Administration on Children, Youth and Families; Award Announcement, 57584-57585 [E7-19890]

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Frm 00072 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 SUMMARY: The Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB), herein announces the awarding of fifty supplemental awards in the amount of $5,733,115 to Fiscal Year (FY) 2006 Mentoring of Children of Prisoners (MCP) grantees. Section 439 of the Social Security Act, as amended by the Child and Family Services Improvement Act of 2006 (Pub. L. 109–288) authorizes the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) to award grants for the purpose of supporting the establishment or expansion and operation of communitybased programs to provide one-on-one mentoring relationships between a child of incarcerated parent(s) and a caring, supportive adult mentor under the Mentoring Children of Prisoners Program (MCP). The program is designed to reach the President’s goal of establishing 100,000 mentor/mentee relationships between a E:\FR\FM\10OCN1.SGM 10OCN1 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 195 / Wednesday, October 10, 2007 / Notices rwilkins on PROD1PC63 with NOTICES caring adult and a young person whose parent(s) is incarcerated in a correctional facility by the end of FY 2008. This funding is requested for those grantees that have demonstrated the capacity to make quality matches and currently making significant process in reaching their match goal. One-third of the grantees have made over 50% of their three-year match goal within their first year. The fifty supplemental awards are important to helping our grantees reach more youth who are in need of a mentor. The following agencies are receiving grant funds for a twelve month project period: Boys II Men Mentoring TN YMCA of Greater Louisville, KY ................. BBBS of San Diego County BBBS of Northeastern Arizona .............. BBBS of Ventura County ... BBBS of Harrisonburg ......... BBBS of the Heart of GA ... BBBS of Marin and Napa Counties ........ Clemson Univ, SC ................. Little Dixie Comm CAA, OK ................. Serving Children & Adolescents BBBS of South Texas ............ BBBS of Northern Nevada ... BBBS of Central Ohio ............... BBBS Northwest, OR ....... BBBS of the Capital Region BBBS of Morris, Bergen & Passaic, NJ ......... Volunteers of America Western Washington ............ Institute for Interactive Inst. MD ......... Faith Temple Christian Ctr. FL .................. City of Longview, TX ........ Committed Partners OR ......... VerDate Aug<31>2005 90CV0235 77,806 90CV0238 74,250 90CV0245 66,330 90CV0247 105,930 90CV0248 51,462 90CV0255 81,175 90CV0256 34,650 90CV0258 177,219 90CV0259 170,963 90CV0263 99,000 90CV0264 105,000 90CV0265 600,930 90CV0269 125,730 90CV0270 329,701 90CV0275 110,880 90CV0277 125,075 90CV0278 97,000 90CV0279 90CV0283 90CV0284 90CV0286 90CV0287 17:08 Oct 09, 2007 33,880 105,928 Lac Courte Oreilles Bank of Lake Superior ................. Youth in Action, Inc. ................ BBBS of Florida BBBS of Southeastern PA .... BBBS of the Capital Region, PA ........ Adams Cty Col for CY, MS .... BBBS of Delaware .............. Hour Children, Inc. ................ Indio Youth Task Force, CA ...... ExodusTrans Comm, Inc. NY ................. DeKalb County BBBS of Greater Charlotte, NC Youth Connections, Inc. GA Pittsburgh Ldrshp Fdntn, PA ................. BBBS of Siouxland ...... BBBS of Eastern Missouri ......... BBBS of Central Iowa ............... Center for Children, Inc. MD Volunteers in Prevention ..... Community Drop In Center ....... Greenhope Services for Women .......... Missoula Cty, MT ................. Franklin Williamson Human Services ................ BBBS of Bismarck, ND ..... Centerforce, CA Pima Prevention Partnership, AZ .................. New York Youth at Risk ........... Boys and Girls Club of Benton County, Inc. ................ 65,846 90CV0296 90CV0298 86,130 449,254 90CV0300 623,700 90CV0302 71,280 90CV0305 30,414 90CV0309 76,036 Administration fon Children, Youth and Families; Award Announcement 90CV0310 74,250 AGENCY: 90CV0311 90CV0312 90CV0234 90CV0240 40,365 90CV0241 164,441 90CV0239 116,444 90CV0243 87,333 90CV0244 116,444 90CV0253 29,111 90CV0254 18,755 90CV0260 107,711 90CV0262 16,786 90CV0266 70,572 90CV0268 29,405 90CV0272 47,709 90CV0274 90CV0293 32,192 32,942 90CV0304 88,742 90CV0280 32,492 90CY0257 73,362 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Administration for Children and Families Administration on Children, Youth and Families. ACTION: Award announcement, Administration for Children and 89,100 Families, Department of Health and 132,000 Human Services. Curtis O. Porter, Acting Associate Commissioner, Family and Youth Services Bureau, ACYF, ACF, DHHS. 91,080 Portals Building, 1250 Maryland Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20024; 74,250 202–205–8102. Frm 00073 BILLING CODE 4184–01–P 105,930 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: PO 00000 Dated: September 28, 2007. Susan Orr, Associate Commissioner, Administration on Children, Youth and Families. [FR Doc. E7–19890 Filed 10–9–07; 8:45 am] 90CV0294 86,130 Jkt 214001 57585 CFDA NO.: 93.616. SUMMARY: The Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB), herein announces the awarding of ten supplemental awards in the amount of $1,932,300 to fund Fiscal Year (FY) 2007 Runaway and Homeless Youth Training and Technical Assistance cooperative agreements. The average amount per grantee would be $192,230. Section 439 of the Social Security Act, as amended by the Child and Family Services Improvement Act of 2006 (Pub. L. 109–288) authorizes the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) to award grants for the purpose of supporting the establishment or expansion and operation of communitybased programs to provide one-on-one mentoring relationships between a child of incarcerated parent(s) and a caring, supportive adult mentor under the Mentoring Children of Prisoners Program (MCP). This supplemental funding will be used to access the capacity building expertise of the ten Runaway and Homeless Youth Training and Technical Assistance Providers for the purpose of enhancing the capacity of newly awarded lower scoring community and faith-based MCP grantees. It is expected that the supplementing of the ten RHY Training and Technical Assistance Providers will result in the reduction in program startup issues and other barriers to high performance. It is critical that these MCP grantees receive the best possible services as it relates to enhancing their capacity to develop and maintain a quality mentoring program. The following agencies are receiving grant funds for a twelve month project period: E:\FR\FM\10OCN1.SGM 10OCN1

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[Notices]
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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, Administration 
for Children and Families, Department of Health and Human Services.

