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FY 2001 Children's Bureau Competitive Discretionary Grant Awards

Published: December 31, 2001
Categories:
Funding
Topics:
Grants
Tags:
, Discretionary Grants and Cooperative Agreements

This document provides a list of Children's Bureau discretionary grants and cooperative agreements awarded in fiscal year 2001:

2001A: Adoption Opportunities (approximately $3.1 million)

2001A.1 Achieving Increased Adoptive Placements For Children in Foster Care - $250,000 each year for 3 years

  • Cherokee Nation, Tahlequah, Oklahoma
  • The Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, Cass Lake, Minnesota
  • Missouri Department of Social Services, Jefferson City, Missouri
  • New York State Office of Children and Family Services, Rennsselaer, New York

2001A.2 Field Initiated Demonstration Projects Advancing the State of the Art in the Adoption Field - $250,000 each year for 4 years

  • Arizona's Children Association, Tucson, Arizona
  • Center for Family Connections, Inc. Middlesex, Massachusetts
  • Institute for Black Parenting, Carson, California
  • La Familia, Inc. Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • Northeast Ohio Adoption Services, Warren, Ohio
  • PACT, An Adoption Alliance, Richmond, California
  • Prince George's County Department of Social Services, Landover, Maryland
  • You Gotta Believe! The Older Child Adoption and Permanency Movement, Inc. Brooklyn, New York

2001A.3 Quality Improvement Centers on Adoption
year 1=$175,000, years 2,3,4 & 5=$500,000 per year

  • United Methodist Family Services of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia

2001A.4 Evaluations of Existing Adoption Programs
$100,000 each year for 3 years

  • Beech Brook, Cleveland, Ohio
  • Division of Child and Family Services, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan

2001B: Child Abuse and Neglect (approximately $3.8 million)

2001B.1 National Resource Center on Child Maltreatment
$700,000 each year for two years

  • Child Welfare Institute, Duluth, Georgia

2001B.2 Investigator-Initiated Research Advancing the State of the Art in the Child Abuse and Neglect Field
$250,000 each year for 3 years

  • The Board ofTrustees of the University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois
  • Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina
  • New York University School of Medicine, New York, New York
    University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, Colorado
  • University of Rochester, Rochester, New York
  • University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California
  • University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

2001B.3 Field-initiated Demonstration Projects Advancing the State of the Art in the Child Abuse and Neglect Field - $250,000 each year for 4 years

  • American Prosecutors Research Institute, Alexandria, Virginia
  • Center for Child Protection and Family Support, Inc., Washington, DC
  • Children's Institute International, Los Angeles, California
  • Children's Hospital and Health Center, San Diego, California
  • Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • YMCA of San Diego County, San Diego, California
  • Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, New York
  • University of Maryland-Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland

2001B.4 Quality Improvement Centers on Child Protective Services -
year 1=$175,000, years 2,3,4 & 5= $500,000 per year

  • American Humane Association, Englewood, Colorado
  • University of Kentucky Research Foundation, Lexington, Kentucky
  • University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

2001B.5 Evaluations of Existing Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention or Intervention Programs
$100,000 each year for 3 years

  • The Research Foundation of State University of New York, Albany, New York

2001C: Abandoned Infants (approximately $4.2 million)

2001C.1 Support for Previous Comprehensive Service Demonstration Projects
$450,000 each year for 4 years

  • Arbor Circle Corporation, Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • Child and Family Services of Knox County, Inc., Knoxville, Tennessee
  • Children's Hospital, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Children's Institute International, Los Angeles, California
  • The Family Center, New York, New York
  • Leake and Watts Services, Inc., Yonkers, New York
  • Mount St. Joseph-St. Elizabeth, San Francisco, California
  • Protestant Community Centers, Inc., Newark, New Jersey

2001C.2 Support for New Comprehensive Service Demonstration Projects -
$450,000 per year for 4 years

  • no awards

2001C.3 Family Support Services for Grandparents and Other Relatives Providing Caregiving for Children of Substance Abusing and HIV-Positive Women - $100,000 each year for 4 years

  • Family Support Services of the Bay Area, Oakland, California
  • Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia
  • New York Council on Adoptable Children, New York, New York
  • University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia
  • Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

2001C.4 Recreational Services for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS - $100,000 each year for 4 years

  • Families and Children's AIDS Network, Chicago, Illinois

2001D: Child Welfare (approximately $1.6 million)

2001D.1 Demonstration Sites: Building Analytical Capacity For Child Welfare Programs in State Systems - $250,000 each year for 3 years

  • Department of Human Services, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • Nevada Division of Children, Youth and Families, Carson City, Nevada
  • Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families, Providence, Rhode Island

2001D.2 Mentor Sites: Building Analytical Capacity For Child Welfare Programs in State Systems - $150,000 per year for 3 years

  • Arkansas Department of Human Services, Little Rock, Arkansas
  • Department of Children, Youth and Families, Springfield, Illinois