registration”
link to begin registration. When prompted, select the 913-180 commodities class/group
code. Grant applicants will need to register in order to properly complete the concept paper
and application.




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Concept Paper Due Date

Concept papers are due no later than November 30, 2007, 5:00 PM (EST). The concept
paper will be scored and applicants will be selected based on those scores. The applicants
will be notified of their selection and invited to complete the full grant application.



                                Concept Paper Format
                     Concept Paper Submission Guidelines
Concept papers are an extremely important part of the application process because they
enable DJJ to learn the program areas of primary interest to potential applicants and to
explore innovative ideas without imposing heavy burdens on prospective applicants. The
use of concept papers also permits us to better project the nature and amount of grant
awards.

           A. Format and Content

All concept papers should include a cover sheet and a program narrative that includes the
problem description. Additionally, the project must be described and include an overview of
project goals, objectives and strategies. Include the collaborative partners that are
essential to your program. Additionally, a preliminary budget summary must be included
for each county. The Concept Paper should be 3 to 5 pages in length (excluding
attachments) and stapled. Please do not submit in binders. The original Concept Paper
plus 7 copies must be provided and delivered to the Office of Prevention and Victim
Services. Concept papers should be formatted in 12-point font.

                 1. The Concept Paper

                 The Cover Sheet for the concept paper (Attachment A) shall contain the
                 completed attached form including:

                 Section A Program and County Information

                 Section B Agency Information

                 Section C Certification

                 These sections are attached for your use. (Attachment A). Please sign in
                 BLUE ink.

                 2. Problem Description and Supporting Information

                 Please explain WHY the project is needed and how it will be of benefit.
                 If the project is to be conducted in specific location(s), applicants
                 should discuss the particular needs to be addressed by the project,
                 why those needs are not being met through the use of existing
                 materials, programs, procedures, services or other resources and the
                 benefits that would be realized.


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           3. Project Description including Goals, Objectives and Strategies

           Please describe what will be done if the grant is awarded. Applicants
           should include a summary description of the programming to be
           provided and the approach to be taken including targeted zip codes.
           Describe each service component that will be provided in your
           program.

           If applicable, include an overview of the plan to reduce Minority Over-
           Representation within the Juvenile Justice System.             Also, if
           applicable, provide a description of gender-specific services to be
           provided to a targeted gender group.

           Again, please include in your narrative the source of your innovative
           and effective evidence based proposal. You are required to implement
           either a model program or evidence-based prevention strategies that
           are proven based upon research or evaluation.

           Please describe how the effects and quality of the project will be
           determined. Applicants should include a summary description of how
           the project will be evaluated, including evaluation criteria, in relation
           to the goals and objectives of the project.

           Please describe how the community will learn about your program and
           the services offered. Describe how you will disseminate program
           information and referral forms. Describe how you will market your
           program to serve targeted youth and engage parents. Describe how
           you will share outcomes with community stakeholders.

           4. Collaborative Partners

           Prevention programs should encourage the development of community
           partnerships and support the circuit board’s juvenile justice plan and
           any county council juvenile justice plans that are referred to or
           incorporated in the circuit plan. If collaborative partners are included
           in the Concept Paper proposal, they must detail the partnership
           arrangement and role that each partner will provide. General letters
           of support are not examples of a collaborative partnership.

           DJJ encourages concept paper applicants to attach new letters of
           cooperation and support from related agencies that will be involved in
           or directly affected by the proposed project. The attached letters must
           describe the participation of the agency submitting the letter of
           support/partnership and outline the Collaborative Partner’s
           willingness to provide active and on-going cooperation.

           5. Budget Summary

           The budget shall be outlined on the attached budget format, included
           for your use. (Attachment B) Please make certain the following is
           clearly included and described:

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                         a. Matching funds shall be fully disclosed (may be cash or in-
                            kind contribution).
                         b. Budget items should be clearly stated, reasonable,
                            necessary and justified.

                  6. Timeline

                  Please include a realistic specific timeline. Each timeline shall be
                  outlined on the attached format included for your use. (Attachment C).


Check the Department’s web site regularly for frequent updates.                   Go to
http://www.djj.state.fl.us/, then click on “DJJ Services,” then click on “Prevention and
Victim Services.”

Please deliver the originally signed concept paper proposal, and 7 copies no later than 5:00
p.m. Eastern Standard Time on November 30, 2007.

Please deliver all proposals to:

           Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
           Office of Prevention and Victim Services
           2737 Centerview Drive
           Suite 2112
           Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3100

The Department will not accept proposals submitted by electronic mail or by facsimile
machine.

If packages are delivered via private courier (e.g., FedEx, DSL, UPS) the telephone number
for the Office of Prevention and Victim Services is 850-488-3302. It is the responsibility of
the applicant to ensure that the Department receives deliveries, by the deadline date and
time.

Subsequently, for Notified Selected Applicants Only

Proposals receiving an average score of 75% or higher will be submitted in priority order
and may be invited to complete a full application. The full application will be distributed
via electronic mail.




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                                            ATTACHMENT A
                                      CONCEPT PAPER COVER SHEET
          SECTION A. PROGRAM INFORMATION

1. Program Name                                                           2. Program Physical Address




3. Mailing Address for Program Correspondence                             4. Program Director’s Name & Salutation        Mr.    Ms.   Mrs.
                                                                          Dr.


