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Who Can Measure, Quantify, AND Stop Federal Grants Fraud? And if No One, Then What?

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[this post is approximately 12,000 words, most of it in tables or charts.

If you follow HHS matters, this is an eyeopener….

I am displaying / sampling HHS database dysfunction and dishonesty, which —

if more of the general public , I think actually knew about this database and looked at it

especially people actually ON welfare or people IN some of the programs aimed at them —

more would be upset about and start to comprehend the scope of the problem of “government.”

This post is essentially my notes, I didn’t format.  If things extend past the right margin, hit “View/Zoom-Out (or “CTRL-hyphen” on some equipment)” until it doesn’t.

After displaying some of the missing or strange data fields, I also profile a few  organizations, or track who’s running them, or did.   For example, COAPP, NCJFCJ, Family Development, Inc., and just a few more..  This includes some tax return and corporate filing lookups….

 

A problem comes up when most of us don’t comprehend large numbers, or have a conceptual (mental image — I mean a relatively accurate one — of    what money  is, and how it moves electronically,

or over time.  Failure to have enough independent people/groups who DO (and then act on it) is a recipe for slavery — let alone the topic of “abuse.”]


If I had a choice, 100% of the time I knew someone was deceitful, or defrauding me, I would cease doing business with them and go find better friends, associates, or if possible employer.  That is, if they refused to correct the bad behavior.

Now — suppose that were the U.S. Government in all its main branches and tributaries, both ingoing and outbound?  Then what?

Ay, that last choice can be a problem, because our economic system (here, USA) depends on enough people being highly invested in their jobs, highly enough such that leaving them was not an option.

And that is EXACTLY what the fake money / federal reserve / centralization of wealth (i.e., “income tax,” IRS, etc.) — represents.  That, plus the two kinds of money — on the table, and under the table.  The “table” generally speaking meaning any more that which was spread by the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) dividing things up into for profit, not for profit (foundation), and government.

The TAGGS.HHS.GOV data, even were it accurate and consistent (which it’s not) would still only represent outflow (payments).

Last post (and plenty of others), I showed examples of how the TAGGS database is not really usable to track the OUTFLOW of grants, and once it’s flown (or has flowed) out who really knows where it lands.  And can quantify that enough to make a definite statement that something’s OK, or NOT OK?  Can you?

I may elaborate a little more on this.

Beside this, also, what I’m actually looking at are only electronic entries in a database — I’m not seeing the books, receipts, or invoices of the groups it went to, am I?  Suppose the electronic entry — and many (how many?) others was an error or a fabrication, and not tied to any real exchange of goods, finances, or services to a real entity?

And we say that a good portion of this country is not religious?  There’s a lot of “take it on faith” on continuing to pour funds in (in the form of labor, taxes, setting aside for retirement funds and pensions, etc.) to this system in hopes, or wishes, or beliefs that what went in will be what came out, only maybe even compounded through the marvel of the extra clout of pooled funds, compound interest, and our leaders’ economic wisdom in planning for the future.

We don’t know what we don’t know, but I will say that my sense is that (definitely) the majority of the marriage/fatherhood grants are going to “Cronies” of HHS/Faith-based connections — and that the general game plan is to raise money by marketing the curricula, while also (for fun?) running cognitive behavioral health demonstration projects on as many people as possible.  why else would they insist on limiting it to, really, so few curricula?

This category of expenses (payments) got supercharged with welfare reform // block grants to states.  The purpose of this welfare reform (whatever it was sold as), I’ll assert is “Fees for Friends” and changing the basic form of government, towards the mental health model and away from the legal // justice model.

It removed accountability further away from individual families, and guess what — there’s stil a lot of talk about Medicaid fraud, HHS fraud — and billing services to particular, individuals’ (esp. KIDS) social security#s that don’t correspond to real services (or real cost of services) produced.

The following grants have no address, location, or DA#.  They’re only (several million$$) –but those are just ones I happened to stumble on while looking at taggs.HHS.gov…  And how many people even look at that database?

This sort had no “Grantee” name so that I could sort and find out how many “tgacfgat.” grants there were.  The first field is an address field…These are the “90LO series only.  One cannot “select” by the specific address and find out what other grants series may have such funds.  I do note that these seem to be “early learning” get kids ready for kindergarten type ones.  This is because kindergarten is one of the more inefficient ways to teach children to learn and socialize, and extra time is needed for this, presumably, and child/care kindergarten is one way to ensure that both parents (or, if there’s only one parent in the family) are not working self-employed or able to structure their OWN time to produce a positive income, but are to be hooked into the jobs/wages/pension (if that)/income-tax-withholding and Let Us Track You system….

Which, for many, represents KEEPING low-income mothers as low-income mothers, although some (how many?) will succeed through this means.  But what percent?  These mothers then can later figure out, if it happens, how to retain work while going through years-long custody battles if there was any criminal behavior in the relationship, alternately, fighting the state for custody of their kids based on any number of allegations.

This was where I first discovered the following list (and all below were, like this one,”CCB”)

Program Office Grantee Address City State Award Number Award Title Action Issue Date CFDA Number CFDA Program Name Principal Investigator DUNS Number Sum of Actions
CCB tgacfgat.2003 90LO0071 THE NATIONAL CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER’S BUILDING BLOCKS PROJECT 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund DEBORAH CALLINS $ 730,586
Results 1 to 1 of 1 matches. (the other “recipient name” listing of this National CAC group had the word “The” after the title:  “NATIONAL CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER (THE)” and had a DUNS#.

This series turned out to be “EARLY LEARNING FUND” (93577, as above).  here’s the total for this fund, per another search:

CFDA Prog. No. OPDIV Program Title Number of Awards Number of Award Actions CAN Award Amount
93.577 ACF Early Learning Fund 183 224 $139,467,896
Page Total 183 224 $139,467,896
Report Total 183 224 $139,467,896

While I’m on the “CFDA Program Summary Search” page, here’s for 93086- not yet up to a single Billion.  Maybe I’m over-focused on this area, except I know what these programs represent, and are doing to families — and that they are setting more systems to do this more efficiently to families…

CFDA Prog. No. OPDIV Program Title Number of Awards Number of Award Actions CAN Award Amount
93.086 ACF Healthy marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants 372 1,574 $822,487,424
Page Total 372 1,574 $822,487,424
Report Total 372 1,574 $822,487,424

(Interesting how no one even bothered to corrected the capitalization in the title….)

Sorting this same series (Grant 90LO____) one also (2nd chart below this one) finds several with no DUNS# which DO have real addresses, and are $1,000,000 grants (but, one cannot “select” on size of grant either, under TAGGS) and many which have DUNS# 000000000 instead of a blank.  Another post, I’ll talk about DUNS#s…

From TAGGS:

tgacfgat.2001 90LO0006 NEW HAVEN EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES PROGRAM JAN ROMO $ 509,177
tgacfgat.2002 90LO0042 MANCHESTER EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES PROGRAM LISA CONDE $ 591,410
tgacfgat.2002 90LO0044 BUILDING BRIGHTEN FUTURES FOR BROOME DOUGLAS TITUS $ 738,499
tgacfgat.2002 90LO0050 CONNECTIONS FOR CHILDREN BARBARA TERRY $ 878,820
tgacfgat.2002 90LO0053 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES ACT DISCRECTIONARY GRANTS ACYF-PA-CCB-2002-01 BARBARA F KAMARA $ 800,000
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0060 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES JANA LANE-BROWN $ 592,242
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0062 STEPS (STAFF TRAINING-ENVIRONMENTS-PARENTING-SCHOLARSHIPS) EARLY LITERACY PROJECT  LAURIE ROVIN    $ 1,000,000 
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0063 SANTA CRUZ COUNTY EARLY LEARNING-LEARNING TOGETHER/APRENDIENDO TEMPRANO-APRENDIENDO JUNTOS ROBERTO CANCHOLA $ 717,147
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0064 CELO-COALITION FOR EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES GAYE RIGGS $ 892,036
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0066 BEGINNING EARLY LEARNING AND LITERACY SUCCESS HEATHER SENSKE $ 837,072
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0068 PINELLAS EARLY LITERACY LEARNING COMMUNITY PROGRAM JANET CHAPMAN $ 634,294
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0070 “APPALACHIAN READERS”: PROMOTING QUALITY EARLY CARE/ENHANCING EMERGENT LITERARY SKILLS MARGARET E BURNS $ 774,919
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0071 THE NATIONAL CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER’S BUILDING BLOCKS PROJECT  DEBORAH CALLINS $ 730,586
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0072 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES JANIS S PARKS $ 824,554
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0073 EARLY LEARNING MATTERS GINGER SWIGART $ 439,832
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0076 ORLANDO’S PRE-K ENRICHMENT PROJECT MAUREEN DERMOTT $ 997,290
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0077 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES KATHLEEN HOLZMAN $ 254,519
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0083 THE SAN MATEO COUNTY EARLY LEARNING PROJECT   [Calif.] JEANIE MCLOUGHLIN    $ 1,000,000 
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0086 TICKET TO LEARN – EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES INITIATIVE JOSE DEL VALLE $ 997,704
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0088 SUMMIT COUNTY READING EARLY ALWAYS LEARNING (R.E.A.L.) PROJECT LUCINDA BURNS $ 362,797
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0091 ASSET-BASED LITERACY AND LEARNING INITIATIVES MARTHA HEMPHILL $ 536,670
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0092 CONTRA COSTA EARLY LEARNING PROJECT [Calif.] CATHERINE GIACALONE    $ 1,000,000 
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0093 HARRIS COUNTY EARLY LEARNING PROGRAM FOR KIDS CAROL S SHATTUCK $ 868,579
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0095 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES GAY BAKKEN $ 650,999
tgacfgat.2003 90LO0098 PARENTS AS TEACHERS ALICE WOODS $ 434,681

ADVANCED SEARCH RESULTS (of this “90LO” grant series, which seems to be “early learning fund.”):

Results 1 to 224 of 224 matches.
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Grantee Address City State Award Number Award Title Action Issue Date CFDA Number CFDA Program Name Principal Investigator DUNS Number Sum of Actions
100 EDGEWOOD AVENUE, NE ATLANTA GA 90LO0078 LIGHTING THE SPARK 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund SHAREN HAUSMANN 064542673 $ 911,412
1000 Main Street BUFFALO NY 90LO0167 THE ERIE COUNTY EARLY LEARNING ENHANCEMENT INITIATIVE 09/22/2005 93577 Early Learning Fund STEVEN J HARVEY $ 999,237
1000 SAN LEANDRO BLVD. SAN LEANDRO CA 90LO0001 THE E.A.R.L.Y PROJECT ENHANCING ASSESSIBILITY AND READINESS FOR LEARNING BY YOUN 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund ANDREA KNOWLTON 786370577 $ 743,112
1000 SAN LEANDRO BLVD. SAN LEANDRO CA 90LO0007 THE ALAMEDA COUNTY EARLY LEARNING PARTNERSHIP 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund RORY DARRAH 786370577 $ 250,406
101 WEST MAIN STREET NORFOLK VA 90LO0054 SQUARE ONE SCHOOL READINESS INITIATIVE 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund KEITH SYKES $ 804,563
103 CUSHMAN STREET FAIRBANKS AK 90LO0009 PROVIDING EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION FOR FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES AND PROMOTING E 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund DAVID LEONE $ 697,552

(etc.  here are some “0000000000” for a  DUNS#s…..)

