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Download as PDF 36399 Federal Register / Vol. 70, No. 120 / Thursday, June 23, 2005 / Notices VI. Award Administration Information VI.1. Award Notices Successful applicants will receive a Notice of Award (NoA) from the CDC Procurement and Grants Office. The NoA shall be the only binding, authorizing document between the recipient and CDC. The NoA will be signed by an authorized Grants Management Officer, and mailed to the recipient fiscal officer identified in the application.y Unsuccessful applicants will receive notification of the results of the application review by mail. VI.2. Administrative and National Policy Requirements Successful applicants must comply with the administrative requirements outlined in 45 CFR part 74, as appropriate. The following additional requirements apply to this project: • AR–4 HIV/AIDS Confidentiality Provisions. • AR–5 HIV Program Review Panel Requirements. • AR–6 Patient Care. • AR–10 Smoke-Free Workplace Requirements. • AR–14 Accounting System Requirements. Additional information on these requirements can be found on the CDC web site at the following Internet address: http://www.cdc.gov/od/pgo/ funding/ARs.htm. For more information on the Code of Federal Regulations, see the National Archives and Records Administration at the following Internet address: http:// www.access.gpo.gov/nara/cfr/cfr-tablesearch.html. An additional Certifications form from the PHS5161–1 application needs to be included in the Grants.gov electronic submission only. Applicant should refer to http://www.cdc.gov/od/ pgo/funding/PHS5161–1Certificates.pdf. Once the applicant has filled out the form, it should be attached to the Grants.gov submission as Other Attachment Forms. VI.3. Reporting Requirements You must provide CDC with an original, plus two hard copies of the following reports: 1. Interim progress report, due no less than 90 days before the end of the budget period. The progress report will serve as your non-competing continuation application, and must contain the following elements: a. Current Budget Period Activities Objectives. b. Current Budget Period Financial Progress. c. New Budget Period Program Proposed Activity Objectives. d. Budget. e. Measures of Effectiveness. f. Additional Requested Information. 2. Annual progress report, due 30 days after the end of each budget period, and must contain the following elements: a. Progress towards meeting program objectives during the reporting period. b. Reporting period financial progress. c. New Budget Period Program Propsoed Activity Objectives. d. Measures of Effectiveness. e. Additional Requested Information. 3. Financial status report no more than 90 days after the end of the budget period. 4. Final financial and performance reports, no more than 90 days after the end of the project period. These reports must be mailed to the Grants Management Specialist listed in the ‘‘Agency Contacts’’ section of this announcement. VII. Agency Contacts We encourage inquiries concerning this announcement. For general questions, contact: Technical Information Management Section, CDC Procurement and Grants Office, 2920 Brandywine Road, Atlanta, GA 30341. Telephone: 770–488–2700. For program technical assistance, contact: Virginia Bourassa, Project Officer, 127 Herbert Chitepo Avenue, P.O. Box 3340, Harare, Zimbabwe. Telephone: 9 011 263 4 796 040. Email:Bourassav@zimcdc.co.zw. For financial, grants management, or budget assistance, contact: Shirley Wynn, Grants Management Specialist, CDC Procurement and Grants Office, 2920 Brandywine Road, Atlanta, GA 30341. Telephone: 770–488–1515. VIII. Other Information This and other CDC funding opportunity announcements can be found on the CDC Web site, Internet address: http://www.cdc.gov. Click on ‘‘Funding,’’ then ‘‘Grants and Cooperative Agreements.’’ Dated: June 17, 2005. William P. Nichols, Director, Procurement and Grants Office, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. [FR Doc. 05–12413 Filed 6–22–05; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4163–18–P DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Administration for Children and Families Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation; Grant Awards to Multiple Organizations Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, ACF, DHHS. ACTION: Award announcement. AGENCY: SUMMARY: Notice is hereby given that noncompetitive grant awards are being made to multiple organizations to conduct demonstration and implement service provision projects on a wide range of issues relating to social services. The number of grants is 114 for a total amount of $20,083,653. These noncompetitive awards were recommended by the Congress and were listed in the FY 2005 Senate-House conference agreement. Amounts of awards Names of organizations receiving awards A+ for Abstinence, Waynesboro, PA for abstinence education and related services ........................................................................ AIDSCARE, Inc., Chicago, IL for social services and related programs at its facilities for people living with AIDS ......................... Americana Community Center, Inc., Louisville, KY, for community involvement training .................................................................. Andrus Children’s Center, Yonkers, NY for the Yonkers Early Childhood Initiative ........................................................................... Anna Maria College, Paxton, MA, for program development at the Molly Bish Center for the Protection of Children and the Elderly .................................................................................................................................................................................................. Annandale Christian Community for Action, Annandale, VA—Child Development Center ................................................................ Arrowhead Economic Opportunity Agency, Inc., Virginia, MN for the Family to Family community-based mentoring program to assist low-income families ............................................................................................................................................................... Atlanta Interfaith AIDS Network, Atlanta, GA for the Common Ground day program for adults living with HIV/AIDS ...................... Best Friends and Best Men Program at the Indian River School District, Sebastian, FL .................................................................. Birth Choice Pregnancy Centers, Mission Viejo, CA to support counseling and medical services at three pregnancy centers in Orange County, CA .......................................................................................................................................................................... Breakaway Ministries, Gadsden, AL, for the Silver Ring Thing Program for abstinence education and related services ................ VerDate jul<14>2003 18:40 Jun 22, 2005 Jkt 205001 PO 00000 Frm 00033 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\23JNN1.SGM 23JNN1 $44,640 248,000 18,848 49,600 99,200 49,600 595,200 39,680 49,600 148,800 79,360 36400 Federal Register / Vol. 70, No. 120 / Thursday, June 23, 2005 / Notices Amounts of awards Names of organizations receiving awards Catholic Social Services, The Bridge, Wilkes Barre, PA for abstinence education and related services .......................................... Cesar Chavez Center, Davenport, IA to assist the Hispanic community in accessing social services and community resources .. Child and Family Network Centers, Alexandria, VA—First Step Program ......................................................................................... Children’s Home Society of Idaho, Boise, ID—Idaho Children’s Home ............................................................................................. Children’s Rights Council, Inc., Hyattsville, MD, for Safe Haven Access sites in Stark County, Ohio .............................................. ChildServ, Chicago, IL—Family Service Center in Lake County ........................................................................................................ Christian Family Ministries, Inc., Joliet, IL—Lamb’s Fold Women’s Center ....................................................................................... City Connect Detroit, Detroit, MI for the Detroit Data Partnership, for data collection and integration and development of data sharing partnerships to support design, implementation and measurement of social and economic development programs ...... City of Chester, Bureau of Health, SABER Project, Chester, PA for abstinence education and related services ............................ Coalition to End Family Violence, Oxnard, CA for family violence prevention and treatment and other social services for youth and families ...................................................................................................................................................................................... Community Empowerment Association, Pittsburgh, PA to provide community re-entry programs .................................................... Community Options, Inc., Princeton, NJ, for the Dr. York Development Project ............................................................................... Community Services of Stark County, Inc., Canton, OH—‘‘Stark STRONG’’ (Stark Standing Together Reaching Ohio’s New Generation’s) .................................................................................................................................................................................... Concerned Citizens Community Creation Center, Pittsburgh, PA for education, counseling, crisis intervention and other services for at-risk families ............................................................................................................................................................................. Connecticut Council of Family Service Agencies, Wethersfield, CT for the Empowering People for Success welfare-to-work initiative ................................................................................................................................................................................................ Covenant House Alaska to expand services to runaway and homeless youth in the Anchorage, AK area ..................................... Covenant House Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA to provide support services to homeless and runaway youth ............................. Daily Bread, Melbourne, FL to provide nutritional, mental health and counseling referral services to the working homeless population ................................................................................................................................................................................................. Darkness to Light in Charleston, SC to develop an online training and certification program to prevent child sexual abuse .......... Diakon Lutheran Social Ministries, Mechanicsburg, PA for abstinence education and related services ........................................... Diakon Lutheran Social Ministries, Topton, PA for abstinence education and related services ........................................................ East Harlem Building for the Community, Inc., New York, NY for its Women’s Network to provide counseling, referrals and other services related to domestic violence .............................................................................................................................................. Eckerd Youth Alternatives, Clearwater, FL, for Transition to Independence—An Expansion of a Foster Care Pilot Demonstration project serving youth aging out of the foster care system .............................................................................................................. EDGE Outreach, Louisville, KY, for community outreach programs at The Mission House .............................................................. Family First Support Center, Waukegan, IL—Educational Assessment Program .............................................................................. Food for Life, Glenside, PA to implement a pilot project to monitor children of prisoners and parolees in PA ................................ Fred Leroy Health and Wellness Center, Omaha, Nebraska, to provide health services to Native Americans in the Northern Ponca Service Unit .......................................................................................................................................................................... Friends Association, West Chester, PA, to support adoption and foster child services .................................................................... Generations of Hope, Rantoul, IL—to replicate the program which is a unique community setting enriching the lives of foster children and the elderly by entwining their daily lives ..................................................................................................................... George Washington Carver Community Center, Project A.C.E., Norristown, PA for abstinence education and related services ... Girl Scout Totem Council in Seattle, WA, to expand the Fostering A Future program ...................................................................... Good News Doctor Foundation and the International Child Development Resources Center, Inc., Melbourne, FL to provide care and to develop best practices for children suffering from autism ................................................................................................... Greater Calvary Community Development Corporation, Erie, PA for abstinence education and related services ........................... Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs Coalition, Philadelphia, PA, to provide housing and mortgage assistance, as part of an initiative to stabilize a community ............................................................................................................................................................ Growth & Development Services, Inc, New York, NY, for support services to at-risk families in Hispanic neighborhoods .............. Guidance Center, project RAPPORT, Ridgeway, PA for abstinence education and related services .............................................. Harbor House of Louisville, Inc., Louisville, KY, for a Training and Development Center for individuals with developmental disabilities ............................................................................................................................................................................................. Heart Beat, Millerstown, PA for abstinence education and related services ...................................................................................... Helping Hands Unlimited, Brooklyn, NY for a transitional supportive housing program for women .................................................. HERO Family Resource Center, Greensboro, AL to reduce and prevent teenage pregnancies through the ‘‘Bright Beginnings’’ program ............................................................................................................................................................................................ Hispanic Counseling Center, Hempstead, NY for domestic violence prevention and intervention programs ................................... Horizons for Homeless Children, Boston, MA, for mentoring, educational, and social development programs ................................ Iowa Mentor Center, Sioux City, IA, for programmatic functions and equipment .............................................................................. Keystone Central School District, Central Mountain Middle School East, Mill Hall, PA for abstinence education and related services ................................................................................................................................................................................................... Keystone Economic Development Corporation, Johnstown, PA for abstinence education and related services .............................. L.V.C.P.T.P., St Luke’s Health Network, CHOICE program, Bethlehem, PA for abstinence education and related services .......... Lackawanna Trail School District, Factoryville, PA for abstinence education and related services .................................................. Lady B Ranch, Apple Valley, CA, for a Therapeutic Horseback Riding Program .............................................................................. LaSalle University, Philadelphia PA for abstinence education and related services .......................................................................... Life House, Duluth, MN for transitional and supportive housing facilities for youth that are homeless, have mental health or substance abuse problems or are otherwise in need of such services ................................................................................................ Mary’s Family, Orlean, VA ................................................................................................................................................................... Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA for abstinence education and related services ........................................................... Monterey County Probation Department, Salinas, CA for a gang prevention and intervention program .......................................... National Energy Assistance Directors Association, Washington, DC for studies regarding low-income home energy assistance .. Neighborhood United Against Drugs, Philadelphia, PA for abstinence education and related services ........................................... Network for Family Life Education, Piscataway, NJ for the Teen-to-Teen Education Project to encourage teens to make responsible choices about sexual health .................................................................................................................................................... VerDate jul<14>2003 18:40 Jun 22, 2005 Jkt 205001 PO 00000 Frm 00034 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\23JNN1.SGM 23JNN1 45,632 99,200 248,000 198,400 74,398 496,000 49,600 198,400 104,160 198,400 99,200 89,280 297,600 238,080 396,800 297,600 24,800 49,600 445,031 134,912 94,240 99,200 992,000 29,760 198,400 198,400 248,000 49,600 124,000 85,312 99,200 148,800 49,600 992,000 49,600 73,408 49,600 50,592 297,600 49,600 138,880 124,000 29,760 78,368 87,296 91,264 73,408 148,800 111,104 198,400 74,400 110,112 1,289,600 198,400 134,912 297,600 Federal Register / Vol. 70, No. 120 / Thursday, June 23, 2005 / Notices 36401 Amounts of awards Names of organizations receiving awards New Brighton School District, New Brighton, PA for abstinence education and related services ..................................................... Nexus Diversified Community Services in Minneapolis, MN to treat developmentally delayed adolescent males ........................... Nueva Esperanza, Philadelphia, PA for abstinence education and related services ......................................................................... Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services, Brooklyn, NY for school-based programs to prevent substance abuse, violence, child abuse and related problems .................................................................................................................................................... Ohio Educational Television Stations (OETS), Toledo, OH for the Ohio Cares project .................................................................... Operation Warm, Chadds Ford, PA—Pennsylvania Youth Coat Distribution Project ........................................................................ Orange County, Orlando, FL, for Harbor House to provide services to victims of abusive relationships .......................................... Parents Anonymous, Claremont, CA to establish, operate, publicize and maintain a national parent helpline, toll free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for parents throughout the US ....................................................................................................................... Partners for Healthier Tomorrows, Ephrata, PA for abstinence education and related services ....................................................... Partners in Family and Community Development, Athens, PA for abstinence education and related services ................................ Perseus House, Inc., Erie, PA for abstinence education and related services .................................................................................. Potter County Court of Common Pleas, Coudersport, PA to implement the Youth/Community project to break the cyclical effect of the dysfunctional family ............................................................................................................................................................... Potter County Human Services, Roulette, PA for abstinence education and related services .......................................................... Providence House, Shreveport, LA—Child Development Center ....................................................................................................... Puerto Rico Administration for Children and Families, San Juan, PR for implementation of automated information systems for child welfare and other programs .................................................................................................................................................... Rape and Victim Assistance Center of Schuykill County, Pottsville, PA for abstinence education and related services ................. Real Alternatives, Harrisburg, PA, for counseling and pregnancy support services .......................................................................... Real Commitment, Gettysburg, PA for abstinence education and related services ........................................................................... Resources for Human Development, Inc., Philadelphia, PA to support an outreach project organizing groups focusing on social services to low-income families ....................................................................................................................................................... School District of Lancaster, Project IMPACT, Lancaster, PA for abstinence education and related services ................................. School District of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA for abstinence education and related services ..................................................... Shaw Jewish Community Center of Akron, OH .................................................................................................................................. Shepherd’s Maternity House Inc., East Stroudsburg, PA for abstinence education and related services ........................................ Silver Ring Thing South Carolina, Columbia, SC to establish an innovative abstinence education program ................................... Silver Ring Thing, Sewickley, PA for abstinence education ............................................................................................................... Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton, OH—Quality Child Care Initiative ...................................................................................... T.O.P.S. FOR YOU, Inc., Brooklyn, NY for services to children and families at the Garrity Post Daycare Center .......................... To Our Children’s Future with Health, Inc., Philadelphia, PA for abstinence education and related services .................................. Tri County Women’s Network, New Carlisle, OH for programs serving pregnant women in crisis who choose to keep their babies learn to become self-sufficient ................................................................................................................................................. Tuscarora Intermediate Unit, McVeytown, PA for abstinence education and related services .......................................................... Uhlich Children’s Advantage Network, Chicago, IL for programs at its Family Resource Center in Riverdale to increase self-sufficiency, improve parenting skills and reduce family violence among teenage and young adult parents ...................................... United Christian Ministries Inc., Osceola, PA for social services focusing on homeless families ..................................................... Urban Family Council, Philadelphia, PA for abstinence education and related services ................................................................... Victim Resource Center Inc., Franklin, PA for abstinence education and related services ............................................................... Visitation Home, Inc., Yardville, NJ, to support services for developmentally disabled residents ..................................................... Volunteers of America/Alaska in Anchorage, AK, in cooperation with the State of Alaska Dept. of Health and Human Services, for a respite camp for children being raised by grandparents in Alaska ........................................................................................ Warren Coalition, Front Royal, VA—Family Care Connections .......................................................................................................... Washington Hospital Teen Outreach, Academy for Adolescent Health, Washington, PA for abstinence education and related services ............................................................................................................................................................................................ West Central Wisconsin Community Action Agency, Glenwood City, WI for the Western Wisconsin JumpStart Replication Project to assist TANF households in purchasing reliable automobiles to help them secure and maintain employment ............. Women’s Care Center of Erie County, Inc. to support prenatal medical services to an at-risk population ....................................... Women’s Care Center of Erie County, Inc., Abstinence Advantage Program, Erie, PA for abstinence education and related services ................................................................................................................................................................................................... Women’s Haven of Tarrant County, Inc., Fort Worth, TX—services at an emergency domestic violence shelter and for a 24hour emergency hotline ................................................................................................................................................................... YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth-McDonald Community Branch, Fort Worth, TX—Together Reaching Unity Concerning Everyone (TRUCE) program ..................................................................................................................................................................... York County Human Life Services, Inc. York, PA for abstinence education and related services .................................................... Youth Crisis Center, Jacksonville, FL, for family and youth counseling ............................................................................................. YWCA of Bucks County, Trevose, PA to promote strong families, positive youth development and safe communities .................. ZERO TO THREE, Washington, DC, for the development of multidisciplinary .................................................................................. 22,816 992,000 71,424 337,280 198,400 124,000 148,800 31,744 49,600 71,424 49,600 99,200 49,600 164,672 595,200 70,432 148,800 81,344 24,800 100,192 101,184 198,400 49,600 99,200 74,400 99,200 396,800 108,128 148,800 83,328 148,800 74,400 124,992 40,672 99,200 198,400 148,800 134,912 297,600 99,200 134,912 54,560 173,600 49,600 99,200 49,600 992,000 Court Teams to raise awareness and increase knowledge and skills regarding the needs of maltreated infants and toddlers and their families involved in the child welfare system to include a program in Fort Bend County, Texas VerDate jul<14>2003 18:40 Jun 22, 2005 Jkt 205001 PO 00000 Frm 00035 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\23JNN1.SGM 23JNN1 36402 Federal Register / Vol. 70, No. 120 / Thursday, June 23, 2005 / Notices K.A. 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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Administration for Children and Families


Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation; Grant Awards to 
Multiple Organizations

AGENCY: Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, ACF, DHHS.

ACTION: Award announcement.

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SUMMARY: Notice is hereby given that noncompetitive grant awards are 
being made to multiple organizations to conduct demonstration and 
implement service provision projects on a wide range of issues relating 
to social services. The number of grants is 114 for a total amount of 
$20,083,653. These noncompetitive awards were recommended by the 
Congress and were listed in the FY 2005 Senate-House conference 
agreement.

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                                                            Amounts of
         Names of organizations receiving awards              awards
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A+ for Abstinence, Waynesboro, PA for abstinence                 $44,640
 education and related services.........................
AIDSCARE, Inc., Chicago, IL for social services and              248,000
 related programs at its facilities for people living
 with AIDS..............................................
Americana Community Center, Inc., Louisville, KY, for             18,848
 community involvement training.........................
Andrus Children's Center, Yonkers, NY for the Yonkers             49,600
 Early Childhood Initiative.............................
Anna Maria College, Paxton, MA, for program development           99,200
 at the Molly Bish Center for the Protection of Children
 and the Elderly........................................
Annandale Christian Community for Action, Annandale, VA--         49,600
 Child Development Center...............................
Arrowhead Economic Opportunity Agency, Inc., Virginia,           595,200
 MN for the Family to Family community-based mentoring
 program to assist low-income families..................
Atlanta Interfaith AIDS Network, Atlanta, GA for the              39,680
 Common Ground day program for adults living with HIV/
 AIDS...................................................
Best Friends and Best Men Program at the Indian River             49,600
 School District, Sebastian, FL.........................
Birth Choice Pregnancy Centers, Mission Viejo, CA to             148,800
 support counseling and medical services at three
 pregnancy centers in Orange County, CA.................
Breakaway Ministries, Gadsden, AL, for the Silver Ring            79,360
 Thing Program for abstinence education and related
 services...............................................

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Catholic Social Services, The Bridge, Wilkes Barre, PA            45,632
 for abstinence education and related services..........