5. City, State, Zip                                                       6. E-mail Address




7. Amount of Grant Funds Requested/County of Operation                    8. Program Director’s Area Code, Telephone Number & Extension




          SECTION B. AGENCY INFORMATION

1. Agency Name                                                            2. Street Address


3. Chief Executive Officer Name & Salutation      Mr.    Ms.    Mrs.      4. Formal title of Chief Executive Officer
Dr.

5. Mailing Address                                                        6. City, State

7. Zip Code (Mailing)                                                     8. Area Code, Telephone Number & Extension of CEO

9. Area Code & Fax Number                                                 10. E-mail address

11. Federal Identification Number                                         12. My Florida Marketplace Sequence Number

13. Agency Status (check one)       15. If government:                    16. If not-for-profit – primary focus   17. Faith-based organization?
   Public Sector (Government)          Municipality                          Education                               Yes
   Private Sector                      County                                Social Services                         No
14. If private sector                  Law enforcement                       Other (Please Identify)
   For-Profit                          School
   Not-for-profit                      Other
18. Name of Fiscal Officer                                                19. Fiscal Officer’s Area Code, Telephone Number & Extension

20. Name of Fiscal Agency, if not Applicant

21. Mailing Address for Fiscal Agent, if not Applicant




          SECTION C. CERTIFICATION

          I certify that all facts, figures, and representations made in the application are true and correct.
          Please sign in blue ink.


                      Name of Authorized Official                                              Authorized Official’s Title


                  Authorized Official’s Signature                                                           Date
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                                     ATTACHMENT B
BUDGET SUMMARY. What are your program costs?


                  Column A                      Column B            Column C        Column D
               Budget Category                   Grant Funds       Local Match      Total Program
                                                  Requested        Contribution        Budget
  Personnel (Salaries & Benefits)
   Contracted Staff/Services
   Equipment ($1000 or more)
   Property ($999 or less)
   Consumable Materials &           Supplies/
  Postage / Printing & Copying
   Educational Trips (Match only)                              0

   Rent/Telephone/Utilities
   Training/Seminars
   Staff Travel
   Background Screenings
   Other
   TOTAL



For each category in Column C above, name the source of your cash or in-kind contributions
that make up your local match. Please refer to instructions for match requirements.


                Budget Category                 Source of Local Match Contribution (Column C)
     Personnel (Salaries & Benefits)
     Contracted Staff/Services
     Equipment ($1000 or more)
     Property ($999 or less)
     Consumable Materials & Supplies /
      Postage / Printing & Copying
     Educational Trips
     Rent/Telephone/Utilities
     Training/Seminars
     Staff Travel
     Background Screenings



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                                      ATTACHMENT C
Timeline. Please add or edit activities as necessary.


Activity
                             Month:   Jul   Aug   Sep       Oct   Nov   Dec   Jan   Feb   Mar   Apr   May   Jun

Program planning
Recruit/hire/train program staff
Recruiting referrals
Admit youth to program
Provide services to youth
Program Evaluation
Collect data for quarterly
reports
Collect program-specific data for
evaluation
Participate at Juvenile Justice
Board and Council meetings




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                                    ATTACHMENT D
                         Prevention Grant Application Process and Timeline

                           Office of Prevention and Victim Services announces grant-funding
     October 2, 2007       availability during Bi-Annual Juvenile Justice Board and Council Chair
                           Meeting.
                           Office of Prevention and Victim Services Post Grant Concept Paper and
    October 15, 2007
                           Instructions on website.
   October 29 – North      Regional Grant Training for potential Concept Paper applicants.
  October 31 – Central
  November 2 – South
                           Grant Training presentation posted on Department of Juvenile Justice
                           internet website.
    November 5, 2007
                           Post Question and Answer section on the Department of Juvenile Justice
                           internet website for Concept Paper.
   November 2 - HQ
  November 5 - North       Training conducted for Juvenile Justice Circuit Board and County
  November 7 - Central     Council Grant Review Committees.
  November 9 - South
                           Concept Papers due by 5pm EST to the Office of Prevention & Victim
   November 30, 2007
                           Services, Tallahassee, Florida.
                           Concept Papers provided to Juvenile Justice Circuit Board and County
    December 7, 2007       Council Grant Review Committees for review, scoring and
                           recommendations in priority order.
                           Recommendations of Concept Papers due from Juvenile Justice Circuit
    January 18, 2008       Boards are due by 5pm EST to the Office of Prevention & Victim
                           Services, Tallahassee, Florida.

    January 21, 2008       Programmatic and Budget Review of Selected Concept Papers (HQ).

                           Notification to selected Concept Paper Applicants.
    January 31, 2008
                           Disseminate Grant Applications and Terms and Conditions.
                           Prevention Grant Specialists meet with selected applicants.
   February 1-28, 2008
                           Post Questions and Answers regarding Grant Application on the
                           Department of Juvenile Justice internet website.
                           Final Grant Application due 5pm EST to the Office of Prevention &
      March 7, 2008
                           Victim Services, Tallahassee, Florida.
                           Review by Department of Juvenile Justice General Counsel and
     March 31, 2008
                           completion of Florida Single Audit Act forms.

      April 30, 2008       Execution of Grant Application/Terms and Conditions.

       May 1, 2008         Grant Award/Agreement letters mailed.

                           Mandatory - Statewide Training for New State and Federal Grant
     May 22-23, 2008
                           Recipients.
       July 1, 2008        Grant project start date.
                           JJIS Training by Data Integrity Officers and Fiscal Management
 July 1- August 30, 2008
                           Technical Assistance for grant recipients.


