General Departmental Sexual Risk Avoidance Education (SRAE) Program Grantee Profiles

Publication Date: February 9, 2021

General Departmental SRAE Grantees, FY2020

Arizona Youth Partnership
Grantee website: https://azyp.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 7575 W. Twin Peaks Rd., Ste. 165, Tucson, AZ 85743
Phone: (520) 744-9595
Award Amount: $445,834

The Arizona Youth Partnership provides services to 7,500 youth in grades 6—8 in 14 public and charter middle schools in three Arizona counties: Gila, Graham, and Pima. The program utilizes the Choosing the Best curriculum, which is followed by the Choosing Your Future application activity for youth.

Be Strong International
Grantee website: https://www.bestrongintl.org/ Visit disclaimer page  
Address: 9730 E. Hibiscus St., Ste. B, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157
Phone: (305) 969-7829
Award Amount: $445,834

Be Strong International delivers the REAL Essentials curriculum to 2,625 youth ages 10—19 in school and community settings. There are seven implementation sites in Miami-Dade County and Broward County: Richmond Middle School, Cutler Bay Middle School, Miami Norland Senior High, Mater Academy Middle High Charter School, South Miami Middle School, South Plantation Senior High School, and Miami Bridge Community Center.

Catholic Charities Community Services, Inc.
Grantee website: https://www.catholiccharitiesaz.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 4747 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85013-2401    
Phone: (602) 285-1999
Award Amount: $370,766

Catholic Charities Community Services, Inc., uses the Choosing the Best curriculum to serve youth ages 12—18 in grades 6—12 in Chandler, Gilbert, Peoria, Goodyear, Phoenix, and Glendale, in Maricopa County.  

The Center for Relationship Education
Grantee website: https://www.myrelationshipcenter.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 8101 E. Belleview Ave., Ste. G, Denver, CO 80237-2901
Phone: (720) 488-8888
Award Amount: $445,718

The Center for Relationship Education provides the REAL Essentials Advance curriculum to 2,700 youth ages 15—19 in grades 9—11 at six Denver charter high schools. 

Change Happens
Grantee Website: https://www.changehappenstx.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 3353 Elgin St., Houston, TX 77004-3531
Phone: (713) 374-1285
Award Amount: $445,834

Change Happens serves 1,500 youth in Harris, Angelina, and Nacogdoches Counties in Texas. The grantee serves youth ages 15—19 with the Love Notes 3.0 Sexual Risk Avoidance Adaptation (SRA) Evidence-Based Program (EBP) curriculum.

Child & Family Resources, Inc. 
Grantee Website: https://www.childfamilyresources.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 2800 E. Broadway Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85716-5310
Phone: (520) 881-8940
Award Amount: $445,834

Child & Family Resources, Inc., serves 600 middle school aged youth in Tucson Unified School District's Mexican American Student Services and Sunnyside Unified School District in Pima County. Go Grrrls curriculum is used in a school setting. 

Children’s Council 
Grantee Website: Not provided
Address: 1611 Pageland Hwy., Lancaster, SC 29721-8535
Phone: (803) 283-4995
Award Amount: $334,829

Children’s Council reaches 240 students in grades 6—7 in two middle schools in Lancaster, South Carolina. The Teen Outreach Program (TOP) is used in an after-school setting.

Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
Grantee Website: https://www.choctawnation.com/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: P.O. Box 1210, Durant, OK 74702-1210
Phone: (580) 924-8280
Award Amount: $444,520

The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma reaches 3,300 youth ages 12—15 in grades 7—8. The grantee uses Promoting Health Among Teens (PHAT)! Abstinence Only curriculum in school settings in 46 schools in six Oklahoma Counties: Coal, Haskell, Hughes, Latimer, LeFlore, and Pittsburg.

Clarity of South Central Indiana, Inc.
Grantee Website: www.claritycares.org, Visit disclaimer page www.idecideforme.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 4550 W. Jonathan Moore Pike, Columbus, IN 47201-4686
Phone: (812) 378-4114
Award Amount: $371,387

Clarity of South Central Indiana, Inc. uses I Decide for Me and segments of Creating Positive Relationships curricula in school settings for 7,500 youth in high school and in grades 6 and 8. The grantee serves 74 schools in Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jackson, Jennings, and Shelby Counties.

CNMI Public School System
Grantee Website: https://www.cnmipssoare.org/district/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: P.O. Box 501370, Saipan, MP 96950-0000
Phone: (670) 237-3061
Award Amount: $341,256

CNMI Public School System uses the Making a Difference curriculum in public and participating private schools throughout the Commonwealth. This curriculum is used in school settings with 993 sixth graders. 

Columbus Wellness Center Outreach & Prevention Project, Inc.
Grantee Website: https://www.cwcopp.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 1220 Wildwood Ave., Columbus, GA 31906-2538
Phone: (706) 596-1171
Award Amount: $419,810

The Columbus Wellness Center Outreach & Prevention Project, Inc., uses the Making a Difference curriculum with the following organizations: Chattahoochee County Board of Education, Juvenile Courts of Chattahoochee Judicial Circuit, Sumter County Family Connection, Sumter County School District, and West Central Health District. The grantee works with 900 youth ages 11—14 in grades 5—8. 

Community Action Corporation of South Texas
Grantee Website: https://cacost.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 204 E. First St., Alice, TX 78333-4822
Phone: (361) 664-0145
Award Amount: $351,715

Community Action Corporation of South Texas uses Love Notes 3.0 Sexual Risk Avoidance Adaptation (SRA) Evidence-Based Program (EBP) curriculum in school settings. The grantee serves 2,000 youth ages 14—16 in 9th grade in Hidalgo County in Mission, Texas.