Cesar Chavez Center, Davenport, IA to assist the                  99,200
 Hispanic community in accessing social services and
 community resources....................................
Child and Family Network Centers, Alexandria, VA--First          248,000
 Step Program...........................................
Children's Home Society of Idaho, Boise, ID--Idaho               198,400
 Children's Home........................................
Children's Rights Council, Inc., Hyattsville, MD, for             74,398
 Safe Haven Access sites in Stark County, Ohio..........
ChildServ, Chicago, IL--Family Service Center in Lake            496,000
 County.................................................
Christian Family Ministries, Inc., Joliet, IL--Lamb's             49,600
 Fold Women's Center....................................
City Connect Detroit, Detroit, MI for the Detroit Data           198,400
 Partnership, for data collection and integration and
 development of data sharing partnerships to support
 design, implementation and measurement of social and
 economic development programs..........................
City of Chester, Bureau of Health, SABER Project,                104,160
 Chester, PA for abstinence education and related
 services...............................................
Coalition to End Family Violence, Oxnard, CA for family          198,400
 violence prevention and treatment and other social
 services for youth and families........................
Community Empowerment Association, Pittsburgh, PA to              99,200
 provide community re-entry programs....................
Community Options, Inc., Princeton, NJ, for the Dr. York          89,280
 Development Project....................................
Community Services of Stark County, Inc., Canton, OH--           297,600
 ``Stark STRONG'' (Stark Standing Together Reaching
 Ohio's New Generation's)...............................
Concerned Citizens Community Creation Center,                    238,080
 Pittsburgh, PA for education, counseling, crisis
 intervention and other services for at-risk families...
Connecticut Council of Family Service Agencies,                  396,800
 Wethersfield, CT for the Empowering People for Success
 welfare-to-work initiative.............................
Covenant House Alaska to expand services to runaway and          297,600
 homeless youth in the Anchorage, AK area...............
Covenant House Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA to provide          24,800
 support services to homeless and runaway youth.........
Daily Bread, Melbourne, FL to provide nutritional,                49,600
 mental health and counseling referral services to the
 working homeless population............................
Darkness to Light in Charleston, SC to develop an online         445,031
 training and certification program to prevent child
 sexual abuse...........................................
Diakon Lutheran Social Ministries, Mechanicsburg, PA for         134,912
 abstinence education and related services..............
Diakon Lutheran Social Ministries, Topton, PA for                 94,240
 abstinence education and related services..............
East Harlem Building for the Community, Inc., New York,           99,200
 NY for its Women's Network to provide counseling,
 referrals and other services related to domestic
 violence...............................................
Eckerd Youth Alternatives, Clearwater, FL, for                   992,000
 Transition to Independence--An Expansion of a Foster
 Care Pilot Demonstration project serving youth aging
 out of the foster care system..........................
EDGE Outreach, Louisville, KY, for community outreach             29,760
 programs at The Mission House..........................
Family First Support Center, Waukegan, IL--Educational           198,400
 Assessment Program.....................................
Food for Life, Glenside, PA to implement a pilot project         198,400
 to monitor children of prisoners and parolees in PA....
Fred Leroy Health and Wellness Center, Omaha, Nebraska,          248,000
 to provide health services to Native Americans in the
 Northern Ponca Service Unit............................
Friends Association, West Chester, PA, to support                 49,600
 adoption and foster child services.....................
Generations of Hope, Rantoul, IL--to replicate the               124,000
 program which is a unique community setting enriching
 the lives of foster children and the elderly by
 entwining their daily lives............................
George Washington Carver Community Center, Project                85,312
 A.C.E., Norristown, PA for abstinence education and
 related services.......................................
Girl Scout Totem Council in Seattle, WA, to expand the            99,200
 Fostering A Future program.............................
Good News Doctor Foundation and the International Child          148,800
 Development Resources Center, Inc., Melbourne, FL to
 provide care and to develop best practices for children
 suffering from autism..................................
Greater Calvary Community Development Corporation, Erie,          49,600
 PA for abstinence education and related services.......
Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs Coalition,                    992,000
 Philadelphia, PA, to provide housing and mortgage
 assistance, as part of an initiative to stabilize a
 community..............................................
Growth & Development Services, Inc, New York, NY, for             49,600
 support services to at-risk families in Hispanic
 neighborhoods..........................................