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                             ATTACHMENT E
                        Delinquency Prevention Specialists


       Circuits            Counties                       Delinquency Prevention Specialist
                  Bay, Calhoun, Escambia,          Lydia Breaux-Davis
                  Gulf, Holmes, Jackson,           (850) 595-8820, x 231
        1 & 14
                  Okaloosa, Santa Rosa,            lydia.breaux-davis@djj.state.fl.us
                  Walton, Washington
                  Gadsden, Liberty,                Dexter Harrell
                  Franklin, Leon, Wakulla,         (850) 488-3162
                  Jefferson, Taylor,               dexter.harrell@djj.state.fl.us
         2&3
                  Madison, Suwannee,
                  Hamilton, Lafayette,
                  Dixie, Columbia
                  Nassau, Duval, Clay, St.         Mary Jo Marjenhoff
                  Johns, Flagler, Putnam,          (904) 391-3836
         4&7
                  Volusia                          maryjo.marjenhoff@djj.state.fl.us

                  Baker, Union, Bradford,          Becky Linn
                  Gilchrist, Levy, Alachua,        (352) 620-7405, x 227
         5&8
                  Citrus, Marion, Lake,            becky.linn@djj.state.fl.us
                  Sumter
                  Hernando, Pasco,                 Pat McGhee
                  Manatee, Sarasota,               (727) 893-2038
        6 & 12
                  Pinellas, Desoto                 audrey.mcghee@djj.state.fl.us

                  Hardee, Highlands,               C. J. Dublin
                  Hillsborough, Polk               (813) 744-8914
       10 & 13
                                                   cj.dublin@djj.state.fl.us

                  Dade, Monroe                     Marie Boswell
                                                   (305) 654-1962
       11 & 16
                                                   marie.boswell@djj.state.fl.us

                  Brevard, Orange, Osceola,        Marty Reid
                  Seminole                         (407) 445-5354
        9 & 18
                                                   stephen.reid@djj.state.fl.us

                  Indian River, Martin,            Paula Friedrich
                  Okeechobee, Palm Beach,          (772) 460-3683
       15 & 19
                  St. Lucie                        paula.friedrich@djj.state.fl.us

                  Charlotte, Collier, Glades,      Mary Ellen Murphy
                  Hendry, Lee, Broward             (239) 338-2657
       17 & 20
                                                   maryellen.murphy@djj.state.fl.us




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                            Reference Supplement 1
                            Zip Code List by County

The proposed program outlined in this concept paper should primarily serve youth who
reside in communities where most juvenile delinquent youth reside. The following is a list
of the top zip codes for each county as measured by the number of delinquency charges,
youth referred, and the number of youth living in the zip code referred to the Department
for a delinquency offense. For each county, at least 70% of youth referred reside in the zip
codes listed. The geography of some zip codes is such that only a small area of a given zip
code may have a high concentration of delinquent youth. The program concept paper
should focus on those areas within a zip code with a high concentration of delinquent youth.


                                             ZIP  YOUTH   PERCENT CUMULATIVE
                      COUNTY                CODE REFERRED OF TOTAL PERCENT
               ALACHUA COUNTY TOTAL           --   1,413       --     --
                  ALACHUA COUNTY            32641   295      21%     21%
                  ALACHUA COUNTY            32609   216      15%     36%
                  ALACHUA COUNTY            32607   180      13%     49%
                  ALACHUA COUNTY            32601   110       8%     57%

                BAKER COUNTY TOTAL            --      126           --           --
                   BAKER COUNTY             32063      59          47%          47%
                   BAKER COUNTY             32040      29          23%          70%

                 BAY COUNTY TOTAL             --      938           --           --
                    BAY COUNTY              32404     246          26%          26%
                    BAY COUNTY              32401     240          26%          52%

               BRADFORD COUNTY TOTAL          --      149           --           --
                  BRADFORD COUNTY           32091      96          64%          64%

               BREVARD COUNTY TOTAL           --      2,829          --           --
                  BREVARD COUNTY            32907      241          9%           9%
                  BREVARD COUNTY            32935      225          8%          16%
                  BREVARD COUNTY            32927      201          7%          24%
                  BREVARD COUNTY            32780      182          6%          30%
                  BREVARD COUNTY            32955      179          6%          36%
                  BREVARD COUNTY            32922      176          6%          43%
                  BREVARD COUNTY            32909      167          6%          48%
                  BREVARD COUNTY            32905      156          6%          54%

               BROWARD COUNTY TOTAL           --      7,911          --          --
                  BROWARD COUNTY            33311      846         11%          11%
                  BROWARD COUNTY            33313      474          6%          17%
                  BROWARD COUNTY            33023      466          6%          23%
                  BROWARD COUNTY            33068      367          5%          27%
                  BROWARD COUNTY            33024      344          4%          32%
                  BROWARD COUNTY            33065      344          4%          36%

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                                             ZIP  YOUTH   PERCENT CUMULATIVE
                      COUNTY                CODE REFERRED OF TOTAL PERCENT
                  BROWARD COUNTY            33060   261      3%      39%
                  BROWARD COUNTY            33309   254      3%      42%
                  BROWARD COUNTY            33025   230      3%      45%
                  BROWARD COUNTY            33312   212      3%      48%
                  BROWARD COUNTY            33064   211      3%      51%

               CALHOUN COUNTY TOTAL           --      56           --           --
                  CALHOUN COUNTY            32424     27          48%          48%
                  CALHOUN COUNTY            32421     12          21%          70%