Crisis Pregnancy Center of the Lehigh Valley
Grantee Website: www.brighthopecenters.org
Address: 1036 Hamilton St., Allentown, PA 18101-1022
Phone: (610) 821-4000
Award Amount: $445,834

Crisis Pregnancy Center of the Lehigh Valley uses the REAL Essentials curriculum in school settings in Franklin, Adams, York, Lancaster, Berks, Lehigh, and Northampton Counties.

Curators of the University of Missouri-St. Louis
Grantee websites: https://www.mimh.edu/; Visit disclaimer page www.umsl.edu Visit disclaimer page
Address: Office of Research Administration, 341 Woods Hall, University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis, MO 63121-4400
Phone: (314) 516-8458
Award Amount: $445,834

Curators of the University of Missouri-St. Louis delivers Love Notes 3.0 Sexual Risk Avoidance Adaptation (SRA) Evidence-Based Program (EBP) in community, school, and faith-based settings in the St. Louis metropolitan area to 705 youth ages 15—19.

Diaspora Community Services
Grantee website: http://www.diasporacs.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 921B E. New York Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11203-1309
Phone: (718) 399-0200
Award Amount: $445,834

Diaspora Communities Services utilizes the Project AIM curriculum to deliver after-school programs to middle school students through partnership with local pediatric offices in six North and Central Brooklyn (NYC) neighborhoods: Flatbush, Bushwick, East New York, Crown Heights, Prospect Heights, and Canarsie. The program serves 1,050 youth ages 11—14 and 120 parents/caregivers.

E3 Family Solutions, Inc.
Grantee website: https://e3familysolutions.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: P.O. Box 1497, Bushnell, FL 33513-0079
Phone: (352) 303-3885
Award Amount: $445,834

E3 Family Solutions, Inc., delivers the REAL Essentials Starting Point and REAL Essentials Advance curricula to 2,100 6th—12th graders in schools in Hernando and Sumter Counties.

The East Los Angeles Community Union
Grantee website: https://telacu.com/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 5400 E. Olympic Blvd., 3rd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90022-5187
Phone: (323) 721-3560
Award Amount: $445,834

The East Los Angeles Community Union (TELACU) uses the Love Notes 3.0 Sexual Risk Avoidance Adaptation (SRA) Evidence-Based Program (EBP) curriculum to serve 2,320 youth ages 12—19 (grades 6—12) in school-based and neighborhood settings in Los Angeles County: Garvey, Bassett, El Sereno, Huntington Park, Lincoln Heights, East Los Angeles, Boyle Heights, and South Los Angeles.

Family Legacy Foundation
Grantee website: https://flfchicago.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 1817 E. 71st St., Chicago, IL 60649-2000
Phone: (773) 341-1530
Award Amount: $300,000

The Family Legacy Foundation delivers the Love Notes curriculum to 900 youth ages 12—19 in 24 communities in Chicago, Illinois.

Family Wellness Outreach Center of Georgia
Grantee website: not provided
Address: 307 Wells Ave., Albany, GA 31701
Phone: (229) 894-7697
Award Amount: $445,834

Family Wellness Outreach Center of Georgia utilizes the Love Notes 3.0 Sexual Risk Avoidance Adaptation (SRA) Evidence-Based Program (EBP) curriculum in school settings and after-school settings to serve 1,800 youth ages 13—19 (grades 9—12) in four rural school districts in Clay, Irwin, Mitchell, and Stewart Counties.

Future Leaders Outreach Network
Grantee website: www.flon.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 2510 E. 72nd St., Kansas City, MO 64132-3326
Phone: (816) 985-1338
Award Amount: $445,834

The Future Leaders Outreach Network provides services to 12,504 5th—12th graders in four middle schools and one high school in the Kansas City public school district and Boys and Girls Clubs in Wyandotte County. The program delivers four curricula: Choosing the Best Way; Pursuing My Dreams — Let My Journey Begin; Choosing the Best Journey; and Pursuing My Dreams — I Can Do It.

Gang Alternative
Grantee website: https://myga.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address:  12000 Biscayne Blvd., Ste. 402, North Miami, FL 33181-2325
Phone: (786) 391-2375
Award Amount: $445,834

Gang Alternative offers the Love Notes 3.0 Sexual Risk Avoidance Adaptation (SRA) Evidence-Based Program (EBP) curriculum to school, community, and faith-based settings in 20 zip codes in Little Haiti and surrounding communities in Miami-Dade County. The grantee serves 1,000 youth ages 15—19 and 300 parents/caregivers. 

INTERSECTIONS, INC.
Grantee website: https://intersectionsweb.com/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: P.O. Box 1715, Pago Pago, AS 96799-1715
Phone: (684) 699-5313
Award Amount: $415,841

INTERSECTIONS, INC. serves 1,500 youth ages 12—19 in school settings in Ituau, Maoputasi, Sa'ole, and Sua Counties and neighboring communities. The program delivers two curricula: Heritage Keepers Abstinence Education and Life Skills Education.

Johns Hopkins University
Grantee website: https://caih.jhu.edu/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 415 N. Washington St., Baltimore, MD 21231
Phone: (410) 955-6931
Award Amount: $444,266

Johns Hopkins University delivers the Asdzáán Be'eena' Sexual Risk Avoidance Program in Chinle and Yuba City, Arizona, in Navajo Nation community settings. The program engages 640 youth ages 10—14 and 640 parents/caregivers.

Life Network
Grantee website: https://www.elifenetwork.com/; Visit disclaimer page http://educationforalifetime.com/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 3700 Galley Rd., Colorado Springs, CO 80909-4413
Phone: (719) 355-1184
Award Amount: $445,834

Life Network delivers the Pursue curriculum in school settings to 17,000 youth ages 13—16 in 8th grade in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Life-Skills, Empowerment, And Development Services (LEADS) 
Grantee website: https://leadsflorida.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 235 3rd Ave. N., St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Phone: (808) 218-5396
Award Amount: $445,057

LEADS delivers the Love Notes 3.0 Sexual Risk Avoidance Adaptation (SRA) Evidence-Based Program (EBP) curriculum in faith-based and community settings to 1,200 youth ages 11—14 (grades 6—8) residing in South St. Petersburg and downtown Tampa.

