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How to get No-Holds-Barred HHS Grants Info from TAGGS, and a Few Things to Do With It…

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Notes from 2014 Year-end on this October 5, 2012 post:


1. This post has charts and tables in it, run before I had the technical know-how to limit the right-hand-margin.


2. I acknowledge the post is unconscionably long — 17,000 words, including this intro.


3. That said, The TAGGS database does not copy well to wordpress, and is not public-user-friendly. It does not lend to us running flexible reports or sorts, as database ought to, although it’s funded apparently with public dollars. Much later, I learned (this is “as I recall” in a 600++ post blog) the software provider was later taken over by an international (Canada?) based firm, but previous to this had been sued by states or state agencies for failures regarding their performance problems. I have worked with databases before, and know that this level of dysfunction in critical issues would not fly, in small, medium, or very large corporations. It’s so bad, I even started a blog in October 2013 intending to simply print out ALL recipients (unsorted). HHS Giveaways, Government Shutdowns.


HOWEVER, it was my work on grants using this database, and then checking out grantees, which developed my understanding of at least the marriage/fatherhood funding, and what a major problem we have in the country when the average citizens DO NOT understand government fiscal accounting, as we are not intended to. I believe that if we did, there would be a major rebellion over taxation in no way limited to political fringe or other labels, such as “Tea Party.” I encourage people to get involved and get a sense of just who IS getting HHS grants. Run some reports, scan the contents, notice oddities; notice who gets the big ones, or how many 1-time grantees, for example, may get a $50,000 “compassion capital” grant, then (checked at the state registration level) the group gets administratively dissolved, i.e., “take the money and run.” Continuing this practice rewards bad behavior, and allows grants fraud and theft of public money.


HHS Programs are supposed to be helping maintain or create a healthier human population. HHS grants include welfare appropriations, covering food stamps, cash aid, child support enforcement (Title IV-D), foster care payments, child protections services, all kinds of things that are supposed to HELP poor or unhealthy, or endangered people. From what I can see, these same people would be better off if HHS had less to waste, and to divert into more and more population management programs. Somehow, we have detached ourselves from the responsibility for monitoring our own government..

It (USA, federal government) has become the wealthiest infrastructure owner in the world (on the planet).  Here’s that proof:


2014 Bentley Infrastructure 500
Top Owners Ranking

The Bentley Infrastructure 500 is a ranking of the top owners of infrastructure around the world from both the public and private sectors that is published annually. The rankings make it possible to readily compare investment levels across types of infrastructure, regions of the world, and public and private organizations.

Bentley Systems has compiled the Bentley Infrastructure 500 to help global constituents appreciate and explore the magnitude of investment in infrastructure and the potential to continually increase the return on that investment. The BI 500’s value, at over US$16.7 trillion, is close to the 2013 GDP of the U.S. and exceeds the combined 2013 GDPs of China, Japan, and the United Kingdom. Bentley is committed to enhancing infrastructure investment returns through information modeling in integrated projects to create intelligent infrastructure.


Data Results for 2014

Top 10 Owners in the Bentley Infrastructure 500

Rank Company Name Headquarters Country Infrastructure Value*
(millions USD)
1 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT United States 360,900
2 GAZPROM Russia 248,401
3 EXXON MOBIL CORPORATION United States 243,650
4 PETROLEO BRASILEIRO (PETROBRAS) Brazil 227,433
5 ROYAL DUTCH SHELL Netherlands 191,897
6 CHINA NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION China 190,424
7 HIGHWAYS AGENCY United Kingdom 185,875
8 ELECTRICITE DE FRANCE France 172,839
9 CHEVRON CORPORATION United States 164,829
10 ROSNEFT Russia 162,852

*As measured by reported net tangible fixed assets.

 

As a survivor of domestic abuse and the family court systems, which were devastating, I am now looking at the future of my own life and wondering on what basis are we supposed to accept that the purpose of such centralization of power is still benevolent, or retains a concern for the rights of its citizens who support that infrastructure with their ongoing wages.  I was driven back on welfare SEVERAL times in the past decade, and each time, needlessly, and involving either family, or family court rulings, or both, disrupting work I had.  

Parents who are done producing children whose Social Security #s can be used to increase certain professionals’ billings, appear to have out-lived their shelf-life, and find ourselves fighting not to be boxed up for early “termination,” both at the policy level and personal level.  I am referring to the (mis)appropriation of any assets, or income streams, left elderly people.  Some call it guardianship abuse, where there are guardians, but before that (and in my situation, it’s “fiduciary.”) 

In October 2012, the situation resulting in this post was escalating. http://jeanpfannupclose.wordpress.com/, and involving my two daughters, both very young (one was only 19) adults, that had already been deprived of BOTH parents before they graduated from high school.  In November 2012, I had to resort to food stamps, and was forced to be housed but destitute for 15 months, until my reporting to the local DA and a major stalking incident provoked, apparently, a slight change in policy.   In April, 2014, after imminent harm to one daughter, too long dealing with this situation, a series of vehicle vandalisms/thefts, and all three of my INDOOR cats died (at least one mysteriously within hours after confronting my sister Jean Pfann),  I put up a public petition: “Tell Jean Pfann, Welfare Funds are Not her Private Playground.”

In May, 2014, while I continued to request things I had a legal right to (including information, not just the resources), an attempt was made to give this trust to a third party behind my back; I caught and deterred it, and was since faced with a probate petition to do just that, continue withholding proper accounting (evidence for disbursements made as if for my benefit), and give the trust to two women operating under a trade name in the SF Bay Area who claim to control nearly $100 million of others’ assets between them, and were instrumental in developing the licensing requirement for professional fiduciaries within this state (ca. 2009).  Public records in Alameda County, California (Oakland, Hayward, Berkeley, etc.) show they (the two partners, under their fictitious-name registration) are gaining control as trustees and about twice as often, as conservators, meaning, the individual under “conservatorship”doesn’t get to make personal decisions about things a free person would.  It is a consignment to “incompetent” and controlled status.   I’m simply stating the obvious, calling a group Associates”or Institute” doesn’t make it anything more than it , as business entity or dba is — either a business entity, or a “dba,” trade name.

The window to their website (window frame, that is), reads, grandiose in scope:  “IMT Associates:  The Bay Area’s Leading Institute for Management and Therapy, Comprehensive Fiduciary, Geriatric and Mental Health Services.”

Notice the scope of services, and which are emphasized:

IMT Associates is proud to be the longest running, full service professional private fiduciary agency in Northern California.  We are a California Licensed Professional Fiduciary, and since 1985 we have specialized in serving as Trustee, Conservator and Case Manager for Bay Area clients including the mentally and physically disabled, elderly, incapacitated and many others with special needs. 

Description of the two partners shows primary background in social services and psychology, with a focus on vulnerable populations.  My sister, having hired an attorney to do the work of (controlling me properly), having been “outed” as to her recent abuse, now has a petition in the probate court to simply transfer (the funds I need to live on, pending separation from this type of constant disruption of life and work, which has been going on for over a decade now), to others who, in my opinion, do not seem particularly prone to respecting independently-minded, a.k.a. “”difficult” clients such as myself.  This is from one of the descriptive paragraphs of the two partners:

Sharon Toth has been a social worker since 1968 and has worked extensively with mentally ill clients since 1974.  Before co-founding IMT Associates in 1985, she worked with various government agencies and provided a wide variety of mental health services to individuals and families.  She has considerable experience with public benefit resources including the Social Security Administration and the Veterans Administration.

Sharon helped pioneer the Professional Fiduciary Association of California (PFAC) and continues to provide leadership by volunteering on various oversight committees. She served as Statewide President of PFAC 2008-2009 and also served on the State board to assist the Professional Fiduciaries Bureau to help develop the new required examination for licensing all professional fiduciaries in California, as well a review course. In addition, Sharon served on the State Judicial Council committee to create training for non-professionals seeking to become conservators or guardians for family members.

 The particular family member I am in opposition to, currently, from 2001 forward chose to “sponsor” the very events most directly responsible for eradicating my income base, and undermining immediate family relationships.  I left an abusive and violent husband in 1999; and before the restraining order was expired, had to “face-off” with Ms. Pfann and her husband over my basic determination to make a fresh life, with new (not abuse-enabling) associates, typically in my neighborhood, or as clients/employers.  This was a problem, and for many families, individuals leaving abuse WILL disrupt that comfortable codependency system.  They MUCH prefer a family member traumatized and in need, than self-sustaining and confident.


WHEN they do, the individual who wants “out” of the tribal mentality may have to fight out, and generally speaking, there is a profit motive somewhere along the line.  Some people just like to manage others (against their will or not) and for such people, psychology and social services, with their connection to the federal social security or disability benefits funding streams (especially after connections within government itself are made first), seems ideal.


 While we may not yet have an official designation as “dissident + independent = mentally incompetent” in the DSM, in practice it’s probably there already.

Sharon is frequently sought out for public speaking and teaching opportunities to share her wisdom with newer fiduciaries.  She is well respected in the estate planning community and is considered an expert in dealing with difficult clients and situations.

Education:
• Masters in Social Work, C.S.U. Sacramento, 1978
• Bachelor of Arts, University of Illinois, 1967

 

FBN Records     Search UCC Records
    Search Business Names and assumed names (d.b.a.) that have been filed with the county.
    Index from last 9 years to current filing.

(Sample filing, I removed Instr# and Date, but recent searches showed about 70 of TR to over 140 Conserv.  Note:  Database comes with a disclaimer, and to access it, one must acknowledge the disclaimer.  For actual records, see their office or, presumably, order a certified one as available):


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In this post, where margins exceed the righthand page (and as $$ are the rightmost column, ALWAYS, that’s a problem) any search could be re-run, using the same columns and (if I’ve noted them) filters (select conditions) categories, and when those results are seen on your computer, print them to “pdf” and save it. It is not worth my time on this post to clean up formatting, or attempt to reproduce those reports, not knowing the specific public interest in them. A more valuable practice would be for the reader to “get their hands wet” and start using this database personally to see how it works and what’s on it. Better yet, go to my table of contents post and start understanding the “CAFR” topic (Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports), accept that any government capable of giving away so many grants and losing track of them, failing to provide the public with, for “FREE” (at no extra charge) a functional database so we may help with the monitoring, (it’s clear the Offices of Inspector General can’t keep up with it all) . . has too much money. They need to be put on an allowance, but aren’t likely to be, as business investments are heading to the public/private partnership model, which uses us (the public) as its line of credit.


Tracking Accountability in Government Grants System (TAGGS)

The Tracking Accountability in Government Grants System (TAGGS) is a robust reporting tool developed by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Grants and Acquisition Policy and Accountability (OGAPA). The TAGGS database is a central repository for grants awarded by the eleven HHS Operating Divisions (OPDIVs)*. TAGGS tracks obligated grant funds at the transaction level.

TAGGS.hhs.gov,” that is…

True, this isn’t the only governmental spending around, or the only financial information around.  But it DOES show where a large federal agency is — and has been — giving away a lot of money.  A LOT, and to whom.

I think it was HHS/ACF said it had $16 billion of discretionary money to give away to improve the lives of families — in 2013.  My personal opinion is, if they have that much money to give away, they should instead just give some of it back — but this obviously isn’t how government works…

HOW BIG IS IT?

Here are the state recipients which received — from the hand of HHS (a Federal Agency) — over $10 billion ($10,000,000,000) of grants — not contracts, loans, etc. but Gifts with Strings — in 2012:

Recipient Name City State ZIP Code County Sum of Awards
NY ST DEPT OF HEALTH  ALBANY  NY  12237  ALBANY   $ 27,628,251,843
Department of Health Care Services  SACRAMENTO  CA  95899-7413  SACRAMENTO   $ 26,047,581,703
TEXAS HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES COMMISSION  AUSTIN  TX  78711-3247  TRAVIS   $ 18,567,426,806
PA ST DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE  HARRISBURG  PA  17105  DAUPHIN   $ 13,608,350,718
OH ST DEPARTMENT OF JOB & FAMILY SERVICES  COLUMBUS  OH  43215  FRANKLIN   $ 12,134,842,814
NC ST DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES  RALEIGH  NC  27603-1388  WAKE   $ 11,439,197,692
FL ST FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION  TALLAHASSEE  FL  32308  LEON   $ 10,300,084,668

(the funky alignment is my trying to tinker with widths — my HTML is rudimentary at best, & self-taught…)

This won’t be pretty, but it’s the best I can think of right now, given limited technology — I mean, my laptop and this blog.

I’m going to show some things, which will take a lot of report printouts and which may run off the right margin. If it does, View/Zoom in (However it works on your computer) to reduce font size; trust me, it works and can be brought to within the margin!

So, HOW BIG & EXPANSIVE IS THE HHS?

Oh, I don’t know.  But check out this 2012 HHS ACF “Justification of Estimates for Appropriations Committees,” with cover letter from Assistant Secretary (of HHS), David Hansell, I mean the chart of departments on page 3 or so!

Go to about page 3 and see the (large)  chart of departments for the HHS (ACF; Head Start; Office of Child Support Enforcement, another etc. — these are functional departments according to programs.  Next row looks like more administrative depts, and at the bottom — across the bottom — are the Ten Regions of HHS:  I, II, III, IV . . . . . . X. — kinda like the Ten Commandments, maybe?  Anyhow, they are at least Ten Command posts.

These are in, respectively:   BOSTON, NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, ATLANTA CHICAGO, DALLAS, KANSAS CITY, DENVER, SAN FRANCISCO, SEATTLE.    One for each finger, if you’re normal….

In each of these cities, also one can find some major court & health blend innovations as well; particularly Denver is home to several organizations which are HHS grantees and influential in the development (administration, and evaluation) of the Family Court (now “Unified Family Court in many areas) therapeutic jursiprudence system.  “Just come through our doors, Daddy has some psycho-educational-social conditioning classes for you, don’t worry, they’re free!” (paid previously through taxes, and other loss of value in different areas of the economy).   Results of surveys are then sent back to other centers for tabulation and writeups…. (no seriously — they are!

Featured Publication:

The Challenge of Helping Low-Income Fathers Support Their Children /
Final Lessons from Parents’ Fair Share  

(from MDRC, itself a blend of Gov’t & Foundations since 1974)Funders:U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesThe Pew Charitable TrustsW. K. Kellogg FoundationCharles Stewart Mott FoundationU.S. Department of Agriculture ~The Annie E. Casey Foundation~ U.S. Department of Labor~Ford Foundation~The McKnight Foundation~Northwest Area Foundation~Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Fathers provide important financial and emotional support to their children. Yet low-income noncustodial fathers, with low wages and high rates of joblessness, often do not fulfill their parenting roles. The child support system has not traditionally helped these men to do so, since its focus has been on securing financial support from fathers who can afford to pay. Meanwhile, fathers who cannot pay child support accumulate debts that can lead them to evade the system and its penalties altogether – and further limit their contact with their children.Parents’ Fair Share (PFS) was designed as an alternative to standard enforcement. Launched in 1994 in seven sites, PFS was a national demonstration program that aimed to help low-income noncustodial fathers find more stable and better-paying jobs, pay child support on a consistent basis, and become more involved parents.
Funded by the organizations listed at the front of this monograph, PFS provided employment and training services, peer support groups, voluntary mediation between parents, and modified child support enforcement.

