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106 STAT. 5020 PUBLIC LAW 102-586 —NOV. 4, 1992 (i) by striking aftercare" and all that follows through "assuring" and inserting "providing counseling and ^tercare services to such youth, for encoiu-aging the involvement of their parents or legal guardians in counseling, and for ensuring; and (ii) by striking "childreir and inserting "youth"; (E) in paragraph (6) by striking "children and family members which it serves" and inserting '^outh and family members whom it serves (including youth who are not referred to out-of-home shelter services), (F) by redesignating paragraphs (6), (7), (8), (9), and (10) as paragraphs (7), (8), (9), (10), and (11), respectively; (G) by inserting after paragraph (5) the following new paragraph: "(6) shall develop an adequate plan for establishing or coordinating with outreach programs designed to attract persons (including, where applicable, persons who are members of a cultural minority and persons with limited ability to speak English) who are eligible to receive services for which a grant under subsection (a) may be expended;"; and (H) by adding at the end the following new subsections: "(c) To be eligible for assistance under section 311(c), an applicant shall propose to estoblish, strengthen, or fund a streetbased service project for runaway and homeless youth and shall submit to the Secretary a plan in which the applicant agrees, as part of the project— "(1) to provide qualified supervision of staff, including onstreet supervision by appropriately trained staff; "(2) to provide backup personnel for on-street staff; "(3) to provide informational and health educational material to runaway and homeless youth in need of services; "(4) to provide initial and periodic training of staff who provide services under the project; "(5) to cany out outreach activities for runaway and homeless youth and to collect stotistical information on runaway and homeless youth contocted through such activities; "(6) to develop referral relationships with agencies and organizations that provide services or assistance to runaway and homeless youth, including law enforcement, education, social services, vocational education and training, public welfare, legal assistance, mental health and health care; Repo>^- "(7) to submit to the Secretary an annual report that includes information regarding the activities carried out with funds received under section 311(c), Uie achievements of the project under section 311(c) carried out by the applicant, and statistical summaries describing the number and the characteristics of the runaway and homeless youth who participate in such project in the year for which the report is submitted; "(8) to implement such accounting procedures and fiscal control devices as the Secretary may require; "(9) to submit to the Secretary an annual budget that estimates the itemized costs to be incurred in the year for which the applicant requests a grant under subsection 311(c); Records. "(10) to keep adequate stotistical records that profile runaway and homeless youth whom it serves and not to disclose the identity of such youth in reports or other documents based on such stotistical records;