Tablets powered by AT&T mobile connectivity keep JIFF connected with youths
JIFF’s efforts to help youth in need were severely challenged when COVID-19 forced the organization to curtail in-person services.
JIFF serves 65 youth per week, helping them stay connected with their case managers, counselors, and community partners. The new mobile program is also narrowing the digital divide for some of its youth living in extreme poverty.
Because many in the program had no Wi-Fi® connectivity at home, AT&T arranged for refurbished tablet computers powered by AT&T mobile connectivity—at rates the nonprofit organization could afford.
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Continuing JIFF’s intervention with at-risk youth during the pandemic
JIFF is a youth program designed to break the destructive cycle of juvenile crime. It offers an alternative to detention by providing early intervention, intensive case management, and ongoing mentoring to teenagers in the juvenile justice system.
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