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FY 2000 Children's Bureau Competitive Discretionary Grant Awards

Published: December 31, 2000
Categories:
Funding
Topics:
Grants
Tags:
, Discretionary Grants and Cooperative Agreements

Adoption Opportunities

Increasing Inter-jurisdictional Adoption: Implementation Demonstrations, 3 years, $250,000 per year maximum award

  • Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services, Austin, Texas
  • Independent Adoption Center, Pleasant Hill, California
  • Colorado Department of Human Services, Denver, Colorado
  • Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska, Juneau, Alaska
  • South Carolina Department of Social Services, Columbia, South Carolina

Innovations Increasing Adoptive Placements of Hispanic/Latino Children, 3 years, $250,000 per year maximum award

  • The Adoption Exchange, Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • Aid to Adoption of Special Kids-Arizona, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Catholic Charities/Catholic Family Services, Hartford, Connecticut
  • Depelchin Children's Center, Houston, Texas
  • Family Builders by Adoption, Oakland, California
  • Latino Family Institute, Inc. West Covina, California
  • New York Council on Adoptable Children, Inc., New York, New York
  • Urban League of Rhode Island, Inc., Providence, Rhode Island

Leadership Development: Parent Support Groups, 3 years, $300,000 per year maximum award

  • Parent Support for Foster Parents: Professional Association of Treatment Homes, St. Paul, Minnesota
  • Parent Support for Adoptive Parents: North American Council on Adoptable Children, St. Paul, Minnesota
  • Parent Support for Relative Caregivers: Generations United, Washington D.C.

Innovations to Increase Permanency Options for Children in Kinship Care, 3 years, $300,000 per year maximum award

  • Arizona's Children Association, Tucson, Arizona
  • Bellefaire Jewish Children's Bureau, Shaker Heights, Ohio
  • Depelchin Children's Center, Houston, Texas
  • Edgewood Center for Children and Families, San Francisco, California
  • Institute for Black Parenting, Inglewood, California
  • Southern California Indian Center, Inc., Garden Grove, California
  • Spaulding for Children, Inc., Southfield, Michigan

Knowledge Development for Concurrent Planning, 3 years, $300,000 per year maximum award

  • Bellefaire Jewish Children's Bureau, Shaker Heights, Ohio
  • The Center for Adoption Support and Education, Inc., Silver Spring, Maryland
  • Children's Friend and Service, Providence, Rhode Island
  • Lutheran Social Service of Kansas and Oklahoma, Inc., Wichita, Kansas
  • The Salvation Army, Syracuse, New York

Collaborations Between Child Welfare Agencies and Court Systems To Facilitate Timely Adoptions, 3 years, $200,000 per year maximum award

  • Alaska Court System, Anchorage, Alaska
  • The Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Center for Human Development, Inc., Springfield, Massachusetts
  • Circuit Court for Baltimore City, Baltimore, Maryland
  • D.C. Superior Court, Washington D.C.
  • Florida Department of Children and Families, District 3, Gainesville, Florida
  • North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts, Raleigh, North Carolina
  • North American Indian Legal Services, Inc., Lakewood, Colorado
  • Spaulding for Children, Houston, Texas
  • State of Iowa Court Administration, Des Moines, Iowa

Innovative Approaches to Expediting Permanence and Implementing ASFA, 3 years, $300,000 per year maximum award

  • Anoka County, Anoka, Minnesota
  • Beech Brook, Cleveland, Ohio
  • Elizabeth Lund Home/dba Lund Family Center, Burlington, Vermont
  • Family Services, Inc., Providence, Rhode Island
  • Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, Springfield, Illinois
  • New Jersey Department of Human Services, Trenton, New Jersey
  • United Methodist Family Services of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia

Child Abuse and Neglect

Consortium for Longitudinal Studies of Child Maltreatment Projects (LONGSCAN), 5 years, $500,000 per year for the coordinating center, $250,000 per year for each of the five sites

Coordinating Center: University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Sites:

Juvenile Protective Association, Chicago, Illinois
San Diego State University Foundation, San Diego, California
University of Maryland - Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, Olympia, Washington

National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect , 5 years, $500,000 per year maximum award

  • Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

Fellowships for University-Based Doctoral Candidates and Faculty in the Fields of Human Services, Medicine, or Law for Investigator-Initiated Research in Child Abuse and Neglect, 17 months, $25,000 for one faculty member and $18,750 per student for up to four students, maximum award of up to $100,000 per university applicant