Besides designing the PFS demonstration, MDRC evaluated it (how’s THAT for evaluation neutrality!). Between 1994 and 1996, each of more than 5,500 fathers was randomly assigned to PFS or a control group, and the program’s effects were estimated by comparing how the two groups fared over a two-year period. This monograph synthesizes the demonstration’s key findings and uses them to formulate several recommendations for the next generation of fatherhood programs.
They were low-income, in arrears on child-support and probably largely African-American anyhow, so why not conduct some social science (behavioral modification) experimentation on the men in exchange for reduced child support arrears and some help?  (NOTE:  This is why we need to pay better attention to HHS…)  It’s not medical experimentation, but social science behavioral change medication.

FYI — so is the marriage programming (as well as a source of living and real estate acquisition for some grantees).

So, HHS has Ten Regions, got that straight?  Not 50 states & Territories but as far as HHS, Ten Regions.  And generally speaking, programs are run through a “Pilot” program first.  Maybe in your city.

Here’s a novel (?)idea from HHS it would like see more of.   Note, the only grantees have to already be working for Title IV-D Agencies, which resonate to the marching beats of HHS already…  According to HHS, all 50 states had to centralize their child support distribution in the late 1990s (or lose federal welfare aid to states; so naturally they opted to do so….)

RSS Feed  ACF’s Office of Child Support Enforcement Awards Grants for Parenting Time Pilots October 5, 2012

Five child support agencies—San Diego, CA; Monroe County, IN; Fairfield County, OH; Florida; and Oregon—received

Parenting Time Opportunities for Children Pilot Program grants from OCSE.  They will develop, implement, and thoroughly evaluate service delivery models to establish parenting time orders along with child support orders.  Family violence safeguards are required

A little more sarcastic commentary…

Basically this means that, although you may live in a certain state, and — if there’s a complaint and you may want to appeal to a federal court about your parental rights just got violated — states make visitation and custody decisions, the federal court’s hands are kinda tied…

However, because the Federal Government’s largesse (esp. this HHS) is for our welfare and collective population’s benefit, besides, it loves us, and wants all children to be healthy — and we all know (right?) that means having ongoing regular contact with  BOth parents, especially if one is a father — it’d like to make this more of an, er, routine grants-incentivized custody & visitation decision tied into their “Access Visitation” funding — and of course if it’s a matter of Family Violence, a local expert will advise (?).  However in individual cases, should anyone ask,  is the United States of America messing with individual family’s BIZness — the answer is, no.  Only in the collective.  We’re just trying to help…

(Seriously, I don’t know, but here’s the description).  Hover on the cursor for confirmation that in the OCSE’s eyes, noncustodial still means “father” even though there are now (since 1996 and this program, especially), plenty of noncustodial mothers, who these programs don’t really help…. (description is actually from a more detailed description here).

SO — say, the year passes and I want to know what S.O.B. grant was affecting my ability to see my kids (or wasn’t if I wanted it to), where I’d go would probably be — once the grant award was announced (and its recipients or number) — to TAGGS.hhs.gov — get it?

http://www.acf.hhs.gov/grants/open/foa/view/HHS-2012-ACF-OCSE-FI-0298


The Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) invites eligible IV-D agencies to submit competitive grant applications to develop, implement, and evaluate service delivery models to establish parenting time orders along with child support order.  Over the 4 year project period, demonstration grant funds will provide State and local child support agencies with the opportunity to plan and pilot strategies to establish parenting time responsibilities and related access and visitation services in coordination with the child support program and to fund thorough evaluation of the pilot program.   Family violence safeguards will be required.  Additionally, applicants will be required to coordinate with their State Access and Visitation program authorized by 42 U.S.C. §669(b).

The statutory authority for this program is found in Section 452(j) of the Act, 42 U.S.C. §652(j), which provides Federal funds for information dissemination and technical assistance to States, training of Federal and State staff to improve State child support (CS) programs, and research, demonstration, and special projects of regional or national significance relating to the operation of CS programs.

The following change has been made as modification to this announcement:

1)  In Section III.1. Eligible Applicants, the eligibility language was modified  to clarify that State Title IV-D agencies and umbrella agencies of Title IV-D agencies are eligibile applicants.  The eligiblity language now reads:

Eligibility is open to State (including the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands) Title IV-D agencies, county, city or township, special district Title IV-D agencies, and umbrella agencies of Title IV-D agencies.


Now that you have an idea of how our country is organized (was this taught in high school?) — forget it. Because the new things now is “interoperability” and the new theme graphic looks more like this:

Child Support ToolKit

Child Support Toolkit image map

re: TAGGS DATABASE — if there is another more comprehensive way to sample, check, or look up what grants were (already0 disbursed in chart or report form, I’m unaware of it, not if we want a serious grasp of what’s going out.  This was provided, I think, for the public.  Which pretty much tells me what whoever designed it thinks of the public (not too highly!).

I believe I’ve established that no single data field (including grantee name, grantee DUNS#, Principal Investigator, Grant Title!) is reliable for selecting on, which therefore means no reports on certain grantees, or grants — are going to have data integrity.  Something will be left out.

Also, the fields one can sort on (i.e., column headings) are arranged such that depending on what one checks, it will be alpha by grantee, or by Program Office, or Chrono by Fiscal year, etc.  Moreover, certain grants “skip town,” meaning, they may start a grant award in one state, and then move to another the next year.

HHS has the country organized by regions anyhow — you should see it.  This is simply part of increased central coordination by “IT” — whoever masterminds the plan.  Good luck locating who!

I thought about simply printing out ALL grantees for ALL years in ALL states (but few columns to sort on).  The system capacity ruled that out for me by timing out.

I know that I can’t search 93086 by “all years” because basically every time I try to (selecting “ALL YEARS”), the CFDA options field is radically reduced.  This happened at times with other grant series I was searching.

Plus, it turns out there are grants with no award numbers.  

So, Here’s what I got, and what I’m doing, and if you read this, please do another state before someone catches on and manages to re-arrange some data!

A scroll bar is a wonderful thing — so one can have a huge set of results (say, 24,000) — and use that scroll bar.  The reports should be set to option “500” per page (which is the highest) and anyone smart enough to save it to Excel and work with Excel, should probably do so.  OFF that computer and get a backup, or something!.

RIGHT HERE is a sample of ONE state (ALABAMA — Alpha by state, right?) AND I SELECTED SOME FIELDS, AND ALL YEARS (HAND-SELECTED).   TOO MANY COLUMN HEADINGS MAKES NO SENSE, BUT THIS IS ALPHA BY RECIPIENT AT LEAST.

I noticed, for example, that grants to the Administrative Office of the Courts come either to that title, or to AL ST Administrative Office of the Courts — same recipient, different sort.  That’s why one has to print them all, and look at them all.  Make sure action issue date is one of the columns, though!

HERE’S The fields I selected to find ALL THE GRANTS (all years= since 1995) FOR THIS ONE GRANTEE — and a sample of how results may look.  They are alpha by recipient.

There were 24,534 awards for the State of Alabama for 1995 through “2013.” At least on this search result.

In this post I look at a number of categories, and one or two grantees.  towards the bottom I look at the National Child Advocacy Center which happens to be in Alabama.  I also looked at its tax returns, which didn’t exactly put me in a good mood either — the highest year (2006), they got ca. $674,586 contributions (that’s mostly government grants, about 10% public) and if I subtract what its board members and one employee paid over $50K (it says) — that’s a $177K profit, not including $139K of “technical assistance and training” (program service revenue), $10K unidentified, about $11K more interest — and $4.5K membership dues.

With all that help, and with about $9 million of assets, you’d think it’d come out smelling like a rose, but somehow it came out $131K negative cash flow.  Part of this was setting up another “Southern Regional CAC” for ca. $137K (by memory, don’t quote me; link below).  The $9 million land, etc. of course was depreciated also.

The other thing (not mentioned below, but I will now) about the CAC system is that I’m hearing a LOT of negative feedback from mothers, i.e., that they are in state after state a source of problem in custody cases; i.e., a mother will actually utilize the service for what it was INTENDED for, to report child sexual abuse.  It’s a “one-stop” shop idea sponsored by an ex-Alabama Congressperson who was, in 1985, a District Attorney.  He was (of course, isn’t everyone) trying to help traumatized children.  And its’ true, someone has to — and I’m sure there ARE forensic interviewing skills that MUST be learned, and might as well be trained.

However, these mothers are telling (me, or the public (on-line)) that they are going in, and then in this very, very troubling situation for ANY mother (or father), finding the spotlight is on the parent’s emotional problems!!! (the grants also show the funding moved to CMHS — mental health services — so we should’ve known that, right?).   . . .  . . .

So, anyhow the main illustration of this post is to show what options one has (and their outer envelope) with this particular database, not that HHS/ACF is exactly letting people (customers) know it even exists!  I am, though, and I suggest it may be helpful for some motivated people to run a list of the grants in their own states (and save off-line) similar to mine, here.

After all that, then (next few posts) we have to talk about some “let’s get honest” (Get-Real)  few things, particularly with a Presidential Election coming up in the US!

VIEWING — this table will probably run off the right margin.  To view it, Zoom OUT (View/reduce font size) by CTRL/hyphen or whatever it means til it shrinks, and increase it again if needed to actually read words!

I would adjust column heights but it so happens that I’d have to go not into a column at a time, but each of those little squares (one per row) — or know HTMl better than I do.  Much as I love you viewers (: , well, not that much!  The main idea is to see the pattern anyhow, get a visual.

It was in good part my spending a lot of time on these grants (and follow up) which showed me the scope of the situations, here.

AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 0001ALFRPG FRP 2000 2 1 09/11/2000 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 2 102034209 $ 423,057
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 0101ALFRPG FRP 2001 2 1 09/06/2001 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 2 102034209 $ 421,457
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 0201ALFRPG 1 1 08/27/2002 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 2 102034209 $ 473,960
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 0301ALFRPG 1 1 08/14/2003 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 2 102034209 $ 317,377
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 0401ALFRPG 2004 FRP 1 1 08/26/2004 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 2 102034209 $ 312,349
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 0501ALFRPG 2005 FRP 1 1 09/01/2005 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 2 102034209 $ 420,372
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 0601ALFRPG 2006 FRP 1 1 08/14/2006 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 2 102034209 $ 423,783
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 0701ALFRPG 2007 FRP 1 1 09/12/2007 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 2 102034209 $ 402,816
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 0801ALFRPG 2008 FRP 1 1 09/18/2008 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 2 102034209 $ 454,459
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 0901ALFRPG 2009 FRSS 1 1 09/17/2009 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 2 102034209 $ 464,318
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 1001ALFRPG 2010 CBCAP 1 1 09/09/2010 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 2 102034209 $ 467,116
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 1101ALFRPG 2011 CBCAP 1 1 09/02/2011 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 2 102034209 $ 467,562
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 1201ALFRPG 2012 CBCAP 1 1 08/17/2012 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 2 102034209 $ 503,648
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 90CV0138 MENTORING OF PRISONERS 0 2 08/09/2005 93616 Mentoring Children of Prisoners MARIAN LOFTIN 2 102034209 $ 900,000
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 90CV0138 MENTORING OF PRISONERS 0 3 07/31/2006 93616 Mentoring Children of Prisoners MARIAN LOFTIN 2 102034209 $ 900,000
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 90CV0138 MENTORING OF PRISONERS 1 2 04/19/2006 93616 Mentoring Children of Prisoners MARIAN LOFTIN 2 102034209 $ 0
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 90CV0407 MENTORING CHILDREN OF PRISONERS 0 1 09/19/2007 93616 Mentoring Children of Prisoners STANLEY LANDERS 2 102034209 $ 1,000,000
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 90CV0407 MENTORING CHILDREN OF PRISONERS 0 2 08/14/2008 93616 Mentoring Children of Prisoners STANLEY LANDERS 2 102034209 $ 1,000,000
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 90CV0407 MENTORING CHILDREN OF PRISONERS 0 3 07/14/2009 93616 Mentoring Children of Prisoners STANLEY LANDERS 2 102034209 $ 1,000,000
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 90CV0525 MENTORING CHILDREN OF PRISONERS STATEWIDE PROJECTS 0 1 09/23/2010 93616 Mentoring Children of Prisoners KELLEY P BARNES 2 102034209 $ 1,500,000
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 90FI0047 SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS P.A. 2 0 1 12/20/2002 93601 Child Support Enforcement Demonstrations and Special Projects ALICIA LUCKIE 2 102034209 $ 200,000
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 90FI0077 FAMILY CONNECTIONS IN ALABAMA- (PRIORITY AREA #3) 0 1 08/30/2005 93601 Child Support Enforcement Demonstrations and Special Projects MARIAN LOFTIN 2 102034209 $ 100,000
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 90FI0077 FAMILY CONNECTIONS IN ALABAMA- (PRIORITY AREA #3) 0 2 08/24/2006 93601 Child Support Enforcement Demonstrations and Special Projects MARIAN LOFTIN 2 102034209 $ 100,000
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 90FI0077 FAMILY CONNECTIONS IN ALABAMA- (PRIORITY AREA #3) 0 3 08/20/2007 93601 Child Support Enforcement Demonstrations and Special Projects VICKI C COOPER-ROBINSON 2 102034209 $ 100,000
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 90FI0077 FAMILY CONNECTIONS IN ALABAMA- (PRIORITY AREA #3) 1 2 12/29/2006 93601 Child Support Enforcement Demonstrations and Special Projects   VICKI C COOPER-ROBINSON 2 102034209 $ 0
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 90FI0077 FAMILY CONNECTIONS IN ALABAMA- (PRIORITY AREA #3) 1 3 01/11/2008 93601 Child Support Enforcement Demonstrations and Special Projects VICKI C COOPER-ROBINSON 2 102034209 $ 0
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 90FK0042 PATHWAYS TO RESPONSIBLE FATHERHOOD ALABAMA  03 1 04/20/2012 93086 Healthy marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants LESLIE T GETTYS 2 102034209 $ 2,500,000
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 90XA0004 THE FAMILY AND CHILD TRAINING SYSTEM (FACTS)  0 1 08/20/1999 93670 Child Abuse and Neglect Discretionary Activities TO BE HIRED 2 102034209 $ 2,000,000
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 90XF0023 2005 HURRICANE RELIEF 0 1 09/30/2005 93557 Education and Prevention to Reduce Sexual Abuse of Runaway, Homeless and Street Youth STAN LANDERS 2 102034209 $ 50,000
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 9601ALFRPG FRP 1996 0 01 06/30/1997 93669 Child Abuse and Neglect State Grants 2 102034209 $ 645,240
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 9601ALFRPG 4 1 07/31/1996 NONE Awards not funded from a program listed in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance  2 102034209 $ 645,240
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 9701ALFRPG COMMUNITY-BASED FAMILY RESOURCE PROGRAM 402 1 09/29/1997 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 2 102034209 $ 334,361
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 9801ALFRPG COMMUNITY-BASED FAMILY RESOURCE PROGRAM 1 1 09/14/1998 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 2 102034209 $ 367,760
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD AL 9901ALFRPG FRP 1999 1 1 09/10/1999 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 2 102034209 $ 364,657

What’s the total above?

