Bundle of Grants Awarded

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We have compiled an extensive list of recent grants awarded – for everything from juvenile drug courts to adolescent drug treatment. Follow the money below, where we’ve broken out the winners by agency.


Department of Health and Human Services

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

(877) 726-4727, http://www.samhsa.gov

Family Centered Substance Abuse Treatment for Adolescents and their Families

* Northern Ohio Recovery Association, Cleveland, $300,000.

* Institute for Health and Recovery, Cambridge, Mass., $300,000.

* Serving Children and Adolescents in Need, Laredo, Texas, $300,000.

* King County, Seattle, $300,000.

* Colorado Judicial Department, Denver, $299,694.

* The Center for Drug-Free Living, Orlando, Fla., $300,000.

* Johnson County Mental Health Center, Mission, Kan., $300,000.

* The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, $299,928.

* Gateway Community Services, Jacksonville, Fla., $300,000.

* Odyssey House, New York, $298,057.

* The Village South, Miami, $202,674.

* Southern California Alcohol & Drug Program, Downey, $300,000.

* SWLA Center for Health Services, Lake Charles, La., $300,000.

* Child and Family Services of New Hampshire, Manchester, $297,304.

Youth Suicide Prevention and Early Intervention Programs

* Texas State Department of Health Services, Austin, $500,000.

* West Virginia Department of Health, Charleston, $384,317.

* Johns Hopkins University Center for American Indian Health, Baltimore, $498,605.

* Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma, Carnegie, $500,000.

* Montana Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council, Billings, Mont., $499,999.

* District of Columbia Department of Mental Health, $490,844.

* Arizona Department of Health Services, Phoenix, $500,000.

* State of Wyoming, Cheyenne, $500,000.

* Idaho State University, Pocatello, $500,000.

* Office of the Governor, State of Nebraska, Lincoln, $500,000.

* South Dakota Department of Human Services, Pierre, $500,000.

* State of Louisiana, Baton Rouge, $500,000.

* Michigan Department of Community Health, Lansing, $500,000.

* Southcentral Foundation, Anchorage, Alaska, $499,999.

* NAMI New Hampshire, Concord, $499,005.

* Colorado Department of Health and Environment, Denver, $500,000.

* Oregon Department of Human Services, Salem, $388,000.  

* State of Nevada, Carson City, $500,000. 

Juvenile Drug Courts

* Superior Court of California for Ventura County, $200,000 for the Reclaiming Futures Ventura County program.

* Colorado Judicial Department, $198,915 for the Denver Youth Development Court.

* Cherokee Nation, Tahlequah, Okla., $200,000 for the Tso-Tsi-Ge-Yu-Hi Di-Ni-Yo-Tli “We Care Deeply for the Children” program.  

National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative Treatment and Services Adaptation (TSA) Centers

* University of California, San Francisco, $600,000.

* Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, Chicago, $599,663.

* University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, $600,000.

* Fordham University, New York, $599,968.

* Justice Resource Institute, Boston, $600,000.

* University of Southern California, Los Angeles, $600,000.

* Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, $552,168.

* Regents of the University of California, Davis, $596,891.

* Allegheny-Singer Research Institute, Pittsburgh, $568,000.

Administration on Children and Families/Family and Youth Services Bureau

(202) 401-9215, http://www.acf.hhs.gov

Runaway and Homeless Youth Basic Centers

* Family Connection, Alabaster, Ala., $175,000.

* Tennessee Valley Family Services, Guntersville, Ala., $140,000.

* Comprehensive Juvenile Services, Fort Smith, Ark., $125,000.

* Consolidated Youth Services, Jonesboro, Ark., $119,052.

* Open Inn, Tucson, Ariz., $137,214.

* Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development, Phoenix, $160,000.

* Fresno County Economic Opportunities Commission, Fresno, Calif., $200,000.

* WIND Youth Services, Sacramento, Calif., $191,000.

* Huckleberry Youth Programs, San Francisco, $190,726.

* New Morning Youth & Family Services, Placerville, Calif., $127,000.

* Los Angeles Youth Network, $75,000.

* Individuals Now/Social Advocates for Youth, Santa Rosa, Calif., $150,000.

* The Salvation Army, a California corporation, Los Angeles, $110,000.

