FFY 2012/13 State of California ORR Funded Programs

Publication Date: November 27, 2012

Archived 2011/12 Figures | Archived 2009 Figures

Key Contacts

Mandatory and Formula Grants to States

Service Providers Cash and Medical Assistance (CMA) Wilson Fish Discretionary CMA1 Refugee Social Services Program Targeted Assistance Program Total
California Department of Social Services $25,400,000   $7,775,287 $2,609,359 $35,784,646
San Diego County – Wilson Fish Alternative Program         $1,695,039

Wilson Fish CMA Discretionary Program 1 (San Diego)

 $5,022,938  $1,232,667  $462,372 $0.00  $1,695,039

1. Only a portion of this total has been awarded to date; the remainder of these funds will be issued in FY13 as needed to serve eligible clients through the 8-month time eligibility period. Wilson Fish CMA includes Refugee Cash Assistance (RCA); Case Management, and overall management and coordination of the Wilson Fish program in San Diego County.
2. Totals exclude funds granted directly to San Diego County under the Wilson Fish Discretionary Grant program. See below for additional information.

Discretionary Grants to States

Service Providers  School Impact   Targeted Assistance   Elderly   Preventive Health    Cuban/ Haitian   Total 
California Department of Social Services $1,000,000 $350,000 $175,000 $150,000 $0 $1,675,000

For full information about subcontracts awarded under these grants, please contact the State Refugee Coordinator.

FFY 2011 State of California ORR Funded Programs

Discretionary Grants to Agencies - ORR provided awards to agencies under the following programs in FY2012/13:

Voluntary Agencies Matching Grant Program FY 2012/13: The Matching Grant (MG) Program helps selected enrollees attain economic self-sufficiency through the provision of comprehensive case management and services leading to employment within 120 to 180 days after the date of eligibility for the program. Self-sufficiency must be achieved without accessing public cash assistance. In FY 2012/13, ORR has awarded Matching Grant cooperative agreements to 9 voluntary agencies (Volags) who in turn operate the program through their national networks. ORR awards $2 for every $1 raised by the agency up to a maximum of $2,200 in Federal funds per enrollee. Note that while federal and match funds are calculated on a per capita or client basis, the actual spending of such funds is not per capita based.

Volag Affiliate Name Projected ORR
MG Funding
ECDC Alliance for African Assistance Visit disclaimer page $165,000 Walter Lam
5952 El Cajon Boulevard
San Diego, CA 92115
HIAS Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles Visit disclaimer page $110,000 Angelica Generoso
4311 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 211
Los Angeles, CA 90010
HIAS Jewish Family Service of Silicon Valley Visit disclaimer page $68,200 Zoya Lazer
14855 Oka Road, Suite 202
Los Gatos, CA 95032
HIAS Jewish Family Service of San Diego Visit disclaimer page $77,000 Etleva Bejko
8804 Balboa Avenue
San Diego, CA 92123
IRC IRC Los Angeles Visit disclaimer page $396,000 Martin Zogg
625 N Maryland Avenue
Glendale, CA 91206
IRC IRC San Francisco/Oakland Visit disclaimer page $374,000 Hans Van de Weerd
405 14th Street, Suite 1415
Oakland, CA 94612
IRC IRC Sacramento Visit disclaimer page $231,000 Hans Van de Weerd
2730 Arden Way #236
Sacramento, CA 95825
IRC IRC San Diego Visit disclaimer page $66,000 Bob Montgomery
5348 University Avenue, Suite 205
San Diego, CA 92105
IRC IRC San Jose Visit disclaimer page $88,000 Hans Van de Weerd
1210 S. Bascom Avenue, #227
San Jose, CA 95128
USCCB Immigration and Refugee Services Visit disclaimer page $932,800 Loc Nam Nguyen
1530 James M. Wood Blvd., P.O. Box 15095
Los Angeles, CA 90015
USCCB Catholic Charities $519,200 Lejla Voloder
4575-A Mission Gorge Place
San Diego, CA 92120
USCCB Catholic Charities of San Jose Visit disclaimer page $413,600 Sergio Medina
2625 Zanker Road, Suite 201
San Jose, CA 95134


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