1152 South Main Street LAKEPORT CA 90LO0104 LAKE COUNTY EARLY LEARNING COLLABORATIVE 09/28/2004 93577 Early Learning Fund SUSAN Y PERRY 000000000 $ 929,126
1152 South Main Street LAKEPORT CA 90LO0104 LAKE COUNTY EARLY LEARNING COLLABORATIVE 07/21/2009 93577 Early Learning Fund SUSAN Y PERRY 000000000 $- 195,860
1152 South Main Street LAKEPORT CA 90LO0104 LAKE COUNTY EARLY LEARNING COLLABORATIVE 09/21/2009 93577 Early Learning Fund SUSAN Y PERRY 000000000 $ 0
118 COMMERCE AVE SW SUITE 220 GRAND RAPIDS MI 90LO0113 CONNECTIONS FOR CHILDREN 09/28/2004 93577 Early Learning Fund BARBARA TERRY 000000000 $ 943,072
118 COMMERCE AVE SW SUITE 220 GRAND RAPIDS MI 90LO0113 CONNECTIONS FOR CHILDREN 06/15/2009 93577 Early Learning Fund TONY CAMPBELL 000000000 $- 54,996
118 COMMERCE AVE SW SUITE 220 GRAND RAPIDS MI 90LO0113 CONNECTIONS FOR CHILDREN 09/21/2009 93577 Early Learning Fund TONY CAMPBELL 000000000 $ 0

Here are some blanks for DUNS#s: (just a few.  There are others which are $1 million grants:

2580 East Main St, Suite 203 SAN BUENAVENTURA CA 90LO0161 PRESCHOOL FOR ALL VENTURA COUNTY 09/22/2005 93577 Early Learning Fund CLAUDIA HARRISON $ 1,000,000
385 N ARROWHEAD AVE 2ND FLOOR SAN BERNARDINO CA 90LO0025 SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES PROJECT 09/14/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund DONNA BEVERIDGE $ 1,000,000

Here are some from the same street address in Georgia (both $1 million) two different years, two different grant#s, two different people.  Huh??

43 HAWKINS ST,FLOOR GA BOSTON MA 90LO0047 BOSTON LEARNS: AN EARLY LITERACY COLLABORATIVE FOR CHILDREN, FAMILIES, AND EDUCATORS 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund LINDA CAMP $ 1,000,000
43 HAWKINS ST,FLOOR GA BOSTON MA 90LO0118 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES 09/28/2004 93577 Early Learning Fund THERESA LYNN $ 1,000,000

In this next segment (I’m pulling these all from the single run of 224 results in the 90LO series….), the first two rows represent an entity which DID use DUNS#, and the next two, which DIDn’t.  At least it wasn’t entered into TAGGS…

56 Pine Street, Suite 3B PROVIDENCE RI 90LO0029 READY TO LEARN PROVIDENCE 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund PATRICK J MCGUIGAN 111760591 $ 850,000
56 Pine Street, Suite 3B PROVIDENCE RI 90LO0106 READY TO LEARN PROVIDENCE 09/28/2004 93577 Early Learning Fund JOYCE E BUTLER 111760591 $ 1,000,000
590 HAMILTON ST REDWOOD CITY CA 90LO0012 SAN MATEO COUNTY EARLY LEARNING PROJECT 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund JEANIE MCLOUGHLIN $ 1,000,000
600 BROADWAY #300 KANSAS CITY MO 90LO0170 GREATER KANSAS CITY EARLY LEARNING INITIATIVE 09/19/2005 93577 Early Learning Fund JAMES CACCAMO $ 1,000,000

And another dynamic duo — same address, two different grants, (no DUNS# for either), @ $1,000,000 — and it looks like even the same Principal Investigator — but her name was misspelled once (I’m assuming it’s probably “Abigail” and not “Abigal” intended…  So much for a name search by investigator, right?

600 BROADWAY 300 RIVERGATE CTR KANSAS CITY MO 90LO0003 EARLY CHILDHOOD EXCELLENCE PROJECT 09/14/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund ABIGAL THORMAN $ 1,000,000
600 BROADWAY 300 RIVERGATE CTR KANSAS CITY MO 90LO0094 KANSAS CTY EARLY CHILDHOOD EXCELLENCE PROJECT PHASE II 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund ABIGAIL THORMAN $ 1,000,000

OR, some more… no (blank) DUNS#…

201 WEST ARCH STREET LANCASTER SC 90LO0051 LANCASTER COUNTY EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES PROJECT 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund LORA P BRYSON $ 485,636
201 WEST ARCH STREET LANCASTER SC 90LO0166 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR LANCASTER COUNTY 09/16/2005 93577 Early Learning Fund LORA P BRYSON $ 488,592
21 CHURCH STREET FONDA VT 90LO0039 FRANKLIN COUNTY EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES PROJECT (FCELOP) 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund JOHN J MCCARTHY $ 900,000
210 PRATT AVENUE HUNTSVILLE AL 90LO0177 BUILDING BLOCKS PROJECT 09/20/2005 93577 Early Learning Fund SUSAN MOQUIN $ 972,590
22 S. DELAWARE STREET CHANDLER AZ 90LO0055 CHANDLER STEPS TO LEARNING PROJECT 09/15/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund MARYBETH GARDNER $ 476,189
224 EAST BROAD STREET RICHMOND VA 90LO0022 GREATER RICHMOND EARLY DEVELOPMENT COALITION 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund CYNTHIA L JONES $ 1,000,000
224 EAST BROAD STREET RICHMOND VA 90LO0087 PROJECT EXCELL EXCELLENCE FOR CHILDREN AND EARLY LEARNING 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund BARBARA C SIPE $ 1,000,000
225 LONG AVENUE HILLSIDE NJ 90LO0005 UNION COUNTY EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITES PROJECT 09/19/2001 93577 Early Learning Fund KAREN NEMETH $ 470,369
225 LONG AVENUE HILLSIDE NJ 90LO0097 UNION COUNTY EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITY PROJECT 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund KAREN NEMETH $ 703,664
2277 NAPA-VALLEJO HIGHWAY NAPA CA 90LO0067 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES/ACCESSIBILITY AND READINESS FOR LEARNING BY YOUNG CHILDREN 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund BARBARA BROCK $ 464,889
2300 SUPERIOR STREET WEBSTER CITY IA 90LO0089 EARLY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES 09/30/2003 93577 Early Learning Fund ANN STEWART $ 540,069
235 Peachtree Street ATL GA 90LO0043 SOUTH GEORGIA EXCEL (EXCELLENCE IN CHILD CARE AND LEARNING) 09/14/2002 93577 Early Learning Fund JULIE SHARPE $ 632,835

I went to (general) SEARCH BY DUNS# — and typed in nine zeroes.  One cannot sort this field by location.   There were 327.  these are the first 50; notice the large amounts in some (i.e., Sacramento, CA Office of Criminal Justice Planning, or a Drug, Alcohol & Abuse Committee from South Dakota.  Notice the RANGE of grantees getting this.  I imagine if one clicked on the grantees, there’d be a range of DUNS=00000 and DUNS# = real numbers.  Again, that DUNS# is a tracking number.  What would all zeroes represent, huh?  You see any single quality tying this all together?  Computer glitch?  Data entry oversight (hardly….).  You want to track it down?  (I know I don’t!)……  So, just deal with this as part of the system, “close enough for jazz,” and in light of all the other fantastic benefits our government (collectively) supplies, such as public education for all, and welfare grants to the states, etc. — we should just not think about that too hard; might lose our peace or cooperative spirits when we go to work each morning and pay into this….

Especially if we are going to work as a “civil servant.” …… (the first few rows are selected for their size, location, (like DENVER)… etc.  I’m not dealing with the other-countries ones, as I don’t know that DUNS status would apply there);

Colorado Organization on Adolescent  DENVER CO 80204 DENVER 000000000 $ 910,000

On this one — over a five-year period (and two separate grants) — this DUNS#?  Seriously.  A for-profit business with a PO box address, capacity-building?  that deserves a quick look-up!

