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100 STAT. 3207-127
100 STAT. 3207-127
PUBLIC LAW 99-000—MMMM. DD, 1986

100 STAT. 3207-127

PUBLIC LAW 99-570—OCT. 27, 1986 PART 2—STATE AND LOCAL PROGRAMS

20 USC 4621.

SEC. 4121. USE OF ALLOTMENTS BY STATES.

(a) An amount equal to 30 percent of the total amount paid to a State from its allotment under section 4112 for any fiscal year shall be used by the chief executive officer of such State for State program in accordance with section 4122. (b) An amount equal to 70 percent of the total amount paid to a State from its allotment under section 4112 for any fiscal year shall be used by the State educational agency to carry out its responsibilities in accordance with section 4124 and for grants to local and intermediate educational agencies and consortia for programs and activities in accordance with section 4125. •••'it U

20 USC 4622. Grants. Contracts.

Grants. Contracts.

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SEC. 4122. STATE PROGRAMS.

(a) Not more than 50 percent of the funds available for each fiscal year under section 4121(a) to the chief executive officer of a State shall be used for grants to and contracts with local governments and other public or private nonprofit entities (including parent groups, community action agencies, and other community-based organizations) for the development and implementation of programs and activities such as— (1) local broadly-based programs for drug and alcohol abuse prevention, early intervention, rehabilitation referral, and education for all age groups; (2) training programs concerning drug abuse education and prevention for teachers, counselors, other educational personnel, parents, local law enforcement officials, judicial officials, other public service personnel, and community leaders; (3) the development and distribution of educational and informational materials to provide public information (through the media and otherwise) for the purpose of achieving a drugfree society; (4) technical assistance to help community-based organizations and local and intermediate educational agencies and consortia in the planning and implementation of drug abuse prevention, early intervention, rehabilitation referral, and education programs; (5) activities to encourage the coordination of drug abuse education and prevention programs with related community efforts and resources, which may involve the use of a broadly representative State advisory council including members of the State board of education, members of local boards of education, parents, teachers, counselors, health and social service professionals, and others having special interest or expertise; and (6) other drug abuse education and prevention activities, consistent with the purposes of this subtitle. (b)(l) Not less than 50 percent of the funds available for each fiscal year under section 4121(a) to the chief executive officer of a State shall be used for innovative community-based programs of coordinated services for high-risk youth. The chief executive officer of such State shall make grants to or contracts with local governments and other public and private nonprofit entities (including parent groups community action agencies, and other community-based organizations) to carry out such services. v;;, ^.t*:;? i. j,; *f« * ' «