Announcement of Intent To Award 35 Operating Division (OPDIV)-Initiated Supplements for Grantees Under the Direct Services for Survivors of Torture Program, 35429-35430 [2020-12564]

Download as PDF 35429 Federal Register / Vol. 85, No. 112 / Wednesday, June 10, 2020 / Notices Notice of intent to issue 35 OPDIV-Initiated Supplements. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES ACTION: Administration for Children and Families SUMMARY: [CFDA Number: 93.604] Announcement of Intent To Award 35 Operating Division (OPDIV)-Initiated Supplements for Grantees Under the Direct Services for Survivors of Torture Program Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). AGENCY: ACF, ORR, Division of Refugee Health announces the intent to award 35 OPDIV-Initiated Supplements in amounts ranging from $23,500 to $95,569 to grantees providing direct services funded through the Services for Survivors of Torture Program. See Table 1 below for more details on the supplement awards. DATES: The proposed period of support for the supplements begins on September 30, 2020, and ends on September 29, 2021. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Curi Kim, Division Director, Division of Refugee Health, Office of Refugee Resettlement, 330 C Street SW, Washington, DC, 20201. Telephone: 202–401–5585. Email: curi.kim@ acf.hhs.gov. The supplements will be allocated to (1) make grantee award amounts whole (equal to their original requested amount); (2) provide a $23,500 increase to all grantees; and (3) provide an increase to two grantees in areas of highest need with the largest waiting lists: Texas and New York. The table below shows the grantees’ organization name, location, and supplemental award amount. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: jbell on DSKJLSW7X2PROD with NOTICES TABLE 1 Supplement amount Organization name City State Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services .................................... Asian Americans for Community Involvement, Center for Survivors of Torture ...... Bethany Christian Services, Center for Healing Torture Trauma ............................ Bilingual International Assistance Services .............................................................. Boston Medical Center, Boston Center for Refugee Health and Human Rights ..... Catholic Charities Corporation .................................................................................. Center for Survivors of Torture ................................................................................. Connecticut Institute for Refugees and Immigrants ................................................. Gulf Coast Jewish Family and Community Services, Florida Center for Survivors of Torture. Heartland Alliance International, Marjorie Kovler Center ......................................... HIAS, Capital Area Healing Coalition ....................................................................... International Rescue Committee in Colorado ........................................................... International Rescue Committee in Arizona ............................................................. Lutheran Community Services Northwest, Northwest Health and Human Rights ... Lutheran Social Services Rocky Mountains, Southwest Program for Survivors of Torture in New Mexico. Nationalities Service Center, Philadelphia Partnership for Resilience Collaborative New York City Health & Hospitals, Bellevue Hospital, Program for Survivors of Torture. New York City Health & Hospitals, Bellevue Hospital, Torture Treatment Coalition New York City Health & Hospitals, Elmhurst Hospital, Libertas Center for Human Rights. Northern Virginia Family Service, Program for Survivors of Torture and Trauma ... Oregon Health & Science University, Torture Treatment Center of Oregon ........... Program for Torture Victims ..................................................................................... Program for Torture Victims in Orange County ........................................................ Survivors of Torture, International ............................................................................ The Center for Victims of Torture in Georgia ........................................................... The Center for Victims of Torture ............................................................................. The University of California, San Francisco Trauma Recovery Center, Survivors International. Torture Abolition and Survivors Support Coalition International .............................. Utah Health and Human Rights Project ................................................................... Vermont Psychological Services, New England Survivors of Torture and Trauma Jewish Family Services of Western NY ................................................................... Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center ............................................................... Partnership for Trauma Recovery ............................................................................ University of Louisville Research Foundation .......................................................... Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles ...................................................................... Dearborn ............................. San Jose ............................. Grand Rapids ...................... St. Louis .............................. Boston ................................. Cleveland ............................ Dallas .................................. Bridgeport ............................ Clearwater ........................... MI ................ CA ............... MI ................ MO .............. MA .............. OH .............. TX ............... CT ............... FL ................ $36,869 23,500 31,409 47,912 53,231 53,166 90,989 23,500 23,500 Chicago ............................... Silver Spring ........................ New York ............................ New York ............................ Seatac ................................. Denver ................................. IL ................. MD .............. NY ............... NY ............... WA .............. CO .............. 53,231 84,083 23,500 53,231 53,015 23,500 Philadelphia ......................... New York ............................ PA ............... NY ............... 53,229 79,110 New York ............................ New York ............................ NY ............... NY ............... 23,500 23,500 Oakton ................................. Portland ............................... Los Angeles ........................ Los Angeles ........................ San Diego ........................... St. Paul ............................... St. Paul ............................... San Francisco ..................... VA ............... OR .............. CA ............... CA ............... CA ............... MN .............. MN .............. CA ............... 28,652 78,267 23,500 23,500 23,500 23,500 53,231 23,500 Washington ......................... Salt Lake City ...................... Burlington ............................ Buffalo ................................. Boise ................................... Berkeley .............................. Louisville ............................. Los Angeles ........................ DC ............... UT ............... VT ............... NY ............... ID ................ CA ............... KY ............... CA ............... 52,887 79,809 53,239 74,401 62,879 71,878 95,557 95,569 VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:06 Jun 09, 2020 Jkt 250001 PO 00000 Frm 00018 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\10JNN1.SGM 10JNN1 35430 Federal Register / Vol. 85, No. 112 / Wednesday, June 10, 2020 / Notices Statutory Authority: Torture Victims Relief Act of 1998, section 5(a), Public Law 105–320, 22 U.S.C. 2152 note. Elizabeth Leo, Senior Grants Policy Specialist, Division of Grants Policy, Office of Administration. [FR Doc. 2020–12564 Filed 6–9–20; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4184–45–P DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY U.S. Customs and Border Protection [Docket No. USCBP–2020–0018] Request for Applicants for Appointment to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection User Fee Advisory Committee U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Department of Homeland Security. ACTION: Committee Management; Request for Applicants for Appointment to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection User Fee Advisory Committee. AGENCY: U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is requesting individuals who are interested in serving on the CBP User Fee Advisory Committee (UFAC or Committee) to apply for appointment. UFAC is tasked with providing advice to the Secretary of Homeland Security through the Commissioner of CBP on matters related to the performance of inspections coinciding with the assessment of a customs or immigration user fee. DATES: Applications for membership should be submitted to CBP at the address below on or before July 27, 2020. SUMMARY: If you wish to apply for membership, your application should be submitted by one of the following means: • Email: TRADEEVENTS@ cbp.dhs.gov. • Fax: (202) 325–4290. • Mail: Ms. Sonja Grant, Office of Trade Relations, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Room 3.5A, Washington, DC 20229. 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[Federal Register Volume 85, Number 112 (Wednesday, June 10, 2020)]
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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Administration for Children and Families