RECIPIENT INFORMATION

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Recipient: Colorado Organization on Adolescent
Address: PO BOX 40158
DENVER, CO 80204
Country Name: United States of America
County Name: DENVER
HHS Region: 8
Type: Other Social Services Organization
Class: Private Profit ( Small Business ) Organizations

AWARD ACTIONS

Showing: 1 – 5 of 5 Award Actions

FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2009 U58DP825010  MATERNAL, INFANT & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH: NATIONAL/STATE COALITION CAPACITY 5 000 CDC 08-04-2009 000000000 $ 220,000 
Fiscal Year 2009 Total: $ 220,000
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2008 U58DP825010  MATERNAL, INFANT & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH: NATIONAL/STATE COALITION CAPACITY 4 000 CDC 08-25-2008 000000000 $ 220,000 
Fiscal Year 2008 Total: $ 220,000
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2007 U58DP825010  MATERNAL, INFANT & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH: NATIONAL/STATE COALITION CAPACITY 3 000 CDC 09-04-2007 000000000 $ 170,000 
Fiscal Year 2007 Total: $ 170,000
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2006 CCU825010  MATERNAL, INFANT & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH: NATIONAL/STATE COALITION CAPACITY 2 0 CDC 08-18-2006 000000000 $ 150,000 
Fiscal Year 2006 Total: $ 150,000
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2005 CCU825010  MATERNAL, INFANT & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH: NATIONAL/STATE COALITION CAPACITY 1 0 CDC 08-31-2005 000000000 $ 150,000 
Fiscal Year 2005 Total: $ 150,000
Total of all award actions: $ 910,000

OK, here’s the rest of the title of this organization, and what it does (relates to preventing Teen Pregnancy, HIV, STD, etc.).  A link from CDC.gov:   “Strong Teens, Strong Communities.”   http://www.cdc.gov/teenpregnancy/PDF/CO_SucessStories.pdf  “COAPP” (this organization) is a Technical Assistance and Capacity Builder, what else?  Charts focus on Hispanic ,which has a higher teen birth rate than other ethnicities (HHS programs are often profiling by ethnicity, it’s simply part of what they do…)

The Solution

The Colorado Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy, Parenting and Prevention (COAPPP) provides intensive technical assistance to youth-serving organizations to build capacity to institutionalize and sustain science-based approaches to prevent teen pregnancy. COAPPP’s local partners use a 10-step process to program planning, Promoting Science-Based Approaches-Getting to Outcomes (PSBA-GTO). 4,5

Birth Rates (live births) per 1,000 Women Aged 15–19 Years, by Race and Hispanic Ethnicity: Colorado and United States, 2006

All races and origins

●In 2008, COAPPP hosted a statewide conference in partnership with a Colorado school-based health care organization and three national teen pregnancy prevention organizations (Advocates for Youth, Healthy Teen Network, and the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy)

Per Colorado Secretary of State, this group was formed in 1985!!!

Found 2 matching record(s).  Viewing page 1 of 1.
# ID Number Document Number Name Click here to sort in ascending order. Event Status Form Formation Date
1 19871640112  19871710705 COLORADO ORGANIZATION ON ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY ANDPARENTING Entity Name Change Name Changed DNC 10/04/1985
2 19871640112  20061175962 Colorado Organization on Adolescent, Pregnancy, Parenting, & Prevention Articles of Amendment Name Changed DNC 10/04/1985

In 1987 it has the trade name added:

Found 1 matching record(s).  Viewing page 1 of 1.
# ID Number Document Number Name Status Form Effective Date Comment
1 19871710706  19871710706 COAPP, INC. Effective DNC 02/12/1987 12:00 AM

TAGGS lists it as a small, private for-profit.  But when I click on #1 above, I see that “Colorado Youth Matter” (probably original name) was NONprofit.  As here:

ID Number: 19871640112
Name: Colorado Youth Matter

Registered Agent: Lori Casillas
Registered Agent Street Address: 1650 Franklin St., Lower Level, Denver, CO 80218, United States
Registered Agent Mailing Address:

Principal Street Address: 1650 Franklin St., Lower Level, Denver, CO 80218, United States
Principal Mailing Address:

Status: Good Standing
Form: Nonprofit Corporation
Jurisdiction: Colorado
Formation Date: 10/04/1985
Term of Duration: Perpetual
Periodic Report Month: October

In 2010 (AFTER all the above HHS grants) it trademarked itself as “COLORADO YOUTH MATTER”):

Found 1 matching record(s).  Viewing page 1 of 1.
# ID Number Name Status Class Effective Date
1 20101375040  COLORADO YOUTH MATTER Effective 041 07/02/2010
10:28 AM

IT BEGAN DEALING WITH “SCHOOL-AGED PARENTS”:

Event Date Filed Date Posted EffectiveDate Click here to sort in ascending order. Document #
(click to view)
Comment
1 Articles of Incorporation 10/04/1985 10/04/1985 10/04/1985 12:00 AM 19871640112  COLORADO EDUCATORS OF SCHOOL-AGED PARENTS
2 Entity Name Change 02/12/1987 02/12/1987 02/12/1987 12:00 AM 19871710705  COLORADO EDUCATORS OF SCHOOL-AGED PARENTS
3

WEBSITE: Colorado Youth Matter 1650 Franklin St, Lower Level Denver, CO 80218

 ITS GUIDING PRINCIPLES:

Community

Colorado Youth Matter’s work builds on the strengths and capacities of community partners.  CYM individualizes its services and approaches to compliment the unique needs and assets of communities, families and individuals.

Excellence in Service

Colorado Youth Matter will demonstrate excellence to its partners and the public in, but not limited to, ethical communication and responsiveness.  COAPPP’s internal and external practices demand quality products, accountability, equity and transparency.

Cultural Competency

Colorado Youth Matter works effectively and with integrity in cross-cultural settings.  To that end, Colorado Youth Matter invests resources and time to build knowledge, awareness and sensitivity in its work with communities and individuals from diverse cultures.

Social Justice

Colorado Youth Matter recognizes that social and power inequalities are barriers to the positive reproductive and sexual health of teens.  Colorado Youth Matterpromotes social change and systems that tackle the root causes of inequality.  Colorado Youth Matter’s work integrates solutions that offer meaningful opportunities for communities and self-determination for individuals.

Their “Annual Reports” page is “coming soon.”

it is part of a “Healthy Colorado Youth Alliance” which organizations seem inclined to counter the “abstinence promotion” theories of WAIT training (“Center for Relationship Education” of Joneen Krauth MacKenzie, NARME member, and formerly — but let’s be clear — not now — associated with Ugandan “Ssempa” and the “kill-the-gays” legislation, etc…

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But organizationally, is it a nonprofit, or a for-profit?  And why no DUNS# — because its work was cooperative agreements with the US Government?

Please contribute page.  Note:   It says it relies on donations to make it through, and has the same street address as “Colorado Youth Matter,” above:

Donate here to support The Alliance year-round. All gifts are tax deductible and will support our work to create sustainable change and amplify voices in support of comprehensive adolescent health education, resources and services – including real sex ed!

The Healthy Colorado Youth Alliance is dedicated to ensuring that all youth have access to complete and age appropriate sexual health education, resources and services, so that they can make informed, responsible decisions and lead healthy, happy lives. In addition to helping local school districts implement the standards laid out in Colorado law, The Alliance is building a statewide coalition of advocates for quality and complete sexual health education.

To sustain its leadership, education and advocacy throughout Colorado, The Alliance relies on the financial contributions of its members and supporters.

You may also send a check payable to The Healthy Colorado Youth Alliance to: 1650 Franklin Street, Lower Level, Denver, CO 80218

well, well — this organization was only formed this past August!   (8/23/2012):
#
ID Number
Document Number
Name Click here to sort in ascending order.
Event
Status
Form
Formation Date
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The Healthy Colorado Youth Alliance
Articles of Incorporation Good Standing DNC 08/23/2012

The founder (Lisa Olcese), per LinkedIn is a 1989 cum laude graduate of Smith College (French, American Studies, French) and is into “neuro linguistic programming”…. or more specifically:

NLP-communication and human excellence, training and facilitating, website development/drupal, graphic recording, journaling, writing, creativity, women’s leadership, everyday artistry, gardening in pots, the re-invented athlete, quarter-life/mid-life opportunities, science fiction and fantasy, radical craftiness, aerial arts

Other references (note:  Everyone seems to know, by now, that “Technical Assistance” is where the money is, and helps build a rep too.  You, too — can form a website that looks like a nonprofit and start taking donations; register with your state, etc. of course.  Actual service provision not really necessary…..

The Denver Foundation - Technical Assistance

Consultant’s Name Organization Address
Lisa Olcese Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN 835 North Street, Boulder, CO, 80304

 (Chair, Bd of Directors is from Lockheed Martin; Executive Director of Programs has a 1986 M.Th. from Harvard; this group is recognized in 1998 by the NRCDV (National Resource Center on Domestic Violence)

ORGANIZATION NAME

STATE

YEAR

TOTAL ASSETS

FORM

PAGES

EIN

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence CO 2010 $4,435,383 990 28 74-2145368
Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence CO 2009 $4,750,218 990 34 74-2145368
Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence CO 2008 $4,654,291 990 43 74-2145368
Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence CO 2007 $4,231,818 990 35 74-2145368
Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence Inc. CO 2006 $3,201,059 990 25 74-2145368
Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence Inc. CO 2005 $3,163,494 990 26 74-2145368

(after looking at the website for a while, and finding the EIN# — I went back to TAGGS.  Interestingly, it’s not listed under this name, has one $30K grant, and that grant has no DUNS#).  The grant mentions something about “Faith Community Outreach” and characterizes this EIN# as a “Community Action Organization.”  The 2001 date of the grant coincides with the year Bush established “office of Faith-based” policy (by executive order).  I notice that one of the professionals here has a Masters in Theology from Harvard…

Recipient Name City State ZIP Code County DUNS Number Sum of Awards
BOULDER COUNTY SAFEHOUSE  BOULDER CO 80304 BOULDER $ 30,828
Grantee Name County Award Number Award Title Budget Year CFDA Number CFDA Program Name Award Action Type Principal Investigator Sum of Actions
BOULDER COUNTY SAFEHOUSE BOULDER 90EV0234 FAITH COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROJECT 1 93592  Family Violence Prevention and Services/Grants for Battered Women’s Shelters: Discretionary Grants  NEW ANNE TAPP $ 30,828

 

Please remember this CFDA# and Category in red, because I’m about to show you what happens (and whether this organization shows up — it does not, FYI) when I pull a search on ONLY this CFDA#, all years, all states!

(if you click on this):

Recipient: BOULDER COUNTY SAFEHOUSE
Address: 835 North Street
BOULDER, CO 80304
Country Name: United States of America
County Name: BOULDER
HHS Region: 8
Type: Community Action Organization
Class: Non-Profit Public Non-Government Organizations

AWARD ACTIONS

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FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2001 90EV0234  FAITH COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROJECT 1 0 ACF 09-15-2001 $ 30,828 

Same EIN# as above (note the years) different organization name:

ORGANIZATION NAME

STATE

YEAR

TOTAL ASSETS

FORM

PAGES

EIN

Boulder County Safehouse Inc. CO 2004 $2,081,744 990 23 74-2145368
Boulder County Safehouse Inc. CO 2003 $2,244,874 990 16 74-2145368
Boulder County Safehouse Inc. CO 2002 $2,149,156 990 21 74-2145368

Assets are definitely increasing (Compare the charts 2002,3,4 through 5.6.7.8.9.2010…)  They have some investments in securities in 2002, are all-volunteer, carefully related (itemized) depreciation, and got about $589K government grants, plus other sources.  ca. $400K shelters, $700K hotline and outreach.

