Grants Awarded for November 2010

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Administration for Children and Families
Family and Youth Services Bureau
Washington, D.C.
(202) 401-5324
www.acf.hhs.gov

 

Basic Center Program

* Covenant House Alaska, Anchorage, $100,000.

* Youth Bridge Inc., Fayetteville, Ark., $200,000.

* Our Family Services Inc., Tucson, Ariz., $200,000.

* Alameda Family Services, Calif., $135,000.

* Berkeley Youth Alternatives, Calif., $100,000.

* Interface Children & Family Services, Camarillo, Calif., $168,000.

* Redwood Community Action Agency, Eureka, Calif., $129,746.

* Catholic Charities of Los Angeles Inc., $100,000.

* Contra Costa Health Services, Martinez, Calif., $131,026.

* Northern California Family Center, Martinez, $120,000.

* Operation SafeHouse Inc., Riverside, Calif., $123,924.

* Diogenes Youth Services Inc., Sacramento, Calif., $185, 800.

* San Diego Youth Services, $139,000.

* YMCA of San Diego County, $165,000.

* Larkin Street Youth Services, San Francisco, $184,000.

* Tahoe Youth & Family Services, South Lake Tahoe, Calif., $150,000.

* Family & Youth Services of San Joaquin County, Stockton, Calif., $100,000.

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

* Mendocino County Youth Project, Ukiah, Calif., $160,000.

* Urban Peak, Denver, $81,586.

* Family Tree Inc., Wheat Ridge, Colo., $103,367.

* The Council of Churches of Greater Bridgeport Inc., Conn., $140,000.

* Child Inc., Wilmington, Del., $82,287.

* SMA Behavioral Health Service Inc., Daytona Beach, Fla., $143,441.

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

* Arnette House Inc., Ocala, Fla., $120,000.

* Lutheran Services Florida Inc., Pensacola, $138,425.

* Family Resources Inc., Pinellas Park, Fla., $100,000.

* Sarasota Family Young Men’s Christian Association Inc., Fla., $132,500.

* Capital City Youth Services Inc., Tallahassee, Fla., $125,451.

* Lutheran Services Florida Inc., Tampa, $100,000.

* Open Arms Inc., Albany, Ga., $166,845.

* The Young Adult Guidance Center Inc., Atlanta, $200,000.

* Greenbriar Children’s Center Inc., Savannah, Ga., $105,184.

* Park Place Outreach Inc., Savannah, Ga., $200,000.

* Youth and Shelter Services Inc., Ames, Iowa, $130,831.

* Idaho Youth Ranch Inc., Boise, $119,210.

* Volunteers of America of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho, Boise, $101,197.

* Boys Town Chicago Inc., $150,000.

* Teen Living Program Inc., Chicago, $100,000.

* The Night Ministry, Chicago, $140,000.

* Children’s Home & Aid, Granite City, Ill., $169,616.

* Midwest Youth Services, Jacksonville, Ill., $100,000.

* Youth Service Bureau of Illinois Valley, Springfield, $120,000.

* Crisis Center Inc., A Youth Service Bureau, Gary, Ind., $150,000.

* Children’s Bureau Inc., Indianapolis, $150,000.

* Indiana Juvenile Justice Task Force Inc., Indianapolis, $99,814.

* Kansas Children’s Service League, Wichita, $141,459.

* Brighton Center Inc., Newport, Ky., $199,997.

* Baton Rouge Alliance for Transitional Living La., $141,600.

* Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Boston, $135,716.

* Center for Human Development Inc., Springfield, Mass., $100,000.

* Loving Arms Inc., Gwynn Oak, Md., $200,000.

* Cory Place Inc., Bay City, Mich., $100,000.

* Comprehensive Youth Services Inc., Mount Clemens, Mich., $100,000.

* Crisis Center Inc., Mount Pleasant, Mich., $94,000.

* Third Level Crisis Intervention Center Inc., Traverse City, Mich., $100,664.

* Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota, Brainerd, $49,916.

* The Bridge for Youth, Minneapolis, $168,496.

* Child Abuse and Neglect Emergency Shelter, Columbia, Mo., $139,402.

* Epworth Children & Family Services Inc., St. Louis, $200,000.

* Tumbleweed Runaway Program Inc., Billings, Mont., $132,484.

* The Relatives Inc., Charlotte, N.C., $150,000.

* Mountain Youth Resources Inc., Webster, N.C., $125,000.

* Catholic Social Services Diocese of Charlotte, N.C., Winston-Salem, $123,492.

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

* Child and Family Services of New Hampshire, Manchester, $105,875.

* Center for Family Services Inc., Camden, N.J., $175,163.