There’s a lot to be learned from just this information above, for example, what types of grants are thought, in Alabama, to prevent child abuse and neglect.  Interesting, huh?

Then I’d take the DUNS# (if any) and look up things over at usaspending.gov, which would show what other types of (governmental, that is) funding it is pulling IN (i.e., to itself through grant, contract, etc.).

I would run one USAspending.gov report attempting to match what’s above, i.e., what did this same group (or same DUNS#) get from ONLY HHS and ONLY grants…  That answer is, as of today:

As it turns out, this DUNS# is also used by AL OFFICE OF the GOVERNOR — in the sense that $2,500,000 was first given TO that office, then (3/23/2012 like I pointed out last post), taken FROM it.  Another award was “0” so altogether, USASpending.gov shows basically 13 awards total.  

WHY, do you think?

This format is harder to scan, but you can actually see which programs these awards are coming under.  FYI, there is no other category than HHS grants for this particular grantee, which makes the job easier:

So the question is — does the TAGGs total match (for the same years — because TAGGS goes back further) the USASpending.gov total? (data consistency check).  I see from the Timeline that USASpending shows nothing before 2007 (but I’ve also noticed from this database that often 2006 grants tend to show up missing, I don’t know why).

Recipient Name City State ZIP Code County DUNS Number Sum of Awards
AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD  MONTGOMERY AL 36103 MONTGOMERY 102034209 $ 19,259,532
AL ST OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR  MONTGOMERY AL 36104 MONTGOMERY 102034209 $ 0

 

And how does the Office of the governor correspond (as an entity) with the Child Abuse Board — are those governmental employees, or a mix of gov’t, private, etc.?

Total Dollars:
$9,859,919
Transactions:
1 to 15 of 15


Transaction # 1
Federal Award ID: 90FK0042: 00 (Grant) 

Recipient: AL ST OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR 
125 6TH ST N MONTGOMERY, Montgomery, Alabama
Program Source: 75-1552
Department/Agency: Department of Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Children and Families
CFDA Program: 93.086: Healthy Marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants
Description: PATHWAYS TO RESPONSIBLE FATHERHOOD ALABAMA
Obligation Date: 
09-26-2011 
Obligation Amount: 
$2,500,000

Transaction # 2
Federal Award ID: 90FK0042: 03 (Grant) 

Recipient: AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD 
POST OFFICE BOX 4251, Montgomery, Alabama
Program Source: 75-1552
Department/Agency: Department of Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Children and Families
CFDA Program: 93.086: Healthy Marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants
Description: PATHWAYS TO RESPONSIBLE FATHERHOOD ALABAMA
Obligation Date: 
04-20-2012 
Obligation Amount: 
$2,500,000

Transaction # 3
Federal Award ID: 90CV0525 (Grant) 

Recipient: AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD 
POST OFFICE BOX 4251, Montgomery, Alabama
Program Source: 75-1536 “Children and Families Services Programs”
Department/Agency: Department of Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Children and Families
CFDA Program: 93.616: Mentoring Children of Prisoners
Description: MENTORING CHILDREN OF PRISONERS STATEWIDE PROJECTS
Obligation Date: 
09-23-2010 
Obligation Amount:
$1,500,000


Transaction # 4
Federal Award ID: 90CV0407 (Grant) 

Recipient: AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD 
POST OFFICE BOX 4251, Montgomery, Alabama
Program Source: 75-1536 “Children and Families Services Programs”
Department/Agency: Department of Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Children and Families
CFDA Program: 93.616: Mentoring Children of Prisoners
Description: MENTORING CHILDREN OF PRISONERS
Obligation Date: 
08-14-2008 
Obligation Amount: 
$1,000,000

Transaction # 5
Federal Award ID: 90CV0407 (Grant) 

Recipient: AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD 
POST OFFICE BOX 4251, Montgomery, Alabama
Program Source: 75-1536 “Children and Families Services Programs”
Department/Agency: Department of Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Children and Families
CFDA Program: 93.616: Mentoring Children of Prisoners
Description: MENTORING CHILDREN OF PRISONERS
Obligation Date: 
07-14-2009 
Obligation Amount: 
$1,000,000

Transaction # 6
Federal Award ID: 90CV0407 (Grant) 

Recipient: AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD 
POST OFFICE BOX 4251, Montgomery, Alabama
Program Source: 75-1536 “Children and Families Services Programs”
Department/Agency: Department of Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Children and Families
CFDA Program: 93.616: Mentoring Children of Prisoners
Description: MENTORING CHILDREN OF PRISONERS
Obligation Date: 
09-19-2007 
Obligation Amount: 
$1,000,000

Transaction # 7
Federal Award ID: 1201ALFRPG: 1 (Grant) 

Recipient: AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD 
POST OFFICE BOX 4251, Montgomery, Alabama
Program Source: 75-1536 “Children and Families Services Programs”
Department/Agency: Department of Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Children and Families
CFDA Program: 93.590: Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants
Description: 2012 CBCAP
Obligation Date: 
08-17-2012 
Obligation Amount: 
$503,648

Transaction # 8
Federal Award ID: 1101ALFRPG: 1 (Grant) 

Recipient: AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD 
POST OFFICE BOX 4251, Montgomery, Alabama
Program Source: 75-1536 “Children and Families Services Programs”
Department/Agency: Department of Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Children and Families
CFDA Program: 93.590: Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants
Description: 2011 CBCAP
Obligation Date: 
09-02-2011 
Obligation Amount: 
$467,562

Transaction # 9
Federal Award ID: 1001ALFRPG: 1 (Grant) 

Recipient: AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD 
POST OFFICE BOX 4251, Montgomery, Alabama
Program Source: 75-1536 “Children and Families Services Programs”
Department/Agency: Department of Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Children and Families
CFDA Program: 93.590: Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants
Description: 2010 CBCAP
Obligation Date: 
09-09-2010 
Obligation Amount: 
$467,116

Transaction # 10
Federal Award ID: 0901ALFRPG: 1 (Grant) 

Recipient: AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD 
POST OFFICE BOX 4251, Montgomery, Alabama
Program Source: 75-1536 “Children and Families Services Programs”
Department/Agency: Department of Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Children and Families
CFDA Program: 93.590: Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants
Description: 2009 FRSS
Obligation Date: 
09-17-2009 
Obligation Amount: 
$464,318

Transaction # 11
Federal Award ID: 0801ALFRPG: 1 (Grant) 

Recipient: AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD 
POST OFFICE BOX 4251, Montgomery, Alabama
Program Source: 75-1536 “Children and Families Services Programs”
Department/Agency: Department of Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Children and Families
CFDA Program: 93.590: Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants
Description: 2008 FRP
Obligation Date: 
09-18-2008 
Obligation Amount: 
$454,459

Transaction # 12
Federal Award ID: 0701ALFRPG: 1 (Grant) 

Recipient: AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD 
POST OFFICE BOX 4251, Montgomery, Alabama
Program Source: 75-1536 “Children and Families Services Programs”
Department/Agency: Department of Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Children and Families
CFDA Program: 93.590: Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants
Description: 2007 FRP
Obligation Date: 
09-12-2007 
Obligation Amount: 
$402,816

Transaction # 13
Federal Award ID: 90FI0077 (Grant) 

Recipient: AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD 
POST OFFICE BOX 4251, Montgomery, Alabama
Program Source: 75-1553 “Children’s Research and Technical Assistance”
Department/Agency: Department of Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Children and Families
CFDA Program: 93.601: Child Support Enforcement Demonstrations and Special Projects
Description: FAMILY CONNECTIONS IN ALABAMA- (PRIORITY AREA #3)
Obligation Date: 
08-20-2007 
Obligation Amount: 
$100,000

Transaction # 14
Federal Award ID: 90FI0077: 1 (Grant) 

Recipient: AL ST CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD 
POST OFFICE BOX 4251, Montgomery, Alabama
Program Source: 75-1553 “Children’s Research and Technical Assistance”
Department/Agency: Department of Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Children and Families
CFDA Program: 93.601: Child Support Enforcement Demonstrations and Special Projects
Description: FAMILY CONNECTIONS IN ALABAMA- (PRIORITY AREA #3)
Obligation Date: 
12-29-2006 
Obligation Amount: 
$0

Transaction # 15
Federal Award ID: 90FK0042: 02 (Grant) 

Recipient: AL ST OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR 
125 6TH ST N MONTGOMERY, Montgomery, Alabama
Program Source: 75-1552
Department/Agency: Department of Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Children and Families
CFDA Program: 93.086: Healthy Marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants
Description: PATHWAYS TO RESPONSIBLE FATHERHOOD ALABAMA
Obligation Date: 
03-23-2012 
Obligation Amount: 
$-2,500,000

If you click on some of the grants (I clicked on 90FK0042, year 3, Item#2 above) there’s a code of numbers, URI, which looks like this:

75-170-90FK0042-03-1-2012-93086-75-1552-NON

You can see the grant#, the budget year, calendar year, CFDA (93086), and 75-1522 is apparently program source…I think that’s Agency (75-HHS) and 1552, perhaps ACF or perhaps something different. 1536 (see above) is “Children and Family Services Programs.”  I do know that TANF comes from “1552.”

the “NON” stands for Business Fund.   …

And then it’s handy to see a timeline.  this timeline shows that in 2010 and 2011, the grants skyrocketed, and of course we aren’t through with 2012 yet (however, it’s got about $500K as opposed to 2011’s $3 million).   Link:

OK?

TAGGS total for this DUNS# is easy to get through the award search.

Here’s another TAGGS printout (I selected years 2007, this grantee, and slightly different fields (columns) which shows, chrono, through which program offices money is coming to (the state government, which this Board is classified as) for various purposes.

Please notice that both Fatherhood and Child Support are considered ways to stop abuse of children. This presents a dilemma, because, according to some (like, why I have this blog!) the child support is leverage to ensure children continue in relationships with abusers, their fathers — in exchange for various benefits to people OThER than the children…

Fiscal Year Program Office Grantee Class Grantee Type Award Number Award Title CFDA Number CFDA Program Name Principal Investigator DUNS Number Sum of Actions
2012 CB State Government Other Social Services Organization 1201ALFRPG 2012 CBCAP 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 102034209 $ 503,648
2012 OFA State Government Other Social Services Organization 90FK0042 PATHWAYS TO RESPONSIBLE FATHERHOOD ALABAMA 93086 Healthy marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants LESLIE T GETTYS 102034209 $ 2,500,000
2011 CB State Government Other Social Services Organization 1101ALFRPG 2011 CBCAP 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 102034209 $ 467,562
2010 CB State Government Other Social Services Organization 1001ALFRPG 2010 CBCAP 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 102034209 $ 467,116
2010 FYSB State Government Other Social Services Organization 90CV0525 MENTORING CHILDREN OF PRISONERS STATEWIDE PROJECTS 93616 Mentoring Children of Prisoners KELLEY P BARNES 102034209 $ 1,500,000
2009 CB State Government Other Social Services Organization 0901ALFRPG 2009 FRSS 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 102034209 $ 464,318
2009 FYSB State Government Other Social Services Organization 90CV0407 MENTORING CHILDREN OF PRISONERS 93616 Mentoring Children of Prisoners STANLEY LANDERS 102034209 $ 1,000,000
2008 CB State Government Other Social Services Organization 0801ALFRPG 2008 FRP 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 102034209 $ 454,459
2008 FYSB State Government Other Social Services Organization 90CV0407 MENTORING CHILDREN OF PRISONERS 93616 Mentoring Children of Prisoners STANLEY LANDERS 102034209 $ 1,000,000
2008 OCSE State Government Other Social Services Organization 90FI0077 FAMILY CONNECTIONS IN ALABAMA- (PRIORITY AREA #3) 93601 Child Support Enforcement Demonstrations and Special Projects VICKI C COOPER-ROBINSON 102034209 $ 0
2007 CB State Government Other Social Services Organization 0701ALFRPG 2007 FRP 93590 Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Grants 102034209 $ 402,816
2007 FYSB State Government Other Social Services Organization 90CV0407 MENTORING CHILDREN OF PRISONERS 93616 Mentoring Children of Prisoners STANLEY LANDERS 102034209 $ 1,000,000
2007 OCSE State Government Other Social Services Organization 90FI0077 FAMILY CONNECTIONS IN ALABAMA- (PRIORITY AREA #3) 93601 Child Support Enforcement Demonstrations and Special Projects VICKI C COOPER-ROBINSON 102034209 $ 100,000
Results 1 to 13 of 13 matches.

Then of course the question might come up, who are those principal investigators, who is that board, and what other relationships do they have in town, etc. . . .  As you can see, this is very unwieldy way to look things up!

And it only shows one of the accounting processes — out flow!

IN TAGGS I CAN’T SORT BY DUNS# IN AN ADVANCED SEARCH FIELD, HAD TO KEY IN THE GRANTEE INSTITUTION’S NAME (OR PART OF IT).

