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Youth Information, Training and Resource Centers (YITRC) grants are funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (DHHS) Administration for Children and Families (ACF) and Administration on Developmental Disabilities (ADD).  The goal of the YITRC grants is to support an increasing ability of individuals with developmental disabilities to exercise greater choice, self-determination and to engage in leadership activities in their communities.

At this time, there are 21 YITRC grantees throughout the United States.  Each grantee is undertaking projects which assist youth (ages 13 – 17) and emerging leaders (ages 18 – 30) with developmental disabilities with transition, empowerment, and advocacy issues.  For information concerning grantees, see the Grantee Information page.

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