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Milwaukee Brighter Futures 2013 Year-End Report
The 2013 Year-End Report provides the most recent data for the Brighter Futures Initiative programming.
Milwaukee Brighter Futures 2011 Year-End Report
This report summarizes the activities of 27 programs that were funded through the Milwaukee Brighter Futures grant. A major conclusion stressed the interconnectiveness of not only the 27 programs, but also of other community agencies.
Milwaukee Brighter Futures 2010 Year-End Report
In 2010, Milwaukee Brighter Futures opened the door to opportunity for 12,434 persons. Children, teens and adults were invited in to 27 Brighter Futures programs for a variety of services.
Milwaukee Brighter Futures 2009 Year-End Report
In 2009, the total number served by MBFI projects was 14,910 through 21 difference agencies.
Milwaukee Brighter Futures 2009 Youth Survey Report
The results from the Milwaukee Brighter Futures Youth Survey is listed in detail in this report. A variety of topics relating to youth habits are questioned.
Milwaukee Brighter Futures 2008 Year-End Report
This evaluation report is an analysis of information provided by 25 participating agencies, covering 27 programs. In total, the services covered 155,750 persons.
Milwaukee Brighter Futures 2007 Year-End Report
During 2007, the community prevention coalition provided direct prevention activities involving 23,251 Milwaukee County residents with sustained prevention activities involving 11,795 children, youth and adults.
Milwaukee Brighter Futures 2007 Youth Survey Report
The Milwaukee Brighter Futures Youth Survey reports tell of findings about Milwaukee youth on several topic areas. They pay special attention to gender differences, violence, and high-risk sexual behavior.
Milwaukee Brighter Futures 2005 Youth Survey Report
This survey is based on the national Youth Risk Behavior Survey that gathers information about unsafe habits that youth may be involved in, in order to provide information for effective prevention programs.