JUST FOR COMPARISON (WHAT OTHER GRANTS THE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR HAS BEEN GETTING) I SEE several different DUNS# under that office, but out of 7 grants (two of which are removals), it’s obvious the BIG one is Healthy Marriages:

Fiscal Year Program Office Grantee Name Grantee Address Award Number Award Title Action Issue Date CFDA Number CFDA Program Name Award Activity Type Principal Investigator DUNS Number Sum of Actions
2012 OFA AL ST OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR 125 6TH ST N MONTGOMERY 90FK0042 PATHWAYS TO RESPONSIBLE FATHERHOOD ALABAMA 03/23/2012 93086 Healthy marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants DEMONSTRATION LESLIE T GETTYS 102034209 $- 2,500,000
2011 NCCDPHP AL ST OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR 125 6TH ST N MONTGOMERY U01DP003150 ALABAMA PREGNANCY RISK ASSESSMENT MONITORING SYSTEM 04/29/2011 93946 Cooperative Agreements to Support State-Based Infant Health Initiative Programs SCIENTIFIC/HEALTH RESEARCH (INCLUDES SURVEYS) CATHERINE M DONALD 613842061 $ 135,000
2011 NCCDPHP AL ST OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR 125 6TH ST N MONTGOMERY U01DP003150 ALABAMA PREGNANCY RISK ASSESSMENT MONITORING SYSTEM 08/27/2011 93946 Cooperative Agreements to Support State-Based Infant Health Initiative Programs SCIENTIFIC/HEALTH RESEARCH (INCLUDES SURVEYS) CATHERINE M DONALD 613842061 $- 135,000
2011 NCCDPHP AL ST OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR 125 6TH ST N MONTGOMERY U01DP003150 ALABAMA PREGNANCY RISK ASSESSMENT MONITORING SYSTEM 09/05/2011 93946 Cooperative Agreements to Support State-Based Infant Health Initiative Programs SCIENTIFIC/HEALTH RESEARCH (INCLUDES SURVEYS) CATHERINE M DONALD 613842061 $ 135,000
2011 OFA AL ST OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR 125 6TH ST N MONTGOMERY 90FK0042 PATHWAYS TO RESPONSIBLE FATHERHOOD ALABAMA 09/26/2011 93086 Healthy marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants DEMONSTRATION Leslie T Gettys 102034209 $ 2,500,000
2010 FDA AL ST OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR 125 6TH ST N MONTGOMERY R13FD003964 FUNDING FOR FOOD SAFETY TASK FORCE MEETINGS AND TRAINING. 07/25/2010 93103 Food and Drug Administration_Research SCIENTIFIC/HEALTH RESEARCH (INCLUDES SURVEYS) LANCE HESTER 929930394 $ 10,000
2009 OCS AL ST OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR 125 6TH ST N MONTGOMERY 90SN0033 ARRA-2009 SCF-STATE, LOCAL AND TRIBAL GOVT. CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAM 09/23/2009 93711 ARRA – Strengthening Communities Fund DEMONSTRATION LISA CASTALDO 124325460 $ 250,000
(note, there are more years involved, 59 more grants I saw for earlier years, incl. a few more “Mentoring Children of Prisoners,” but mostly in the realm of Medicare, or Public Health area.

Is that interesting, or what?  Why would $135K go in, then out, then in again (April, August, September 2011) and who is Ms. Donald?  What’s THAT DUNS# about?? (Public Health Dept. as it turns out).

In 2012, there was a “huge” concern about this issue, as (compare to Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention funding):

2012 VF1CE001143  ALABAMA SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAM 5 000 CDC 10-28-2011 613842061 $ 0 
2012 VF1CE001143  ALABAMA SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAM 5 001 CDC 10-30-2011 613842061 $ 419,731 
2012 VF1CE001143  ALABAMA SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAM 5 002 CDC 01-20-2012 613842061 $ 0 
2012 VF1CE001143  ALABAMA SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND EDUCATION PROGRAM 5 003 CDC 06-12-2012 613842061 $ 114,273 

the award began in 2007 only (VAWA was passed in 1994 for comparison), total is:

Total of all award actions: $ 3,504,978

OK, suppose I, Citizen “Myself,” an individual living in or outside of Alabama, wanted to know more about this board, what resources?  Well, where do you want to start — Google?   Because in Google Alone I can see that one description says this board “oversee the Children’s Trust Fund” (pool of funds / money, aha) — and another one says it IS the Children’s Trust fund, one can see some legislation about it and that there are license plates possibly to raise money for this board.

I know a little more than am saying here (see “Footloose in Tuscaloosa” post) and mentioning this because many states have a Trust fund of this sort — maybe all of them do.  I also know, for example, how it dispenses fatherhood funding, definitely.  That’s a given because that’s federal policy — prevent child abuse, add a father.

Google searches:

  1. STATE CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT PREVENTION BOARD

    www.alabamaadministrativecode.state.al.us/docs/chab/index.html

    Select a title from the list, 20 – Alabama Alcoholic Beverage ControlBoard, 30 – Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy, 60 –Alabama Department of 

  2. Children’s Trust Fund Home Page

    ctf.alabama.gov/

    Please click HERE to make a donation to the Department of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention. Mission Statement. The Department ofChild Abuse Prevention 

  3. [PDF] 

    Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board – Alabama Department 

    http://www.archives.alabama.gov/officials/rdas/childabuse.pdf

    File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat – Quick View
    Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board. Functional Analysis. &. Records Disposition Authority. Revision. Presented to the. StateRecords Commission 

  4. Child Protection/Domestic & Community Violence – For Patients and 

    childrenshospital.org/patientsfamilies/…/mainpageS1393P104.html

    AlabamaState of Alabama Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board Children’s Trust Fund-for reporting suspected neglect/abusehttp://ctf.state.al.us 

  5. Alabama Code – Article 1: CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT 

    codes.lp.findlaw.com › … › Alabama Code › Title 26 › Chapter 16

    Alabama Code – Article 1: CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT PREVENTION  REVIEW OF BOARD CONDUCTED EVERY FIVE YEARS; Section 26-16-13 STATE 

  6. [PPT] 

    State of Alabama Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board 

    http://www.ctf.state.al.us/…/RFP%20Training%20Montgomery%20PY%20…

    File Format: Microsoft Powerpoint – Quick View
    Apr 4, 2011 – Alabama Department of. Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention The Children’s Trust Fund. RFP/Grant Application Training. Program Year 2011- 

  7. [DOC] 

    State of Alabama Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board

    http://www.ctf.state.al.us/…/Site%20Visit%20Report%202011%20thru%20…

    File Format: Microsoft Word – Quick View
    This form is an official internal document of the State of AlabamaDepartment of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention – “Children’sTrust Fund” (DCAP). This form 

  8. Children’s Trust Fund of Alabama – Administration for Children and 

    The stated mission of the State of Alabama Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board (the Children’s Trust Fund of Alabama) is “the elimination of child abuse 

  9. Code of Alabama – Title 26: Infants and Incompetents – Chapter 16 

    law.onecle.com/alabama/infants-and-incompetents/chapter16.html

    Feb 19, 2012 – Legal Research Home > Alabama Lawyer  (a) TheState Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board is created as an autonomous agency of … * * *

  10. Children’s Trust Fund – Larger Image of License Plate

    http://www.ador.state.al.us/motorvehicle/ctf.htm

    Sponsoring Organization: Children’s Trust Fund of Alabama  TheAlabama Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board oversees theChildren’s Trust Fund.

* * * So, here’s the code and we see it’s an “AUTONOMOUS AGENCY” CREATED BY STATE LAW.  THIS IS WHAT LEGISLATURES AND CITY COUNCILS DO ONCE ELECTED — CREATE OTHER BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT.

The good news about this is that somewhere, this will show up — or have its own — “Consolidation Annual Financial Report” (CAFR).  The bad news is that we already have too much government, which is probably where a lot of the people that grow up (through various systems) to end up abusing each other, learned that abuse to start with.  Gov’t is an extremely abusive entity, not that it doesn’t sometimes step in when a family is more abusive.  But generally speaking, gov’t to population, I’d have to say the gov’t is the worse abuser.  I’m particularly thinking about financially and physically….

Code of Alabama – Title 26: Infants and Incompetents – Chapter 16 – Child Abuse and Neglect…

If we then look at the contents, we can see what else this board is creating — the Children’s Trust Fund, and a network of Children’s Advocacy Centers (CAC’s) — and who controls these and who funds these.  Sample texts:

Now, why the CACs concerns me is because Ohio did something similar, starting a statewide Levy to set up more children’s stuff — and was ordering supervised visitation of a teenaged? couple and their young daughter — who’d been removed at birth from the mother — and in Trumbull County, a facility (I don’t recall that this was a CAC but it was part of a statewide organized network around the same theme of Children’s Services) — this child was molested (raped) by her parents, and I didn’t say “allegedly” because they actually videotaped it, and it was a relative — NOT someone who was supposed to be supervising — who caught and reported this.  I have blogged, and the situation of course got a huge response and there was flak.  I don’t know where it’s at now.

  • Article 1 Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention.
    • Section 26-16-1 Short title
      This article shall be known and may be cited as the Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Act. …
    • Section 26-16-2 Definitions
      As used in this article, the following words and phrases shall have the meanings herein ascribed to them: (1) CHILD. A person under 18 …
    • Section 26-16-3 Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board – Board created; department created; director; staff
      (a) The State Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board is created as an autonomous agency of the state government. (b) There is created the …
    • Section 26-16-3.1 Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board – Transfer of rights, duties, property, etc., to Department of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention
      (a) Except as necessary to comply with this section and Sections 26-16-2, 26-16-3, 26-16-4, and 26-16-6, the rights, duties, property, real or personal, and …
    • Section 26-16-4 Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board – Composition; terms; officers and committees; compensation
      (a) The state board shall be composed of the following 14 members: (1) The Commissioner of the State Department of Human Resources, the State …
    • Section 26-16-5 Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board – Public biannual meetings required; notice; books, records, etc., to be public records
      (a) The business of the state board shall be conducted at public meetings held in compliance with Section 13A-14-2. The board shall hold two …
    • Section 26-16-6 Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board – Duties and functions of board and department
      (a) The state board shall do all of the following: (1) Meet not less than twice annually at the times prescribed in Section 26-16-5(a). …
    • Section 26-16-7 Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board – Recommendation to Governor, etc., of changes in state programs which will reduce problem of child abuse, etc
      The state board may recommend to the Governor and the Legislature changes in state programs, statutes, policies, budgets, and standards which will reduce the …
    • Section 26-16-8 Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board – Acceptance of federal funds; authorized; conditions; disposition of funds
      The state board may accept federal funds granted by Congress or executive order for the purposes of this article as well as gifts and …
    • Section 26-16-9 Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board – Disbursement generally
      (a) The state board may authorize the disbursement of available money from the trust fund exclusively for the following purposes, which are listed in …
    • Section 26-16-10 Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board – Criteria for making grants to local councils
      In making grants to a local council, the state board shall consider the degree to which the local council meets the following criteria: (1) …
    • Section 26-16-11 Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board – Promulgation of rules
      Not later than two years after August 8, 1983, the state board shall promulgate rules pursuant to the Alabama Administrative Procedure Act, Act No. …
    • Section 26-16-12 Review of board conducted every five years
      A thorough, independent review of the functions, responsibilities, and performance of the state board shall be completed each five years after August 8, 1983, …
    • Section 26-16-13 State agencies to share information concerning investigations of child abuse or neglect
      Law enforcement agencies of this state, social service agencies of this state, and state and local departments of human resources shall share information concerning …
  • Article 2 Children’s Trust Fund.
    • Section 26-16-30 Creation of fund; purpose; investment; disposition
      (a) The Children’s Trust Fund is created as a separate fund in the state treasury. The function of the Children’s Trust Fund shall be …
    • Section 26-16-31 (Repealed effective for tax years beginning after December 31, 2005) State income tax refund designation program – Authorization; procedure
      (a) For the tax year beginning October 1, 1983, and until the State Treasurer certifies that the assets in the Children’s Trust Fund exceed …
    • Section 26-16-32 State income tax refund designation program – Disposition of contributions
      (a) Each year that the refund designation program established in Section 26-16-31(a), above, is in effect, the Commissioner of the Department of Revenue shall …
    • Section 26-16-33 General repealer; construction of article
      All laws or parts of laws which conflict with this article are hereby repealed except that no part of this article shall be construed …
  • Article 3 Multi-disciplinary Child Protection Teams.
    • Section 26-16-50 Department of Human Resources to provide for teams; composition of teams
      The Department of Human Resources shall provide for the development and coordination of the multi-disciplinary child protection teams created by this article and for …
    • Section 26-16-51 Department of Human Resources to adopt guidelines and criteria; general role and functions of teams
      The Department of Human Resources shall adopt guidelines and criteria relating to the operations and functions of the team as promulgated by the advisory …
    • Section 26-16-52 Ad hoc child abuse protection team advisory committee created; composition, duties, etc.; annual report
      Upon October 1, 1985, an ad hoc child abuse protection team advisory committee shall be created and shall consist of the following members: The …
    • Section 26-16-53 Existing child abuse prevention teams preserved and exempted from article
      Child abuse prevention teams in existence as of October 1, 1985, shall not be replaced by the provisions of this article. Such existing teams …
  • Article 4 Alabama Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers.
    • Section 26-16-70 Membership; eligibility
      In order to become eligible for a full membership in the Alabama Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers, Incorporated, child advocacy centers in this state …
    • Section 26-16-71 Allocation of funds to eligible centers
      (a) For the purposes of this section, the following terms shall have the following meanings: (1) ASSOCIATE MEMBER CENTER. A child advocacy center that …
    • Section 26-16-72 Initial funding; failure to meet standards
      Any new child advocacy center within the State of Alabama that desires to become certified by the network may request and receive initial funding …
    • Section 26-16-73 Allocation of funds by network board of directors
      The network board of directors shall be responsible for allocating state appropriated funds to existing and new child advocacy centers which meet the standards …
  • Article 5 Child Death Review Teams.
    • Section 26-16-90 Legislative findings
      The Legislature finds and declares that: Every child is entitled to live in safety and in health and to survive into adulthood; there are …
    • Section 26-16-91 Definitions
      The following words and phrases have the following meanings unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: (1) AUTOPSY. An external and internal examination, medical history, …
    • Section 26-16-92 State policy
      It is the policy of this state that responding to unexpected/unexplained child deaths is a state and a community responsibility and must include an …

EVEN IF WE DID ALL THIS FOLLOW UP (AND ON THIS BLOG I’VE DONE LOTS OF THIS TYPE OF FOLLOW UP) none of it is an accounting trail.  No matter how long I worked, or how hard I — or a dozen of me — researched, we do not have the time or technology to finish accounting for what money went where, and was spent how — when this centralized pool of funding is so spread out (just picture a tributary system, or a delta system, and all the animals it sustains)….face it — many groups don’t file, they don’t stay in corporated, we are not in charge of their paperwork, not all are audited; some are buying real estate and forwarding more money to subgrantees, some are not; some are paying conflicts of interest professionals, probably not all — and there is no end to the variations around!

The people who can (whether or not they do, or it does) tell how much money is coming in, and going out (and to where) are those with the greatest computer firepower (database), processing speed, and reporting capability.    Then they can present certain types (not all, obviously — who would listen?) of the information to the public, or to people who write in for more information.

The information they presented, generally, would be relevant to the purposes — usually to keep taxes coming in over services going out, which any good business likes to do — and to keep enough investments under its control (see “Bentley 500 World’s Infrastructure) such that these investments were kicking off some dividends — some more income.  And that the capital raised doesn’t come at a higher price (interest, risk) than the capital loaned out.

But what I just saw over at the new HHS website is that it is NONE too eager to direct people to this database, and that when people do land here, probably by accident (on TAGGS), it’s an uphill swim to navigate, with dubious value catches to be hauled in.   My concept is that it’s worth exploring that tributary (swimming upstream or starting at the top and swimming downstream) because HEY, I live here in this country!!  The alternative is just letting someone else” go with the flow,” which — after my years in this public-funded court system — I feel is rather passive!

