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FY 2002 Children's Bureau Competitive Discretionary Grant Awards

Published: December 31, 2002
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 2002:

2002A: Adoption Opportunities (approximately $8,400,000)

2002A.1 Developing Projects for Increasing Adoptive Placement of Minority Children - up to $300,000 each year for three years

  • Loving Homes, Inc., Denver, Colorado
  • Adoptions Together, Inc., Silver Spring, Maryland
  • Another Choice for Black Children, Inc., Charlotte, North Carolina
  • DePelchin Children's Center, Houston, Texas

2002A.2 Developing Projects For Post-Legal Adoption Services - up to $300,000 each year for three years

  • Lutheran Social Services of Kansas and Oklahoma, Inc., Wichita, Kansas
  • Coordinators/2, Inc., Richmond, Virginia
  • Center for Family Connections, Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • Easter Seals NH/VT, Inc., Berlin, Vermont
  • Every Child, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Family Resources, Inc., Davenport, Iowa

2002A.3 Developing Projects off Respite Care as a Service For Families who Adopt Children with Special Needs - up to $300,000 each year for 3 years

  • Family Support Services of the Bay Area, Oakland, California
  • Office of Community Services, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • Bienvenidos Family Services, Los Angeles, California
  • Illinois Dept. of Children and Family Services, Springfield, Illinois

2002A.4 National Adoption Internet Photolisting Service - AdoptUSKids, The National Adoption Information Exchange System, and Special Needs Adoption Recruitment and Adoptive Family Support Project - up to $4,439,000 each year for 5 years

  • Adoption Exchange Association, Denver, Colorado

2002B: Abandoned Infants (approximately $700,000)

2002B.1 National Resource Center For Programs Serving Abandoned Infants and Infants at Risk of Abandonment and their Families - up to $700,000 each year for four years

  • Regents of the University of California, Berkeley, California

2002C: Child Abuse and Neglect: Community-Based Family Resource and Support Program (approximately $1,078,350)

2002C.1 National Resource Center For Community-Based Family Resource and Support Programs - up to $1,075,000 each year for two years

  • Family Support America, Chicago, Illinois

2002C.2 Grants to Tribes, Tribal Organizations, and Migrant Programs For Community-Based Family Resource and Support Programs - up to $109,450 each year for three years

  • Migrant Health Promotion, Saline, Michigan
  • Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Inc., Anchorage, Alaska
  • Indian Township Tribal Government, Princeton, Maine
  • Southern California Indian Center, Inc. Los Angeles, California