               CHARLOTTE COUNTY TOTAL         --     634            --          --
                 CHARLOTTE COUNTY           33952    187          29%          29%
                 CHARLOTTE COUNTY           33948     87          14%          43%
                 CHARLOTTE COUNTY           34224     54           9%          52%

                CITRUS COUNTY TOTAL           --     533            --          --
                   CITRUS COUNTY            34428     57          11%          11%
                   CITRUS COUNTY            34465     55          10%          21%
                   CITRUS COUNTY            34446     51          10%          31%
                   CITRUS COUNTY            34453     51          10%          40%
                   CITRUS COUNTY            34442     46           9%          49%
                   CITRUS COUNTY            34429     41           8%          56%

                 CLAY COUNTY TOTAL            --     973           --           --
                    CLAY COUNTY             32068    280          29%          29%
                    CLAY COUNTY             32073    244          25%          54%

                COLLIER COUNTY TOTAL          --     1,449          --          --
                   COLLIER COUNTY           34116     243         17%          17%
                   COLLIER COUNTY           34142     171         12%          29%
                   COLLIER COUNTY           34120     124          9%          37%
                   COLLIER COUNTY           34104     112          8%          45%
                   COLLIER COUNTY           34112     107          7%          52%

               COLUMBIA COUNTY TOTAL          --     407           --           --
                  COLUMBIA COUNTY           32055    149          37%          37%
                  COLUMBIA COUNTY           32025    102          25%          62%

                 DADE COUNTY TOTAL            --     7,061          --           --
                    DADE COUNTY             33147     448          6%           6%
                    DADE COUNTY             33142     413          6%          12%
                    DADE COUNTY             33056     297          4%          16%
                    DADE COUNTY             33054     247          3%          20%
                    DADE COUNTY             33150     223          3%          23%
                    DADE COUNTY             33127     212          3%          26%
                    DADE COUNTY             33033     210          3%          29%
                    DADE COUNTY             33169     209          3%          32%

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                      COUNTY                 CODE REFERRED OF TOTAL PERCENT
                    DADE COUNTY              33161   207      3%      35%
                    DADE COUNTY              33030   198      3%      38%
                    DADE COUNTY              33055   197      3%      41%
                    DADE COUNTY              33032   188      3%      43%
                    DADE COUNTY              33157   188      3%      46%
                    DADE COUNTY              33162   186      3%      48%
                    DADE COUNTY              33177   155      2%      51%

                DESOTO COUNTY TOTAL            --     167           --           --
                   DESOTO COUNTY             34266    141          84%          84%

                 DIXIE COUNTY TOTAL            --      34           --           --
                    DIXIE COUNTY             32628     14          41%          41%
                    DIXIE COUNTY             32680     14          41%          82%

                DUVAL COUNTY TOTAL             --     4,158          --          --
                  DUVAL COUNTY               32209     459         11%          11%
                  DUVAL COUNTY               32210     343          8%          19%
                  DUVAL COUNTY               32244     276          7%          26%
                  DUVAL COUNTY               32208     262          6%          32%
                  DUVAL COUNTY               32218     229          6%          38%
                  DUVAL COUNTY               32207     211          5%          43%
                  DUVAL COUNTY               32206     209          5%          48%
                  DUVAL COUNTY               32225     179          4%          52%

               ESCAMBIA COUNTY TOTAL           --     2,104         --           --
                  ESCAMBIA COUNTY            32505     458         22%          22%
                  ESCAMBIA COUNTY            32503     241         11%          33%
                  ESCAMBIA COUNTY            32506     231         11%          44%
                  ESCAMBIA COUNTY            32526     203         10%          54%

               FLAGLER COUNTY TOTAL            --     437           --           --
                  FLAGLER COUNTY             32164    210          48%          48%
                  FLAGLER COUNTY             32137    121          28%          76%

               FRANKLIN COUNTY TOTAL           --      69           --           --
                  FRANKLIN COUNTY            32320     31          45%          45%
                  FRANKLIN COUNTY            32328     22          32%          77%

               GADSDEN COUNTY TOTAL            --     339           --           --
                 GADSDEN COUNTY              32351    142          42%          42%
                 GADSDEN COUNTY              32333     74          22%          64%

               GILCHRIST COUNTY TOTAL          --     104           --           --
                  GILCHRIST COUNTY           32693     50          48%          48%
                  GILCHRIST COUNTY           32619     31          30%          78%


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                                             ZIP  YOUTH   PERCENT CUMULATIVE
                      COUNTY                CODE REFERRED OF TOTAL PERCENT
                GLADES COUNTY TOTAL           --    54        --      --
                   GLADES COUNTY            33471   39       72%     72%

                 GULF COUNTY TOTAL            --      72           --           --
                   GULF COUNTY              32456     40          56%          56%

               HAMILTON COUNTY TOTAL          --      73           --           --
                 HAMILTON COUNTY            32052     47          64%          64%

                HARDEE COUNTY TOTAL           --     156           --           --
                  HARDEE COUNTY             33873     72          46%          46%
                  HARDEE COUNTY             33834     37          24%          70%

                HENDRY COUNTY TOTAL           --     319           --           --
                  HENDRY COUNTY             33440    163          51%          51%

               HERNANDO COUNTY TOTAL          --     579           --           --
                 HERNANDO COUNTY            34601    106          18%          18%
                 HERNANDO COUNTY            34608    100          17%          36%
                 HERNANDO COUNTY            34609    100          17%          53%

