South County Youth Task Force

In January 2012, the City of Gilroy, the City of Morgan Hill, Gilroy and Morgan Hill Unified School Districts and the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors met and created the South County Youth Task Force (SCYTF) to address the effects of violence and gangs on our youth and in our community. This collaboration is a cross-sector, multi-agency partnership that is implementing a multi-faceted, community-oriented approach to create culturally-responsive prevention and intervention practices. SCYTF engaged in a community assessment and strategic planning process in 2012-2013 to define existing challenges South County youth face. The goal is to reach youth where they are and provide safe and healthy opportunities for recreation and engagement in the community. In short, to help youth thrive!

The City of Gilroy and the SCYTF are committed to creating safe and healthy opportunities for youth, free of gangs and crime, so they may become successful and productive. View the SCYTF commitment to being Champions for Empowering Our Youth.

View the 2017-2020 Strategic Plan for SCYTF.
    
Community Assessment
The Community Assessment Report provides an assessment of data collected and of stakeholder input of current conditions regarding youth, juvenile delinquent behaviors and gang related issues in south Santa Clara County.
Funding
Funding is provided through the South County Youth Task Force (SCYTF): City of Gilroy, City of Morgan Hill, Gilroy Unified School District, Santa Clara County Library District, Santa Clara County Juvenile Probation Department and the Santa Clara County’s Neighborhood Safety Unit
 
View Funding and SCYTF Strategies and Programming description for further information.

Informal Competitive Procurement (ICP) for MID-NIGHT GYM, OUTREACH AND INTERVENTION PROGRAM
ICP NUMBER: SCYTF-02CG-ICP-FY19
The City of Gilroy SOUTH COUNTY YOUTH TASK FORCE (SCYTF) is requesting proposals from qualified consultants to provide assistance with the new California Violence Intervention and Prevention Grant Program (CalVIP) SOUTH COUNTY ONE NEIGHBORHOOD EMPOWERED (ONE) THRIVES! PROJECT.

This Informal Competitive Procurement (ICP) may result in a single award. The anticipated contract period is December 3, 2018 through September 30, 2019, with a possibility of extension to August 31, 2020. ICP proposals are due on Thursday November 1, 2018 by 5:00pm Pacific time, following page 2 of the ICP, section II of the Timeline and Sequence of Events.
 
View ICP SCYTF-02CG-ICP-FY19 and Attachment B for further information.