* Atlantic County Department of Human Services, Northfield, N.J., $185,163.

* Anchor House Inc., Trenton, N.J., $200,000.

* The Dreamtree Project Inc., Taos, N.M., $162,499.

* Tahoe Youth & Family Services, Gardenville, Nev., $121,162.

* The Children’s Cabinet Inc., Reno, Nev., $100,000.

* Equinox Inc., Albany, N.Y., $175,000.

* Compass House, Buffalo, N.Y., $175,000.

* Berkshire Farm Center and Services for Youth, Canaan, N.Y., $100,000.

* Family of Woodstock, Kingston, N.Y., $150,000.

* Honorehg Inc., Middletown, N.Y., $150,000.

* Huckleberry House, Inc., Columbus, Ohio, $200,000.

* Shelter Care Inc., Tallmadge, Ohio, $200,000.

* Toledo Area Ministries, Ohio, $150,000.

* Youth Services for Stephens County Inc., Duncan, Okla., $98,530.

* Payne County Youth Services Inc, Stillwater, Okla., $80,087.

* Youth Services of Tulsa, Okla., $77,708.

* Yamhill Community Action Partnership Inc., McMinnville, Ore., $80,000.

* Janus Youth Programs Inc., Portland, Ore., $100,000.

* PathWays PA Inc., Holmes, Pa., $200,000.

* Baptist Children’s Services, King of Prussia, Pa., $150,000.

* Youth Service Inc., Philadelphia, $200,000.

* Three Rivers Youth, Pittsburgh, $200,000.

*Catholic Social Services, Diocese of Scranton Inc., Wilkes-Barre, Pa., $198,817.

* Charleston Orphan House Inc., North Charleston, S.C., $150,000.

* Oasis Center Inc., Nashville, Tenn., $200,000.

* DePelchin Children’s Center, Houston, $164,731.

* Serving Children and Adolescents in Need Inc., Laredo, Texas, $126,000.

* Catholic Family Service Inc., Lubbock, Texas, $150,000.

* Connections Individual and Family Services Inc., New Braunfels, Texas, $186,643.

* George Gervin Youth Center Inc., San Antonio, $158,633.

* Roy Maas’ Youth Alternatives Inc., San Antonio, $200,000.

* Gulf Bend MHMR Center (Crossroads), Victoria, Texas, $150,000.

* Children’s Aid Society of West Texas Inc., Wichita Falls, $166,607.

* Volunteer Families, Richmond, Va., $100,000.

* Mother Seton House, Virginia Beach, Va., $180,000.

* Washington County Youth Service Bureau/Boys & Girls Club, Montpelier, Vt., $200,000.

* Northwest Youth Services, Bellingham, Wash., $150,688.

* Community Youth Services, Olympia, Wash., $128,000.

* Serenity House of Clallam County, Port Angeles, Wash., $97,868.

* YouthCare, Seattle, $150,000.

* Pathfinders Milwaukee Inc., $179,207.

* Safe Haven of Racine Inc., Wis., $136,162.

* Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan Inc., Sheboygan, Wis., $61,492.

* Youth Services System Inc., Wheeling, W.V., $158,043.

* Fremont County Group Homes, Riverton, Wyo., $100,000.

 

Mentoring Children of Prisoners Program

* Teens Empowerment Awareness with ResolutionS Inc. (TEARS), Phenix City, Ala., $210,000.

* Choosing to Excel, Conway, Ark., $200,000.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona, Phoenix, $200,000.

* Neighborhood Ministries Inc., Phoenix, $206,742.

* Family Support Services of the Bay Area, Alameda, Calif., $200,000.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ventura County Inc., Camarillo, Calif., $214,363.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central California, Fresno, $340,017.

*Amador Tuolumne Community Action Agency, Jackson, Calif., $330,000.

* Foundation for Second Chances, Los Angeles, $228,651.

* Volunteers of America of Los Angeles, $215,000.

* Youth Justice Institute, Oakland, Calif., $225,000.

* YMCA of San Diego County, $280,000.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area, San Francisco, $240,000.

* Tahoe Youth & Family Services, South Lake Tahoe, Calif., $202,339.

* Fighting Back Partnership, Vallejo, Calif., $214,770.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado Inc., Denver, $250,000.

* Family Re-Entry Inc., Norwalk, Conn., $209,154.

* National Alliance of Faith and Justice Inc., Washington, D.C., $200,215.

* Life to the Max Inc., Fruitland Park, Fla., $250,000.

* Children’s Home Society of Florida, Western Division, Pensacola, $270,000.

* Rockledge Church of God – Faith Temple Christian Center, Rockledge, Fla., $250,000.

