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AGENCY: SUMMARY: The Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB), herein announces the awarding of twenty-eight urgent grant awards in order to enable seventeen Mentoring Children of Prisoner Programs and eleven Training and Technical Assistance providers to respond immediately to hurricane disaster evacuee needs in their States and local communities. The effects of Hurricane Katrina have disrupted the ability of the children whose parents are incarcerated to receive mentoring services due to their forced relocation throughout the nation. As a result, FYSB’s network of mentoring grantees and training and technical assistance providers are uniquely positioned to respond to the increase in the numbers of children of incarcerated parents arriving in their new communities. The following agencies are receiving grant funds for a twelve month project period: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Heart, Macon, Georgia, in the amount of $95,000; State of Alabama Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board, Montgomery, Alabama, in the amount of $50,000; YMCA of Greater Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, in the amount of $50,000; Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mississippi, Jackson, Mississippi, in the amount of $95,000; Family and Children’s Agency, Inc., Norwalk, Connecticut, in the amount of $21,350; America on Track of Santa Ana, California in the amount of $95,000; Volunteers in Prevention, Probation and Prisons, Detroit, E:\FR\FM\13OCN1.SGM 13OCN1 59760 Federal Register / Vol. 70, No. 197 / Thursday, October 13, 2005 / Notices Michigan, in the amount of $95,000; Centerforce, Inc. of San Rafael, California in the amount of $63,170; Big Brothers Big sisters of Boone County, Columbia, Missouri, in the amount of $95,000; Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentucky, Louisville, Kentucky, in the amount of $95,000; Rhode Islanders Sponsoring Education, Providence, Rhode Island, in the amount of $13,900; Mississippi Gulf Coast YMCA, Ocean Springs, Mississippi, in the amount of $99,553; Families Under Urban and Social Attacks, Houston, Texas, in the amount of $56,250; Big Buddy Program, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in the amount of $90,000; Big Brothers Big Sisters of Nevada, Reno, Nevada, in the amount of $95,000; Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri, St. Louis, Missouri, in the amount of $95,000; Pima Prevention Partnership, Tucson, Arizona, in the amount of $33,936; The University of Oklahoma National Resource Center for Youth Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma, in the amount of $700,000; Mid-Atlantic Network of Youth and Family Services, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in the amount of $100,000; Youth Network Council, Chicago, Illinois, in the amount of $100,000; Southeastern Network of Youth and Family Services, Bonita Springs, Florida, in the amount of $100,000; Empire State Coalition of Youth and Family Services, New York, New York, in the amount of $100,000; Northwest Network of Runaway and Youth Services, Seattle, Washington, in the amount of $100,000; Western States Youth Services Network, Petaluma, California, in the amount of $100,000; New England Network for Child, Youth and Family Services, Burlington, Vermont, in the amount of $100,000; Southwest Network of Youth Services, Austin, Texas, in the amount of $100,000; Mountain Plains Network for Youth, Bismarck, North Dakota, in the amount of $100,000; MINK Network of Runaway and Homeless Youth Services, Lenexa, Kansas, in the amount of $65,000. The seventeen Mentoring Children of Prisoners Programs will be responsible for reconnecting or establishing new mentoring relationships with evacuated children of incarcerated persons in their new communities. In addition to the seventeen Mentoring Children of Prisoners Programs being funded, the Family and Youth Services Bureau is funding eleven Training and Technical Assistance providers that will provide specialized technical assistance to the Mentoring Children of Prisoners Program grantees in their respective regions. The eleven Training and Technical Assistance Providers are well VerDate Aug<31>2005 16:14 Oct 12, 2005 Jkt 208001 positioned to assist the seventeen Mentoring Children of Prisoners Programs in identifying children of incarcerated persons who are new to a community, developing a plan to provide them with mentoring support and coordinating services with other programs, Federal staff and their contractors. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Curtis O. Porter, Director, Youth Development Division, Family and Youth Services Bureau, 330 C Street, SW., Washington, DC 20447, Phone: 202–205–8102. Dated: October 6, 2005. Joan E. Ohl, Commissioner, Administration on Children, Youth and Families. [FR Doc. 05–20532 Filed 10–12–05; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4184–01–P DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Administration for Children and Families Head Start Bureau; Unsolicited Proposal on Gubernatorial Leadership for Early Care and Education Head Start Bureau, Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). ACTION: Award Announcement, 3 Year Unsolicited Application Project. AGENCY: CFDA#: The Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) number for this program is 93.600. The title is Unsolicited Proposal on Gubernatorial Leadership for Early Care and Education. Legislative Authority: Grants to enhance collaboration efforts between Head Start and other early childhood providers are authorized by The Head Start Action (Pub. L. 05–285). Amount of Award: $600,000. Project Period: 11/1/05–10/31/08. Summary and Purpose: Notice is hereby given that the Head Start Bureau will award grant funds without competition to the National Governor’s Association Center for Best Practices. The grant is an unsolicited service grant award that is within legislative authorities and that proposes activities that may be lawfully supported through grant mechanisms. This application is of merit, and the project will have significant impact on State efforts to design, implement, and improve early childhood systems of care and education. The National Governor’s Association Center for Best Practices proposes to PO 00000 Frm 00047 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 work with Governors to develop and implement new strategic early childhood plans in order to improve quality and coordination of early childhood care and education. The NGA Center will conduct an independent and confidential audit of existing early childhood efforts in four states, provide implementation recommendations to early childhood stakeholders, and publish and disseminate findings and recommendations to the broader policy community. The NGA Center has a history of work with Governors on special early childhood initiatives and has the capacity to take state coordination efforts to the highest level of policy and funding decision making. This unique approach will provide valuable information on effective strategies and improvements in quality and service delivery, yielding valuable information on early childhood investments for States and Federal programs. Contact for Further Information: Administration for Children and Families, Head Start Bureau, 330 C Street, SW., Washington, DC 20447, Kiersten Beigel—(202) 260–4869, kbeigel@acf.hhs.gov. Dated: October 5, 2005. Joan Ohl, Commissioner, Head Start Bureau. [FR Doc. 05–20555 Filed 10–12–05; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4184–01–P DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Health Resources and Services Administration Extramural Support Program for Reimbursement of Travel and Subsistence Expenses Incurred Toward Living Organ Donations Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), HHS. ACTION: Request for public comment. AGENCY: SUMMARY: Congress has provided specific authority under section 377 of the Public Health Service (PHS) Act, 42 U.S.C. § 274f, as amended by Public Law 108–216 for providing reimbursement of travel and subsistence expenses for certain individuals donating their organs. 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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Administration for Children and Families