* Channel Islands YMCA, Santa Barbara, Calif., $136,800.

* Comitis Crisis Center, Aurora, Colo., $113,888.

* Lutheran Social Services of Colorado/Lutheran Family Services of Colorado,
Denver, $119,000.

* Sasha Bruce Youthwork, Washington, D.C., $100,000.

* Aid In Dover, Del., $106,500.

* Anchorage Children’s Home of Bay County, Panama City, Fla., $132,072.

* Youth and Family Alternatives, New Port Richey, Fla., $100,000.

* Family Resources, Pinellas Park, Fla., $75,000.

* Children’s Home Society of Florida, Ft. Pierce, $100,000.

* Miami Bridge Youth and Family Services, $105,000.

* Advocates for Bartow’s Children, Carterville, Ga., $190,320.

* Hawaii Youth Services Network, Honolulu, $162,432.

* Youth Emergency Services & Shelter of Iowa, Des Moines, $85,000.

* Foundation 2, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, $85,300.

* Project Oz, Bloomington, Ill., $175,000.

* The Night Ministry, Chicago, $100,000.

* Aunt Martha’s Youth Service Center, Olympia Fields, Ill., $90,000.

* McHenry County Youth Service Bureau, Woodstock, Ill., $90,000.

* Monroe County, Indiana Government, Bloomington, $88,554.

* Wichita Children’s Home, Kan., $128,212.

* YMCA of Greater Louisville, Ky. $200,000.

* Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, Lexington, Ky., $180,000.

* Educational and Treatment Council, Lake Charles, La., $150,000.

* Our House, Monroe, La., $150,000.

* Elle Foundation, Shreveport, La., $126,783.

* Gulf Coast Teaching Family Services, Houma, La., $120,000.

* Franklin County DIAL SELF, Greenfield, Mass., $184,973

* Brookline Community Mental Health Center, Brookline, Mass., $146,000.

* Vietnamese American Initiative for Development, Dorchester, Mass., $125,000.

* Worcester County Health Department, Berlin, Md., $200,000.

* New Beginnings, Lewiston, Maine, $132,138.
* Saginaw County Youth Protection Council, Saginaw, Mich., $100,000.

* Common Ground, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., $85,000.

* Ozone House, Ann Arbor, Mich., $80,000.

* Gateway Community Services, East Lansing, Mich., $95,117.

* Child and Family Services of the Upper Peninsula, Marquette, Mich., $80,000.

* Genesee County Youth Corp., Flint, Mich., $80,000.

* Catholic Family Services, Kalamazoo, Mich., $60,000.

* Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota, Duluth, $100,000.

* Youth In Need, St. Charles, Mo., $200,000.

* Boys Town of Missouri/Boys and Girls Town of Missouri, Springfield, $100,000.

* reStart, Kansas City, Mo., $100,000.

* Mississippi Children’s Home Society, Jackson, $97,299.

* Sally Kate Winters Family Services, West Point, Miss., $102,424.

* Youth Homes, Missoula, Mont., $67,516.

* Haven House, Raleigh, N.C., $179,000.

* With Friends, Gastonia, N.C., $101,339.

* CARING for Children, Asheville, N.C., $111,582.

* The Renaissance Education Group, Durham, N.C., $100,000.

* Mountain Plains Youth Services, Bismarck, N.D., $100,000.

* Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska, Gering, $200,000.

* Father Flanagan's Boys Home, Boys Town, Neb., $80,023.

* Ocean’s Harbor House, Toms River, N.J., $200,000.

* Somerset Home for Temporarily Displaced Children, Bridgewater, N.J., $200,000.

* Crossroads Program, Willingboro, N.J., $123,567.

* Youth Shelters and Family Services, Santa Fe, N.M., $95,000.

* Families and Youth, Las Cruces, N.M., $90,000.

* WestCare Nevada, Las Vegas, $185,667.

* Green Chimneys Children’s Services, Brewster, N.Y., $100,000.

* Hudson River Housing, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., $115,779.

* Family and Children’s Association, Mineola, N.Y., $100,000.

* The Salvation Army, West Nyack, N.Y., $65,000.

* Hillside Children’s Center, Rochester, N.Y., $100,000.

* Berkshire Farm Center and Services for the Youth, Canaan, N.Y., $102,605.