Guidance Center, project RAPPORT, Ridgeway, PA for                73,408
 abstinence education and related services..............
Harbor House of Louisville, Inc., Louisville, KY, for a           49,600
 Training and Development Center for individuals with
 developmental disabilities.............................
Heart Beat, Millerstown, PA for abstinence education and          50,592
 related services.......................................
Helping Hands Unlimited, Brooklyn, NY for a transitional         297,600
 supportive housing program for women...................
HERO Family Resource Center, Greensboro, AL to reduce             49,600
 and prevent teenage pregnancies through the ``Bright
 Beginnings'' program...................................
Hispanic Counseling Center, Hempstead, NY for domestic           138,880
 violence prevention and intervention programs..........
Horizons for Homeless Children, Boston, MA, for                  124,000
 mentoring, educational, and social development programs
Iowa Mentor Center, Sioux City, IA, for programmatic              29,760
 functions and equipment................................
Keystone Central School District, Central Mountain                78,368
 Middle School East, Mill Hall, PA for abstinence
 education and related services.........................
Keystone Economic Development Corporation, Johnstown, PA          87,296
 for abstinence education and related services..........
L.V.C.P.T.P., St Luke's Health Network, CHOICE program,           91,264
 Bethlehem, PA for abstinence education and related
 services...............................................
Lackawanna Trail School District, Factoryville, PA for            73,408
 abstinence education and related services..............
Lady B Ranch, Apple Valley, CA, for a Therapeutic                148,800
 Horseback Riding Program...............................
LaSalle University, Philadelphia PA for abstinence               111,104
 education and related services.........................
Life House, Duluth, MN for transitional and supportive           198,400
 housing facilities for youth that are homeless, have
 mental health or substance abuse problems or are
 otherwise in need of such services.....................
Mary's Family, Orlean, VA...............................          74,400
Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA for                 110,112
 abstinence education and related services..............
Monterey County Probation Department, Salinas, CA for a        1,289,600
 gang prevention and intervention program...............
National Energy Assistance Directors Association,                198,400
 Washington, DC for studies regarding low-income home
 energy assistance......................................
Neighborhood United Against Drugs, Philadelphia, PA for          134,912
 abstinence education and related services..............
Network for Family Life Education, Piscataway, NJ for            297,600
 the Teen-to-Teen Education Project to encourage teens
 to make responsible choices about sexual health........

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New Brighton School District, New Brighton, PA for                22,816
 abstinence education and related services..............
Nexus Diversified Community Services in Minneapolis, MN          992,000
 to treat developmentally delayed adolescent males......
Nueva Esperanza, Philadelphia, PA for abstinence                  71,424
 education and related services.........................
Ohel Children's Home and Family Services, Brooklyn, NY           337,280
 for school-based programs to prevent substance abuse,
 violence, child abuse and related problems.............
Ohio Educational Television Stations (OETS), Toledo, OH          198,400
 for the Ohio Cares project.............................
Operation Warm, Chadds Ford, PA--Pennsylvania Youth Coat         124,000
 Distribution Project...................................
Orange County, Orlando, FL, for Harbor House to provide          148,800
 services to victims of abusive relationships...........
Parents Anonymous, Claremont, CA to establish, operate,           31,744
 publicize and maintain a national parent helpline, toll
 free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for parents
 throughout the US......................................
Partners for Healthier Tomorrows, Ephrata, PA for                 49,600
 abstinence education and related services..............
Partners in Family and Community Development, Athens, PA          71,424
 for abstinence education and related services..........
Perseus House, Inc., Erie, PA for abstinence education            49,600
 and related services...................................
Potter County Court of Common Pleas, Coudersport, PA to           99,200
 implement the Youth/Community project to break the
 cyclical effect of the dysfunctional family............
Potter County Human Services, Roulette, PA for                    49,600
 abstinence education and related services..............
Providence House, Shreveport, LA--Child Development              164,672
 Center.................................................
Puerto Rico Administration for Children and Families,            595,200
 San Juan, PR for implementation of automated
 information systems for child welfare and other
 programs...............................................
Rape and Victim Assistance Center of Schuykill County,            70,432
 Pottsville, PA for abstinence education and related
 services...............................................