I searched ONLY on that CFDA# — and every grant shown has a DUNS#.  Also I note that while most are nonprofits, some are State Gov’t, and that while some show budget year “1” — none shows the grant action as “NEW.”   At the bottom of this list, you can clearly see that money is being moved AWAY from “Womanspace” of Oregon.  I noted this (possibly blogged it herein) a long while back as having centralized and soaked up some DV fundings from other smaller groups — so now, if womanspace is getting grants, they are not longer in this category, I guess.    Again, no longer (if ever) was money going specifically to fund shelters.  Always being steered towards prevention, discretionary, and technical assistance” groups.  . . . .

Women with children who are running FROM religious spousal abuse, and in fact ALL mothers ought to be alerted that some of the “faith community” is involved in the shelter & DV prevention movement, and that their transparency and accounting seems a little less than — above-board.  In my opinion.

Please look at the right column (Shrink Font by View/Zoom/Out function on your computer if need be) and see WHO is getting the largest grants.  Several are groups I’ve already blogged on, such as FVPF (unbelievable blatant real estate acquisition and fatherhood grants recipient in SF, plus name change) or MPDI (Ellen Pence & Friends, including Loretta Frederick whose group (I blogged recently, right?) BWJP is a project of MPDI and is collaborating with AFCC to puzzle over what is — and what is not — really domestic violence, when custody is challenged, which seems to be AFCC’s specialty area, inventing new terms and professions (“High-Conflict,” etc.) and with them, COURTS — to shear down the definition of spousal assault & child molestation so it looks like less of a problem than it really is…..).

Results 1 to 38 of 38 matches.
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Grantee Name City Grantee Class Award # Budg. Yr Action Issue Date Award Action Type Principal Investigator DUNS Number Sum of Actions
ALASKA NETWORK ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE JUNEAU Non-Profit Public Non-Government Organizations 90EV0403 2 02/22/2012 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS PEGGY BROWN 942891789 $ 0
ALASKA NETWORK ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE JUNEAU Non-Profit Public Non-Government Organizations 90EV0403 2 09/26/2012 ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPLEMENT ( + OR – ) (DISCRETIONARY OR BLOCK AWARDS) PEGGY BROWN 942891789 $ 0
ALASKA NETWORK ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE JUNEAU Non-Profit Public Non-Government Organizations 90EV0403 3 07/24/2012 NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION PEGGY BROWN 942891789 $ 150,000
ASIAN-AMERICAN HEALTH FORUM SAN FRANCISCO Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations 90EV0411 2 07/24/2012 NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION CHIC DABBY 183183136 $ 600,000
BREAK THE CYCLE LOS ANGELES Non-Profit Public Non-Government Organizations 90EV0369 1 12/05/2011 OTHER REVISION MARJORIE GILBERG 179635680 $- 1
CASA DE ESPERANZA SAINT PAUL Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations 90EV0413 2 07/24/2012 NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION JUAN CARLOS AREAN 606107209 $ 600,000
CHILDRENS HOSPITAL LOS ANGELESDIV OF ADOLES MEDICINE LOS ANGELES Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations 90EV0338 1 03/08/2012 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS KELVIN KELLEY 052277936 $- 14,241
DC DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES WASHINGTON State Government 90EV0357 1 12/05/2011 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS JOI YELDELL 137683426 $- 1,084
DC DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES WASHINGTON State Government 90EV0357 3 12/05/2011 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS JOI YELDELL 137683426 $- 4,866
FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION FUND SAN FRANCISCO  Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations  90EV0401 01/13/2012  EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS  LONNA DAVIS  618375687  $ 0 
FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION FUND SAN FRANCISCO  Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations  90EV0401 08/01/2012  NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION  LONNA DAVIS  618375687  $ 250,000 
FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION FUND SAN FRANCISCO  Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations  90EV0414 08/07/2012  NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION  LISA JAMES  618375687  $ 1,100,000
HAWAII YOUTH SERVICES NETWORK HONOLULU Non-Profit Public Non-Government Organizations 90EV0362 1 12/05/2011 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS JUDITH CLARK 834346376 $- 27
HEKTOEN INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH CHICAGO Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations 90EV0349 2 12/05/2011 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS CAROLE WARSHAW 068625136 $- 15,173
HEKTOEN INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH CHICAGO Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations 90EV0349 3 12/05/2011 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS CAROLE WARSHAW 068625136 $- 148
HEKTOEN INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH CHICAGO  Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations  90EV0417 07/24/2012  NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION  CAROLE WARSHAW  068625136  $ 1,100,000 
ID COALITION AGAINST SEXUAL ABUSE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE BOISE Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations 90EV0406 3 07/24/2012 NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION LADESSA FOSTER 129850590 $ 150,000
MI ST OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR, BUREAU OF MGNT & BUDGET LANSING State Government 90EV0356 3 02/03/2012 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS DEBI CAIN 805340163 $- 2,701
MINNESOTA PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT, INC DULUTH  Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations  90EV0416 08/03/2012  NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION  DENISE GAMACHE  193187069  $ 1,000,000 
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JUVENILE COURT JUDGES RENO  Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations  90EV0415 07/24/2012  NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION  MAUREEN SHEERAN  081275067  $ 1,100,000 
NATIONAL INDIGENOUS WOMEN`S RESOURCE CENTER, INC. RAPID CITY Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations 90EV0409 2 08/15/2012 NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION LUCY SIMPSON 967874103 $ 1,250,000
NATIONAL LATINO ALLIANCE MANHATTAN Non-Profit Public Non-Government Organizations 90EV0337 1 02/07/2012 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS ADELITA MEDINA 122682011 $- 20,825
NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC. HARRISBURG  Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations  90EV0410 07/24/2012  NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION  ANNE MENARD  968196126  $ 1,500,000 
NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC. HARRISBURG  Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations  90EV0410 09/26/2012  ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPLEMENT ( + OR – ) (DISCRETIONARY OR BLOCK AWARDS)  ANNE MENARD  968196126  $ 357,000 
NEW JERSEY COALITION FOR BATTERED WOMEN TRENTON Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations 90EV0404 3 07/24/2012 NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION SARA ZESSKI 883332645 $ 150,000
NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY LAS CRUCES State Government 90EV0351 3 02/07/2012 OTHER REVISION MARTHA RODITTI 173851965 $ 0
National Council on Family Violence AUSTIN  Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations  90EV0407 08/01/2012  NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION  DYANNE PURCELL  158403519  $ 3,196,946 
PENNSYLVANIA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HARRISBURG Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations 90EV0402 3 08/17/2012 NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION MARGARET DIERKERS 156527558 $ 500,000
SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY IN NEW ORLEANS BATON ROUGE State Government 90EV0339 2 02/07/2012 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS GLADYS MERRICK 108193707 $- 6,354
SafeHouse Denver, Inc. DENVER State Government 90EV0366 1 03/09/2012 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS ELLEN WALLACE 140015541 $- 2,258
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA MINNEAPOLIS  State Government  90EV0412 08/07/2012  NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION  OLIVER WILLIAMS  555917996  $ 600,000 
WISCONSIN COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE MADISON Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations 90EV0405 3 07/24/2012 NON-COMPETING CONTINUATION ANN BRICKSON 171537392 $ 150,000
WOMENSPACE, INC EUGENE Private Profit ( Large Business ) Organizations 90EV0346 1 12/05/2011 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS CHERYL O’NEILL 521835864 $- 11,268
WOMENSPACE, INC EUGENE Private Profit ( Large Business ) Organizations 90EV0346 2 12/05/2011 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS CHERYL O’NEILL 521835864 $- 11,947
WOMENSPACE, INC EUGENE Private Profit ( Large Business ) Organizations 90EV0346 3 12/05/2011 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS CHERYL O’NEILL 521835864 $- 12,331
WOMENSPACE, INC EUGENE Private Profit ( Large Business ) Organizations 90EV0359 1 02/07/2012 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS ELAINE PHILLIPS 521835864 $- 10,215
WOMENSPACE, INC EUGENE Private Profit ( Large Business ) Organizations 90EV0359 2 02/07/2012 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS ELAINE PHILLIPS 521835864 $- 3,361
WOMENSPACE, INC EUGENE Private Profit ( Large Business ) Organizations 90EV0359 3 02/07/2012 EXTENSION WITH OR WITHOUT FUNDS ELAINE PHILLIPS 521835864 $- 3,132
Womanspace, Inc. is interesting.  it started out getting grants (at least per this taggs list) ca. 1998 in “Coordinated Community Response” (the MPDI/Ellen Pence theory about how to stop DV), possibly drawing funds away from actual shelters in the state —  and then a serious of very strange grants entitled simply “Executive Director” at $130K, or $75K.  You don’t see that grant title very often! (notice it’s a FOR-profit listing)…. Then funds were gradually removed from the “Executive Director” grant in smaller increments later on.   Why?  Leaving it’s total grants (including the negative entries) somewhere around $5 million.  I also note two different DUNS#s,  Clicking on the award corresponding with “Executive Director” we see a nice pay for just a few (three; 2005-2008) Years (actual was $16K higher, but this was removed in 2012).
Total of all award actions: $ 338,940
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2007 90EV0359  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 3 0 ACF 09-10-2007 173266040 $ 95,648 
2007 90EV0359  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 2 1 ACF 11-13-2006 173266040 $ 0 
2007 90EV0346  DV/RHY COLLABORATION ON THE PREVENTION OF ADOLESCENT DATING VIOLENCE 3 0 ACF 08-27-2007 521835864 $ 75,000 
Fiscal Year 2007 Total: $ 170,648
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2006 90EV0359  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 2 0 ACF 08-17-2006 173266040 $ 130,000 
2006 90EV0346  DV/RHY COLLABORATION ON THE PREVENTION OF ADOLESCENT DATING VIOLENCE 2 0 ACF 08-11-2006 521835864 $ 75,000 
Fiscal Year 2006 Total: $ 205,000
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2005 90EV0359  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 1 0 ACF 09-26-2005 173266040 $ 130,000 
2005 90EV0346  DV/RHY COLLABORATION ON THE PREVENTION OF ADOLESCENT DATING VIOLENCE 1 0 ACF 09-20-2005 521835864 $ 75,000 
Fiscal Year 2005 Total: $ 205,000
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2004 90EV0322  DOMESTIC VIOLENCE/RUNAWAY YOUTH COLLABORATION 1 0 ACF 09-28-2004 173266040 $ 75,000 
Fiscal Year 2004 Total:

I had been talking about “SPAN” (progressive group to stop domestic violence) in part because someone associated with it (Lisa Olcese) then formed (this past August 2012) a “Healthy Colorado Youth Alliance” (i.e.., she incorporated) at the same address as the longstanding (and DUNS-less) “Colorado Youth Matters” (which went through a variety of name changes from 1985-now).  SPAN didn’t have a DUNS# either, but the EIN# for it, as I say, DID get a CFDA# 93592 grant — but this grant doesn’t show up when you search on that CFDA#.