* Rockland County Youth Bureau, New City, N.Y., $180,000.

* Lighthouse Youth Services, Cincinnati, $200,000.

* Daybreak, Dayton, Ohio, $200,000.

* Bellefaire JCB, Shaker Heights, Ohio, $100,000.

* Lutheran Metropolitan Ministries, Cleveland, $123,311.

* The Boys & Girls Aid Society of Oregon, Hillsboro, $125,000.

* Janus Youth Programs, Portland, Ore., $98,704.

* Looking Glass Youth & Family Services, Eugene, Ore., $92,000.

* Valley Youth House Committee, Allentown, Pa., $200,000.

* Family Services, Altoona, Pa., $176,908.

* Centre County Youth Service Bureau, State College, Pa., $200,000.

* Centro De Servicios A La Juventud, Arecibo, P.R., $200,000.

* Urban League of Rhode Island, Providence, $182,878.

* Sumter County Council/Sumter Government, Sumter, S.C., $200,000.

* Volunteers of America, Dakotas, Sioux Falls, S.D., $110,937.

* Frontier Health, Gray, Tenn., $192,375.

* Montgomery County Youth Services, Conroe, Texas, $149,660.

* Youth and Family Alliance/LifeWorks, Austin, Texas, $200,000.

* Promise House, Dallas, $200,000.

* Grayson County Juvenile Alternatives, Sherman, Texas, $125,000.

* Harris County, Houston, $150,000.

* Salt Lake City County Division of Youth Services, South Salt Lake City, Utah, $164,007.

* Alternative House–The Abused and Homeless Children’s Refuge, Dunn Loring, Va., $200,000.

* City of Roanoke, Va., $93,603.

* Volunteer Emergency Families for Children, Richmond, Va., $100,000.

* Volunteers of America of Eastern Washington, Spokane, $100,000.

* Catholic Community Services of Western Washington, Aberdeen, $82,429.

* YFA Connections, Spokane, Wash., $89,911.

* Cocoon House, Everett, Wash., $85,000.

* Wisconsin Association for Runaway Services, Madison, $134,940.

* Walker’s Point Youth Services, Milwaukee, $147,853.

Street Outreach Program

*Catholic Community Resources/Fairbanks Counseling and Adoption, Fairbanks, Alaska, $100,000.

* Family Connection, Saginaw, Ala., $100,000.

* Open Inn, Tucson, Ariz., $100,000.

* Fresno County Economic Opportunities Commission, Fresno, Calif., $100,000.

* Los Angeles Youth Network, $100,000.

* Community Human Services, Monterey, Calif., $100,000.

* Individuals Now/Social Advocates for Youth, Santa Rosa, Calif., $100,000.

* Operation SafeHouse, Thousand Palms, Calif., $100,000.

* Mendocino Family and Youth Services, Ukiah, Calif., $100,000.

* Urban Peak Denver, $100,000.

* Youth and Family Alternatives, Bartow, Fla., $100,000.

* Manatee Children’s Services, Brandenton, Fla., $100,000.

* Anchorage Children’s Home of Bay County, Panama City, Fla., $100,000.

* Sanctuary Inc. of Guam, Chalan Pago, $100,000.

* The Salvation Army-Family Intervention Services, Hilo, Hawaii, $100,000.

* Project Oz, Bloomington, Ill., $100,000.

* Aunt Martha’s Youth Service Center, Olympia Fields, Ill., $100,000.

* Youth Service Bureau of Illinois Valley, Ottawa, Ill., $100,000.

* Wichita Children’s Home, Kan., $100,000.

* MASH Services of the Bluegrass, Lexington, Ky., $100,000.

* YMCA of Greater Louisville, Ky., $100,000.

*The Kennedy Center of Louisiana, Shreveport, $100,000.

* Brookline Community Mental Health Center, Mass., $100,000.

* Franklin County DIAL SELF, Greenfield, Mass., $100,000.

* Alternatives For Girls, Detroit, $100,000.

* Covenant House Michigan, Detroit, $100,000.

* Gateway Community Services, East Lansing, Mich., $100,000.

* Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota, Brainerd, $100,000.

* reStart, Kansas City, Mo., $100,000.

* Tumbleweed Runaway Program, Billings, Mont., $100,000.

* Haven House, Raleigh, N.C., $100,000.

* Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska, Gering, $100,000.

* Anchor House, Trenton, N.J., $100,000.

* Youth Development, Albuquerque, N.M., $100,000.

* Long Island Crisis Center, Bellmore, N.Y., $100,000.

* The Children’s Village, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., $100,000.

* Covenant House New York/Under 21, New York, $100,000.

* Hillside Children’s Center, Rochester, N.Y., $100,000.

* Specialized Alternatives for Families and Youth of Ohio/Safe Harbor, Delphos, $100,000.

* Sojourners Care Network, McArthur, Ohio, $100,000.

* Youth Services of Tulsa, Okla., $100,000.

* Valley Youth House Committee, Allentown, Pa., $97,089.

* Family Services, Altoona, Pa., $100,000.

* Catholic Social Services, Diocese of Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., $100,000.

* Child & Family Tennessee, Knoxville, $100,000.

* Promise House, Dallas, $100,000.

* Alternative House–The Abused and Homeless Children’s Refuge, Dunn Loring, Va., $100,000.

* Mother Seton House/Seton Youth Shelters, Virginia Beach, Va., $100,000.

* Spectrum Youth and Family Services, Burlington, Vt., $100,000.

* Washington County Youth Service Bureau/Boys & Girls Club, Montpelier, Vt., $100,000.

* Friends of Youth, Redmond, Wash., $100,000.

* Youth Services of Southern Wisconsin, Madison, $100,000.

* The Counseling Center of Milwaukee/Pathfinders, $100,000.

* SAFE Haven of Racine, Wis., $80,000.

Department of Justice

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

(202) 307-5911, www.ojjdp.ncjrs.org

Child Protection

* RAND Corp., Santa Monica, Calif., $300,000.

* Development Services Group, Bethesda, Md., $199,678.

* University of New Hampshire, Durham, $299,960.

* University of New Hampshire, Durham, $140,902.

* Girls Educational and Mentoring Services, New York, $275,000.

* Association of Missing and Exploited Children’s Organizations, Alexandria, Va., $225,000.

* National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Alexandria, Va., $250,000.

* Fox Valley Technical College, Appleton, Wis., $11.1 million.

Demonstration Programs

* Colorado Nonprofit Development Center, Denver, $600,000.

* The Regents of the University of Colorado, Denver, $249,999.

* National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., $500,000.

* Institute for Intergovernmental Research, Tallahassee, Fla. $1.7 million.

* Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill., $307,688.

* Education Development Center, Newton, Mass., $946,000.

* Development Services Group, Bethesda, Md., $400,000.

* University of Maryland-College Park, $249,999.

* University of Maryland-College Park, $250,000.

* Greene County, Springfield, Mo., $299,999.

* University of Montana, Missoula, $200,000.

* National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Reno, Nev., $600,000.

* New York State Unified Court System, Albany, $300,000.

* Hocking County Juvenile Court, Logan, Ohio, $300,000.

* University of Pittsburgh, Pa., $449,811.

* University of Pittsburgh, Pa., $249,996.

* CSR Inc., Arlington, Va., $50,000.

* Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America, Alexandria, Va., $30,000.

* ICF Inc., Fairfax, Va., $500,000.

* International Association of Chiefs of Police, Alexandria, Va., $399,995.

* National Association of Drug Court Professionals, Alexandria, Va., $30,000.

* University of Virginia, Charlottesville, $99,341.

National Mentoring

* Young Men's Christian Association of San Francisco, $7.1 million.

* Eisenhower Foundation, Washington, D.C., $9.1 million.

* Experience Corps, Washington, D.C., $2.8 million.

* Home Builders Institute, Washington, D.C., $9.9 million.

* Institute for Educational Leadership, Washington, D.C., $3.5 million.

* Nazarene Compassionate Ministries, Lenexa, Kan., $3.3 million.

* YouthBuild USA, Somerville, Mass., $8.8 million.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, Philadelphia, $1 million.

Family Drug Court Training and Technical Assistance Program

* Center for Children and Family Futures, Irvine, Calif., $399,686.

Juvenile Drug Courts

* Superior Court of California County of Ventura, $425,000.

* Colorado Judicial Department, Denver, $424,835.

* Cherokee Nation, Tahlequah, Okla., $425,000.