* Children’s Home Society of Florida Inc., West Palm Beach, $200,000.

* Unity Family Community Center Inc., Williston, Fla., $200,000.

* Institute for Community and Organizational Development Inc., Athens, Ga., $300,000.

* Union Mission Inc., Savannah, Ga.

* Honolulu Community Action Program, Inc., Hawaii, $240,000.

* Chicago Youth Centers, $225,000.

* The Children’s Place, Chicago, $200,000.

* Youth Horizons Inc., Wichita, Kan., $200,000.

* Covington Independent Public Schools, Ky., $200,000.

* The National Committee on Youth, Covington, Ky., $200,000.

* Kentucky State University, Frankfort, $227,400.

* Lexington Leadership Foundation, Ky., $220,000.

* Face to Face Enrichment Center, Gonzalez, La., $263,579.

* The Wellspring Alliance for Families Inc., Monroe, La., $249,930.

* Volunteers of America of Greater New Orleans Inc., $496,072.

* Supportive Integrated Services, Shreveport, La., $200,000.

* L.U.K. Crisis Center, Inc., Fitchburg, Mass., $207,400.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass/Metrowest, Worcester, Mass., $202, 527.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of the National Capital Area, Lanham, Md., $550,000.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of Frederick County, Md., $204,542.

* Alternatives for Girls, Detroit, $200,000.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Detroit, $275,000.

* D.A. Blodgett – St. John’s Big Brothers Big Sisters Program, Grand Rapids, Mich., $200,000.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Twin Cities, St. Paul, Minn., $250,000.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri, St. Louis, $380,250.

* Douglass Community Services, Hannibal, Mo., $200,000.

* Jackson County Family Court Services, Kansas City, Mo., $213,997.

* Assemblies of God Chaplaincy, Springfield, Mo., $200,000.

* Child Abuse Prevention Center, Gulfport, Miss., $215,000.

* Youth Focus Inc., Greensboro, N.C., $202,500.

* Chatham County Together! Siler City, N.C., $200,000.

* Morris County Prevention is Key Inc., Rockaway, N.J., $272,160.

* Youth Development Inc., Albuquerque, N.M., $300,000.

* Children of Promise, NYC, Brooklyn, $211,935.

* Be-A-Friend Program Inc., Buffalo, N.Y., $535,698.

* Leadership Training Inc., Hempstead, N.Y., $454,958.

* In Arms Reach Inc., New York, $200,904.

* New York City Mission Society, $200,000.

* Compeer Rochester Inc., N.Y., $251,387.

* Volunteers of America of Western New York Inc., Rochester, N.Y., $208,595.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma Inc., Tulsa, $491,507.

* Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma, Tulsa, $200,000.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest, Pella, Ore., $203,168.

* Youth Impact, Salem, Ore., $200,000.

* Volunteers of America Inc., Harrisburg, Pa., $287,947.

* Big Sisters of Rhode Island, Cranston, $303,364.

* Rhode Islanders Sponsoring Education (RISE), Providence, $225,000.

*Clemson University, S.C., $400,000.

* Sunbelt Human Advancement Resources Inc., Greenville, S.C., $241,365.

* Knoxville Leadership Foundation, Tenn., $250,000.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee, Nashville, $1,000,000.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of El Paso, Texas, $200,000.

* Community Solutions of El Paso Inc., El Paso, Texas, $200,306.

* Change Happens! El Paso, Texas, $300,000.

* Deep East Texas Council of Governments, Jasper, $200,000.

* Serving Children and Adolescents in Need Inc., Laredo, Texas, $200,000.

* INMED Partnership for Children, Ashburn, Va., $205,835.

* Rappahannock Big Brothers Big Sisters, Fredericksburg, Va., $200,000.

* New Jubilee Educational and Family Life Center Inc., Richmond, Va., $200,000.

* Goodwill Industries of the Inland Northwest, Spokane, Wash., $220,000.

* Word of Hope Ministries Inc., Milwaukee, $200,000.

* The Children’s Home Society of West Virginia, Charleston, $206,227.

 

Statewide Mentoring Children of Prisoners Program ($1,500,000)

* Alabama Department of Child Abuse Prevention, Montgomery.

* Children’s Home Society of Florida Inc., Winter Park.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters Metro Atlanta.

* Volunteers in Prevention, Probation and Prisons Inc., Detroit.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ulster County, Kingston, NY.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio, Columbus.

* Big Brothers Big Sisters Association of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

* Big Brothers Big Sister Services of South Texas, San Antonio.

* Big Brothers Big Sister Services Inc., Richmond, Va.

