2018 Status of Girls and Young Women in Broward County

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Broward County Children's Strategic Plan

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Health and Mental Care
Racial Equity
Education
Basic Needs
Substance Abuse & Addictions
Recreational/Spiritual & Cultural Enrichment
Legal & Criminal Justice
Employment & Economic Development
Disability Services
Technology
Health and Mental Care
Special Needs
Target Group Services

Created by the Girls Coordinating Council (GCC), a recent addition to the Broward Children’s Strategic Plan, the 2018 Status of Girls and Young Women in Broward County report educates the community about the developmental experiences of girls supported by non-profit programming, as well as showcasing the successes of girls and young women. Learn more about the Girl's Coordinating Council HERE

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