Live the Life Ministries, Inc.
Grantee website: https://www.livethelife.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 2252 Killearn Center Blvd., Ste. 100, Tallahassee, FL 32309-3573
Phone: (850) 668-3700
Award Amount: $402,927

Live the Life Ministries, Inc., serves 4,000 middle school students and 120 parents/caregivers in 25 school settings in Broward, Duval, Gadsden, and Leon Counties by delivering the REAL Essentials curriculum.

Lutheran Social Service of the National Capital Area, Inc.
Grantee website: https://lssnca.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address:  4406 Georgia Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20011-7124
Phone: (202) 723-3303
Award Amount: $393,481

Lutheran Social Service of the National Capital Area, Inc., serves 1,000 youth ages 14—19 residing in the District of Columbia and Prince George’s County, Maryland. The grantee delivers the Love Notes 3.0 Sexual Risk Avoidance Adaptation (SRA) Evidence-Based Program (EBP) curriculum in school and community settings.

Mission West Virginia, Inc.
Grantee website: https://www.missionwv.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address:  168 Midland Trail, Ste. 1, Hurricane, WV 25526-1464
Phone: (304) 562-0723
Award Amount: $445,834

Mission West Virginia, Inc., delivers Choosing the Best and Love Notes 3.0 Sexual Risk Avoidance Adaptation (SRA) Evidence-Based Program (EBP) curricula to 2,400 youth ages 11—19 in Boone County schools and juvenile justice settings.

More Than Conquerors, Inc.
Grantee website: https://www.mtciga.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 997 Commerce Dr. SW, Ste. 1B, Conyers, GA 30094-6647
Phone: (770) 483-3299
Award Amount: $443,655

More Than Conquerors, Inc., serves 2,000 youth ages 14—19 residing in Cobb, Fulton, Gwinnett, and Rockdale Counties. The REAL Essentials Advance curriculum is delivered in school settings.

New York University
Grantee website: http://www.clafh.org/ Visit disclaimer page  
Address: 15 Washington Place, New York, NY 10003
Phone: (212) 998-4306
Award Amount: $445,357

New York University delivers the Families Talking Together (FTT) program to 600 youth ages 12—17 in South Bronx and New York City communities.

Operation Keepsake, Inc.
Grantee website: https://operationkeepsake.com/ Visit disclaimer page  
Address: 2305 E. Aurora Rd., A-1, Twinsburg, OH 44087-1927
Phone: (330) 486-0602
Award Amount: $444,612

Operation Keepsake, Inc., delivers YourFuture-OnTheLine in 14 middle schools and four community sites in Youngstown and Mahoning Counties. The program serves 9,939 youth ages 10—14 and their parents/caregivers. 

Pacific Youth & Community Development
Grantee website: https://aspycd.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address:  6776 Fa'atamali'i Center, Ste. 2C, Pago Pago, AS 96799-0000
Phone: (684) 699-7923
Award Amount: $445,834

Pacific Youth & Community Development delivers the Promoting Health Among Teens (PHAT)! Abstinence Only curriculum to 300 youth ages 10—19 in after-school programs and community settings in Tualauta County.

PATH, Inc.
Grantee website: https://www.positiveteenhealth.org/ Visit disclaimer page  
Address:  5997 Carlson Ave., Ste. B, Portage, IN 46368-1309
Phone: (219) 254-2678
Award Amount: $445,834

PATH, Inc., serves 3,500 10th graders (ages 15—16) living in five cities: Gary, East Chicago, Hammond, Hobart, and Merrillville in Lake County. The grantee delivers Love Notes 3.0 Sexual Risk Avoidance Adaptation (SRA) Evidence-Based Program (EBP) in school settings.

Pee Dee Healthy Start, Inc.
Grantee website: https://www.pdhs.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 314 W. Pine St., Florence, SC 29501-4727
Phone: (843) 662-1482
Award Amount: $445,834

Pee Dee Healthy Start, Inc., delivers the Love Notes 3.0 Sexual Risk Avoidance Adaptation (SRA) Evidence-Based Program (EBP) curriculum to 825 youth ages 15—19 and 83 parents/caregivers. The grantee serves rural school and community settings in Dillon and Marion Counties. 

Pregnancy Alternatives Center
Grantee website: https://www.obria.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 136 W. Vine St., Lebanon, OR 97355
Phone: (541) 258-3500
Award Amount: $445,834

The Pregnancy Alternative Center serves 2,100 youth ages 11—19 (6th—12th grade) in two rural counties: Clackamas and Linn. The grantee delivers the REAL Essentials Starting Point and REAL Essentials Advance curriculum in a variety of settings, including schools, faith-based, and youth detention settings.

PRO Youth & Families, Inc.
Grantee website: https://proyouthandfamilies.org Visit disclaimer page
Address:  4625 44th St., Sacramento, CA 95820-3909
Phone: (916) 576-3300
Award Amount: $407,035

PRO Youth and Families, Inc., delivers the Love Notes 3.0 Sexual Risk Avoidance Adaptation (SRA) Evidence-Based Program (EBP) curriculum to 990 youth ages 12—18 in juvenile justice and community-based settings in Sacramento and Placer Counties.

ReCapturing the Vision International, Inc.
Grantee website: https://rtv.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 11205 S. Dixie Hwy., Ste. 201, Miami, FL 33156-4447
Phone: (305) 232-6003
Award Amount: $444,252

ReCapturing the Vision International, Inc. delivers Heritage Keepers and Values in Perspective to 900 youth ages 10—18 (grades 6—12) in school settings located in Miami-Dade County.