Now, I have a question, how can a “Safe House Denve, Inc.” be part of State Government/Welfare Department?  For the purpose of about $70K — (minus some taken off in 2012)– ??  But it was:

Recipient: SafeHouse Denver, Inc.
Address: 1649 Downing Street
DENVER, CO 80218
Country Name: United States of America
County Name: DENVER
HHS Region: 8
Type: Welfare Department
Class: State Government

AWARD ACTIONS

Showing: 1 – 2 of 2 Award Actions

FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2012 90EV0366  COMMUNITY AWARENESS & OUTREACH CAMPAIGN PROJECTS FOR THE PREVENTION OF FAMILY VIOLENCE 1 01 ACF 03-09-2012 140015541 $- 2,258 
Fiscal Year 2012 Total: $- 2,258
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2006 90EV0366  COMMUNITY AWARENESS & OUTREACH CAMPAIGN PROJECTS FOR THE PREVENTION OF FAMILY VI 1 0 ACF 09-21-2006 140015541 $ 73,050 
Fiscal Year 2006 Total: $ 73,050
Total of all award actions: $ 70,792

From state of Colorado: Notice the dates….

Found 2 matching record(s).  Viewing page 1 of 1.
# ID Number Document Number Name Click here to sort in ascending order. Event Status Form Formation Date
1 19871334059  19941109351 SAFEHOUSE DENVER, INC. Entity Name Change Good Standing DNC 10/13/1977
2 19941113855  19941113855 SAFEHOUSE DENVER, INC. Register a Trademark Expired TM/L0042 10/11/1994

This is a nonprofit!

19871334059
Name: SAFEHOUSE DENVER, INC.

Registered Agent: Victoria McVicker
Registered Agent Street Address: 1649 DOWNING STREET, DENVER, CO 80218, United States
Registered Agent Mailing Address:

Principal Street Address: 1649 DOWNING ST, DENVER , CO 80218, United States
Principal Mailing Address:

Status: Good Standing
Form: Nonprofit Corporation
Jurisdiction: Colorado
Formation Date: 10/13/1977
Term of Duration: Perpetual
Periodic Report Month: October

It changed is registered agent, a lot but probably started out as a regular, actual, shelter:

# Event Date Filed Date Posted EffectiveDate Click here to sort in ascending order. Document #
(click to view)
Comment
1 Articles of Incorporation 10/13/1977 10/13/1977 10/13/1977 12:00 AM 19871334059  SAFE-HOUSE FOR BATTERED WOMEN
2 Amendment 04/08/1981 04/08/1981 04/08/1981 12:00 AM 19871431459 CHANGE RORA
3 Amendment 12/10/1982 12/10/1982 12/10/1982 12:00 AM 19871500732  CHANGE RORA
4 Amendment 05/11/1983 05/11/1983 05/11/1983 12:00 AM 19871521605  CHANGE RORA
5 Amendment 10/01/1984 10/01/1984 10/01/1984 12:00 AM 19871589146 CHANGE RORA
6 Status Changed 09/30/1985 09/30/1985 09/30/1985 12:00 AM
7 Amendment 10/22/1987 10/22/1987 10/22/1987 12:00 AM 19871756699  CHANGE RORA
8 Amendment 01/27/1989 01/27/1989 01/27/1989 12:00 AM 19891005769  INCLUDING CHANGE OF RORA
9 Entity Name Change 01/27/1989 01/27/1989 01/27/1989 12:00 AM 19891005769  SAFE-HOUSE FOR BATTERED WOMEN

The DUNS associated with University of Minnesota/Oliver Williams, he is known for IDVAAC (i never get the acronym exactly right), a nonprofit based at the school of social work there, with a steering committee member (out of state) involved directly with Office of Grants Administration and Responsible Fatherhood Stuff.  That summary is by memory; you can look up the details.    This is a DV group aimed at reducing DV among AFrican Americans, and as this field now goes, has fatherhood grants elements involved.

This DUNS# associated with this DV grant then, shows multiple locations, including (WHY?) one in Indiana, and one entity in the Billions of grants received….

Recipient DUNS = 555917996

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Note: One EIN can be associated with several different organizations. Also, one DUNS number can be associated with multiple EINs. This occurs in cases where Dun and Bradstreet (D&B) has assigned more than one EIN to a recipient organization.

Recipient Name City State ZIP Code County DUNS Number Sum of Awards
PURDUE UNIVERSITY  WEST LAFAYETTE IN 47907 TIPPECANOE 555917996 $ 66,986
Regents of the University of Minnesota  MINNEAPOLIS MN 554552070 HENNEPIN 555917996 $ 850,000
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA  MINNEAPOLIS MN 55455 HENNEPIN 555917996 $ 1,071,779,983
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA AT DULUTH  DULUTH MN 55812 ST. LOUIS 555917996 $ 2,308,473
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, BOARD OF REGENTS  MINNEAPOLIS MN 55455 HENNEPIN 555917996 $ 11,392,066
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, HOSPITALS & CLINICS  MINNEAPOLIS MN 55455 HENNEPIN 555917996 $ 3,751,937
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY  MINNEAPOLIS MN 55455 HENNEPIN 555917996 $ 18,971,125
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, MEDICAL SCHOOL  MINNEAPOLIS MN 55455 HENNEPIN 555917996 $ 246,199,474
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, OFFICE OF STUDENT FINANCE AID  MINNEAPOLIS MN 55455 HENNEPIN 555917996 $ 554,209,494
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY  MINNEAPOLIS MN 55455 HENNEPIN 555917996 $ 21,225,783
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, SCHOOL OF NURSING  MINNEAPOLIS MN 55455 HENNEPIN 555917996 $ 17,182,989
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH  MINNEAPOLIS MN 55455 HENNEPIN 555917996 $ 180,889,993

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The one in AUSTIN (above), “National Council on Family Violence” being the largest of this round, is known for the “Domestic Violence Hotline” many of us (women) called thinking we might get some help.  It does referrals.  Some of us believe this is a way that our cases are identified to “throw” them (to the dogs) on the way into family law, i.e., the determination that there are children involved and this won’t really be prosecuted as criminal.  I do find it interesting the amount of money thrown into this (from the start) considering it’s basically a referral — why organize this at the national level, when they’re going to tell you to call 911 and contact a local shelter anyhow?  The grants get larger and larger each year (shown, selected yrs, in reverse chrono order).

With that level of funding, is it REALLy a private nonprofit, nongovernment entity?

(listed on “AARDVARC” which is:

aardvarc imageA.A.R.D.V.A.R.C.
An Abuse, Rape, and Domestic Violence Aid and Resource Collection

www.aardvarc.org/dv/states/txdv.shtml

Texas Council on Family Violence

8701 North Mopac Expressway, Suite 450 Austin, TX 78759 Phone: 512-794-1133 Fax: 512-794-1199

Recipient: National Council on Family Violence  (total grants on TAGGS: $45,753,717…so far)
Address: 8701 N MOPAC EXP, SUITE 450
AUSTIN, TX 78759
Country Name: United States of America
County Name: TRAVIS
HHS Region: 6
Type: Other Special Interest Organization
Class: Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2010 1001TXSDVC  2010 SDVC 1 1 ACF 03-12-2010 158403519 $ 245,381 
2010 90EV0407  NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE 1 0 ACF 09-22-2010 158403519 $ 3,209,000 
Fiscal Year 2010 Total: $ 3,454,381
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2009 0901TXSDVC  2009 SDVC 1 1 ACF 06-11-2009 158403519 $ 241,087 
2009 90EV0361  NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE 5 0 ACF 09-02-2009 158403519 $ 3,209,000 
Fiscal Year 2009 Total: $ 3,450,087
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2003 90EV0224  FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION SERVICES/NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE 4 0 ACF 07-13-2003 140271250 $ 2,562,237 
2003 0301TXSDVC  1 1 ACF 05-16-2003 140271250 $ 238,496 
Fiscal Year 2003 Total: $ 2,800,733
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2000 90EV0224  FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION SERVICES/NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE 1 0 ACF 09-15-2000 140271250 $ 1,956,688 
2000 0001TXSDVC  SDVC 2000 1 1 ACF 02-16-2000 140271250 $ 190,789 
Fiscal Year 2000 Total:
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
1997 90EV0052  FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND SERVICES/NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE 2 0 ACF 09-29-1996 140271250 $ 675,000 
1997 90EV0052  FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND SERVICES/NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE 3 0 ACF 07-17-1997 140271250 $ 1,200,000 
1997 90EV0082  FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION & SERVICES 1 1 ACF 10-22-1996 140271250 $- 35,000 
1997 90EV0115  FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION & SERVICES 1 0 ACF 03-20-1997 140271250 $ 35,000 
Fiscal Year 1997 Total: $ 1,875,000
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
1996 9601TXSDVC  1 2 ACF 01-01-1996 140271250 $ 47,170 
1996 90EV0052  FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND SERVICES/NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE 02 000 ACF 09-29-1996 140271250 $ 675,000 
1996 90EV0082  FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION & SERVICES 01 000 ACF 09-16-1996 140271250 $ 35,000 
1996 90EV0082  FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION & SERVICES 01 001 ACF 10-22-1996 140271250 $- 35,000 
Fiscal Year 1996 Total: $ 722,170
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
1995 90EV0052  FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND SERVICES/NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE 01 000 ACF 08-17-1995 140271250 $ 738,142 
1995 90EV0052  FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND SERVICES/NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE 01 001 ACF 09-05-1996 140271250 $ 125,000 
Fiscal Year 1995 Total: $ 863,142
Total of all award actions: $ 45,753,717

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There are two different EIN#s associated with the name “Texas Council on Domestic Violence”)

I encourage you (us) to look at this one — with most of the grants in 2009 being government grants ((over $2 million) and salaries, also, high.  Note that three officers are earning well over $100K for working — get this — 20 hours a week.  )

http://dynamodata.fdncenter.org/990_pdf_archive/061/061826451/061826451_201008_990.pdf

  • SHERYL CATES CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER ($181,738 + $5,564 from “other” — and half-time!)
  • DYANNE PURCELL CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (principal investigator on chart above) $122,120
  • GLORIA TERRY COALITION PRESIDENT $100,450.