 

Street Outreach Program

* Alaska Youth and Parent Foundation, Anchorage, $100,000.

* Covenant House Alaska, Anchorage, $100,000.

* Tennessee Valley Family Services Inc., Guntersville, Ala., $100,000.

* Our Family Services Inc., Tucson, Ariz., $150,000.

* Redwood Community Action Agency, Eureka, Calif., $100,000.

* First Change Y/ChHOW, Redlands, Calif., $100,000.

* Operation Safehouse Inc., Riverside, Calif., $100,000.

* San Diego Youth Services, $150,000.

* Larkin Street Youth Services, San Francisco, $125,000.

* Bill Wilson Center, Santa Clara, Calif., $100,000.

* The Council of Churches of Greater Bridgeport, Conn., $100,000.

* Women and Families Center, Meridian, Conn., $100,000.

* Youth Continuum, Inc., New Haven, Conn., $124,915.

* Sasha Bruce Youthwork Inc., Washington, D.C., $170,000.

* The Village South Inc., Miami, $100,000.

* Family Resources Inc., Pinellas Park, Fla., $100,000.

* Children’s Home Security of Florida, Port St. Lucie, $150,000.

* Florida Keys Children’s Center, Tavernier, $100,000.

* Safe Harbor Children’s Center Inc., Brunswick, Ga., $100,000.

* Hawaii Youth Services Network, Honolulu, $100,000.

* United Action for Youth, Iowa City, $100,000.

* Mental Health Center of Champaign City Inc., Champaign, Ill., $100,000.

* Teen Living Programs Inc., Chicago, $100,000.

* The Night Ministry, Chicago, $150,000.

* Youth Outreach Services, Chicago, $100,000.

* TLC for Children and Families Inc., Olathe, Kan., $100,000.

* Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Boston, $175,000.

* L.U.K. Crisis Center Inc., Fitchburg, Mass., $110,000.

* Wayside Youth and Family Support Network, Framingham, Mass., $100,000.

* Shaw House Inc., Bangor, Maine, $100,000.

* New Beginnings Inc., Lewiston, Maine, $103,000.

* Common Ground, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., $100,000.

* Arbor Circle Corp., Grand Rapids, Mich., $125,000.

* Catholic Family Services, Kalamazoo, Mich., $110,000.

* Comprehensive Youth Services Inc., Mount Clemens, Mich., two grants, $105,000 and $110,000.

* Third Level Crisis Intervention Center Inc., Traverse City, Mich., $100,000.

* The Evergreen House, Bemidji, Minn., $100,000.

* Youthlink, Minneapolis, $100,000.

* Face to Face Health and Counseling Service Inc., St. Paul, Minn., $100,000.

* The Kitchen Inc., Springfield, Mo., $123,915.

* Youth in Need Inc., St. Charles, Mo., $100,000.

* Epworth Children and Family Services Inc., St. Louis, Mo., $100,000.

* Cedars Youth Services, Lincoln, Neb., $100,000.

* Youth Emergency Services, Omaha, Neb., $150,000.

* Child and Family Services of New Hampshire, Manchester, $100,000.

* Somerset Home for Temporarily Displaced Children, Bridgewater, N.J., $100,000.

* Center for Family Services, Camden, N.J., $115,000.

* Ocean’s Harbor House, Toms River, N.J., $100,000.

* Westcare Nevada Inc., Las Vegas, $100,000.

* Equinox Inc., Albany, N.Y., $125,000.

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

* Compass House, Buffalo, N.Y., $100,000.

* Oswego County Opportunities Inc., Fulton, N.Y., $150,000.

* Ali Forney Center, New York, $150,000.

* The Door – A Center of Alternatives Inc., New York, $175,000.

* SAFE Inc. of Schenectady, N.Y., $100,000.

* Salvation Army, Syracuse, N.Y., $100,000.

* Huckleberry House Inc. Columbus, Ohio, $100,000.

* Daybreak Inc., Dayton, Ohio. $125,000.

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

* Toledo Area Ministries, Ohio, $100,000.

* Youth and Family Services of Canadian County Inc., El Reno, Okla., $100,000.

* Looking Glass Youth and Family Services Inc., Eugene, Ore., $150,000.

* Community Action Agency of Yamhill County, McMinnville, Ore., $100,000.

* Community Works Inc., Medford, Ore., $34,574.

* Northwest Human Services, Salem, Ore., $100,000.

* Persad Center Inc., Pittsburgh, $104,411.

* Sea Haven Inc., North Myrtle Beach, S.C., $105,100.

* Volunteers of America Dakotas, Sioux Falls, S.D., $99,650.