RIDGE Project, Inc.
Grantee Website: http://theridgeproject.com/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: J169 State Route 65, McClure, OH 43534-9740
Phone: (419) 278-0092
Award Amount: $445,834

The RIDGE Project, Inc., uses the TYRO Youth curriculum in school, after-school, community, youth sports academy, and online settings. RIDGE serves Fulton County in Georgia; Dallas County in Texas; and Montgomery and Paulding Counties in Ohio. The TRYO curriculum is used with 1,650 youth ages 11—19 in grades 5—12.

Safe Havynn Education Center
Grantee Website: https://www.safehavynn.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 140 E. Lake Court, Slidell, LA 70461-5613
Phone: (337) 391-9091
Award Amount: $445,056

Safe Havynn Education Center serves 1,500 youth in grades 9—12 and 300 parents in Avoyelles, St. Landry, and Calcasieu parishes. The program uses REAL Essentials Advance in community settings.

Seasons of Change, Inc.
Grantee Website: https://seasonsofchangeinc.com/site/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 1008 W. Main St., Arlington, TX 76013-0000
Phone: (817) 532-6002
Award Amount: $445,834

Seasons of Change, Inc., serves 2,000 youth ages 15—19 in Dallas and Tarrant Counties. Love Notes 3.0 Sexual Risk Avoidance Adaptation (SRA) Evidence-Based Program (EBP) curriculum is used in school and after-school settings. 

South Dakota Department of Health
Grantee Website: https://doh.sd.gov/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 600 E. Capitol Ave., Pierre, SD 57501-2536
Phone: (605) 773-4074
Award Amount: $300,000

The South Dakota Department of Health serves youth ages 10—19 with a focus on ages 10—13 in Dewey, Corson, Oglala Lakota, Charles Mix, Lyman, and Buffalo Counties. The grantee uses Making a Difference and will add an American Indian SRAE curriculum in community health and school settings.

Strategic Solutions for Families, Inc.
Grantee Website: Not provided
Address: 300 Williams St., Booneville, MS 38829-2022
Phone: (662) 416-5673
Award Amount: $346,761

Strategic Solutions for Families, Inc., serves 1,200 youth ages 12—19 in grades 7—12 and in college as well as 150 parents. Love Notes 3.0 Sexual Risk Avoidance Adaptation (SRA) Evidence-Based Program (EBP) is used in school settings in Union County.

Sunset Park Health Council, Inc.
Grantee Website: http://bit.ly/FHC-CBP Visit disclaimer page
Address: 150 55th St., Brooklyn, NY 11220-2508
Phone: (718) 630-7266
Award Amount: $437,740

Sunset Park Health Council, Inc., serves 1,020 youth ages 11—14 in grades 7—8 and 300 parents. The grantee utilizes Project AIM in school and after-school settings in the Sunset Park community in Brooklyn, New York.

Texas State University
Grantee Website: https://www.txstate.edu/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 601 University Dr., San Marcos, TX 78666-4684
Phone: (512) 245-2414
Award Amount: $421,875

Texas State University serves 300 students ages 14—19 in eight schools in the Central Texas region. The grantee uses Love Notes in school settings.

Trinity Church
Grantee Website: http://planbemiami.org/ Visit disclaimer page  
Address: 17801 NW 2nd Ave., Miami Gardens, FL 33169-5029
Phone: (954) 562-8638
Award Amount: $445,834

Trinity Church serves 1,500 youth ages 13—19 in eight zip codes in Miami-Dade County. The grantee uses Love Notes 3.0 Sexual Risk Avoidance Adaptation (SRA) Evidence-Based Program (EBP) in school settings.

Unity Family Community Center, Inc.
Grantee Website: https://ufccflorida.org/our-programs/teen-pregnancy-prevention-programs-tpp/ Visit disclaimer page  
Address: 20030 NE 23rd Place, Williston, FL 32696-7408
Phone: (352) 528-3556
Award Amount: $425,328

The Unity Family Community Center, Inc., serves 3,000 youth ages 10—19 in Alachua, Bradford, Citrus, Duval, Gadsden, Leon, and Union Counties. The curricula Love Notes 3.0 Sexual Risk Avoidance Adaptation (SRA) Evidence-Based Program (EBP) and Money Habitudes 2 for At-Risk Youth are used in school and community settings.

Universidad Central del Caribe
Grantee Website: http://www.uccaribe.edu/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: P.O. Box 60327, Bayamon, PR 00960-6032
Phone: (787) 798-3001 Ext. 2117
Award Amount: $445,831

The Universidad Central del Caribe uses the Positive Prevention Plus (PP+) curriculum in school settings with 1,680 participants. Youth ages 14—16 in grades 9—10 are served in Las María and Orocovis municipalities.

University of Denver (Colorado Seminary)
Grantee Website: www.motherwisecolorado.com Visit disclaimer page
Address: 1330 Fox St., Denver, CO 80204
Phone: (303) 871-4280
Award Amount: $434,422

The grantee serves 360 youth ages 14—19 in the Denver metropolitan area, including Denver, Broomfield, Adams, Jefferson, Arapahoe, and Douglas Counties. The Love Notes curriculum is used in community settings.

University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Grantee Website: https://www.uth.edu/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 7000 Fannin St., Room 2622, Houston, TX 77030
Phone: (713) 500-9646
Award Amount: $445,555

The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston serves 2,000 6th graders ages 11—12. The Me & You Too curriculum is used in school settings in the Alief Independent School District in Harris County.

WestCare Pacific Islands, Inc.
Grantee Website: https://www.westcare.com/page/where-we-serve_PI Visit disclaimer page
Address: 222 Chalan Santo Papa, Reflection Center, Ste. 102, Hagåtña, GU 96910-5173
Phone: (671) 472-0218/(671) 472-0219
Award Amount: $445,834

WestCare Pacific Islands, Inc., serves 600 students in the Agueda I. Johnston and Jose Rios Middle Schools in Guam. The grantee uses Love Notes SRA EBP. 

