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104 STAT. 1274 PUBLIC LAW 101-501—NOV. 3, 1990 (D) provide health screening to detect or prevent illnesses, or both, that occur most frequently in young individuals as well as better treatment and counseling; ^ (E) enhance the development of children to ensure that such children enter school prepared and ready to learn; (F) promote the highest quality of educational opportunity, especially through drop-out prevention programs, remediation for young individuals who have dropped out of school, and vocational education; (G) provide effective training apprenticeships and employment opportunities; (H) promote participation in community service and civic, cultural, and recreational activities that value young individuals as resources and promote self-esteem and a stake in the community; (I) promote the participation of young individuals in decisions concerning planning and managing the lives of such individuals; (J) encourage young individuals and the families of such individuals to use any community facilities and services that are available to such individuals; (K) ensure that young individuals who are unable to live with the biological families of such individuals have a safe place to live until such individuals can return home or move into independent adult life; and (L) prevent the abuse, neglect, or exploitation of young individuals. 42 USC 12339. SEC. 933. FAMILY RESOURCE AND SUPPORT PROGRAM GRANTS. (a) AUTHORITY.—The Commissioner shall make grants under this section to States on a competitive basis, for the purpose of developing, expanding, and operating a network of local family resource and support programs in collaboration with existing health, mental health, education, employment and training, child welfare, and other social services agencies within the State. (b) AMOUNT OF GRANT.— The amount of a grant awarded under this section for the first year in which a program is operated or expanded under this section shall not exceed $6,000,000 nor be less than $1,500,000 based on an assessment by the Commissioner of the application submitted by the State under subsection (d), the scope of the proposed program to be operated or expanded, and the population to be served by the program. (c) DURATION. — (1) IN GENERAL.— A grant awarded under this section shall be for a term of 3 years. (2) LIMITATION. — (A) USE. —During the 12-month period immediately after the date on which the grant is awarded to a State under this section, the State may use the funds received under such grant exclusively for program development. Subsequent to such period grant funds shall be used for program implementation and operation unless the Commissioner grants a waiver from this limitation. (B) REPORTING REQUIREMENTS.— To receive funds after the period referred to in subparagraph (A) and after the 12- month period immediately following such initial period, the