[CFDA Number: 93.604]


Announcement of Intent To Award 35 Operating Division (OPDIV)-
Initiated Supplements for Grantees Under the Direct Services for 
Survivors of Torture Program

AGENCY: Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), Administration for 
Children and Families (ACF), Department of Health and Human Services 
(HHS).

ACTION: Notice of intent to issue 35 OPDIV-Initiated Supplements.

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SUMMARY: ACF, ORR, Division of Refugee Health announces the intent to 
award 35 OPDIV-Initiated Supplements in amounts ranging from $23,500 to 
$95,569 to grantees providing direct services funded through the 
Services for Survivors of Torture Program. See Table 1 below for more 
details on the supplement awards.

DATES: The proposed period of support for the supplements begins on 
September 30, 2020, and ends on September 29, 2021.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Curi Kim, Division Director, Division 
of Refugee Health, Office of Refugee Resettlement, 330 C Street SW, 
Washington, DC, 20201. Telephone: 202-401-5585. Email: 
[email protected].

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The supplements will be allocated to (1) 
make grantee award amounts whole (equal to their original requested 
amount); (2) provide a $23,500 increase to all grantees; and (3) 
provide an increase to two grantees in areas of highest need with the 
largest waiting lists: Texas and New York. The table below shows the 
grantees' organization name, location, and supplemental award amount.