Wholistic Stress Control Institute, Inc. (WSCI)
Grantee Website: http://www.wholistic1.com/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 2545 Benjamin E. Mays Dr. SW, Atlanta, GA 30311-2450
Phone: (404) 755-0068
Award Amount: $397,536

Wholistic Stress Control Institute, Inc., serves 1,050 youth ages 10—19 in Fulton County, Georgia. The grantee uses REAL Essentials Starting Point and REAL Essentials Advance curriculum in school and community-based settings.

 

General Departmental SRAE Grantees, FY2018-2021

Aiming for Healthy Families, Inc.
Grantee website: https://aiming4hf.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 609 N. Fillmore St., Corinth, MS 38834
Phone: (662) 284-9930
Award Amount: $410,110

Aiming for Healthy Families serves 2,700 youth and 360 parent/caregivers in grades 6-12 in school- and community-based settings with the Choosing the Best curriculum. Aiming for Healthy Families serves the areas of Alcorn and Tippah, Mississippi.

Ambassadors for Christ Youth Ministries, Inc. (serving Arkansas)
Grantee website: http://www.afcyouth.org/
Address: 305 E. 6th St., Pine Bluff, AR 71601
Phone: (360) 452-3300
Award Amount: $396,242

Ambassadors for Christ Youth Ministries, Inc. serves middle school students ages 14-19 with the Promoting Health Among Teens (PHAT)! Abstinence Only curriculum. The program serves 500 students in school- and community-based settings in southeastern and central Arkansas.

Be Strong International, Inc.
Grantee website: https://bestrongintl.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 9730 E. Hibiscus St., Palmetto Bay, FL 33157
Phone: (305) 969-7829
Award Amount: $445,772

Be Strong International, Inc. serves students in grades 6-12 in school-based settings using the REAL Essentials curriculum. The program serves approximately 2,625 youth and 1,350 parents in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.

Bee Busy Learning Academy, Inc.
Grantee website: www.beebusy.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 9896 Bissonnet St., Ste. 625, Houston, TX 77036
Phone: (713) 774-8800
Award Amount: $445,772

Bee Busy Learning Academy, Inc. serves students ages 13-17 using the Love Notes curriculum in school-based settings. The program serves 720 youth in the Houston, Texas, area.

Better Family Life, Inc. 
Grantee website: http://www.bflyouth.org/, Visit disclaimer page  https://www.betterfamilylife.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 5415 Page Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63112
Phone: (314) 454-0622
Award Amount: $445,772

Better Family Life, Inc. uses the Relationship Smarts curriculum with students ages 12-15. The program serves 1,500 students and 65 parents in St. Louis City/County, Missouri; Madison County, Missouri; and St. Clair County, Illinois.

Change Happens
Grantee website: https://www.changehappenstx.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 3353 Elgin St., Houston, TX 77004
Phone: (713) 374-1259
Award Amount: $445,772

Change Happens is a Houston, Texas, school- and community-based program serving youth ages 14-19. Covering Harris County, the program serves 3,000 students using the Love Notes curriculum.

Choosing to Excel
Grantee website: www.choosingtoexcel.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 416 Sturgis Rd., Conway, AR 72034
Phone: (501) 269-4166
Award Amount: $445,772

Choosing to Excel uses the REAL Essentials and REAL Essentials Advanced curricula. The school-based program serves 6,396 youth in grades 6-12 in central Arkansas (Faulkner, Garland, Lonoke, White, and Pulaski Counties).

CJH Educational Grant Services, Inc.
Grantee website: https://www.cjhgrants.com/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 2016 Cameron St., Ste. 221, P.O. Box 14264, Raleigh, NC 27605
Phone: (919) 832-0306
Award Amount: $422,520

CJH Educational Grant Services, Inc. serves youth ages 16-19 in Duplin, Edgecombe, Halifax, Hoke, Nash, Onslow, Randolph, Robeson, Scotland, Swain, Wilson, and Brunswick Counties in North Carolina. Using REAL Essentials and Choosing the Best curricula, the program serves 1,275 youth and 300 parents through community-based organizations.

Columbus Wellness Center Outreach and Prevention Project
Grantee website: https://www.cwcopp.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 1220 Wildwood Ave., Columbus, GA 31906
Phone: (706) 596-1171
Award Amount: $403,679

The Columbus Wellness Center Outreach and Prevention Project in Columbus, Georgia, serves 900 middle school youth through schools, faith-based organizations, and juvenile justice courts using the Promoting Health Among Teens (PHAT)! curriculum.

Douglas-Cherokee Economic Authority, Inc.
Grantee website: https://www.douglascherokee.com/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 534 E. 1st N. St., Morristown, TN 37814
Phone: (423) 581-5420
Award Amount: $342,889

Douglas-Cherokee Economic Authority, Inc. of Morrisville, Tennessee, serves 1,065 students in grades 6-8. The program uses the Teen Outreach Program (TOP) and Game Plan curricula in school-based settings.

Dove Medical, Inc.
Grantee website: www.dovefriends.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 487 E. 11th Ave. Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: (541) 485-3683
Award Amount: $335,601

Dove Medical, Inc. serves youth in Lane, Linn, Benton, Douglas, and Polk Counties in Oregon, or within a 65-mile radius of Eugene, Oregon. The program serves 4,470 youth ages 12-18 in grades 7-12 using the Stop and Think curriculum in middle and high schools as well as through church youth groups.

East Los Angeles Community Union
Grantee website: http://www.futuronow.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 5400 E. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90022
Phone: (323) 832-5469
Award Amount: $445,772

The East Los Angeles Community Union serves youth ages 12-18 through community-based organizations. The program serves approximately 1,300 youth using the Relationship Smarts PLUS SRA curriculum.

