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Lompoc Unified’s anti-gang task force still in the works, local organizations help in the process

LOMPOC, Calif. – Lompoc Unified School District continues to work on the anti-gang task force to reduce teen gang violence in the city.

According to head of the task force Brian Jaramillo, community groups like Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse and the YMCA in Lompoc are part of the task force.

YMCA is offering a summer program for kids to stay busy in their facility and out of the streets, that is according to YMCA Youth Development Director Stephanie Saucedo.

The program starts June 2021.

Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse otherwise known as CADA provides mental health services to students.

Due to COVID-19, there is no set launch date on the Lompoc Youth Prevention Task Force.

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