ACTION: Award announcement.

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CFDA No.: 93.616.
SUMMARY: The Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Family and 
Youth Services Bureau (FYSB), herein announces the awarding of fifty 
supplemental awards in the amount of $5,733,115 to Fiscal Year (FY) 
2006 Mentoring of Children of Prisoners (MCP) grantees.
    Section 439 of the Social Security Act, as amended by the Child and 
Family Services Improvement Act of 2006 (Pub. L. 109-288) authorizes 
the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) to award grants for 
the purpose of supporting the establishment or expansion and operation 
of community-based programs to provide one-on-one mentoring 
relationships between a child of incarcerated parent(s) and a caring, 
supportive adult mentor under the Mentoring Children of Prisoners 
Program (MCP).
    The program is designed to reach the President's goal of 
establishing 100,000 mentor/mentee relationships between a

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caring adult and a young person whose parent(s) is incarcerated in a 
correctional facility by the end of FY 2008. This funding is requested 
for those grantees that have demonstrated the capacity to make quality 
matches and currently making significant process in reaching their 
match goal. One-third of the grantees have made over 50% of their 
three-year match goal within their first year. The fifty supplemental 
awards are important to helping our grantees reach more youth who are 
in need of a mentor.
    The following agencies are receiving grant funds for a twelve month 
project period:

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Boys II Men Mentoring TN......................     90CV0235       77,806
YMCA of Greater Louisville, KY................     90CV0238       74,250
BBBS of San Diego County......................     90CV0245       66,330
BBBS of Northeastern Arizona..................     90CV0247      105,930
BBBS of Ventura County........................     90CV0248       51,462
BBBS of Harrisonburg..........................     90CV0255       81,175
BBBS of the Heart of GA.......................     90CV0256       34,650
BBBS of Marin and Napa Counties...............     90CV0258      177,219
Clemson Univ, SC..............................     90CV0259      170,963
Little Dixie Comm CAA, OK.....................     90CV0263       99,000
Serving Children & Adolescents................     90CV0264      105,000
BBBS of South Texas...........................     90CV0265      600,930
BBBS of Northern Nevada.......................     90CV0269      125,730
BBBS of Central Ohio..........................     90CV0270      329,701
BBBS Northwest, OR............................     90CV0275      110,880
BBBS of the Capital Region....................     90CV0277      125,075
BBBS of Morris, Bergen & Passaic, NJ..........     90CV0278       97,000
Volunteers of America Western Washington......     90CV0279       33,880
Institute for Interactive Inst. MD............     90CV0283      105,928
Faith Temple Christian Ctr. FL................     90CV0284       86,130
City of Longview, TX..........................     90CV0286       91,080
Committed Partners OR.........................     90CV0287       74,250
Lac Courte Oreilles Bank of Lake Superior.....     90CV0294       65,846
Youth in Action, Inc..........................     90CV0296       86,130
BBBS of Florida...............................     90CV0298      449,254
BBBS of Southeastern PA.......................     90CV0300      623,700
BBBS of the Capital Region, PA................     90CV0302       71,280
Adams Cty Col for CY, MS......................     90CV0305       30,414
BBBS of Delaware..............................     90CV0309       76,036
Hour Children, Inc............................     90CV0310       74,250
Indio Youth Task Force, CA....................     90CV0311      105,930
ExodusTrans Comm, Inc. NY.....................     90CV0312       89,100
DeKalb County.................................     90CV0234      132,000
BBBS of Greater Charlotte, NC.................     90CV0240       40,365
Youth Connections, Inc. GA....................     90CV0241      164,441
Pittsburgh Ldrshp Fdntn, PA...................     90CV0239      116,444
BBBS of Siouxland.............................     90CV0243       87,333
BBBS of Eastern Missouri......................     90CV0244      116,444
BBBS of Central Iowa..........................     90CV0253       29,111
Center for Children, Inc. MD..................     90CV0254       18,755
Volunteers in Prevention......................     90CV0260      107,711
Community Drop In Center......................     90CV0262       16,786
Greenhope Services for Women..................     90CV0266       70,572
Missoula Cty, MT..............................     90CV0268       29,405
Franklin Williamson Human Services............     90CV0272       47,709
BBBS of Bismarck, ND..........................     90CV0274       32,192
Centerforce, CA...............................     90CV0293       32,942
Pima Prevention Partnership, AZ...............     90CV0304       88,742
New York Youth at Risk........................     90CV0280       32,492
Boys and Girls Club of Benton County, Inc.....     90CY0257       73,362
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Curtis O. Porter, Acting Associate 
Commissioner, Family and Youth Services Bureau, ACYF, ACF, DHHS. 
Portals Building, 1250 Maryland Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20024; 202-
205-8102.

    Dated: September 28, 2007.
Susan Orr,
Associate Commissioner, Administration on Children, Youth and Families.
[FR Doc. E7-19890 Filed 10-9-07; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 4184-01-P