Now the thing with structuring tributaries is this — it controls the flow.  Basically (Im now seeing better) the websites of various government groups and of, for example, this database — are geared as sales promos.  They are not entirely that helpful for a person that has a lot of curiosity, but less time.

The one thing I am seeing clearly and without a shadow of a doubt — if you go to many HHS sites, you WILL see someone from a private foundation involved in a controlling or participatory situation.  For example, American Humane Association sit on a board about father involvement in welfare cases.  Or for example, Annie E. Casey sitting on the same board . . ..

Is “Citizen Joe” on those boards?  How about “Citizen Jane”?  (usually, NO).  ERGO, what we have is centralized planning and centralized planning of FAR more than ought to take place, or that you or I know.

The hardest task is convincing enough others to get a grip of how this works, and how rapidly it is indeed changing; government is changing fast through the internet and through the injection of private capital and cash for investment purposes.   If these investments are held in “trust” for the Americans, as in, their pension trust funds, their retirement trust funds, etc. — and those are pulling in interest — then those pooled pension and retirement funds are, literally, helping run the world.

I do not think it makes ANY sense to let our own government figure out where and what to invest in.  Rather, give it back so that I (or we), can defend ourselves against, say a situation of danger — by leaving it, as opposed to the government keeps this to forward through gatekeepers (lawyers, judges, or an administrative arm of the child support enforcement industry, etc.) — to people who want to therapize the world so it looks and acts better, according to plan….  Which means they want to get at the kids first to do this, and disarm/disable the involved adults…

However one source of information for an OVERALL photo (birds-eye-view) of government within a state — would be a CAFR.  And I have looked at Alabama’s (one of its, anyhow) recently, it was well-done and elegantly displayed.  I did note that 81% of Public Welfare funding to the state came from the Federal government, so policies set at that level are very important.

WHAT ABOUT OTHER GRANTS IN ALABAMA, THE LISTING?

I just printed them out.  it’s too wide and too long to put up here, but #1 I recommend people do this; and #2 if I can upload it, or from other states I will.  The thing is — this ain’t no paying job.

I hope I have presented a good deal of my case that we don’t know WHAT is going on, really, with these grants.

You should try this (pick some fields, keepGrantee on the left by leaving off “Fiscal year”) and then, for each grantee or DUNS# combo, search the same under “recipients” and see what comes up…

Patterns will service.

AL ST DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC & COMMUNITY AFFAIRS AL 96B1ALCOSR CSBG 1996 0 01 11/21/1996 93569 Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) 2 186433819 $ 7,179,658
AL ST DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC & COMMUNITY AFFAIRS AL 96B1ALCOSR 1 1 10/01/1995 NONE Awards not funded from a program listed in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance 2 186433819 $ 1,478,838
AL ST DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC & COMMUNITY AFFAIRS AL 96B1ALCOSR 2 1 01/01/1996 NONE Awards not funded from a program listed in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance 2 186433819 $ 1,664,586
AL ST DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC & COMMUNITY AFFAIRS AL 96B1ALCOSR 3 1 04/01/1996 NONE Awards not funded from a program listed in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance 2 186433819 $ 2,229,192
AL ST DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC & COMMUNITY AFFAIRS AL 96B1ALCOSR 4 1 07/31/1996 NONE Awards not funded from a program listed in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance 2 186433819 $ 1,807,042

Alabama University has quite a Marriage Promotion Establishment, I’ve run into it before.  these funds (ALL of them) should be eliminated, in my opinion.  The money would be better put to use in the individual families.  I say this as someone whose kids ‘aged out’ and through these programs, while half grown, saw the CS arrears grow suddenly, astronomically, which then provoked Dad (apparently) to go get some more help not paying it, which came in the form of custody-switch; END of child support for my kids, as at this point I couldn’t work any more — the situation kept wrecking my work life!  So, going to the abuser (which he was and many are) to support his kids WITHOUT assaulting anyone in the home (etc.) was a “wash,” and going to welfare precipitated the county going after child support (with ramifications above) — either way was no good.

Now think about this, often women and kids, or sometimes no doubt men & kids, already are targeted, or become isolated from their families before or during (as a consequence) of spousal assault & battery events — so if they are coming out of this situation, and applying for welfare is there to HELP them — but then results in a child support enforcement action which not only hurts, but could potentially kill them (thanks to the existence of the family court system) — then what was, really, their option?

If there is any category of people who seriously deserve governmental help, it would be people who’ve been battered, forced, pimped, or simply harassed out of access to making a living for themselves.  And if the government can’t help this category of person (when kids are involved) — then what’s it there for?

Just thinking about it…

This chart is too wide, but you can do your own search.  I have 24,534 GRANTS..(awards). Scroll through and see that it seems (to me at least) that most of these come under TANF, Medicaid, OCSE, or Head Start/Child Care.  I could be wrong.  Plus the truly medical efforts to hospitals and for that type of research which — in my humble opinion — is a more valid purpose for HHS.

Another thing that becomes clear is that the state Department of Human Resources (DHR) has too many programs going through it — it has too much clout.  That’s simply not wise!  It’s too big.  Suppose someone needed to seriously challenge it — and the one department is controlling wealth from what describes itself (HHS Federal) as, if I recall it right, the nation’s “Second Largest Agency.”  They have $16 billion discretionary to distribute in 2013 — why not just give some of that back to its owners?

ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY ABSTINENCE

(BELOW IS FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION):

ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY AL APH002058 COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM FOR ABSTINENCE UNTIL MARRIAGE EDUCATION 00 01 06/21/2002 93995 Adolescent Family Life: Demonstration Projects TINA VAZIN 2 040672685 $ 450,000
ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY AL APHPA002058 COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM FOR ABSTINENCE UNTIL MARRIAGE EDUCATION 0 5 06/28/2006 93995 Adolescent Family Life: Demonstration Projects TINA VAZIN 2 040672685 $ 225,000
ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY AL APHPA002058 COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM FOR ABSTINENCE UNTIL MARRIAGE EDUCATION 00 2 06/12/2003 93995 Adolescent Family Life: Demonstration Projects TINA VAZIN 2 040672685 $ 225,000
ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY AL APHPA002058 COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM FOR ABSTINENCE UNTIL MARRIAGE EDUCATION 00 3 06/01/2004 93995 Adolescent Family Life: Demonstration Projects TINA VAZIN 2 040672685 $ 229,800
ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY AL APHPA002058 COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM FOR ABSTINENCE UNTIL MARRIAGE EDUCATION 00 3 06/01/2004 93995 Adolescent Family Life: Demonstration Projects TINA VAZIN 2 040672685 $ 229,800
ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY AL APHPA002058 COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM FOR ABSTINENCE UNTIL MARRIAGE EDUCATION 00 4 06/17/2005 93995 Adolescent Family Life: Demonstration Projects TINA VAZIN 2 040672685 $ 225,000
ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY AL APHPA002058 COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM FOR ABSTINENCE UNTIL MARRIAGE EDUCATION 01 2 09/22/2003 93995 Adolescent Family Life: Demonstration Projects TINA VAZIN 2 040672685 $ 4,800

also, some more:

Grantee Name State Award Number Award Title Award Code Budget Year Action Issue Date CFDA Number CFDA Program Name Principal Investigator CD DUNS Number Sum of Actions
Crittenton Youth Services AL 90AE0214 WILL TO WAIT COMMUNITY-BASED ABSTINENCE PROGRAM 0 2 08/01/2008 93010 Community-Based Abstinence Education (CBAE) JOY LOGAN 1 097747604 $ 525,763
Crittenton Youth Services AL 90AE0214 WILL TO WAIT COMMUNITY-BASED ABSTINENCE PROGRAM 0 3 09/02/2009 93010 Community-Based Abstinence Education (CBAE) JOY LOGAN 1 097747604 $ 500,345
Crittenton Youth Services AL 90AE0214 WILL TO WAIT COMMUNITY-BASED ABSTINENCE PROGRAM 0 1 09/15/2007 93010 Community-Based Abstinence Education (CBAE) JOY LOGAN 1 097747604 $ 525,763

AUBURN UNIVERSITY — DO YOU THINK THIS IS ENOUGH HEALTHY MARRIAGE PROGRAMMING, OR SHOULD WE GO RALLY DHR AND ASK FOR MORE NEXT YEAR?

(the 1st two rows just there for interest, and the 3rd to remind us of Compassion Capital Funding.  I’d look more into these if I lived in the state….) (note — I’ve blogged Dr. Francesca Adler Baeder-before, herein….)

AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90CD0956 PRIORITY AREA 1.01 – RELAT. BET. SOCIAL COMPET, SOC. BEH. & SOC. SUP. NETW. FOR CHILD HS 000 03 08/29/1994 93600 Head Start BRIAN E. VAUGHN, PH.D. 3 040430105 $ 150,000
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90CD0956 PRIORITY AREA 1.01 – RELAT. BET. SOCIAL COMPET, SOC. BEH. & SOC. SUP. NETW. FOR CHILD HS 001 03 03/20/1995 93600 Head Start BRIAN E. VAUGHN, PH.D. 3 040430105 $ 0
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90EJ0069 COMPASSION CAPITAL FUND DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM 0 1 09/13/2005 93009 Compassion Capital Fund MARTHA TAYLOR 3 040430105 $ 950,000
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90FE0001 HEALTHY MARRIAGE DEMONSTRATION, PRIORITY AREA 1 0 2 09/20/2007 93086 Healthy marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants DR FRANCESCA ADLER-BAEDER 3 040430105 $ 1,899,487
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90FE0001 HEALTHY MARRIAGE DEMONSTRATION, PRIORITY AREA 1 0 3 09/22/2008 93086 Healthy marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants DR FRANCESCA ADLER-BAEDER  3 040430105 $ 1,899,487
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90FE0001 HEALTHY MARRIAGE DEMONSTRATION, PRIORITY AREA 1:ALABAMA COMMUNITY HEALTHY MARRIAGE INITIATIVE (ACHMI) 0 1 09/24/2006 93086 Healthy marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants MARTHA M TAYLOR 3 066470972 $ 1,660,798
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90FE0001 HEALTHY MARRIAGE DEMONSTRATION, PRIORITY AREA 1:ALABAMA COMMUNITY HEALTHY MARRIAGE INITIATIVE (ACHMI) 0 4 09/18/2009 93086 Healthy marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants DR FRANCESCA ADLER-BAEDER 3 066470972 $ 1,899,487
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90FE0001 HEALTHY MARRIAGE DEMONSTRATION, PRIORITY AREA 1:ALABAMA COMMUNITY HEALTHY MARRIAGE INITIATIVE (ACHMI) 00 5 09/24/2010 93086 Healthy marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants FRANCESCA ADLER-BAEDER 3 066470972 $ 1,899,487
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90FM0006 ALABAMA HEALTHY MARRIAGE AND RELATIONSHIP EDUCATION INITIATIVE (AHMREI) 00 1 09/27/2011 93086 Healthy marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants Francesca M Adler-Baeder 3 066470972 $ 2,489,548
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90FM0006 ALABAMA HEALTHY MARRIAGE AND RELATIONSHIP EDUCATION INITIATIVE (AHMREI) 00 2 09/18/2012 93086 Healthy marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants F M ADLER-BAEDER 3 066470972 $ 2,489,548
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90OJ2017 HEALTHLY MARRAIGE ***- PUBLIC/STATE-CONTROLLED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION 0 1 09/14/2005 93647 Social Services Research and Demonstration MARTHA M TAYLOR 3 066470972 $ 192,560
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90OJ2017 HEALTHLY MARRAIGE – PUBLIC/STATE-CONTROLLED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION 0 2 09/23/2006 93595 Welfare Reform Research, Evaluations and National Studies MARTHA M TAYLOR 3 066470972 $ 190,913
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90OJ2017 HEALTHLY MARRAIGE – PUBLIC/STATE-CONTROLLED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION 0 3 08/09/2007 93595 Welfare Reform Research, Evaluations and National Studies MARTHA M TAYLOR 3 066470972 $ 195,222
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90OJ2017 HEALTHLY MARRAIGE – PUBLIC/STATE-CONTROLLED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION 0 4 09/22/2008 93595 Welfare Reform Research, Evaluations and National Studies MARTHA M TAYLOR 3 066470972 $ 199,784
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90OJ2017 HEALTHLY MARRAIGE – PUBLIC/STATE-CONTROLLED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION 0 5 08/19/2009 93595 Welfare Reform Research, Evaluations and National Studies MARTHA M TAYLOR 3 066470972 $ 195,868
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90OJ2017 HEALTHLY MARRAIGE – PUBLIC/STATE-CONTROLLED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION 1 2 04/02/2007 93595 Welfare Reform Research, Evaluations and National Studies MARTHA M TAYLOR 3 066470972 $ 0
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90OJ2017 HEALTHLY MARRAIGE – PUBLIC/STATE-CONTROLLED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION 1 4 03/26/2009 93595 Welfare Reform Research, Evaluations and National Studies MARTHA M TAYLOR 3 066470972 $ 0
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 90OJ2017 HEALTHLY MARRAIGE – PUBLIC/STATE-CONTROLLED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION 1 5 07/13/2010 93595 Welfare Reform Research, Evaluations and National Studies MARTHA M TAYLOR 3 066470972 $ 0

***”Healthly Marraige” but unusually unhealthy spelling… I hope at least the $$ amounts were entered correctly in the grants!  Note:  If I went searching for “healthy marriage” grants — this woudln’t come up.  If I went searching for healthy marriage grants under “93086” (healthy marriage/responsible fatherhood CFDA), this wouldn’t come up — because it’s under CDA 93595, “WELFARE REFORM RESEARCH.”  IF, having been aware of Dr. Francesca’s work, I searched on one or more of the three (or so) ways her name had been entered under “principal investigator” looking for this on tAGGS– this also wouldn’t come up — because another Principal Investigator was involved (noted the CCF fund at top of chart has a Martha Taylor and the same DUNS#.   Martha Taylor’s name isn’t entered the same way each time, either.

See how this provides some of a bit of a dilemma?

The DUNS# associated with Dr. Francesca’s Healthy Marriage grant 90FE0001 (indicating perhaps foundational in the series?) is in one year, 066470972   and the other, 040430105, meaning, it skipped DUNS#s (and how her name was entered) from 2008 to 2010.  Is this REALLY something the public should be expected to track, rather than have presented reasonably to it?