* Oasis Center Inc., Nashville, Tenn., $100,000.

* Youth and Family Alliance, Austin, Texas, $150,000.

* Montgomery County Youth Services Inc., Conroe, Texas, $100,000.

* All Church Home for Children Inc., Fort Worth, Texas, $100,000.

* The Children’s Center, Galveston, Texas, $100,000.

* Covenant House Texas, Houston, $100,000.

* Serving Children and Adolescents in Need, Laredo, Texas, $100,000.

* Volunteers of America, Utah, Salt Lake City, $105,000.

* Mother Seton House Inc., Virginia Beach, Va., $100,000.

* Youthcare, Seattle, $175,000.

* Wisconsin Association for Runaway Services, Madison, $100,000.

* Walkers Point Youth and Family Center, Milwaukee, $100,000.

 

Initiative to Reduce Long-term Foster Care (Up to $2.5 million per year for up to five years)

* University of Kansas Center for Research Inc., Lawrence.

* California Department of Social Services, Sacramento.

* Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center.

* Arizona Department of Economic Security, Phoenix.

* Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, Chicago.

* Washoe County Department of Social Services, Reno, Nev.

 

Tribal Title IV-E Development Grants (Up to $300,000 total for a project period of two years)

* The Chickasaw Nation, Ada, Okla.

* Yurok Tribe, Del Norte, Calif.

* Shosone-Bannock Tribes, Fort Hall, Idaho.

* Lummi Nation, Bellingham, Wash.

 

National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect (Up to $675,000 per year for up to four years)

* Cornell University, Family Life Development Center, Ithaca, N.Y.

 

National Resource Center for Programs Serving Abandoned Infants, Infants at Risk of Abandonment, and Infants at Risk of Maltreatment and their Families ($.1 million)
* The Regents of the University of California-Berkeley.

 

Diligent Recruitment of Families for Children in the Foster Care System (Up to $400,000 per year for up to 5 years)

* Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, Austin.

* Michigan State Department of Human Services – Oakland County, Lansing.

* State of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

* Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services.

* Mississippi Department of Human Services, Jackson.

* Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, Chicago.

* Clark County Department of Family Services, Las Vegas.

 

Statewide Family Network Grants

* New Mexico Family Network

, Albuquerque, $70,000.

* Iowa Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health, Anamosa, $70,000.

* The Family Café Inc., Tallahassee, Fla., $70,000.

* Families as Advocates, Springfield, Mo., $70,000.

* North Carolina Families United, Greensboro, $70,000.

* Nevada P.E.P. Inc., Las Vegas, $60,000.

* Allies with Families, Salt Lake City, $60,000.

* Maine Parent Federation Inc., Augusta, $70,000.

* Minnesota Statewide Family Networks, Minneapolis, $70,000.

* Family Support Network, Billings, Mont., $70,000.

* United Advocates for Children & Families, Sacramento, Calif., $70,000.

* Idaho Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health, Boise, $70,000.

* Wisconsin Family Ties Inc., Madison, $70,000.

* Nebraska Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health, Hastings, $70,000.

* Alabama Family Ties Inc., Montgomery, $60,000.

* Federation of Families of South Carolina, Columbia, $70,000.

* Louisiana Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health, Baton Rouge, $70,000.

* The Federation of Families for Children, Denver, $70,000.

* UPLIFT, Cheyenne, Wyo., $70,000.

* Association for Children’s Mental Health, Lansing, Mich., $70,000.

* Tennessee Voices for Children Inc., Nashville, $70,000.

* Parent Support Network of Rhode Island, Johnston, $70,000.

* Granite State Federation of Families Inc., Manchester, N.H., $70,000.

* Keys for Networking Inc., Topeka, Kan., $69,999.

* Families Together in New York State Inc., Albany, $70,000.

* Alaska Youth and Family Network, Anchorage, $70,000.

* Mississippi Families as Allies Inc., Jackson, $70,000.

* Parent/Professional Advocacy League, Boston, $70,000.

* Family Action NTW of Lake County Inc., Hammond, Ind., $70,000.

* Maryland Coalition of Families for Children’s Mental Health, Columbia, $70,000.

* Vermont Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health, Waterbury, $70,000.

* Pennsylvania Families Inc., Templeton, $70,000.

* Georgia Parent Support Network Inc., Atlanta, $70,000.

* Mentally Ill Kids in Distress, Phoenix, $60,000.

* NAMI of Connecticut Inc., Hartford, $70,000.

* Kentucky Partnership for Families & Children, Frankfort, $70,000.

* Texas Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health, Converse, $70,000.

* Oklahoma Federation of Families for Youth, Washington, Okla., $60,000.