               HIGHLANDS COUNTY TOTAL         --     553           --           --
                  HIGHLANDS COUNTY          33870    151          27%          27%
                  HIGHLANDS COUNTY          33825    123          22%          50%
                  HIGHLANDS COUNTY          33852    113          20%          70%

         HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY TOTAL            --     7,459          --           --
            HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY             33610     646          9%           9%
            HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY             33612     504          7%          15%
            HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY             33619     443          6%          21%
            HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY             33604     427          6%          27%
            HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY             33569     424          6%          33%
            HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY             33605     340          5%          37%
            HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY             33617     334          4%          42%
            HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY             33607     256          3%          45%
            HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY             33594     251          3%          49%
            HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY             33511     230          3%          52%

                HOLMES COUNTY TOTAL           --      63           --           --
                  HOLMES COUNTY             32425     39          62%          62%

           INDIAN RIVER COUNTY TOTAL          --     572           --           --
              INDIAN RIVER COUNTY           32967    130          23%          23%
              INDIAN RIVER COUNTY           32962    108          19%          42%
              INDIAN RIVER COUNTY           32958     97          17%          59%




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                                             ZIP  YOUTH   PERCENT CUMULATIVE
                      COUNTY                CODE REFERRED OF TOTAL PERCENT
               JACKSON COUNTY TOTAL           --    199       --      --
                  JACKSON COUNTY            32448    48      24%     24%
                  JACKSON COUNTY            32446    32      16%     40%
                  JACKSON COUNTY            32431    28      14%     54%

               JEFFERSON COUNTY TOTAL         --      43           --           --
                  JEFFERSON COUNTY          32344     38          88%          88%

               LAFAYETTE COUNTY TOTAL         --      10           --           --
                  LAFAYETTE COUNTY          32066      7          70%          70%

                 LAKE COUNTY TOTAL            --     1,419          --          --
                    LAKE COUNTY             34748     221         16%          16%
                    LAKE COUNTY             34711     199         14%          30%
                    LAKE COUNTY             32726     139         10%          39%
                    LAKE COUNTY             32757      98          7%          46%
                    LAKE COUNTY             34736      68          5%          51%

                  LEE COUNTY TOTAL            --     2,639          --          --
                     LEE COUNTY             33916     251         10%          10%
                     LEE COUNTY             33971     216          8%          18%
                     LEE COUNTY             33905     179          7%          24%
                     LEE COUNTY             33990     173          7%          31%
                     LEE COUNTY             33914     164          6%          37%
                     LEE COUNTY             33917     153          6%          43%
                     LEE COUNTY             33936     148          6%          49%
                     LEE COUNTY             33904     132          5%          54%

                 LEON COUNTY TOTAL            --     1,176         --           --
                    LEON COUNTY             32310     172         15%          15%
                    LEON COUNTY             32303     170         14%          29%
                    LEON COUNTY             32305     165         14%          43%
                    LEON COUNTY             32304     146         12%          56%

                 LEVY COUNTY TOTAL            --     214           --           --
                    LEVY COUNTY             32621     54          25%          25%
                    LEVY COUNTY             32696     50          23%          49%
                    LEVY COUNTY             32626     35          16%          65%

                LIBERTY COUNTY TOTAL          --      30           --           --
                   LIBERTY COUNTY           32321     19          63%          63%

               MADISON COUNTY TOTAL           --     109           --           --
                 MADISON COUNTY             32340     79          72%          72%

               MANATEE COUNTY TOTAL           --     1,819         --           --
                 MANATEE COUNTY             34208     388         21%          21%

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                                           ZIP  YOUTH   PERCENT CUMULATIVE
                      COUNTY              CODE REFERRED OF TOTAL PERCENT
                  MANATEE COUNTY          34221   318      17%     39%
                  MANATEE COUNTY          34205   238      13%     52%

                MARION COUNTY TOTAL         --     1,768          --          --
                  MARION COUNTY           34472     207         12%          12%
                  MARION COUNTY           34475     174         10%          22%
                  MARION COUNTY           34474     141          8%          30%
                  MARION COUNTY           34470     137          8%          37%
                  MARION COUNTY           34482     135          8%          45%
                  MARION COUNTY           34471      93          5%          50%

                MARTIN COUNTY TOTAL         --     708           --           --
                  MARTIN COUNTY           34997    174          25%          25%
                  MARTIN COUNTY           34994    109          15%          40%
                  MARTIN COUNTY           34990    106          15%          55%

               MONROE COUNTY TOTAL          --     279           --           --
                 MONROE COUNTY            33040    134          48%          48%
                 MONROE COUNTY            33037     44          16%          64%

                NASSAU COUNTY TOTAL         --     275           --           --
                   NASSAU COUNTY          32034    110          40%          40%
                   NASSAU COUNTY          32097     81          29%          69%

               OKALOOSA COUNTY TOTAL        --     1,026         --           --
                 OKALOOSA COUNTY          32547     206         20%          20%
                 OKALOOSA COUNTY          32578     156         15%          35%
                 OKALOOSA COUNTY          32536     120         12%          47%
                 OKALOOSA COUNTY          32539     120         12%          59%

           OKEECHOBEE COUNTY TOTAL          --     287           --           --
             OKEECHOBEE COUNTY            34972    154          54%          54%

