Grants Awarded for November 2009

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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.

• 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.

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

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

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

• 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.

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

• 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.

• 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.

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

• Aunt Martha’s Youth Service Center, Olympia Fields, 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.

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

• 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.

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

• 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.

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

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

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

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

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

• 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.

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

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

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

• 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.

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

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

• Valley Youth House Committee, Allentown, Pa., $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.

• 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.

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

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

• 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.

• 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.

• 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.

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

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

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

• Brookline Community Mental Health Center, Mass., $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.

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

• The Children’s Village, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., $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.

• 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.

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

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

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

Department of Justice

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

(202) 307-5911, www. http://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.

Juvenile Drug Courts

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

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

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

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.