Recipient Name City State ZIP Code County DUNS Number Sum of Awards
AUBURN UNIVERSITY  AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 36849 LEE 040430105 $ 41,283,373

 

AuburnUniversity has more than one DUNS# obviously, but this is the amount of grants associated with 066470972:

Recipient Name City State ZIP Code County DUNS Number Sum of Awards
AUBURN UNIVERSITY  AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL 36849 LEE 066470972 $ 28,481,528

 

BOTH such DUNS# are MOSTLY associated (I see) with highly medical studies — however in this one two grants relating to healthy marriage are HIDDEN, literally, under this DUNS# — (the top few)  Incidentally, at the new HHS /ACF site –an African-American Healthy Marriage Relationship Education (or similar title) is a featured initiative.  Why? Is marriage uniformly THAT healthy an institution, or can it be somehow MADE healthy with enough financial incentives?? Or if more behavioral modification techniques can be uncovered and applied nationwide (through force, calling it “volunteer” — because as to fatherhood portion, this involves child support, and when a father files a custody modification suit, sometimes with help from this outfit (obviously by now, right?) — the mother has to respond, or lose custody by default.   The fact that VAWA exists and there are statewide coalitions against domestic violence around doesn’t help a mother NOT in a shelter and NOT in need of “technical assistance and training, when the need is to retain custody of her kids and survive financially, does it?)

FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2012  90FM0006  ALABAMA HEALTHY MARRIAGE AND RELATIONSHIP EDUCATION INITIATIVE (AHMREI)  00  ACF  09-18-2012 066470972  $ 2,489,548 
2012 U54FD004330  VIRTUAL FOOD SYSTEMS TRAINING CONSORTIUM 2 000 FDA 08-14-2012 066470972 $ 1,298,109 
2012 R01CA114209  REGULATION OF ERBB4 SIGNALING BY NEUREGULIN ISOFORMS 6 001 NIH 12-01-2011 066470972 $ 57,264 
2012 R00HL094533  PATHOBIOLOGY OF STAPHYLOCCOCUS AREUS ENDOCARDITIS 4 000 NIH 06-30-2012 066470972 $ 243,525 
2012 R01HL093246  SLEEP AND CHILD DEVELOPMENTAL OUTCOMES: PHYSIOLOGICAL AND CONTEXTUAL INFLUENCES 4 000 NIH 03-12-2012 066470972 $ 639,593 

I consider that deliberate, wouldn’t you? There’s some FDA, but this DUNS# is MOSTLY NIH grants.  However, the only two ACF grants I see (in recent years) are in the Healthy Marriage category, and they are indeed large:  (Click on grant3 for the 2nd row of pink, it’ll show total for that grant award over the years. It’s been going (misspelled) since 2005, the other since 2006).

FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2010  90FE0001  HEALTHY MARRIAGE DEMONSTRATION, PRIORITY AREA 1:ALABAMA COMMUNITY HEALTHY MARRIAGE INITIATIVE (ACHMI)  00  ACF  09-24-2010 066470972  $ 1,899,487 
2010  90OJ2017  HEALTHLY MARRAIGE – PUBLIC/STATE-CONTROLLED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION  ACF  07-13-2010 066470972  $ 0 
2010 E01HP18922  NURSE FACULTY LOAN PROGRAM 1 0 HRSA 06-14-2010 066470972 $ 6,335 
2010 A10HP09859  ADVANCED EDUCATION NURSING TRAINEESHIP 3 0 HRSA 05-31-2010 066470972 $ 20,370 
2010 R01CA113454  TARGETED GENE THERAPY FOR LYMPHOMA 5 000 NIH 07-26-2010 066470972 $ 267,784 
2010 R01CA125063  DRUG DELIVERY CARRIERS TARGETED TO BREAST TUMOR BY FUSION PHAGE PROTEINS 4 000 NIH 12-08-2009 066470972 $ 352,148 

In 2009, both of these are still under the above DUNS#, 06647…

FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2009 90FE0001  HEALTHY MARRIAGE DEMONSTRATION, PRIORITY AREA 1:ALABAMA COMMUNITY HEALTHY MARRIAGE INITIATIVE (ACHMI) 4 0 ACF 09-18-2009 066470972 $ 1,899,487 
2009 90OJ2017  HEALTHLY MARRAIGE – PUBLIC/STATE-CONTROLLED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION 0 ACF 08-19-2009 066470972 $ 195,868 
2009 90OJ2017  HEALTHLY MARRAIGE – PUBLIC/STATE-CONTROLLED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION 4 1 ACF 03-26-2009 066470972 $ 0 
2009 A10HP09859  ADVANCED EDUCATION NURSING TRAINEESHIP 2 0 HRSA 05-16-2009 066470972 $ 5,261 
2009 R01CA113454  TARGETED GENE THERAPY FOR LYMPHOMA 4 000 NIH 07-03-2009 066470972 $ 263,186 
2009 R01CA125063  DRUG DELIVERY CARRIERS TARGETED TO BREAST TUMOR BY FUSION PHAGE PROTEINS 3 000 NIH 01-07-2009 066470972 $ 342,711 
2009

 

Here’s the other DUNS#, showing 90FE0001in 2008!  So, in the 4th budget year of this award, it switched DUNS#s. WHY?

Isn’t DUNS# an accounting type identifier?

FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2008 90FE0001  HEALTHY MARRIAGE DEMONSTRATION, PRIORITY AREA 1 3 0 ACF 09-22-2008 040430105 $ 1,899,487 
2008 90OJ2017  HEALTHLY MARRAIGE – PUBLIC/STATE-CONTROLLED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION 4 0 ACF 09-22-2008 066470972 $ 199,784 
2008 A10HP09859  ADVANCED EDUCATION NURSING TRAINEESHIP 1 0 HRSA 06-10-2008 066470972 $ 1,829 
2008 R01CA113454  TARGETED GENE THERAPY FOR LYMPHOMA 3 000 NIH 06-26-2008 066470972 $ 256,177 
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Notice how many different ways it’s possible to enter a PhD’s name in a database? (the Dr. in Dr. Francesca is not an M.D. — she’s in family life or child development, or such; has curricula for step-parents, as I recall).  that’s a lot of money, isn’t it?

ALABAMA CADV (COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE):

With these generic grants, how does anyone know what’s being done with them?  would the 990s really tell?

I’ll tell you one thing — that if they retain membership in the NCADV (National), they pay a % fee for membership, I believe.  NCADV I don’t think gets direct grants, so it has to raise money.  It does so from the statewide — is that coordinated, or what!!

Not that this coordination is always of the positive kinds….

You can see they earn less than some other groups overall, and (click on the name URL) that the address — as with the AL CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT PREVENTION (arm of gov’t) there’s a Montgomery, AL PO Box attached…

POST OFFICE BOX 4762
MONTGOMERY, AL 36101

Total of all award actions: $ 4,024,406
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 0001ALSDVC SDVC 2000 1 1 02/16/2000 93671 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes 2 004344078 $ 190,789
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 0101ALSDVC SDVC 2001 2 1 03/08/2001 93671 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes 2 004344078 $ 220,600
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 0201ALSDVC 1 1 03/05/2002 93671 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes 2 004344078 $ 234,828
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 0301ALSDVC 1 1 05/16/2003 93671 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes 2 004344078 $ 238,496
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 0401ALSDVC 2004 SDVC 1 1 05/14/2004 93671 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes 2 004344078 $ 237,072
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 0501ALSDVC 2005 SDVC 1 1 05/06/2005 93671 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes 2 004344078 $ 237,037
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 0601ALSDVC 2006 SDVC 2 1 04/19/2006 93671 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes 2 004344078 $ 235,341
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 0701ALSDVC 2007 SDVC 2 1 05/04/2007 93671 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes 2 004344078 $ 235,341
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 0801ALSDVC 2008 SDVC 1 1 04/18/2008 93591 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grant to State Domestic Violence Coalitions 2 004344078 $ 231,230
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 0901ALSDVC 2009 SDVC 1 1 06/11/2009 93591 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grant to State Domestic Violence Coalitions 2 004344078 $ 241,086
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 1001ALSDVC 2010 SDVC 1 1 03/12/2010 93591 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grant to State Domestic Violence Coalitions 2 004344078 $ 245,381
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 1101ALSDVC 2011 SDVC 1 1 03/09/2011 93591 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grant to State Domestic Violence Coalitions 2 004344078 $ 245,343
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 1101ALSDVC 2011 SDVC 2 1 03/17/2011 93591 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grant to State Domestic Violence Coalitions 2 004344078 $- 13,143
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 1101ALSDVC 2011 SDVC 4 1 06/01/2011 93591 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grant to State Domestic Violence Coalitions 2 004344078 $- 429
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 1201ALSDVC 2012 SDVC 1 1 04/11/2012 93671 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes 2 004344078 $ 231,333
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 90EV0393 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND SERVICES PROGRAM 0 1 09/26/2008 93592 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Discretionary Grants CAROL GUNDLACH 2 004344078 $ 199,997
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 90EV0393 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND SERVICES PROGRAM 0 2 07/14/2009 93592 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Discretionary Grants EMILY KELLEY 2 004344078 $ 199,997
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 90EV0393 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND SERVICES PROGRAM 0 3 06/29/2010 93592 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Discretionary Grants EMILY KELLEY 2 004344078 $ 199,997
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 9601ALSDVC 2 1 01/01/1996 NONE Awards not funded from a program listed in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance 2 004344078 $ 47,170
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 9801ALSDVC STATEWIDE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COALITION 202 1 02/06/1998 93671 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes 2 004344078 $ 163,774
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 9801ALSDVC STATEWIDE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COALITION 403 1 07/24/1998 93671 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes 2 004344078 $- 298
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL 9901ALSDVC SDVC 1999 1 1 02/17/1999 93671 Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Grants to States and Indian Tribes 2 004344078 $ 167,548
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL CCR421279 PUBLIC HEALTH CONFERENCE SUPPORT GRANT PROGRAM (NON-HIV) 0 01 09/11/2002 93283 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention_Investigations and Technical Assistance ANGIE BOY, HEALTH POLICY COORDINATOR 2 004344078 $ 17,958
ALABAMA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AL CCR421279 PUBLIC HEALTH CONFERENCE SUPPORT GRANT PROGRAM (NON-HIV) 0 1 09/11/2002 93283 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention_Investigations and Technical Assistance ANGIE BOY, HEALTH POLICY COORDINATOR 2 004344078 $ 17,958

And it appears (see the Statute creating the Child Advocacy Centers to start with, above) the National group over the CACs is also in Alabama, here:

NATIONAL CHILDREN`S ADVOCACY CENTER (THE) AL 90CA1485 PRIORITY AREA 133 – NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER ON CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE 000 05 09/07/1995 93670 Child Abuse and Neglect Discretionary Activities CHARLES WILSON 5 $ 400,000
NATIONAL CHILDREN`S ADVOCACY CENTER (THE) AL 90CA1485 PRIORITY AREA 133 – NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER ON CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE 001 05 04/29/1996 93670 Child Abuse and Neglect Discretionary Activities CHARLES WILSON 5 $ 0
NATIONAL CHILDREN`S ADVOCACY CENTER (THE) AL 90CA1485 PRIORITY AREA 133 – NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER ON CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE 002 05 08/30/1996 93670 Child Abuse and Neglect Discretionary Activities CHARLES WILSON 5 $ 20,000
NATIONAL CHILDREN`S ADVOCACY CENTER (THE) AL 90LO0177 BUILDING BLOCKS PROJECT 0 1 09/20/2005 93577 Early Learning Fund SUSAN MOQUIN 5 $ 972,590
NATIONAL CHILDREN`S ADVOCACY CENTER (THE) AL SM54259 NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT OF TREATMENT AND SE 0 01 06/04/2002 93230 Consolidated Knowledge Development and Application (KD&A) Program JOANN PLUCKER 5 $ 588,307
NATIONAL CHILDREN`S ADVOCACY CENTER (THE) AL SM54259 NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT OF TREATMENT AND SE 0 02 07/10/2003 93230 Consolidated Knowledge Development and Application (KD&A) Program JOANN PLUCKER 5 $ 588,307
NATIONAL CHILDREN`S ADVOCACY CENTER (THE) AL SM54259 NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT OF TREATMENT AND SE 0 03 05/20/2004 93230 Consolidated Knowledge Development and Application (KD&A) Program JOANN PLUCKER 5 $ 588,307
NATIONAL CHILDREN`S ADVOCACY CENTER (THE) AL SM54259 NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT OF TREATMENT AND SE 1 01 06/27/2003 93230 Consolidated Knowledge Development and Application (KD&A) Program JOANN PLUCKER 5 $ 0
NATIONAL CHILDREN`S ADVOCACY CENTER (THE) AL SM54259 NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT OF TREATMENT AND SE 1 02 11/14/2003 93230 Consolidated Knowledge Development and Application (KD&A) Program JOANN PLUCKER 5 $ 0
NATIONAL CHILDREN`S ADVOCACY CENTER (THE) AL SM54259 NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT OF TREATMENT AND SE 1 03 07/25/2005 93230 Consolidated Knowledge Development and Application (KD&A) Program JOANN PLUCKER 5 $ 0
NATIONAL CHILDREN`S ADVOCACY CENTER (THE) AL SM54259 NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT OF TREATMENT AND SE 2 02 12/08/2003 93230 Consolidated Knowledge Development and Application (KD&A) Program JOANN PLUCKER 5 $ 0

Now, again, please tell me WHY there is no DUNS#?    this amount isn’t that large, but it’s still been going on over some years, and is $3 million.  Possibly there’s something about the DUNS# I don’t know (i.e., when it’s truly required).  but as far as this database, given they can’t (or won’t) spell or label correctly, and that many grantee nonprofits (or for profits) don’t maintain their nonprofit status (i.e. retain — or some don’t even GET — their EIN#s) — and that corporate names keep changing (particularly in the fields I’m interested in, here) — the DUNS# would be one of the best fields to sort on, with the understanding that sometimes one group may have more than two DUNS#s.  I wonder on what basis they are assigned — or not assigned.  Is this a type of group that doesn’t need to?

ALSO — why shouldn’t this database have an EIN# field available in the advanced search category — they do have EIN#s one can sort on…after all…

Recipient Name City State ZIP Code County DUNS Number Sum of Awards
NATIONAL CHILDREN`S ADVOCACY CENTER (THE)  HUNTSVILLE AL 35801 MADISON $ 3,157,511

It has no DUNS#.  However (see below) I eventually did locate the organization’s EIN# and searched (TAGGS) by that, which unearthed  another $730,586, a situation I’m now getting used to in TAGGS.  That’s why one search only (unless one simply prints out the ENTIRE database) doesn’t catch it.

Also (see introductory material on the TAGGS websites) — actually I forgot this til just now — a smaller subset of ALL grants shows searchable on the “Advanced Search” data.  So this may only be the tip of the iceberg (check, again, front matter for the site to doublecheck)…  Besides which, that database continues to be updated, so who knows how current that general description is anyhow, right?