Improving Community Response to the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

* Alameda County Health Care Services Agency, San Leandro, Calif., $500,000.

* Kristi House, Miami, $500,000.

* Multnomah County, Portland, Ore., $500,000.

Mentoring Initiatives for Foster Care Youth

* Forget Me Not Children’s Services, Santa Rosa, Calif., $453,935.

* San Diego Youth Services, $500,000.

* San Francisco Unified School District, $500,000.

* Children’s Home Society of Florida, Winter Park, $166,660.

* Bagley Youth Development, College Park, Ga., $500,000.

* Metropolitan Family Services, Chicago, $453,935.

* Old Colony Y Services Corp., Brockton, Mass., $329,800.

* Sherburne County, Elk River, Minn., $444,527.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest, Portland, Ore., $453,935.

* The Guidance Center, Bradford, Pa., $453,713.

* Child & Family Services of Eastern Virginia, Norfolk, $500,000.

Promoting Child and Youth Safety: Community Initiatives and Public Awareness

* Children’s Institute, Los Angeles, $290,000.

* Merced Lao Family Community, Merced, Calif., $290,000.

* Public Health Institute, Oakland, Calif., $290,000.

* Denver Children’s Advocacy Center, $290,000.

* Youth Network Council, Chicago, $290,000.

* INOBTR, St. Louis, $1.6 million.

* Internet Keep Safe Coalition, Arlington, Va., $290,000.

Second Chance Act Youth Offender Re-entry Initiative

* City and County of San Francisco, $660,615.

* Louisiana Youth Services, Baton Rouge, $749,998.

* Baltimore City Health Department, $750,000.

* Oregon Youth Authority, Salem, $750,000.

* South Dakota Department of Corrections, Pierre, $749,559.

Second Chance Juvenile Mentoring Initiative

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware, Wilmington, $525,435.

* APEL Health Services Center, Jacksonville, Fla., $226,190.

* Cobb County Community Services Board, Smyrna, Ga., $428,990.

* Serve Our Youth, Pella, Iowa, $567,419.

* Heartland Alliance for Human Needs, Chicago, $450,239.

* Young Men’s Christian Association of Greater Indianapolis, $506,008.

* Covenant House New Orleans, $124,449.

* The Kennedy Center of Louisiana, Shreveport, $499,935

* Sullivan County, N.H., $186,440.

* Boys & Girls Clubs of Buffalo, N.Y., $567,419.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas, San Antonio, $625,000.

Strategic Enhancement to Mentoring Programs

* Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, Santa Barbara, Calif., $450,354.

* National Organization of Concerned Black Men, Washington, $453,935.

* Baptist Health System Foundation, Jacksonville, Fla., $325,727.

* Helping Services for Northeast Iowa, Decorah, Iowa, $492,651.

* Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Indiana, Gary, $500,000.

* Berea College, Berea, Ky., $499,997.          

* Board of Education St. Mary’s County, Leonardtown, Md., $251,956.

* Michigan Community Service Commission, Lansing, $494,893.

* Children of Promise, NYC, New York, $149,800.

* The Academy for Career Development, Rochester, N.Y., $354,318

* Cincinnati Youth Collaborative, $453,935.

* Metropolitan Family Service, Portland, Ore., $493,584.

* Big Brothers/Big Sisters of El Paso, Texas, $500,000.

Tribal Youth National Mentoring Program

* Boys and Girls Clubs of America, Atlanta, $1.9 million.

* Education Development Center, Newton, Mass., $1.3 million.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, Philadelphia, $1.9 million.

Department of Education

(800) 872-5327, www.ed.gov

Physical Education Program
* Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington, Del., $422,302.

* Future Foundation, East Point, Ga., $293,589.

* Maui Family YMCA, Maui, Hawaii, $376,748.

* CharitaBulls, Chicago, $476,930.

* Aspira of Illinois, Chicago, $396,997. 

* Young Men’s Christian Association of Southwest Illinois, Belleville, $206,150.

* YMCA of Greater Indianapolis, $576,768.

* St. Mary’s Medical Center Foundation, Evansville, Ind., $450,000.

* Boys and Girls Club of Marshfield, Mass., $201,339.

* Hampshire Educational Collaborative, Northampton, Mass., $474,224.

* Wayne State University, Detroit, $330,816.