Administration on Children, Youth and Families; Award 
Announcement

AGENCY: Administration on Children, Youth and Families, ACF, HHS.

ACTION: Award announcement.

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SUMMARY: The Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Family and 
Youth Services Bureau (FYSB), herein announces the awarding of twenty-
eight urgent grant awards in order to enable seventeen Mentoring 
Children of Prisoner Programs and eleven Training and Technical 
Assistance providers to respond immediately to hurricane disaster 
evacuee needs in their States and local communities. The effects of 
Hurricane Katrina have disrupted the ability of the children whose 
parents are incarcerated to receive mentoring services due to their 
forced relocation throughout the nation. As a result, FYSB's network of 
mentoring grantees and training and technical assistance providers are 
uniquely positioned to respond to the increase in the numbers of 
children of incarcerated parents arriving in their new communities. The 
following agencies are receiving grant funds for a twelve month project 
period: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Heart, Macon, Georgia, in the 
amount of $95,000; State of Alabama Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention 
Board, Montgomery, Alabama, in the amount of $50,000; YMCA of Greater 
Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, in the amount of $50,000; Big 
Brothers Big Sisters of Mississippi, Jackson, Mississippi, in the 
amount of $95,000; Family and Children's Agency, Inc., Norwalk, 
Connecticut, in the amount of $21,350; America on Track of Santa Ana, 
California in the amount of $95,000; Volunteers in Prevention, 
Probation and Prisons, Detroit,

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Michigan, in the amount of $95,000; Centerforce, Inc. of San Rafael, 
California in the amount of $63,170; Big Brothers Big sisters of Boone 
County, Columbia, Missouri, in the amount of $95,000; Big Brothers Big 
Sisters of Kentucky, Louisville, Kentucky, in the amount of $95,000; 
Rhode Islanders Sponsoring Education, Providence, Rhode Island, in the 
amount of $13,900; Mississippi Gulf Coast YMCA, Ocean Springs, 
Mississippi, in the amount of $99,553; Families Under Urban and Social 
Attacks, Houston, Texas, in the amount of $56,250; Big Buddy Program, 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in the amount of $90,000; Big Brothers Big 
Sisters of Nevada, Reno, Nevada, in the amount of $95,000; Big Brothers 
Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri, St. Louis, Missouri, in the amount of 
$95,000; Pima Prevention Partnership, Tucson, Arizona, in the amount of 
$33,936; The University of Oklahoma National Resource Center for Youth 
Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma, in the amount of $700,000; Mid-Atlantic 
Network of Youth and Family Services, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in the 
amount of $100,000; Youth Network Council, Chicago, Illinois, in the 
amount of $100,000; Southeastern Network of Youth and Family Services, 
Bonita Springs, Florida, in the amount of $100,000; Empire State 
Coalition of Youth and Family Services, New York, New York, in the 
amount of $100,000; Northwest Network of Runaway and Youth Services, 
Seattle, Washington, in the amount of $100,000; Western States Youth 
Services Network, Petaluma, California, in the amount of $100,000; New 
England Network for Child, Youth and Family Services, Burlington, 
Vermont, in the amount of $100,000; Southwest Network of Youth 
Services, Austin, Texas, in the amount of $100,000; Mountain Plains 
Network for Youth, Bismarck, North Dakota, in the amount of $100,000; 
MINK Network of Runaway and Homeless Youth Services, Lenexa, Kansas, in 
the amount of $65,000.
    The seventeen Mentoring Children of Prisoners Programs will be 
responsible for reconnecting or establishing new mentoring 
relationships with evacuated children of incarcerated persons in their 
new communities. In addition to the seventeen Mentoring Children of 
Prisoners Programs being funded, the Family and Youth Services Bureau 
is funding eleven Training and Technical Assistance providers that will 
provide specialized technical assistance to the Mentoring Children of 
Prisoners Program grantees in their respective regions. The eleven 
Training and Technical Assistance Providers are well positioned to 
assist the seventeen Mentoring Children of Prisoners Programs in 
identifying children of incarcerated persons who are new to a 
community, developing a plan to provide them with mentoring support and 
coordinating services with other programs, Federal staff and their 
contractors.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Curtis O. Porter, Director, Youth 
Development Division, Family and Youth Services Bureau, 330 C Street, 
SW., Washington, DC 20447, Phone: 202-205-8102.

    Dated: October 6, 2005.
Joan E. Ohl,
Commissioner, Administration on Children, Youth and Families.
[FR Doc. 05-20532 Filed 10-12-05; 8:45 am]
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