Equipping Youth, Inc.
Grantee website: www.equippingyouth.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 1700 B Ave., Ste. 209, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
Phone: (319) 861-2747
Award Amount: $445,772

Equipping Youth, Inc. serves 2,025 youth ages 12-19 and 450 parents/caregivers in school-based and youth club settings. Based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, the program uses the Powerful Choices curriculum.

Family Resource Center South Atlantic
Grantee website: http://www.frcsa.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 3825 Barrett Dr. Ste. 104, Raleigh, NC 27609
Phone: (919) 834-9300 Ext. 205
Award Amount: $445,772

The Family Resource Center South Atlantic, located in Raleigh, North Carolina, works with male youth ages 12-19 in urban and rural counties. The program serves 1,200 youth and 300 parents/caregivers in community-based settings using the Choosing the Best and Love Notes curricula.

Friends First, Inc.
Grantee website: http://www.friendsfirst.org/ Visit disclaimer page  
Address: 7100 E. Belleview Ave. Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Phone: (720) 981-9193
Award Amount: $524,533

Friends First, Inc. serves youth ages 11-14 in Pueblo, Aurora, and Colorado Springs in Colorado. Working with 1,500 youth and 540 parents in school-based settings, Friends First uses the curriculum from Project Aim.

Healthy Visions
Grantee website: https://healthyvisions.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 9990 Zig Zag Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45242
Phone: (513) 793-7268
Award Amount: $445,772

Healthy Visions of Cincinnati, Ohio, serves 8,100 youth in grades 4-12 in school-based settings. The program uses curricula from Real Essentials; Choosing the Best; Love Notes; and TYRO Rites of Passage.

Institute for Relationship Intelligence, Inc. 
Grantee website: www.freeteensyouth.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: P. O. Box 97, Westwood, NJ 07675
Phone: (201) 488-3733
Award Amount: $445,772

The Institute for Relationship Intelligence, Inc. in Westwood, New Jersey, serves 7th, 9th, and 10th grade students in school-based settings. The program serves 9,000 youth and 600 parents/caregivers with the Relationship Intelligence Training and Parenting Love Smart Teens curricula.

Lifeline Pregnancy Help Clinic, Inc.
Grantee website: www.purefreedomprogram.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 1515 N. New St, P.O. Box 663, Kirksville, MO 63501
Phone: (660) 665-5688
Award Amount: $433,280

Lifeline Pregnancy Help Clinic, Inc. serves 12,000 students in grades 6-12 and 900 parents/caregivers in school-based settings in northeastern Missouri. The program uses the REAL Essentials/Community Saturation Model curricula.

Mission West Virginia, Inc.
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Address: 168 Midland Trail, Ste. 1, Hurricane, WV 25526
Phone: (304) 562-072
Award Amount: $548,104

Mission West Virginia, Inc. serves 2,400 middle and high school students in Cabell, Boone, Kanawha, Nicholas, Fayette, Greenbrier, Mercer, and McDowell Counties. The program serves youth in school- and community-based settings using Relationship Smarts PLUS 4.0 SRA and Love Notes v3 SRA.

Morehouse School of Medicine, Inc.
Grantee website: www.msm.edu Visit disclaimer page
Address: 720 Westview Dr. SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
Phone: (404) 752-1503
Award Amount: $445,771

The Morehouse School of Medicine, Inc. serves schools, community-based organizations, and churches in southern DeKalb County, Georgia. The program serves 1,800 middle school students and 1,200 parents/caregivers using the Making a Difference, Project Power, and Heritage Keepers curricula.

New Jersey Physicians Advisory Group, Inc.
Grantee website: www.njphysicians.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 240 Milburn Ave., #305, Maplewood, NJ 07040
Phone: (908) 322-9050
Award Amount: $445,772

The New Jersey Physicians Advisory Group, Inc. serves 4,200 students in grades 5-12 in Maplewood, New Jersey. The program uses the Yes You Can curriculum in school-based settings.

Northwest Family Services
Grantee website: https://www.nwfs.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 6200 SE King Rd., Portland, OR 97222
Phone: (503) 546-6377   
Award Amount: $445,771

Northwest Family Services of Portland, Oregon, serves 3,000 youth ages 13-14 in Multnomah and Clackamas Counties. The program serves youth in school-based settings using the REAL Essentials curriculum.

OIC of South Florida, Inc.
Grantee website: https://oicsfl.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 3407 NW 9th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
Phone: (954) 563-3535
Award Amount: $445,771

OIC of South Florida, Inc. uses Relationship Smarts PLUS 4.0 SRA and Love Notes v3 SRA curricula to serve 1,500 middle school students in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. OIC of South Florida, Inc. works in schools, community-based organizations, and juvenile justice facilities.

PATH, Inc.
Grantee website: www.positiveteenhealth.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 5997 Carlson Ave. Portage, IN 46368
Phone: (219) 254-2678
Award Amount: $445,158

PATH, Inc. of Portage, Indiana, serves 2,600 students in grades 9-12 using the Relentless Peer to Peer curriculum.

Pima Prevention Partnership
Grantee website: https://www.thepartnership.us/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 924 N Alvernon Way, Ste. 150, Tucson, AZ 85711
Phone: (520) 791-2711
Award Amount: $445,772

Pima Prevention Partnership of Tucson, Arizona, serves 4,077 students in high schools using Love Notes and Choosing the Best curricula.

RIDGE Project, Inc.
Grantee website: http://theridgeproject.com/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: J169 State Route 65, McClure, OH 43534
Phone: (419) 278-0092
Award Amount: $445,772

The RIDGE Project, Inc. of McClure, Ohio, serves 8,750 middle and high school students ages 11-18. REAL Essentials; TYRO; Rites of Passage; RSVP; and CARE curricula are used to serve youth in school and community-based organizations.

