A rather large number of organizations do much for youth needs in Franklin County. In fact, it is somewhat a stark revelation the money spent to administer to the needs of youth in the county.
Voters not too long ago approved a quarter-cent sales tax for the Franklin County Children and Families Community Research Board, which the past week announced it has allocated more than $2.54 million to 16 agencies that provide 35 programs for youth age 19 and younger. These needs include substance abuse, pregnancy and mental health problems. The 2014 allocation is about the same as in 2013.
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