Dozens of at-risk kids assessed for Yakima's Gang Free Initiative

Dozens of at-risk kids assessed for Yakima's Gang Free Initiative
YAKIMA, Wash. -- A strong response to Yakima's Gang Free Initiative. The GFI's executive director tells KIMA there are now 25 at-risk kids being assessed for specialized services.

That's being done through the Yakima Police Athletic League now.

Those kids will be connected with services like tutoring, mentoring and life skills.

There are still dozens of spots available.