SR1
Grantee website: http://www.sr1tech.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 369 Towne Center Blvd. Ridgeland, MS 39157 
Phone: (601) 206-4544
Award Amount: $445,772

SR1 serves 1,200 youth ages 12-19 and 180 parents/caregivers in central Mississippi. The program uses Relationship Smarts and Love Notes curricula in school-based settings and community-based organizations.

Trinity Church, Inc. 
Grantee website: www.trinitychurch.tv Visit disclaimer page  
Address: 17801 NW 2nd Ave., Miami, FL 33169 
Phone: (786) 374-5370
Award Amount: $445,773

Trinity Church, Inc. of Miami, Florida, serves 1,800 youth ages 12-19. Relationship Smarts and Love Notes curricula are used in school-based settings.

University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio
Grantee website: www.utteenhealth.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 7703 Floyd Curl Dr., San Antonio, TX 78229
Phone: (210) 567-7036
Award Amount: $445,772

The University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio serves 2,500 students and 80 parents/caregivers in Bexar County, Texas, and surrounding areas. The program serves youth in school-based and afterschool settings using the REAL Essentials curriculum.

Youth Services of Tulsa, Inc.
Grantee website: www.yst.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 311 S. Madison Ave. Tulsa, OK 74120 
Phone: (918) 582-0061
Award Amount: $332,878

Youth Services of Tulsa, Inc. in Tulsa, Oklahoma, serves 6,000 youth ages 12-14 using the Making a Difference; Love Notes; and the middle school adaptation of the Positive Prevention Plus curricula. The program serves youth in schools, youth involved in the juvenile justice system, and youth experiencing homelessness.

 

General Departmental SRAE Grantees, FY2019-2022

Aiming for Healthy Families, Inc.
Grantee website: https://aiming4hf.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 300 Childs St., Corinth, MS     38834
Phone: (662) 284-9930
Award Amount: $958,780

Aiming for Healthy Families, Inc. in Corinth, Mississippi, works with 1,800 youth ages 11-19 in school-based settings. The program uses Love Notes SRA for students and PREP to teach communication to 180 parents annually.

Be Strong International, Inc. 
Grantee website: http://www.bestrongintl.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 9730 E. Hibiscus St., Palmetto Bay, FL 33157
Phone: (305) 969-7829 Ext. 108
Award Amount: $958,780

Be Strong International, Inc. serves 2,100 youth ages 10-18 in school-based settings in Broward and Miami-Dade County schools in Florida. The program uses the REAL Essentials curricula for youth in grades 6-12 and reaches 450 caregivers over the course of the program.

Bethany Christian Service of Michigan 
Grantee website: https://bethany.org/locations/us/michigan/grand-rapids Visit disclaimer page
Address: 901 Eastern Ave. NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Phone: (616) 224-7550
Award Amount: $958,780

Bethany Christian Service of Michigan serves 2,700 youth in school- and community-based settings in Kent County, Michigan. The program uses the Love Notes curriculum.

Elizabeth's New Life Center, Inc.
Grantee website: https://go4thegold.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 2201 N. Main St., Dayton, OH 45405
Phone: (937) 262-7010
Award Amount: $958,780

Elizabeth's New Life Center, Inc. serves 8,000 youth ages 14-17 in southwestern Ohio. The program uses the Go for the Gold curriculum in school-based settings and detention centers.

Heritage Community Services 
Grantee website: http://www.heritageservices.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 2265 Clements Ferry Rd., Ste. 202, Charleston, SC 29492
Phone: (843) 654-7740
Award Amount: $958,780

Heritage Community Services of Charleston, South Carolina, serves 3,570 youth ages 11-18 and 3,600 parents/caregivers in multiple counties near Charleston, South Carolina. The program serves youth within Title I schools using the Heritage Keepers Life Skills/Abstinence curricula.

Life That Counts 
Grantee website: www.LifeThatCounts.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 300 1st Ave. SE, Cullman, AL 35055
Phone: (256) 841-2195  
Award Amount: $958,116

Life that Counts is based in Cullman, Alabama, and serves middle and high school students ages 11-14 in 8 to 10 Alabama and Montana Counties. Life That Counts uses the Positive Potential curriculum and sends a parent newsletter to 2,400 parents/caregivers. The program serves 3,100 youth total in grades 6-8.

Live the Life Ministries, Inc. 
Grantee website: https://www.livethelife.org/student-life Visit disclaimer page
Address: 2252 Killearn Center Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32309
Phone: (850) 668-3700
Award Amount: $958,780

Live the Life Ministries, Inc. serves 4,500 youth and 360 parents/caregivers in school- and community-based settings in Duval, Broward, and Gadsden Counties in Florida. The program uses the REAL Essentials curriculum.

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota
Grantee website: http://www.lssmn.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 2485 Como Ave., St. Paul, MN 55108
Phone: (612) 879-5378
Award Amount: $945,229

The Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota works in the seven-county metro area of St. Paul, Minnesota, with 500-900 youth annually ages 11-18. Lutheran Social Service also works with 450-525 parents/caregivers annually. The program uses Making a Difference and Sexuality for All Abilities curricula to serve youth and their parents in schools and community-based organizations.

Mission West Virginia, Inc.
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Address: 168 Midland Trail, Ste. 1, Hurricane, WV 25526
Phone: (304) 562-0723
Award Amount: $958,780

Mission West Virginia, Inc. serves Kanawha and Wayne Counties in West Virginia. The program uses the Love Notes and Relationship Smarts curricula to serve 1,200 middle and high school students ages 12-19. The program serves youth in school-based settings as well as within the juvenile justice system and residence group homes.