Now — why would one version carefully remove the “the” to the back (unusual attention to detail for this outfit) and the other one, not?  Huh?)  Both are EIN# 630891512

Recipient Name City State ZIP Code County DUNS Number Sum of Awards
NATIONAL CHILDREN`S ADVOCACY CENTER (THE)  HUNTSVILLE AL 35801 MADISON $ 3,157,511
THE NAT’L CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CTR ON BEHALF OF THE  $ 730,586

 

which is….  Interesting.  I wonder how many entries like this are sitting on the system, uncategorized and unknown — and what their totals were!

Recipient: THE NAT’L CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CTR ON BEHALF OF THE
Address: tgacfgat.2003
,
Country Name:
County Name:
HHS Region:
Type: Unknown (For recipient loading purposes)
Class: Unknown (For recipient loading purposes)

AWARD ACTIONS

Showing: 1 – 1 of 1 Award Actions

FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2003 90LO0071  THE NATIONAL CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER’S BUILDING BLOCKS PROJECT 1 0 ACF 09-30-2003 $ 730,586 
Fiscal Year 2003 Total: $ 730,586
Total of all award actions: $ 730,586

(looks like the only grant for that award series, and under CFDA 93577.)  This is part of a series.  I will put it at the very end of this post — it’s directed at “Early Learning” and comes from an “Early Learning Fund.” This fund will show up on someone’s CAFR I mean, the United States (HHS) government’s!  I notice many have no DUNS# or ‘00000 etc.” and quite a few (not all) have the similar address format.  Several of these were $1,000,000 even, and of those, several I happen to know were in very well to do counties… )  Basically it looks like trying to get kids under 5 to be ready to read, in part because our school systems are so lousy (and the structure so poor) they need extra time to get kids up to speed generation after generation, IF they actually do that.

Notice this started in 1996, welfare reform year, and for what purpose:

The first (2002) row here group is a cooperative agreement with “Center for Mental Health Services” (CMHS) which is I think part of HHS.  Wouldn’t it be nice to get the rest of the title of that grant without looking so hard? However, in context the word beginning “SE,” the next letter is “X.”   I imagine that child sexual abuse will cause some mental health problems for the child/ren.  What infrastructure needs improvement here?  (click on grant URLs to see details).

FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2002 SM54259  NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT OF TREATMENT AND SE 01 0 SAMHSA 06-04-2002 $ 588,307 
Fiscal Year 2002 Total: $ 588,307
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
1996 90CA1485  PRIORITY AREA 133 – NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER ON CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE 05 000 ACF 09-07-1995 $ 400,000 
1996 90CA1485  PRIORITY AREA 133 – NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER ON CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE 05 001 ACF 04-29-1996 $ 0 
1996 90CA1485  PRIORITY AREA 133 – NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER ON CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE 05 002 ACF 08-30-1996 $ 20,000 
Fiscal Year 1996 Total: $ 420,000
Total of all award actions: $ 3,157,511

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this goes with the 1996 grant which explains to me why no DUNS, perhaps — this entity, which is listed as itself as nonprofit/private, non-government — is actually functioning as an arm of government, most likely — the CB or the SAMSHA….  Notice also that it started out CB, and moved to MentalHealth.  we are becoming a Mental Health country, for sure…

Award Number: 90CA1485
Award Title: PRIORITY AREA 133 – NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER ON CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
OPDIV: ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES (ACF)
Organization: CHILDREN’S BUREAU (CB)
Award Class: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
Recipient: NATIONAL CHILDREN`S ADVOCACY CENTER (THE)
Address: 210 PRATT AVENUE
HUNTSVILLE, AL 35801
Country Name: United States of America
County Name: MADISON 
HHS Region: 4
Type: Community Action Organization
Class: Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations

Yep, so it turns out to be; there are even 4 filings on-line here (notice the asset acquisition rate), and that it’s listed as an “Inc.” without an initial “THE” — that’s HHS for us…

ORGANIZATION NAME

STATE

YEAR

TOTAL ASSETS

FORM

PAGES

EIN

National Children’s Advocacy Center Inc. AL 2005 $11,374,945 990 16 63-0891512
National Children’s Advocacy Center Inc. AL 2004 $11,753,234 990 17 63-0891512
National Children’s Advocacy Center Inc. AL 2003 $12,636,086 990 18 63-0891512
National Children’s Advocacy Center Inc. AL 2002 $7,675,340 990 21 63-0891512
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63-0891512 National Childrens Advocacy Center Inc. Huntsville AL United States PC

the “PC” IRS status shows it as a PUBLIC charity (how that relates to “private nonprofit” I don’t remember just now).  That means more (up to 50%) of income can be donated to it (as opposed to usually 30%) without certain issues — click on the “PC” link to read).

EIN search from my other place to look for 990s, NCCSDataweb.urban.org (i.e., from The Urban Institute).  This shows a lower assets base, currently, and the 1985 ruling date.

990s on top, description underneath.   Question — why would the urban institute site have more tax returns than the 990Finder site (olive/yellow font, in frame, above)?  If we printed out tax returns for the same years, would they be the same version?  Because URBAN says it gets its from “The Foundation Center” — so how come it’s coming up with more?  (perhaps because in this case I used a name search, initially, with the Foundation Center….. and not an EIN#.  The organization (nonprofit) isn’t responsible, I think, for how the Foundation Center labels its own database – unless that’s somehow obtained automatically (which I doubt)….

The answer (once I did the EIN# search) is that one version of the name has “Children’s” and the other “childrens” and an Inc.  — here they are all together, and we can see (look at the years) that it first acquired, and then began letting go of or releasing/selling (or losing) assets:

Your query: ( Organization Name: None Chosen , State: None Chosen , Zip: None Chosen , EIN: 630891512 , Fiscal Year: None Chosen )
10 documents matched. 10 documents displayed.

ORGANIZATION NAME

STATE

YEAR

TOTAL ASSETS

FORM

PAGES

EIN

National Children’s Advocacy Center Inc. AL 2005 $11,374,945 990 16 63-0891512
National Children’s Advocacy Center Inc. AL 2004 $11,753,234 990 17 63-0891512
National Children’s Advocacy Center Inc. AL 2003 $12,636,086 990 18 63-0891512
National Children’s Advocacy Center Inc. AL 2002 $7,675,340 990 21 63-0891512
National Childrens Advocacy Center AL 2010 $7,929,537 990 35 63-0891512
National Childrens Advocacy Center AL 2009 $7,922,838 990 23 63-0891512
National Childrens Advocacy Center AL 2008 $8,557,759 990 21 63-0891512
National Childrens Advocacy Center AL 2007 $8,791,039 990 21 63-0891512
National Childrens Advocacy Center Inc. AL 2006 $9,245,901 990 20 63-0891512
National Childrens Advocacy Center Inc. AL 2006 $10,504,283 990 16 63-0891512

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(all squished together. the “Download” is to immediate right of the year it’s referring to.  this may actually be representing an earlier year tax return, just check).

Form NameFiscal YearForm 9902010Download Form 9902009Download Form 9902008Download Form 9902007Download Form 9902006Download Form 9902005Download Form 9902004Download Form 9902003Download Form 9902002Download

Most Recent Tax Period EIN Name State Rule Date IRS Sub- section Total Revenue Total Assets 990 Image
2010  630891512 National Childrens Advocacy Center Inc Childrens Advocacy Center National AL 1985 03 4,689,916 7,929,537 990

A service of the National Center for Charitable Statistics at the Urban Institute
Childrens Advocacy Center National — Google
Location:  210 Pratt Ave NE
Huntsville, AL 35801
 Report Address Change
County: Madison County
Ruling Date: 1985   (Approximate year when founded)
IRS Type: 501(c)(3) – Public charity: Religious, educational, charitable, scientific, and literary organizations…
Legal basis for public charity or private foundation status (FNDNCD): 16 – Organization income is <=1/3 investment or unrelated business and >1/3 donated or related to purpose
NTEE:  I72 – Child Abuse Prevention
Most recently completed fiscal year (TAXPER) 12/2010
Total Revenue $4,689,916
Total Assets: $7,929,537

_ _ _ Here’s the website displaying for this nonprofit:

(been here before, but as a reminder) — it was created in 1985

In 1985, Former Congressman Robert E. “Bud” Cramer (AL), who was then a District Attorney, organized an effort to create a better system tohelp abused children.

The social service and the criminal justice systems at the time were not working together in an effective manner that the children could trust. This common problem added to the children’s emotional distress, and created a segmented, repetitious, and often frightening experience for the child victims.

The child advocacy center model developed through Former Congressman Cramer’s vision pulls together law enforcement, criminal justice, child protective service, medical and mental health workers onto one coordinated team.

After developing its innovative team approach on the local level, the NCAC earned a national reputation and used it to train others to deal effectively with this critical problem.

Through its influence in training, communities across the country began to model their child abuse programs after the NCAC in Huntsville. In addition to training programs throughout the year, the NCAC hosts the National Symposium on Child Abuse in March of each year in Huntsville, Alabama.

Since its creation in 1985, the NCAC has served as a model for the 800+ CACs now operating in the United States and more than 10 countries throughout the world.

http://www.nationalcac.org/leadership/leaders.html

Leadership

The National Children’s Advocacy Center (NCAC) is a 501c (3) agencybldg_b
which operates under the general supervision of the agency’s Executive Director, who reports to a volunteer Board of Directors. The NCAC’s Board of Directors consists of up to 20 elected members from varied backgrounds throughout the community and 12 community stakeholders representing partner agencies and key leadership positions within the community. The Board Members focus their diverse talents primarily on providing broad oversight and direction to the NCAC.

National Children’s Advocacy Center

www.nationalcac.org/

The National Children’s Advocacy Center is a non-profit organization that provides training, prevention, and treatment services to fight child abuse and neglect.

NCAC Training

The NTC is one of the leading providers of quality training for

Employment

To apply for a position with the National CAC, please contact

29th National Symposium on …

The National Symposium on Child Abuse is internationally

Contact Us

The Nationa210 Pratt Avenue is located at 210 Pratt Avenue, in 

CALiO

The Child Abuse Library is one of the largest professional 

History

This CAC is a leader in the fight against child abuse. The project 

I will point to one more resource which agrees with me:  Again, HHS/OIG/OAS (look it up!).  Don’t forget the “archives.”

(TRUST ME, you are not really interested in this chart.  I am, though, which is why it’s up here, for the record of yet another undiscovered quirk of the database and source of non-notated grants).  These are in a certain grant series which popped up when I keyed in an EIN# on “national child advocacy center (The)” resulting in a non-addressed “The national child advocacy center on behalf of …(incomplete label, so I don’t know on behalf of who!)….