(a 2008 return on different EIN# shows Cates & Purcell earning $186.7K (FT) and $126.3K (FT)

They are also operating $113K in the hole this year.  Perhaps a salary adjustment might be in order?  They spent $money on fundraising events and lost $24K on it also…

They gave (to other nonprofits) $101,300 collectively for:  “Economic Empowerment work (first 3) and “Summits.”  Note, two summits weren’t held in texas…To these groups:

(a) Name and address of organization or government

  • EL PASO COLLABORATIVE FOR COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 1359 LOMALAND 538 ELPASO,TX 79935
  • CENTER AGAINST FAMILY VOILENCE PO BOX 26219 EL PASO,TX 79926
  • SAHELIPO BOX 3665 AUSTIN,TX 78764
  • KENTUCKY DV ASSOCIATION PO BOX 356 FRANKFORT,KY 40602
  • NEW MEXICO COALITION AGAINST DV 201 COAL AVE SW ALBUQUERQUE,NM 87102
 (these are the EIN#s):

(b) EIN

  • 742796160
  • 741945924
  • 742675273
  • 611110432
  • 930792163
 And these are “related tax-exempt organizations,” obvious ones:

NATIONAL COUNCIL ON FAMILY VIOLENCE PO BOX 161810

AUSTIN, TX 78716 (EIN#) 75-1658287

NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE FOUNDATION PO BOX 161810

AUSTIN, TX 78716 (EIN#) 74-2848462

(b) Primary activity

(first) MAINTAIN SHELTER AND RELATED SERVICES FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

(second) PROVIDE CRISIS INTERVENTION TO VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND FAMILIES

THIS EIN only has two years showing:

ORGANIZATION NAME

STATE

YEAR

TOTAL ASSETS

FORM

PAGES

EIN

Texas Council on Family Violence TX 2010 $443,535 990 44 06-1826451
Texas Council on Family Violence TX 2009 $444,385 990 35 06-1826451

And another one (which comes up under the same name-search on the 990finder site) — a bit odd labeling?

ORGANIZATION NAME

STATE

YEAR

TOTAL ASSETS

FORM

PAGES

EIN

Hope for Children Foundation TX 2003 $3,724,543 990 15 75-1658287
National Council on Family Violence TX 2010 $7,892,552 990 38 75-1658287
National Council on Family Violence TX 2009 $7,883,641 990 34 75-1658287
Texas Council On Family Violence TX 2006 $10,783,585 990 24 75-1658287
Texas Council On Family Violence TX 2005 $10,216,000 990 27 75-1658287
Texas Council On Family Violence TX 2004 $2,645,399 990 19 75-1658287
Texas Council On Family Violence TX 2003 $2,084,581 990 15 75-1658287
Texas Council On Family Violence TX 2002 $1,477,186 990 15 75-1658287
Texas Council on Family Violence TX 2008 $9,821,297 990 30 75-1658287
Texas Council on Family Violence TX 2007 $11,739,289 990 29 75-1658287

(other board members of this — nonprofit?) — you should see the prices:   $50-75/hour; not bad; then it gets into the training & per diem fees.  I note there’s an attorney on the group also.  QUESTION:  Colorado Youth Matter was already a nonprofit (or for-profit if you believe “TAGGS”) on a certain street address.    So why form the alliance at the same street address?  Smith graduate needs ongoing income?  HOW did, for example, this group here (SPAN) help Jessica Gonzales Lenahan — with her family court domestic violence order, when police wouldn’t enforce, and her three kids ended up dead in the back of a pickup truck?  And why shouldn’t Colorado Youth Matter (incorporated by a different person,) have to get in line, and get a DUNS# for doing business with the HHS?)

Lisa Olcese (white) began her work with SPAN as the Volunteer Coordinator in 1994 and was hired as the Training and Community Education Director in 1999. Lisa earned her B.A. from Smith College in 1989. She trains a wide variety of audiences on domestic violence group process communication and social activism and consults with various nonprofit agencies and organizations both locally and nationally. Lisa is a certified coach and Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming and uses these skills in advocacy training and management.

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HEKTOEN INSTITUTE (CHICAGO) — was a new one on me.   They are getting multiple “EV” (DV-type prevention/discretionary, research-type awards…)
Under different DUNS# and Street addresses.  One of them relates to the First National Bank of Chicago (“excuse me”???)
90EV0349
Award Title: NT’L TRAINING & TECH. ASSIST. CENTER ON D.V. TRAUMA AND MENTAL HEALTH 
OPDIV: ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES (ACF)
Organization: FAMILY AND YOUTH SERVICES BUREAU (FYSB)
Award Class: DISCRETIONARY
 One award, two addresses, two recipients:
This award actually has a descriptive abstract:
Title Nt’l Training & Tech. Assist. Center on D.V. Trauma and Mental Health 
Project Start/End  /
Abstract The goal is to provide the infrastructure and resources that will enable domestic violence and mental health agenices to be able to work more effectively with survivors and children who are dealing with both domestic violence and mental health issues. The project has three major objectives. 1) Promote dialogue and build consensus within the national domestic violence community about how to best address the mental health needs of domestic violence survivors and their children and how to respond most effectively to the traumatic effects of domestic vioelnce and lifetime abuse. 2) Enhance the capacity of domestic violence programs to service women and children who have trauma/mental health needs in a trauma sensitive, culturally competent manner through training, technical assistance and the dissemination of training materials and practice guidelines. 3) Influence policy – generate recommendations, identify priorities and develop strategies to help build the research and resource base neccessary to support effective strategies for meeting the trauma and mental health related needs of domestic violence survivors and their children.
PI Name/Title Carole Warshaw  NONE
Institution
Department NONE
FY Recipient City State CFDA Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date Amount This Action
2006 HEKTOEN INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH  CHICAGO IL 93592 2 0 ACF 08-29-2006 $ 399,991 
Fiscal Year 2006 Total: $ 399,991
FY Recipient City State CFDA Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date Amount This Action
2005 HEKTOEN INST FOR MED RESCH (1ST NAT’L BANK OF CHICAGO)  CHICAGO IL 93592 1 0 ACF 09-27-2005 $ 399,991 
Fiscal Year 2005 Total: $ 399,991
Total of all award actions: $ 1,184,652
or, another one (from same institute):
Award Number: 90EV0417
Award Title: FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND SERVICES
OPDIV: ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES (ACF)
Organization: FAMILY AND YOUTH SERVICES BUREAU (FYSB)
Award Class: DISCRETIONARY

Award Abstract

Showing: 1 – 2 of 2 Award Actions

FY Recipient City State CFDA Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date Amount This Action
2012 HEKTOEN INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH  CHICAGO IL 93592 2 00 ACF 07-24-2012 $ 1,100,000 
Fiscal Year 2012 Total: $ 1,100,000
FY Recipient City State CFDA Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date Amount This Action
2011 HEKTOEN INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH  CHICAGO IL 93592 1 0 ACF 09-17-2011 $ 1,100,000 
Fiscal Year 2011 Total: $ 1,100,000
Total of all award actions: $ 2,200,000
or yet another (all three under the same Carole Warshaw, M.D. Exec. Dir / Investigator):
Award Number: 90EV0400
Award Title: FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND SERVICES PROGRAM
OPDIV: ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES (ACF)
Organization: FAMILY AND YOUTH SERVICES BUREAU (FYSB)
Award Class: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Award Abstract

Showing: 1 – 4 of 4 Award Actions

FY Recipient City State CFDA Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date Amount This Action
2010 HEKTOEN INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH  CHICAGO IL 93592 3 0 ACF 08-18-2010 $ 400,000 
Fiscal Year 2010 Total: $ 400,000
FY Recipient City State CFDA Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date Amount This Action
2009 HEKTOEN INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH  CHICAGO IL 93592 2 0 ACF 07-14-2009 $ 400,000 
2009 HEKTOEN INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH  CHICAGO IL 93592 2 1 ACF 09-17-2009 $ 50,000 
Fiscal Year 2009 Total: $ 450,000
FY Recipient City State CFDA Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date Amount This Action
2008 HEKTOEN INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH  CHICAGO IL 93592 1 0 ACF 09-29-2008 $ 400,000 
Fiscal Year 2008 Total: $ 400,000
Total of all award actions: $ 1,250,000
This is a Medical Institute in Chicago.  I’m glad people are researching the results of DV and trauma upon (us), but what about stopping it?
Welcome

Founded in 1943, we are one of the largest medical nonprofit organizations in Chicago. We promote and support research and education, and assist investigators and organizations in identifying funding sources, writing and applying for grants, and the overall administration of the award, including accounting, reporting, and personnel management.

