Disadvantaged Youth Law and Legal Definition
According to 42 USCS § 12511 (Title 42, The Public Health and Welfare; Chapter 129, National and Community Service; National and Community Service Grant Program; General Provisions), the term "disadvantaged youth" includes “those youth who are economically disadvantaged and 1 or more of the following:
(A) Who are out-of-school youth, including out-of-school youth who are unemployed.
(B) Who are in or aging out of foster care.
(C) Who have limited English proficiency.
(D) Who are homeless or who have run away from home.
(E) Who are at-risk to leave secondary school without a diploma.
(F) Who are former juvenile offenders or at risk of delinquency.
(G) Who are individuals with disabilities.” (42 USCS § 12511)
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Related Legal Terms
- Administration on Children, Youth, and Families
- At-risk Youth Recreation Grants
- Children and Youth Exposed to Violence Grant Program [Department of Justice]
- Committed Youth (Juvenile)
- Disadvantaged Business Enterprise
- Disadvantaged Businesses Concerns
- Disadvantaged Entrepreneur
- Disadvantaged [Education]
- Economically Disadvantaged
- Economically Disadvantaged Entrepreneur