               ORANGE COUNTY TOTAL          --     6,522          --          --
                  ORANGE COUNTY           32808     668         10%          10%
                  ORANGE COUNTY           32805     453          7%          17%
                  ORANGE COUNTY           32818     443          7%          24%
                  ORANGE COUNTY           32811     427          7%          31%
                  ORANGE COUNTY           32839     297          5%          35%
                  ORANGE COUNTY           32703     287          4%          39%
                  ORANGE COUNTY           32822     259          4%          43%
                  ORANGE COUNTY           32810     247          4%          47%
                  ORANGE COUNTY           34787     239          4%          51%

               OSCEOLA COUNTY TOTAL         --     1,753         --           --
                  OSCEOLA COUNTY          34758     250         14%          14%
                  OSCEOLA COUNTY          34741     247         14%          28%

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                      COUNTY                CODE REFERRED OF TOTAL PERCENT
                  OSCEOLA COUNTY            34743   243      14%     42%
                  OSCEOLA COUNTY            34744   206      12%     54%

           PALM BEACH COUNTY TOTAL            --     5,193          --           --
              PALM BEACH COUNTY             33404     442          9%           9%
              PALM BEACH COUNTY             33407     276          5%          14%
              PALM BEACH COUNTY             33414     264          5%          19%
              PALM BEACH COUNTY             33411     244          5%          24%
              PALM BEACH COUNTY             33463     244          5%          28%
              PALM BEACH COUNTY             33430     242          5%          33%
              PALM BEACH COUNTY             33435     236          5%          38%
              PALM BEACH COUNTY             33415     218          4%          42%
              PALM BEACH COUNTY             33461     180          3%          45%
              PALM BEACH COUNTY             33460     157          3%          48%
              PALM BEACH COUNTY             33467     149          3%          51%

                PASCO COUNTY TOTAL            --     1,583          --          --
                   PASCO COUNTY             34668     179         11%          11%
                   PASCO COUNTY             34653     119          8%          19%
                   PASCO COUNTY             34654     119          8%          26%
                   PASCO COUNTY             34691     111          7%          33%
                   PASCO COUNTY             34652      96          6%          39%
                   PASCO COUNTY             34667      96          6%          45%
                   PASCO COUNTY             33542      81          5%          51%

               PINELLAS COUNTY TOTAL          --     4,976          --           --
                  PINELLAS COUNTY           33705     370          7%           7%
                  PINELLAS COUNTY           33712     319          6%          14%
                  PINELLAS COUNTY           33711     315          6%          20%
                  PINELLAS COUNTY           33755     228          5%          25%
                  PINELLAS COUNTY           33713     210          4%          29%
                  PINELLAS COUNTY           33781     192          4%          33%
                  PINELLAS COUNTY           33756     180          4%          36%
                  PINELLAS COUNTY           33710     154          3%          40%
                  PINELLAS COUNTY           34689     152          3%          43%
                  PINELLAS COUNTY           33714     151          3%          46%
                  PINELLAS COUNTY           33702     146          3%          49%
                  PINELLAS COUNTY           33709     142          3%          51%

                POLK COUNTY TOTAL             --     3,959          --           --
                   POLK COUNTY              33880     294          7%           7%
                   POLK COUNTY              33801     276          7%          14%
                   POLK COUNTY              33881     269          7%          21%
                   POLK COUNTY              33810     248          6%          27%
                   POLK COUNTY              33830     237          6%          33%
                   POLK COUNTY              33805     228          6%          39%
                   POLK COUNTY              33823     209          5%          44%

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                                            ZIP  YOUTH   PERCENT CUMULATIVE
                      COUNTY               CODE REFERRED OF TOTAL PERCENT
                    POLK COUNTY            33860   170      4%      49%
                    POLK COUNTY            33844   158      4%      53%

                PUTNAM COUNTY TOTAL          --     705           --           --
                   PUTNAM COUNTY           32177    327          46%          46%
                   PUTNAM COUNTY           32148     84          12%          58%

               ST. JOHNS COUNTY TOTAL        --     652           --           --
                   ST. JOHNS COUNTY        32084    239          37%          37%
                   ST. JOHNS COUNTY        32259     83          13%          49%
                   ST. JOHNS COUNTY        32086     73          11%          61%

                ST. LUCIE COUNTY TOTAL       --     1,722         --           --
                    ST. LUCIE COUNTY       34953     362         21%          21%
                    ST. LUCIE COUNTY       34950     304         18%          39%
                    ST. LUCIE COUNTY       34983     207         12%          51%

               SANTA ROSA COUNTY TOTAL       --     693           --           --
                  SANTA ROSA COUNTY        32570    163          24%          24%
                  SANTA ROSA COUNTY        32571    128          18%          42%
                  SANTA ROSA COUNTY        32583    127          18%          60%

               SARASOTA COUNTY TOTAL         --     1,296          --          --
                  SARASOTA COUNTY          34234     215         17%          17%
                  SARASOTA COUNTY          34286     114          9%          25%
                  SARASOTA COUNTY          34232     111          9%          34%
                  SARASOTA COUNTY          34293     109          8%          42%
                  SARASOTA COUNTY          34231      95          7%          50%
                  SARASOTA COUNTY          34287      87          7%          56%

               SEMINOLE COUNTY TOTAL         --     2,114          --          --
                  SEMINOLE COUNTY          32771     428         20%          20%
                  SEMINOLE COUNTY          32765     210         10%          30%
                  SEMINOLE COUNTY          32773     205         10%          40%
                  SEMINOLE COUNTY          32708     170          8%          48%
                  SEMINOLE COUNTY          32707     153          7%          55%