Sounds like an established and reputable organization (research, etc.) under Funders, here are the Corporate Funders:
Corporations
Abbott Laboratories
AstraZeneca LP
Aventis Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Eli Lilly Company
Gilead Sciences, Inc.
GlaxoSmithKline
Harris Bank Trust Acct
Integrated Therapeutics Group INC
Merck Research Laboratories
Millennium Pharmaceutical
NSABP Foundation, Inc.
Paragon Biomedical
Pfizer Inc.
PPD Development, LP
Public Health Institute of Metropolitan Chicago
Sanofi Aventis
Takeda Global Research & Development Center, INC
Takeda Pharmaceuticals
TKC Integration Service, LLC
Tibotec Therapeutics
Vestar, Inc.

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JUVENILE AND FAMILY COURT JUDGES

In the CFDA 93592 (above) search — I fail to see why this group (FYI, who wasn’t named right in taggs, either) should be getting $2.2 million as late as 2011 & 2012 on Violence Prevention:

Award Number = 90EV0415

Showing: 1 – 2 of 2 Award Actions

Recipient: NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JUVENILE COURT JUDGES
Recipient ZIP Code: 89507-8970

FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support CFDA Number Agency Action Issue Date Amount This Action
2012 90EV0415 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND SERVICES 2 93.592 ACF 07-24-2012   $ 1,100,000 
2011 90EV0415 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND SERVICES 1 93.592 ACF 09-17-2011   $ 1,100,000 
Award Actions Count: 2 Award Actions Subtotal: $ 2,200,000
Page Award Actions Count: 2 Award Actions Amount for this Page: $ 2,200,000
Total of 2 Award Actions for 1 Awards Total Amount for all Award Actions: $ 2,200,000

  The full name of this group, I believe, is the National Council of FAMILY and Juvenile Court Judges — and it’s the family court judges who are screwing (figuratively speaking) some of us who thought that this type of violence (assault, battery, stalking, terroristic threats, kidnapping, false imprisonment, extortion of

Recipient Name City State ZIP Code County DUNS Number Sum of Awards
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JUVENILE COURT JUDGES  RENO NV 89507-8970 WASHOE 081275067 $ 18,134,228

finances from one partner) was actually criminal behavior.   It would be much better, in reducing “family violence” to establish a clear deterrent for it, and cut the crap on the psychoeducational classes and therapeutic diversions to nonprofits conceived, founded and run specifically by people probably members of this organization — i.e., family court judges and attorneys (plus mediators!)…

If you click on this group’s link (above) you’ll see (as I already knew) they are one of the “Special Resource Centers” identifiable in part by the name of the grants, and in part by the exact amount given to other groups (and out of bounds with other type violence prevention funding from HHS) — I’m talking the $1,178,812.  If TAGGS would let me search on this, I could probably show it easily going to MPDI, FVPF and a few others (four total?) during the same years:

FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2006 90EV0378  FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM 1 0 ACF 09-20-2006 081275067 $ 1,178,812 
2006 90FI0082  2005 SIP GRANT 2 0 ACF 08-29-2006 081275067 $ 37,500 
Fiscal Year 2006 Total: $ 1,216,312
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2005 90EV0250  FAMILY VIOLENCE/NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER 5 0 ACF 08-31-2005 081275067 $ 1,125,690 
2005 90FI0082  2005 SIP GRANT 1 0 ACF 08-19-2005 081275067 $ 150,000 
Fiscal Year 2005 Total: $ 1,275,690

Here is one sorting of their HHS grants, showing under which offices (of HHS) they are taking money.  Please notice, the OCSE is one of them!!! (Office of Child Support Enforcement!).  For those who dont know, Susan B. Carbon (now over at OVAW and helping dispense DOJ grants, VAWA type grants) — used to be President of this group; before (or during) that time she was a Family Court Judge in I think it was New Hampshire.  Family & Criminal Courts I used to think were more separate, but sometimes they intersect.  Which is a shame, because some families commit crimes against each other’s members…

Program Office Award Number Award Title Action Issue Date CFDA Number Award Activity Type Principal Investigator Sum of Actions
CB  90CA1627 CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT DISCRETIONARY PROJECTS  09/30/1997  93670  TRAINING/TRAINEESHIP  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 38,183 
CB  90XA0003 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & CHILD MALTREATMENT. A STRATEGY FOR SOCIAL CHANGE  09/18/1998  93670  OTHER  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 100,000 
CB  90XA0003 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & CHILD MALTREATMENT. A STRATEGY FOR SOCIAL CHANGE  08/18/1999  93670  OTHER  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 99,703 
CB  90XA0003 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & CHILD MALTREATMENT. A STRATEGY FOR SOCIAL CHANGE  05/04/2000  93670  OTHER  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 70,071 
CB  90XA0003 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & CHILD MALTREATMENT. A STRATEGY FOR SOCIAL CHANGE  09/13/2000  93670  OTHER  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 29,950 
FYSB  90EV0250 FAMILY VIOLENCE/NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER  08/04/2004  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 1,125,690 
FYSB  90EV0250 FAMILY VIOLENCE/NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER  08/31/2005  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 1,125,690 
FYSB  90EV0378 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM  09/20/2006  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  SUSAN DANSIE  $ 1,178,812 
FYSB  90EV0378 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM  08/10/2007  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  SUSAN DANSIE  $ 1,178,812 
FYSB  90EV0378 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM  08/05/2008  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  MAUREEN SHEERAN  $ 1,178,812 
FYSB  90EV0378 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM  09/02/2009  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  MAUREEN SHEERAN  $ 1,178,812 
FYSB  90EV0378 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM  07/20/2010  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  MAUREEN SHEERAN  $ 1,178,812 
FYSB  90EV0415 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND SERVICES  09/17/2011  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  Maureen Sheeran  $ 1,100,000 
FYSB  90EV0415 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND SERVICES  07/24/2012  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  MAUREEN SHEERAN  $ 1,100,000 
OCS  90EV0014 P.A. FV-03-93 – CHILD PROTECTION AND CUSTODY SIRC  09/13/1995  93671  SOCIAL SERVICES  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 240,079 
OCS  90EV0014 P.A. FV-03-93 – CHILD PROTECTION AND CUSTODY SIRC  03/18/1997  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 0 
OCS  90EV0014 P.A. FV-03-93 – CHILD PROTECTION AND CUSTODY SIRC  03/18/1997  93671  SOCIAL SERVICES  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 0 
OCS  90EV0106 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION & SERVICES – SPECIAL ISSUE RESOURCE CENTER  09/23/1996  93671  SOCIAL SERVICES  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 471,215 
OCS  90EV0106 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION & SERVICES – SPECIAL ISSUE RESOURCE CENTER  07/28/1997  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 700,000 
OCS  90EV0106 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION & SERVICES – SPECIAL ISSUE RESOURCE CENTER  09/19/1998  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 778,517 
OCS  90EV0106 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION & SERVICES – SPECIAL ISSUE RESOURCE CENTER  08/19/1999  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 798,517 
OCS  90EV0106 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION & SERVICES – SPECIAL ISSUE RESOURCE CENTER  06/21/2000  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 39,983 
OCS  90EV0106 FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION & SERVICES – SPECIAL ISSUE RESOURCE CENTER  09/15/2000  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 904,359 
OCS  90EV0250 FAMILY VIOLENCE/NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER  09/18/2001  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 1,058,359 
OCS  90EV0250 FAMILY VIOLENCE/NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER  08/31/2002  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 1,113,797 
OCS  90EV0250 FAMILY VIOLENCE/NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER  06/06/2003  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 0 
OCS  90EV0250 FAMILY VIOLENCE/NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER  08/21/2003  93592  SOCIAL SERVICES  MEREDITH HOFFORD  $ 1,133,238 
OCSE  90FI0012 JUDICIAL TRANING PROJECT  09/07/1999  93601  DEMONSTRATION  JOY ASHTON  $ 36,125 
OCSE  90FI0012 JUDICIAL TRANING PROJECT  03/20/2001  93601  DEMONSTRATION  JOY ASHTON  $- 9,605 
OCSE  90FI0082 2005 SIP GRANT  08/19/2005  93601  DEMONSTRATION  JOY D ASHTON  $ 150,000 
OCSE  90FI0082 2005 SIP GRANT  08/29/2006  93601  DEMONSTRATION  JOY D ASHTON  $ 37,500 
OCSE  90FI0082 2005 SIP GRANT  10/01/2007  93601  DEMONSTRATION  JOY LYNGAR  $ 0 
OCSE  90FI0082 2005 SIP GRANT  03/31/2010  93601  DEMONSTRATION  JOY LYNGAR  $- 1,203 
Results 1 to 33 of 33 matches.

The grants show — generally speaking — what types of things they are getting help for, and what HHS is interested in . .

There IS no group by this name at least in Nevada!

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This is the correct name (notice there’s the nonprofit, and then the “fund, inc.”

The top one was formed in 1975 and shows about 24 changes (of registered agent, etc.) from then forward. The bottom one, see label, appears to have been formed in 1989….