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Program Office Grantee Name Grantee Address City State Award Number Award Title Budget Year Action Issue Date CFDA Number CFDA Program Name Award Activity Type Award Action Type Principal Investigator DUNS Number Sum of Actions
CCB ALAMEDA COUNTY HEALTH CARE SERVICES AGENCY 1000 SAN LEANDRO BLVD. SAN LEANDRO CA 90LO0001 THE E.A.R.L.Y PROJECT ENHANCING ASSESSIBILITY AND READINESS FOR LEARNING BY YOUN 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW ANDREA KNOWLTON 786370577 $ 743,112
CCB ALAMEDA COUNTY HEALTH CARE SERVICES AGENCY 1000 SAN LEANDRO BLVD. SAN LEANDRO CA 90LO0007 THE ALAMEDA COUNTY EARLY LEARNING PARTNERSHIP 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW RORY DARRAH 786370577 $ 250,406
CCB ATLANTICARE FOUNDATION ON BEHALF OF UNITED WAY OF tgacfgat.2003 90LO0098 PARENTS AS TEACHERS 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW ALICE WOODS $ 434,681
CCB BOSTON-CITY ECONOMIC INDSTRL CORP 43 HAWKINS ST,FLOOR GA BOSTON MA 90LO0047 BOSTON LEARNS: AN EARLY LITERACY COLLABORATIVE FOR CHILDREN, FAMILIES, AND EDUCATORS 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW LINDA CAMP $ 1,000,000
CCB BRISTOL BAY NATIVE ASSOCIATION P.O. BOX 310 DILLINGHAM AK 90LO0018 BRISTOL BAY NATIVE ASSOCIATION EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES APPLICATION 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW ROSE HEYANO 067639807 $ 700,000
CCB BROOME COMMUNITY COLLEGE tgacfgat.2002 90LO0044 BUILDING BRIGHTEN FUTURES FOR BROOME 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW DOUGLAS TITUS $ 738,499
CCB BURKE COUNTY PARTNERSHIP FOR CHILDREN tgacfgat.2003 90LO0091 ASSET-BASED LITERACY AND LEARNING INITIATIVES 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW MARTHA HEMPHILL $ 536,670
CCB BUTTE COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION ON BEHALF OF THE BUTTE tgacfgat.2003 90LO0066 BEGINNING EARLY LEARNING AND LITERACY SUCCESS 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW HEATHER SENSKE $ 837,072
CCB CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 159 THORNDIKE STREET CAMBRIDGE MA 90LO0027 ACCELERATING LANGUAGE AND LITERACY FOR CHILDREN, FAMILIES AND PROVIDERS 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW BARBARA BLACK 179077847 $ 969,272
CCB CHEHALIS INDIAN COMMUNITY PO BOX 536 OAKVILLE WA 90LO0099 TRIBAL EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES PROJECT 1 09/26/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW NANCY DUFRAINE 070398268 $ 922,732
CCB CHILDRENS COALITION FOR NORTHEAST LOUISIANA 1363 LOUISVILLE AVE MONROE LA 90LO0079 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES/QUACHITA PARISH RIGHT START PROGRAM 1 09/29/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW LYNDA GAVIOLI $ 444,398
CCB CITY OF WILMINGTON ON BEHALF OF THE WILMINGTON EARLY tgacfgat.2003 90LO0060 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW JANA LANE-BROWN $ 592,242
CCB COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS 307 FEDERAL STREET, STE 305 BLUEFIELD WV 90LO0019 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITES ACT PROGRAM 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW SHANNON P ATWELL 088267463 $ 688,220
CCB COMMUNITY COORDINATED CHILD CARE 225 LONG AVENUE HILLSIDE NJ 90LO0005 UNION COUNTY EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITES PROJECT 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW KAREN NEMETH $ 470,369
CCB COMMUNITY COORDINATED CHILD CARE 225 LONG AVENUE HILLSIDE NJ 90LO0097 UNION COUNTY EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITY PROJECT 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW KAREN NEMETH $ 703,664
CCB CONTRA COSTA COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION ON BEHALF OF tgacfgat.2003 90LO0092 CONTRA COSTA EARLY LEARNING PROJECT 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW CATHERINE GIACALONE $ 1,000,000
CCB COUNTY COUNCIL OF BEAUFORT COUNTY PO DRAWER 1228 BEAUFORT SC 90LO0035 BEAUFORT COUNTY EARLY CHILDHOOD COALITION 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW CLARECE WALKER $ 785,298
CCB Child Care Information and Referral Service, Inc. 1051 North Lynndale Drive APPLETON WI 90LO0096 QUALITY EARLY LITERACY ENVIRONMENTS 1 09/26/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW KAREN DICKRELL 176827558 $ 718,980
CCB Child Care Information and Referral Service, Inc. 1051 North Lynndale Drive APPLETON WI 90LO0096 QUALITY EARLY LITERACY ENVIRONMENTS 1 09/14/2008 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES OTHER REVISION KAREN DICKRELL 176827558 $- 6,907
CCB Communities In Schools of Caldwell County, Inc. 1966 E Morganton Boulevard, SW LENOIR NC 90LO0034 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNIES MOVEMENT 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW CARLA D PATTERSON $ 757,097
CCB DAKOTA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPT ON BEHALF OF tgacfgat.2003 90LO0095 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW GAY BAKKEN $ 650,999
CCB DC DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES tgacfgat.2002 90LO0053 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES ACT DISCRECTIONARY GRANTS ACYF-PA-CCB-2002-01 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW BARBARA F KAMARA $ 800,000
CCB DURHAMS PARTNERSHIP FOR CHILDREN 1201 S BRIGGS AVE DURHAM NC 90LO0016 THE LITERACY AND SCHOOL READINESS ENHANCEMENT PILOT PROJECT 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW SUSAN RUTH $ 677,634
CCB EASTER SEAL SOCIETY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE/VERMONT 555 AUBURN STREET MANCHESTER NH 90LO0046 LINKS TO EARLY LEARNING 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW PATTIE R ANDERSON 085573467 $ 707,640
CCB EDUCATIONAL SERVICE DISTRICIT #112 1313 NORTHEAST 134TH STREET VANCOUVER WA 90LO0036 EVERY MOMENT COUNTS: ACHIEVING SCHOOL READINESS IN CLARK COUNTY 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW DEBBIE HAM 091293175 $ 812,358
CCB EL PASO COMMUNITY COLLEGE P.O. BOX 20500 EL PASO TX 90LO0038 USING A PROMOTOR DE SALUD STRATEGY TO PROMOTE EARLY LEARNING 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW AL LAWRENCE 030160782 $ 440,823
CCB Eau Claire County Department of Human Services 721 Oxford Avenue EAU CLAIRE WI 90LO0082 CONNECT FOR CHILDREN EARLY LEARNING PROJECT 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW SHEREEN BEAULIEU $ 567,342
CCB FAIRBANKS COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH PLANNING AGENCY 103 CUSHMAN STREET FAIRBANKS AK 90LO0009 PROVIDING EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION FOR FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES AND PROMOTING E 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW DAVID LEONE $ 697,552
CCB FAIRFAX COUNTY OFFICE FOR CHILDREN 12011 GOVERNMENT CENTER FAIRFAX VA 90LO0052 FAIRFAX COLLABORATIVE 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW JUDITH ROSEN 047249755 $ 761,077
CCB FAMILY CENTRAL, INC. 840 SW 81ST AVENUE NORTH LAUDERDALE FL 90LO0021 BRIQCK: IMPROVE QUALITY OF EARLY LEARNING PROGRAM THROUGH EARLY LEARNING PROVIDERS. 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW TO BE NAMED / APPROVED 000000000 $ 999,902
CCB FAMILY CENTRAL, INC. 840 SW 81ST AVENUE NORTH LAUDERDALE FL 90LO0021 BRIQCK: IMPROVE QUALITY OF EARLY LEARNING PROGRAM THROUGH EARLY LEARNING PROVIDERS. 1 09/15/2009 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES OTHER REVISION LORETTA DUVALL 000000000 $- 11,077
CCB FAMILY SUPPORT STRATEGY COMMITTEE tgacfgat.2003 90LO0072 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW JANIS S PARKS $ 824,554
CCB FIRST 5 EL DORADO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES COMMISSION tgacfgat.2003 90LO0073 EARLY LEARNING MATTERS 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW GINGER SWIGART $ 439,832
CCB FOUNDATION FOR EARLY LEARNING (THE) 444 NE RAVENNA BOULEVARD #405 SEATTLE WA 90LO0002 STRENGTHENING EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES IN KING COUNTY COMMUNITIES 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW BEATRICE L KELLEIGH $ 945,462
CCB FRANKLIN COUNTY EARLY CHILDHOOD ADVISORY COUNCIL 21 CHURCH STREET FONDA VT 90LO0039 FRANKLIN COUNTY EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES PROJECT (FCELOP) 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW JOHN J MCCARTHY $ 900,000
CCB Family Connection Partnership 235 Peachtree Street ATL GA 90LO0043 SOUTH GEORGIA EXCEL (EXCELLENCE IN CHILD CARE AND LEARNING) 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW JULIE SHARPE $ 632,835
CCB GEORGE W CLAYTON TRUST/COLLEGE 3801 MARTIN LUTHER KING BLVD DENVER CO 90LO0033 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES PROJECT 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW CHERYL CALDWELL $ 739,052
CCB GRITMAN MEDICAL CENTER 700 S. MAIN STREET MOSCOW ID 90LO0023 EARLY LEARNING COLLABORATIVE PROJECT IN A RURAL REGION OF NORTHERN IDAHO 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW MARCI SCHREIBER 010213700 $ 595,786
CCB Good Beginning Alliance 33 South King Street HON HI 90LO0031 EXPANDING OAHU’S EARLY LEARNING 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW ELISABETH CHUN $ 916,812
CCB HAMILTON COUNTY AUDITOR 2300 SUPERIOR STREET WEBSTER CITY IA 90LO0089 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW ANN STEWART $ 540,069
CCB HAMPSHIRE EDUCATIONAL COLLABORATIVE 97 HAWLEY ST NORTHAMPTON MA 90LO0081 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW BARBARA FINLAYSON 609222963 $ 856,296
CCB HAMPTON ROADS PARTNERSHIP 101 WEST MAIN STREET NORFOLK VA 90LO0054 SQUARE ONE SCHOOL READINESS INITIATIVE 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW KEITH SYKES $ 804,563
CCB HEART OF WEST MICHIGAN UNITED WAY tgacfgat.2002 90LO0050 CONNECTIONS FOR CHILDREN 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW BARBARA TERRY $ 878,820
CCB HIP of Spokane County 25 West Main SPOKANE WA 90LO0030 STRENGTHENING EARLY LEARNING IN SPOKANE COUNTY 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW KAREN SEITZ 105266006 $ 521,382
CCB Huntington West Virginia Housing Authority PO BOX 2183 HUNTINGTON WV 90LO0058 ERASE BARRIERS, PROJECT (EDUCATIONAL, RURALITY, ACCESSIBILITY, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC) 1 02/13/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund DEMONSTRATION NEW JEANETTE BARKER 000000000 $ 998,944
CCB INITIATIVES FOR CHILDREN ON BEHALF OF THE GREATER tgacfgat.2003 90LO0093 HARRIS COUNTY EARLY LEARNING PROGRAM FOR KIDS 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW CAROL S SHATTUCK $ 868,579
CCB JUVENILE WELFARE BOARD OF PINELLAS COUNTY ON BEHALF OF tgacfgat.2003 90LO0068 PINELLAS EARLY LITERACY LEARNING COMMUNITY PROGRAM 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW JANET CHAPMAN $ 634,294
CCB KENNEBEC VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM 97 WATER STREET WATERVILLE ME 90LO0069 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITY ACT DISCRETIONARY GRANTS TO LOCAL COUNCILS — PROJECT PLUS 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW PATTI WOOLLEY 037709490 $ 998,029
CCB LENAWEE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT 4107 NORTH ADRIAN HIGHWAY ADRIAN MI 90LO0024 LENAWEE’S CHILD 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW JANET R PARSON 038705794 $ 814,331
CCB LENAWEE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT 4107 NORTH ADRIAN HIGHWAY ADRIAN MI 90LO0085 LENAWEE’S CHILD 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW KAREN ROBACK 038705794 $ 532,042
CCB LOWELL CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT CITY HALL LOWELL MA 90LO0057 LOWELL COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS FOR CHILDREN EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES INITIATIVE 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW DR. KARLA BROOKS BAEHR $ 861,561
CCB Lancaster County First Steps 201 WEST ARCH STREET LANCASTER SC 90LO0051 LANCASTER COUNTY EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES PROJECT 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW LORA P BRYSON $ 485,636
CCB MAYORS LITERACY TASK FORCE 22 S. DELAWARE STREET CHANDLER AZ 90LO0055 CHANDLER STEPS TO LEARNING PROJECT 1 09/15/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW MARYBETH GARDNER $ 476,189
CCB MERCED COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION ON BEHALF OF THE tgacfgat.2003 90LO0064 CELO-COALITION FOR EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW GAYE RIGGS $ 892,036
CCB MID-AMERICA REGIONAL COUNCIL 600 BROADWAY 300 RIVERGATE CTR KANSAS CITY MO 90LO0003 EARLY CHILDHOOD EXCELLENCE PROJECT 1 09/14/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW ABIGAL THORMAN $ 1,000,000
CCB MID-AMERICA REGIONAL COUNCIL 600 BROADWAY 300 RIVERGATE CTR KANSAS CITY MO 90LO0094 KANSAS CTY EARLY CHILDHOOD EXCELLENCE PROJECT PHASE II 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW ABIGAIL THORMAN $ 1,000,000
CCB MINNEAPOLIS YOUTH COORDINATING BOARD 310 1/2 CITY HALL MINNEAPOLIS MN 90LO0045 MINNEAPOLIS YOUTH COORDINATING BOARD SCHOOL READINESS INITIATIVE 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW CAROL MILLER 000000000 $ 986,557
CCB MONO COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION 47 LAUREL MOUNTAIN ROAD MAMMOTH LAKES CA 90LO0026 EASTERN SIERRA EARLY LEARNING COLLABORATIVE 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW LINDA KEATING $ 711,143
CCB MULTNOMAH CTY DEPT OF COMT & FAMILY SVCS 421 SW 6TH AVE STE 700 PORTLAND OR 90LO0013 INCREASE ACCESS 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW JIM CLAY 079755653 $ 880,672
CCB Miami-Dade School Readiness Coalition 3250 SW 3rd Avenue MIAMI FL 90LO0028 THE EARLY AUTHORS PROJECT 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW IVETTE AAPONTE-TORRES $ 986,324
CCB NAPA VALLEY COLLEGE 2277 NAPA-VALLEJO HIGHWAY NAPA CA 90LO0067 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES/ACCESSIBILITY AND READINESS FOR LEARNING BY YOUNG CHILDREN 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW BARBARA BROCK $ 464,889
CCB NEW HAVEN PUBLIC SCHOOLS tgacfgat.2001 90LO0006 NEW HAVEN EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES PROGRAM 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW JAN ROMO $ 509,177
CCB ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOL READINESS COALITION ON BEHALF OF tgacfgat.2003 90LO0076 ORLANDO’S PRE-K ENRICHMENT PROJECT 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW MAUREEN DERMOTT $ 997,290
CCB OSAGE NATION 627 GRANDVIEW PAWHUSKA OK 90LO0049 TO PROVIDE EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW TO BE HIRED 199628160 $ 531,273
CCB PEOPLES REGIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM 510 CUMBERLAND AVENUE PORTLAND ME 90LO0020 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES ACT 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW GRANT R LEE 030522734 $ 790,275
CCB Providence Plan 56 Pine Street, Suite 3B PROVIDENCE RI 90LO0029 READY TO LEARN PROVIDENCE 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW PATRICK J MCGUIGAN 111760591 $ 850,000
CCB QUEEN ANNE`S COUNTY P.O. Box 418 CENTREVILLE MD 90LO0059 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES/FAMILIES FIRST PLAY TO LEARN CENTER 1 09/29/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW MICHAEL R CLARK 809213064 $ 688,197
CCB SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES SYSTEM 385 N ARROWHEAD AVE 2ND FLOOR SAN BERNARDINO CA 90LO0025 SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES PROJECT 1 09/14/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW DONNA BEVERIDGE $ 1,000,000
CCB SAN DIEGO SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 6401 LINDA VISTA RD, RM 624 SAN DIEGO CA 90LO0061 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES/PROJECT MENTOR (MEETING EDUCATIONAL NEEDS THROUGH OUTREACH) 1 09/29/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW LOIS A PASTORE $ 999,848
CCB SAN MATEO COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 590 HAMILTON ST REDWOOD CITY CA 90LO0012 SAN MATEO COUNTY EARLY LEARNING PROJECT 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW JEANIE MCLOUGHLIN $ 1,000,000
CCB SAN MATEO COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS ON BEHALF OF tgacfgat.2003 90LO0083 THE SAN MATEO COUNTY EARLY LEARNING PROJECT 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW JEANIE MCLOUGHLIN $ 1,000,000
CCB SANTA CRUZ COUNTY SCHOOLS OFFICE ON BEHALF OF THE SANTA tgacfgat.2003 90LO0063 SANTA CRUZ COUNTY EARLY LEARNING-LEARNING TOGETHER/APRENDIENDO TEMPRANO-APRENDIENDO JUNTOS 1 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW ROBERTO CANCHOLA $ 717,147
CCB SOUTH PLAINS COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION, INC P.O. BOX 610 LEVELLAND TX 90LO0056 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES GRANT “ON THE ROAD WITH LITERACY” 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW TO BE HIRED 094254547 $ 532,694
CCB SOUTHERN IOWA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION P.O. BOX 658 OTTUMWA IA 90LO0011 ELOA MAHASKA-WAPELLO EMPOWERMENT AREA EXPANSION OF PARENTS AS TEACHERS PROGRAM 1 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW JANE HITTNER 040588170 $ 457,285
CCB SOUTHERN MARYLAND CHILD CARE RESOURCE CENTER 29958 KILLPECK CREEK COURT CHARLOTTE HALL MD 90LO0075 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES/LITERACY PROJECT 1 09/29/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW BECKY STEVENS $ 540,165
CCB SOUTHWEST COUNSELING SOLUTIONS INC 1700 Waterman DETROIT MI 90LO0065 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES/FAMILY SUPPORT TEAM OF SOUTHWEST DETROIT 1 09/29/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW PATRICIA MILLER 076385699 $ 668,135
CCB SOUTHWESTERN COMMUNITY ACTION COUNCIL, INC 540 – 5TH AVENUE HUNTINGTON WV 90LO0041 ERASE BARRIERS PROJECT (EDUCATIONAL, RURALITY, ACCESSIBILITY, SOCIAL, AND ECONOMIC) 1 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund SOCIAL SERVICES NEW WEBSTER GILBREATH 063472088 $ 998,944
CCB SOUTHWESTERN COMMUNITY ACTION COUNCIL, INC 540 – 5TH AVENUE HUNTINGTON WV