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106 STAT. 4990 PUBLIC LAW 102-586—NOV. 4, 1992 ments of juveniles in order to receive such services) and ofbarriers to access to such services; and "(ii) a plan for providing needed mental health services to juveniles in the juvenile justice system;"; (V) in paragraph (9) by insertingrecreation," after "special education,"; (VI) by amending paragraph (10) to read as follows: "(10) provide that not less than 75 percent of the funds available to the State under section 222, other than funds made available to the State advisory group under section 222(d), whether expended directly by the State, by the unit of general local government, or by a combination thereof, or through grante and contracte with public or private nonprofit agencies, shall be used for— "(A) community-based alternatives (including homebased alternatives) to incarceration and institutionalization, specifically— "(i) for youth who can remain at home with assistance: home probation and programs providing professional supervised group activities or individualized mentoring relationships with adulte that involve the family and provide counseling and other supportive services; "(ii) for youth who need temporary placement: crisis intervention, shelter, and after-care; and "(iii) for youth who need residential placement: a continuum of foster care or group home alternatives that provide access to a comprehensive array of services; "(B) community-based programs and services to work with— "(i) parente and other family members to strengthen families, including parent self-help groups, so that juveniles may be retained in their homes; "(ii) juveniles during their incarceration, and with their families, to ensure the safe return of such juveniles to their homes and to strengthen the families; and " (iii) parente with limited English-speaking ability, particularly in areas where there is a large population of families with limited-English speaking ability; "(C) comprehensive juvenile justice and delinquency prevention programs that meet the needs of youth through the collaboration of the many local systems before which a youth may appear, including schools, courte, law enforcement agencies, child protection agencies, mental health agencies, welfare services, health care agencies, and private nonprofit agencies offering youth services; "(D) projecte designed to develop and implement programs stressing advocacy activities aimed at improving services for and protecting the rights of youth affected by the juvenile justice system; "(E) educational programs or supportive services for delinquent or other juveniles, provided equitebly regardless of sex, race, or family income, designed to—