Real Alternatives, Harrisburg, PA, for counseling and            148,800
 pregnancy support services.............................
Real Commitment, Gettysburg, PA for abstinence education          81,344
 and related services...................................
Resources for Human Development, Inc., Philadelphia, PA           24,800
 to support an outreach project organizing groups
 focusing on social services to low-income families.....
School District of Lancaster, Project IMPACT, Lancaster,         100,192
 PA for abstinence education and related services.......
School District of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA for            101,184
 abstinence education and related services..............
Shaw Jewish Community Center of Akron, OH...............         198,400
Shepherd's Maternity House Inc., East Stroudsburg, PA             49,600
 for abstinence education and related services..........
Silver Ring Thing South Carolina, Columbia, SC to                 99,200
 establish an innovative abstinence education program...
Silver Ring Thing, Sewickley, PA for abstinence                   74,400
 education..............................................
Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton, OH--Quality              99,200
 Child Care Initiative..................................
T.O.P.S. FOR YOU, Inc., Brooklyn, NY for services to             396,800
 children and families at the Garrity Post Daycare
 Center.................................................
To Our Children's Future with Health, Inc.,                      108,128
 Philadelphia, PA for abstinence education and related
 services...............................................
Tri County Women's Network, New Carlisle, OH for                 148,800
 programs serving pregnant women in crisis who choose to
 keep their babies learn to become self-sufficient......
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit, McVeytown, PA for                    83,328
 abstinence education and related services..............
Uhlich Children's Advantage Network, Chicago, IL for             148,800
 programs at its Family Resource Center in Riverdale to
 increase self-sufficiency, improve parenting skills and
 reduce family violence among teenage and young adult
 parents................................................
United Christian Ministries Inc., Osceola, PA for social          74,400
 services focusing on homeless families.................
Urban Family Council, Philadelphia, PA for abstinence            124,992
 education and related services.........................
Victim Resource Center Inc., Franklin, PA for abstinence          40,672
 education and related services.........................
Visitation Home, Inc., Yardville, NJ, to support                  99,200
 services for developmentally disabled residents........
Volunteers of America/Alaska in Anchorage, AK, in                198,400
 cooperation with the State of Alaska Dept. of Health
 and Human Services, for a respite camp for children
 being raised by grandparents in Alaska.................
Warren Coalition, Front Royal, VA--Family Care                   148,800
 Connections............................................
Washington Hospital Teen Outreach, Academy for                   134,912
 Adolescent Health, Washington, PA for abstinence
 education and related services.........................
West Central Wisconsin Community Action Agency, Glenwood         297,600
 City, WI for the Western Wisconsin JumpStart
 Replication Project to assist TANF households in
 purchasing reliable automobiles to help them secure and
 maintain employment....................................
Women's Care Center of Erie County, Inc. to support               99,200
 prenatal medical services to an at-risk population.....
Women's Care Center of Erie County, Inc., Abstinence             134,912
 Advantage Program, Erie, PA for abstinence education
 and related services...................................
Women's Haven of Tarrant County, Inc., Fort Worth, TX--           54,560
 services at an emergency domestic violence shelter and
 for a 24-hour emergency hotline........................
YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth-McDonald Community               173,600
 Branch, Fort Worth, TX--Together Reaching Unity
 Concerning Everyone (TRUCE) program....................
York County Human Life Services, Inc. York, PA for                49,600
 abstinence education and related services..............
Youth Crisis Center, Jacksonville, FL, for family and             99,200
 youth counseling.......................................
YWCA of Bucks County, Trevose, PA to promote strong               49,600
 families, positive youth development and safe
 communities............................................
ZERO TO THREE, Washington, DC, for the development of           992,000
 multidisciplinary......................................
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Court Teams to raise awareness and increase knowledge and skills
  regarding the needs of maltreated infants and toddlers and their
  families involved in the child welfare system to include a program in
  Fort Bend County, Texas


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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: K.A. Jagannathan, Administration for 
Children and Families, Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, 370 
L'Enfant Promenade, SW., Washington, DC 20447, phone: 202-205-4829.

    Dated: June 18, 2005.
Naomi Goldstein,
Director, Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation.
[FR Doc. 05-12431 Filed 6-22-05; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 4184-01-P