                SUMTER COUNTY TOTAL          --     195           --           --
                  SUMTER COUNTY            34785     73          37%          37%
                  SUMTER COUNTY            33513     40          21%          58%

               SUWANNEE COUNTY TOTAL         --     285           --           --
                 SUWANNEE COUNTY           32060    124          44%          44%
                 SUWANNEE COUNTY           32064     86          30%          74%

                TAYLOR COUNTY TOTAL          --     134          100%          0%
                   TAYLOR COUNTY           32348     71           53%         53%

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                      COUNTY                CODE REFERRED OF TOTAL PERCENT
                UNION COUNTY TOTAL            --    45        --      --
                   UNION COUNTY             32054   36       80%     80%

               VOLUSIA COUNTY TOTAL           --     3,348          --          --
                  VOLUSIA COUNTY            32738     443         13%          13%
                  VOLUSIA COUNTY            32114     415         12%          26%
                  VOLUSIA COUNTY            32725     319         10%          35%
                  VOLUSIA COUNTY            32117     251          7%          43%
                  VOLUSIA COUNTY            32174     233          7%          50%
                  VOLUSIA COUNTY            32720     227          7%          56%

               WAKULLA COUNTY TOTAL           --     124           --           --
                 WAKULLA COUNTY             32327    102          82%          82%

               WALTON COUNTY TOTAL            --     179           --           --
                 WALTON COUNTY              32433     45          25%          25%
                 WALTON COUNTY              32459     42          23%          49%
                 WALTON COUNTY              32439     26          15%          63%

           WASHINGTON COUNTY TOTAL            --     123           --           --
             WASHINGTON COUNTY              32428     82          67%          67%




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                       Reference Supplement 2
                 Risk Factors and Indictors by Domain
                                 Family Domain
Risk Factor: Family History of High Risk Behavior
             Indicators:
             Adults in Treatment; Liver Cirrhosis Deaths; Adults/Parents I Prison;
             Educational Attainment of Adults; Adult Illiteracy

Risk Factor: Family Management Problems
             Indicators:
             Reported Child Neglect and Abuse Cases: Runaway Reports; Children Living
             in Foster Homes

Risk Factor: Family Conflict
             Indicators:
             Domestic Violence Reports; Divorce Rates; Households with Spouse Absent

Risk Factors: Favorable Parental Attitudes and Involvement in the Problem Behaviors
              Indicators:
              Adult Violent Crime Arrests; Adult Property Crime Arrests; Adult Alcohol-
              Related Arrests; Babies Born Affected by Alcohol or Other Drug Use; Drug
              Use During Pregnancy

                                  School Domain
Risk Factor: Early and Persistent Anti-Social Behavior
             Indicators:
             Elementary School Disciplinary Problems; Special Education Classes
             for Students with Behavior Disorders; Elementary School Students
             Diagnosed with Behavioral Disorders

Risk Factor: Academic Failure
             Indicators:
             Grade Repetition; FCAT Test Scores; Reading Proficiency; Math
             Proficiency; Science Proficiency; GED Diplomas Issued

Risk Factor: Lack of Commitment to School
             Indicators:
             School Enrollment; Average Daily Attendance; Truancy Rates; High
             School Completion Rates

                           Individual/Peer Domain
Risk Factor: Alienation and Rebelliousness
             Indicators:
             Suicide Death Rates; Reported          Gang   Involvement;   Reported
             Vandalism and Graffiti Damage

Risk Factor: Friends Who Engage in the Problem Behavior
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               Indicators:
               Adolescents in Juvenile Justice System; Reported Use of Drugs and
               Alcohol by Friends; Adolescents in Treatment; Adolescents Diagnosed
               with Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Adolescent Pregnancies

Risk Factor: Favorable Attitudes Toward the Problem Behavior
             Indicators:
             Disapproval of Use of Alcohol, Cigarettes, and Drugs; Perceived
             Harmfulness of Use of Alcohol, Cigarettes, and Drugs; Attitudes
             Regarding Marijuana Laws

Risk Factor: Early Initiation of the Problem Behavior
             Indicators:
             Grade of First Use of Alcohol, Cigarettes, and Drugs; Age of Initial
             Sexual Activity; School Reports of Disciplinary Problems; Dropouts
             Prior to 9th Grade; Arrests Related to Alcohol and Other Drugs (Ages
             10 to 14); Violence Arrests (Ages 10 to 14)

                               Community Domain
Risk Factor: Availability of Drugs
             Indicators:
             Perceived Availability of Drugs; Trends in Exposure to Drug Use; Per
             Capita Consumption of Alcohol; Sales of Alcoholic Beverages; Liquor
             Sales Outlets

Risk Factor: Availability of Firearms
             Indicators:
             Firearm Sales; Firearms in Home

Risk Factor: Community Laws and Norms Favorable to Drug Use, Firearms, and Crime
             Indicators:
             Juvenile Arrests for Drug Law Violations; Juvenile Arrests for Violent
             Crimes; Juvenile Arrests for Curfew, Vandalism and Disorderly
             Conduct; Disposition of Juvenile Arrest Cases; Quality of Drugs
             Seized; Areas Targeted by Law Enforcement for Drug Cleanup; School
             Discipline for Behavior Problems; Schools with Student Assistance
             Programs; Attitudes Favoring Gun Control

Risk Factor: Media Portrayal of Violence
             Indicators:
             General Violent Behavior Portrayed on Television; Serious Assaults
             Portrayed on Television