  • The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois
  • The Regents of the University of California, Davis, California
  • University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
  • University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida
  • University of Oklahoma Health Sciences, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Pilot Test a Child Abuse and Neglect Research Data Collection Instrument 17 months, $50,000 maximum award

  • Department of Social and Health Services, Olympia, Washington
    University of Texas, Austin, Texas

National Network of Mutual Support/Self-Help Programs in Partnership with Communities, 4 years, $500,000 per year maximum award

  • Prevent Child Abuse America, Chicago, Illinois

Child Welfare Training

Training of Child Welfare Practitioners to Work Effectively with Youth Transitioning Out of Foster Care through the Federal Independent Living Program, 3 years, $200,000 per year maximum award

  • Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan
  • Fordham University, Bronx, New York
  • The Research Foundation of the State University of New York, Albany, New York
  • San Diego State University Foundation, San Diego, California
  • San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California
  • Trustees of Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts
  • University of Denver, Denver, Colorado
  • University of Kansas Center for Research, Inc., Lawrence, Kansas
  • University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
  • University of Oklahoma, Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina
  • University of Southern Maine, Portland, Maine

Training for Managers and Supervisors to Enhance Their Capability to Understand and to Implement the Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997, 3 years, $200,000 per year maximum award

  • Portland State University, Portland, Oregon
  • University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois
  • University of Kansas Center for Research, Inc., Lawrence, Kansas
  • University of Southern Maine, Portland, Maine
  • University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas

Training of Child Welfare Agency Supervisors , 3 years, $200,000 per year maximum award

  • Fordham University, Bronx, New York
  • Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois
  • Regents of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • State University of New Jersey, Rutgers, Piscataway, New Jersey
  • University of Louisville Research Foundation, Louisville, Kentucky
  • University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
  • University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Green Bay, Wisconsin

Professional Education for Current and Prospective Public Child Welfare Practitioners Leading to Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Degrees, 3 years, $75,000 per year maximum award

  • Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
  • Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois
  • Jackson State University, Jackson, Mississippi
  • Marygrove College, Detroit, Michigan
  • Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
  • Norfolk State University, Norfolk, Virginia
  • Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York
  • San Diego State University Foundation, San Diego, California
  • University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
  • University of Maine, Orono, Maine
  • University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
  • University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Green Bay, Wisconsin
  • Wheelock College, Boston, Massachusetts

Abandoned Infants

Support for Previous Comprehensive Service Demonstration Projects 4 years, $450,000 per year maximum award

  • Alianza Dominicana, Inc., New York, New York
  • Bienvenidos Children's Center Inc., Altadena, California
  • Children's Home Society of Florida, Inc., Miami, Florida
  • Children's Mercy Hospital and Clinics, Kansas City, Missouri
  • Consortium for Child Welfare, Washington DC
  • Department of Human Services, Trenton, New Jersey
  • Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia
  • The Health Federation of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, Springfield, Illinois
  • University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

Support for New Comprehensive Service Demonstration Projects, 4 years, $450,000 per year maximum award

  • State of Connecticut Department of Children and Families, Hartford, Connecticut
  • Women and Infants Hospital of Rhode Island, Providence, Rhode Island

Family Support Services for Grandparents and Other Relatives Providing Caregiving for Children and Substance Abusing and HIV-Positive Women, 4 years, $100,000 per year maximum award

  • Baltimore Pediatric HIV Program, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland
  • The Family Center, Inc., New York, New York
  • New York Council on Adoptable Children, New York, New York

Recreational Services for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS, 4 years, $100,000 per year maximum award

  • The Family Center, Inc., New York, New York
  • Haitian American Public Health Initiative, Mattapan, Massachusetts
  • Nazareth College of Rochester, Rochester, New York

Statutory Authority for these programs:

Adoption Opportunities: Title II of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment and Adoption Reform Act of 1978, as amended, [42 USC 5111] CFDA: 93.652 Child Welfare Training: Section 426 of title IV-B, Subpart 1, of the Social Security Act, as amended, [42 USC 626] CFDA: 93.648

Promoting Safe and Stable Families: Section 430 of title IV-B, Subpart 2, of the Social Security Act, as amended, [42 USC 629] CFDA: 93.556

Child Abuse and Neglect: Section 104 of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act, as amended [42 USC 5101 et seq.] CFDA: 93.670

Abandoned Infants: Section 101 of the Abandoned Infants Assistance Act, as amended [42 USC 670 note] CFDA: 93.551