                                                     Table 1
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                                                                                                    Supplement
            Organization name                        City                        State                amount
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Arab Community Center for Economic and    Dearborn..................  MI........................         $36,869
 Social Services.
Asian Americans for Community             San Jose..................  CA........................          23,500
 Involvement, Center for Survivors of
 Torture.
Bethany Christian Services, Center for    Grand Rapids..............  MI........................          31,409
 Healing Torture Trauma.
Bilingual International Assistance        St. Louis.................  MO........................          47,912
 Services.
Boston Medical Center, Boston Center for  Boston....................  MA........................          53,231
 Refugee Health and Human Rights.
Catholic Charities Corporation..........  Cleveland.................  OH........................          53,166
Center for Survivors of Torture.........  Dallas....................  TX........................          90,989
Connecticut Institute for Refugees and    Bridgeport................  CT........................          23,500
 Immigrants.
Gulf Coast Jewish Family and Community    Clearwater................  FL........................          23,500
 Services, Florida Center for Survivors
 of Torture.
Heartland Alliance International,         Chicago...................  IL........................          53,231
 Marjorie Kovler Center.
HIAS, Capital Area Healing Coalition....  Silver Spring.............  MD........................          84,083
International Rescue Committee in         New York..................  NY........................          23,500
 Colorado.
International Rescue Committee in         New York..................  NY........................          53,231
 Arizona.
Lutheran Community Services Northwest,    Seatac....................  WA........................          53,015
 Northwest Health and Human Rights.
Lutheran Social Services Rocky            Denver....................  CO........................          23,500
 Mountains, Southwest Program for
 Survivors of Torture in New Mexico.
Nationalities Service Center,             Philadelphia..............  PA........................          53,229
 Philadelphia Partnership for Resilience
 Collaborative.
New York City Health & Hospitals,         New York..................  NY........................          79,110
 Bellevue Hospital, Program for
 Survivors of Torture.
New York City Health & Hospitals,         New York..................  NY........................          23,500
 Bellevue Hospital, Torture Treatment
 Coalition.
New York City Health & Hospitals,         New York..................  NY........................          23,500
 Elmhurst Hospital, Libertas Center for
 Human Rights.
Northern Virginia Family Service,         Oakton....................  VA........................          28,652
 Program for Survivors of Torture and
 Trauma.
Oregon Health & Science University,       Portland..................  OR........................          78,267
 Torture Treatment Center of Oregon.
Program for Torture Victims.............  Los Angeles...............  CA........................          23,500
Program for Torture Victims in Orange     Los Angeles...............  CA........................          23,500
 County.
Survivors of Torture, International.....  San Diego.................  CA........................          23,500
The Center for Victims of Torture in      St. Paul..................  MN........................          23,500
 Georgia.
The Center for Victims of Torture.......  St. Paul..................  MN........................          53,231
The University of California, San         San Francisco.............  CA........................          23,500
 Francisco Trauma Recovery Center,
 Survivors International.
Torture Abolition and Survivors Support   Washington................  DC........................          52,887
 Coalition International.
Utah Health and Human Rights Project....  Salt Lake City............  UT........................          79,809
Vermont Psychological Services, New       Burlington................  VT........................          53,239
 England Survivors of Torture and Trauma.
Jewish Family Services of Western NY....  Buffalo...................  NY........................          74,401
Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center.  Boise.....................  ID........................          62,879
Partnership for Trauma Recovery.........  Berkeley..................  CA........................          71,878
University of Louisville Research         Louisville................  KY........................          95,557
 Foundation.
Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles.....  Los Angeles...............  CA........................          95,569
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    Statutory Authority: Torture Victims Relief Act of 1998, section 
5(a), Public Law 105-320, 22 U.S.C. 2152 note.

Elizabeth Leo,
Senior Grants Policy Specialist, Division of Grants Policy, Office of 
Administration.
[FR Doc. 2020-12564 Filed 6-9-20; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 4184-45-P