Risk Factor: Transition and Mobility
             Indicators:
             Existing Home Sales; New Home Construction; Rental Residential
             Properties; Rental Unit Turnover; Utility Connections; Student
             Movement In and Out of School

Risk Factor: Low Neighborhood Attachment and Community Disorganization

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               Indicators:
               Percent of Population Voting in Elections; Rental Housing Vacancy
               Rates; Homeowners Unit Vacancy Rates; Number of Churches and
               Synagogues; Homicides

Risk Factors: Extreme Economic and Social Deprivation
              Indicators:
              Persons/Families/Children    Living    Below      Poverty    Level;
              Unemployment Rates; Exhausted Unemployment Benefits; AFDC
              Recipients/Food Stamp Recipients; AFDC and Food Stamp Benefits as
              a Percentage of Poverty Level; Free and Reduced Lunch Program;
              Single Female Head of Household as a Percentage of All Households




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                                        Reference Supplement 3
                                         County Allocation List


                                    Possible Renewal       New Funds                     Allocation   Possible Renewal       New Funds
     County    Allocation   Total                                            County
                                        Amount              Available                      Total          Amount              Available



Alachua        $    73,972.00       $    73,972.00     $            -    Lake          $ 170,237.00   $   170,237.00     $           -
Baker          $    42,362.00       $    42,362.00     $            -    Lee           $ 140,997.00   $    75,000.00     $    65,997.00
Bay            $    65,000.00       $    65,000.00     $            -    Leon          $ 74,574.00    $    74,574.00     $           -
Bradford       $    99,434.00       $    99,434.00     $            -    Levy          $ 77,352.00    $    77,352.00     $           -
Brevard        $   104,720.00                          $   104,720.00    Liberty       $ 37,173.00                       $    37,173.00
Broward        $   235,281.00       $   235,281.00     $            -    Madison       $ 39,998.00    $    39,998.00     $           -
Calhoun        $    39,091.00       $    39,091.00     $            -    Manatee       $ 80,958.00    $    80,958.00     $           -
Charlotte      $    89,758.00       $    89,758.00     $            -    Marion        $ 110,282.00   $   110,282.00     $           -
Citrus         $    52,765.00       $    52,765.00     $            -    Martin        $ 58,347.00    $    58,347.00     $           -
Clay           $    67,291.00       $    67,291.00     $            -    Monroe        $ 80,505.00    $    80,505.00     $           -
Collier        $   168,627.00       $   168,627.00     $            -    Nassau        $ 44,870.00                       $    44,870.00
Columbia       $    46,949.00       $            -     $    46,949.00    Okaloosa      $ 67,476.00    $    67,476.00     $           -
Dade           $   381,813.00       $   231,813.00     $   150,000.00    Okeechobee    $ 45,500.00    $    45,500.00     $           -
DeSoto         $    43,225.00       $    43,225.00     $            -    Orange        $ 138,102.00   $   138,102.00     $           -
Dixie          $    39,267.00       $    39,267.00     $            -    Osceola       $ 70,716.00    $    70,716.00     $           -
Duval          $   238,774.00       $   238,774.00     $            -    Palm Beach    $ 177,183.00   $   102,183.00     $    75,000.00
Escambia       $   119,974.00       $    74,974.00     $     45,000.00 Pasco           $ 121,929.00   $   121,929.00     $           -
Flagler        $    51,741.00                          $     51,741.00   Pinellas      $ 148,947.00   $   148,947.00     $         -
Franklin       $    37,851.00       $    37,851.00     $             -   Polk          $ 116,896.00                      $ 116,896.00
Gadsden        $   137,197.00       $   137,197.00     $             -   Putnam        $ 52,601.00    $    52,601.00     $         -
Gilchrist      $    39,386.00       $    39,386.00     $             -   Santa Rosa    $ 57,148.00    $    57,148.00     $         -
Glades         $    37,171.00       $    37,171.00     $             -   Sarasota      $ 91,929.00                       $ 91,929.00
Gulf           $    40,174.00       $    40,174.00     $             -   Seminole      $ 169,990.00   $   169,990.00     $         -
Hamilton       $    38,548.00       $    38,548.00     $             -   St. Johns     $ 130,361.00   $   130,361.00     $         -
Hardee         $    42,083.00       $    42,083.00     $             -   St. Lucie     $ 84,888.00                       $ 84,888.00
Hendry         $    44,618.00       $    44,618.00     $             -   Sumter        $ 46,174.00    $    46,174.00     $         -
Hernando       $    61,094.00       $    61,094.00     $             -   Suwannee      $ 104,665.00   $   104,665.00     $         -
Highland       $    52,089.00       $    52,089.00     $             -   Taylor        $ 38,876.00    $    38,876.00     $         -
Hillsborough   $   269,718.00       $   269,718.00     $             -   Union         $ 39,829.00    $    39,829.00     $         -
Holmes         $    40,066.00       $    40,066.00     $             -   Volusia       $ 113,398.00                      $ 113,398.00
Indian River   $    59,490.00                          $     59,490.00   Wakulla       $ 43,239.00    $    43,239.00     $         -
Jackson        $    46,184.00                          $     46,184.00   Walton        $ 44,386.00    $    44,386.00     $         -
Jefferson      $    37,063.00       $    37,063.00     $             -   Washington    $ 40,363.00    $    40,363.00     $         -
Lafayette      $    36,731.00       $    36,731.00     $             -
*This is an estimated total of funding available for fiscal year 2008-09. Grant awards (i.e.,
new and renewing) are contingent upon available funds and program performance.




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