New Jersey Physicians Advisory Group, Inc. 
Grantee website: www.njphysicians.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 340 Milburn Ave., #305, Maplewood, NJ 07040
Phone: (908)-322-9050 
Award Amount: $958,780

The New Jersey Physicians Advisory Group, Inc. serves 4,000 youth in grades 5-12 in multiple counties near Maplewood, New Jersey. The program uses the Yes You Can curriculum in community-based organizations and faith- and school-based settings.

OIC of South Florida, Inc.
Grantee website: https://oicsfl.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 3407 NW 9th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
Phone: (954) 563-3535
Award Amount: $958,780

OIC of South Florida, Inc. serves 1,275 Florida youth in school- and community-organizations as well as through the juvenile justice system, using Love Notes SRA and Relationship Smarts PLUS curricula.

Operation Keepsake, Inc.
Grantee website: https://operationkeepsake.com/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 2305 E. Aurora Rd., Twinsburg, OH 44087 
Phone: (330) 486-0602
Award Amount: $958,686

Operation Keepsake, Inc. uses the Represent curriculum in school-based settings in Cuyahoga and Mahoning counties, Ohio. The program serves 12,225 youth ages 15-19.

Prim N Proper, Inc./Choosing to Excel
Grantee website: https://choosingtoexcel.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 416 Sturgis Rd., Conway, AR 72034
Phone: (501) 269-4166
Award Amount: $958,780

Prim N Proper, Inc./Choosing to Excel of Conway, Arkansas, works with 29,736 youth in four underserved counties in Arkansas. The program uses the Yes You Can curriculum in school-based settings with students in grades 6-12.

RIDGE Project, Inc. 
Grantee website: http://theridgeproject.com/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: J169 State Route 65, McClure, OH 43534
Phone: (419) 278-0092
Award Amount: $958,780

The RIDGE Project, Inc. serves 14,175 youth ages 10-19 in five counties in northeastern Ohio. The program uses Responsible Sexual Values Program as well as Rites of Passage and TYRO Youth curricula to serve youth in school-based settings and within the juvenile justice system.

Social Innovation Laboratory, Inc. 
Grantee website: https://www.socialinnovationlab.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 3607 W. 20th Ave., Emporia, KS 66801
Phone: (316) 990-5139
Award Amount: $760,745

Social Innovation Laboratory, Inc. serves students in school-based settings in rural counties in Oklahoma. The program uses Love Notes and Relationship Smarts curricula to serve 1,800 youth ages 12-19.

Teen HYPE Youth Development Program 
Grantee website: https://www.teenhype.org/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 1938 Franklin St., Ste. 109, Detroit, MI 48207
Phone: (313) 831-8336 
Award Amount: $958,780

The Teen HYPE Youth Development Program serves 1,500 youth ages 11-14 on the east side of Detroit, Michigan. The program serves youth in school-based settings using Project AIM curriculum, with supplemental sessions from Promoting Health Among Teens and Love Notes.

The Curators of the University of Missouri on behalf of UMSL 
Grantee website: https://www.curvetheurge.org Visit disclaimer page  
Address: 4633 World Parkway Circle, St. Louis, MO 63134
Phone: (314) 516-8487
Award Amount: $958,780

The Curators of the University of Missouri on behalf of the University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL) work in the St. Louis city and county areas of Missouri to serve 396 youth ages 12-17. The program uses Promoting Health Among Teens (PHAT)! Abstinence Only curriculum in school-, community-, and faith-based settings.

ThriVe St. Louis 
Grantee website: www.bestchoicestl.org Visit disclaimer page
Address: 4331 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63108
Phone: (314) 991-7990
Award Amount: $958,771 

ThriVe St. Louis serves 3,600 youth in three age categories: ages 5-7, 11-13, and 15-18. Working in school-based settings in St. Louis and Lincoln Counties, the program uses Positive Potential; Relationship Smarts; and LUV U 2 curricula.

Trinity Church, Inc.
Grantee website: www.trinitychurch.tv Visit disclaimer page
Address: 17801 NW 2nd Ave., Miami, FL 33169
Phone: (786) 374-5370
Award Amount: $958,780

Trinity Church, Inc. of Miami, Florida, serves 1,125 middle and high school students in school-based settings as well as through the juvenile justice system. The program uses the Love Notes and Relationship Smarts curricula for youth ages 12-19. Trinity Church, Inc. also hosts two parent education meetings per year.

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences 
Grantee website: https://northwestcampus.uams.edu/chr/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 4301 W. Markham, Little Rock, AR 72205
Phone: (479) 713-8662
Award Amount: $958,769

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences of Little Rock, Arkansas, uses the Teen Outreach Program integrated in the Health/Life Skills Program to serve 1,200 students in grade 9 and 600 parents/caregivers in Washington County, Arkansas.

Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana, Inc. 
Grantee website: https://www.voa.org/offices/volunteers-of-america-southeast-louisiana Visit disclaimer page
Address: 3939 N. Causeway Blvd. Ste. 101, Metairie, LA 70002
Phone: (504) 836-8701
Address: 4152 Canal St., New Orleans, LA 70119
Phone: (504) 482-2130
Award Amount: $890,074

Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana, Inc. serves 2,900 youth ages 14-19 in eight parishes in Louisiana. The program uses Love Notes 3.0 and Wellness Abstinence Intervention Training (WAIT) in community-based organizations, churches, and in school-based settings.

Wholistic Stress Control Institute 
Grantee website: http://www.wholistic1.com/ Visit disclaimer page
Address: 2545 Benjamin E. Mays Dr. SW, Atlanta, GA 30311
Phone: (404) 755-0068 
Award Amount: $952,488

The Wholistic Stress Control Institute of Atlanta, Georgia, serves 1,050 youth ages 10-19 in DeKalb and Fulton Counties in Georgia. The program uses REAL Essentials curriculum, hip-hop culture, and African American history to reach youth in school-based settings and residence group homes.

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