The latter one, you might want to know who its board is showing up as (same head as of the top one): Some duplicates below are because I checked “include inactive officers” — so the word “Historical” or “Active” pertains. But look who the owners of this nonprofit fund are, below:

 Officers Include Inactive Officers
 Secretary – MARI KAY BICKETT
Address 1:  1041 N. VIRGINIA STREET Address 2:  3RD FLOOR
City:  RENO State:  NV
Zip Code:  89557 Country:  USA
Status:  Historical Email:
 Treasurer – MARI KAY BICKETT
Address 1:  1041 N. VIRGINIA STREET Address 2:  3RD FLOOR
City:  RENO State:  NV
Zip Code:  89557 Country:  USA
Status:  Historical Email:
 Secretary – MARI KAY BICKETT
Address 1:  1041 N. VIRGINIA STREET Address 2:  3RD FLOOR
City:  RENO State:  NV
Zip Code:  89557 Country:  USA
Status:  Active Email:
 Treasurer – MARI KAY BICKETT
Address 1:  1041 N. VIRGINIA STREET Address 2:  3RD FLOOR
City:  RENO State:  NV
Zip Code:  89557 Country:  USA
Status:  Active Email:
 Director – KIM B CLARK
Address 1:  COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Address 2:  5077 FAMILY LAW CENTER, 440 ROSS STREET
City:  PITTSBURGH State:  PA
Zip Code:  15219 Country:  USA
Status:  Historical Email:
 Director – KIM B CLARK
Address 1:  COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Address 2:  5077 FAMILY LAW CENTER, 440 ROSS STREET
City:  PITTSBURGH State:  PA
Zip Code:  15219 Country:  USA
Status:  Active Email:
 President – PATRICIA M MARTIN
Address 1:  JUVENILE COURT OF COOK COUNTY, CHILD PROT DIV Address 2:  2245 W. OGDEN, #8004
City:  CHICAGO State:  IL
Zip Code:  60612 Country:  USA
Status:  Historical Email:
 Director – MICHAEL NASH
Address 1:  LOS ANGELES SUPERIOR CT, JUV DIV Address 2:  201 CENTRE PLAZA DRIVE, SUITE 3
City:  MONTEREY PARK State:  CA
Zip Code:  91754 Country:  USA
Status:  Historical Email:
 President – MICHAEL NASH
Address 1:  LOS ANGELES SUPERIOR CT, JUV DIV Address 2:  201 CENTRE PLAZA DRIVE, SUITE 3
City:  MONTEREY PARK State:  CA
Zip Code:  91754 Country:  USA
Status:  Active Email:
 Director – DAVID E STUCKI
Address 1:  609 N. WABASH Address 2:
City:  BREWSTER State:  OH
Zip Code:  44613 Country:  USA
Status:  Active Email:
 Actions\Amendments
Click here to view 23 actions\amendments associated with this company

So, again, why couldn’t TAGGS.hhs.gov get the name of this group straight?

I went to IRS, searched “RENO” and these had the word “juvenile” in them:

36-2486896 National Council of Juvenile & Family Court Judges Reno NV United States PC
94-3109663 National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Fund Inc. Reno NV United States SOUNK
94-2427596 National Judicial College Reno NV United States PC
36-6142750 National Juvenile Court Foundation Inc. Reno NV United States SOUNK

“SOUNK” means”supporting organization, unspecified type” (i guess UNK means “Unknown”)

Here’s for the top group (the one that got the HHS $18 million also)– out of year order only because of how Foundation Center named them, I guess:

ORGANIZATION NAME

STATE

YEAR

TOTAL ASSETS

FORM

PAGES

EIN

National Council of Juvenile and Family NV 2003 $2,878,458 990 25 36-2486896
National Council of Juvenile and Family NV 2002 $3,724,167 990 25 36-2486896
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judge NV 2005 $3,020,565 990 24 36-2486896
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges NV 2010 $3,029,066 990 43 36-2486896
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges NV 2009 $2,742,133 990 40 36-2486896
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges NV 2008 $3,329,058 990 52 36-2486896
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges NV 2007 $3,530,962 990 50 36-2486896
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges NV 2004 $2,322,334 990 25 36-2486896
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Inc. NV 2006 $4,085,626 990 30 36-2486896

Organization Purpose (per the 2010 one (where’s 2011?) with Mary Kay Bickett:

Brieflydescribetheorganization’smissionormostsignificantactivities Charitable and Educational purposes include a) improving the standards, practices, and effectiveness of courts exercising jurisdiction over families and children, b)informing or assisting those who deal with or affect these courts, c) educating persons connected with these courts and other interested members of the public in developments and principles relating to such courts, d) engaging educational and research activities in furtherance of the foregoing objectives

$11 million contributions (gov’t not noted separately on front page), salaries, ALMOST $8 million … Interesting… Program Service Revenue, ca. $2.2 million (up $600K from last year) …$15K investment revenue (must be nice), “$29K Other revenue” (see Part VIII Column A, lines 5, 6d, 8c, 9c,10c, & 11e of the return)

EXPENSE:  Other expenses (Part IX, column (A), lines 11a-11d, 11f-24f) – $5.5 million, leaving net of less than $1million.  It must be nice to be able to write off that much income, and have assets at the end of the day…  

Program Accomplishments (costs, $10 million).

CrimeControl&PreventionPrograms TheNationalCouncilofJuvenileandFamilyCourtJudgesisorganizedtopromoteactivitiesdesignedtoimprovejuvenileand family court and system practice in handling cases involving children and their families NCJFCJ seeks to improve the standards, practices, and effectiveness of the nation’sjuvenileandfamilycourtswhileacknowledgingandupholdingvictimsrights,thesafetyoffamilymembers,andthesafetyofthecommunity NCJFCJ engages in policy development in the field of juvenile and family justice and provides continuing education, technical assistance, research and evaluation resources to judges, courts, and other professionals in jurisdictions and communities nationwide Educational training sessions are provided on local, state, regional, and national levels, for multi-disciplinary participants from across the country, as well as, foreign countries The headquarters office of the NCJFCJ is located on the University of Nevada, Reno campus and the National Center for Juvenile Justice is located in Pittsburgh, PA The NCJFCJ provided training to 11,789 judges and justice professionals through 124 training programs

Independent Contractors include San Francisco’s FVPF (for $105K) which itself is a major HHS grantee and considered at special resource center, like this group…

  • D Alan Henry 456 33rd Street Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
  • Board of Regents – UNR University of Nevada Reno Reno, NV 89557
  • University of Pittsburgh PO Box 371220 Pittsburgh,PA 152517220
  • Gene Siegel 5530 N Camino Arenosa Tuscon,AZ 85718
  • Family Violence Prevention Fund 383 Rhode Island Street Suite 304 SanFrancisco,CA 941035133

D Alan Henry is associated with the MacArthur “Models for Change” organization, dealing with Pre-Trial (diversions, etc.)  They key word being “MacArthur Foundation.” This ‘MODELS For CHANGE” takes a state at a time (seriously) and forces change (or attempts to).  I first heard of them in washington, the are active also in Pennsylvania, including with an organization that eventually (but only after parents repeatedly brought it to their attention) discovered the “KIDS FOR CASH” scandal in Luzerne County.

Gene Siegel of Tucson, is a Consultant (or was in 2007) for a site listed under Arizona Government, as in:   “GOCYF.AZ.GOV” a rather disturbing collection of individuals working together on matters of sex crimes against children, i.e., a Maricopa County Family Court Judge, representative from “DES” (which in AZ — Dept. of Economic Security — whatever that is — administers, I believe, Child Support, or at least the Access/visitation grants; parenting groups, someone from the grants on the DCYF, and etc. alongside (see link):

  • STAFF/GRANT ADMINISTRATOR Christy Alonzo Governor’s Office for Children, Youth and Families1700 West Washington, Suite 101 Phoenix, AZ 85007 (602) 364-2247 fax: (602) 542-5522 calonzo@az.gov
  • CONSULTANT: Gene C. Siegel, GCS Consultants 4525 E. Skyline Drive, Suite 101 Tucson, AZ 85718 (520) 444-1883 fax (520) 320-7746 Gsiegel95@aol.com

In attempting to look GCS Consultants up at starpas.azcc.gov (search for corps in AZ), there were so many “GCS” I looked by Officer name, and found one in existence for about 3 years in the 1990s

File Number: -0244631-7
Corporation Name: JUVENILE JUSTICE WATCH
Type of Business:

it’s a nonprofit.  Mr. Siegel (this one, anyhow) became President on 8/21/1992 and resigned in 1996.

Some association with CAC’s (Children’s Advocacy Centers) — see last post segment about the (Alabama based) National CAC (which led to this post when I discovered un-DUNS’d $$ going to it!)

More about Advocacy Centers

“This study involved a comparative analysis of child abuse investigations conducted in the Mesa area before and after the opening of the Center Against Family Violence (CAFV).” Cases included serious physical and sexual abuse cases investigated by the Mesa Police Department and/or Arizona’s Child Protective Services during 1995 – 1998. Findings indicate positive effects of the CAFV and resulting benefits to child victims.

  • D. Alan Henry, Coordinator Models for Change MacArthur Foundation Manhattan beach, CA dah@pretrial.org

This conference list (see link) shows the extent and reach of “pretrial.org” meaning (see above, “Models for Change).  The list of registered people for this 2011 (Washington, D.C) SYMPOSIUM on PreTrial programs is three columns and 7 pages long, and contains judges, counsels to senators– I suggest it be looked through!

This group, a NONPROFIT, was actually funded by the US DOJ (starting mid-1970s) at the request of a private association of “pretrial service agencies.”

Welcome to the Pretrial Justice Institute, the nation’s only nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring informed pretrial decision making for safe communities.
The Pretrial Justice Institute created this practice-based, informational resource for practitioners, policymakers, advocates and others interested in improving pretrial justice. Featured are materials that have been generated from jurisdictions across the country in the course of their bail reform endeavors to reduce inappropriate detention, optimize diversion
from prosecution, and maintain community safety.
If you are unable to locate specific information on this site, you may submit questions to the Help Desk.

The Pretrial Justice Institute History  (that actually links to the Board of Trustees, incl. 2 DC judges, some Harvard Law Grads, financial consultant, law profs, etc.  Two of the Nine on the Board are women…

In 1976, the U.S. Department of Justice funded the establishment of the Pretrial Services Resource Center, now called the Pretrial Justice Institute, in response to a request from The National Association of Pretrial Service Agencies (NAPSA) Board of Directors. In a 1975 survey by the National Center for State Courts,** 91 percent of pretrial program directors expressed a need for further training and technical assistance for themselves and their staffs Spurred by this finding, the NAPSA directors submitted a proposal to the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration for the funding of an entity that could provide such assistance. The proposal was funded and the Pretrial Justice Institute was incorporated on December 2, 1976, opening our doors on March 1, 1977.

The 1970s were a very busy decade for these things, it seems….  NCJFCJ was formed in 1975.  I should write it up some time….

**The NCSC (I’ve blogged — or posted in forums, forget which!  we should know about it!):

NCSC | National Center for State Courts

300 Newport Avenue, Williamsburg VA 23185

You tell me why its Board of Directors, in addition to “administrative office of the courts” directors (multi-state), judges, and quite a few law firms, should also give a seat on the structure and resources of the courts to representatives from:  EXXON, JOHNSON & JOHNSON, and PEPISCO.  (Just asking!)…

HISTORY

At the First National Conference of the Judiciary, held in Williamsburg, Virginia, in 1971, Chief Justice Warren Burger called for the creation of a central resource for the state courts—a “national center for state courts.” TheNational Center for State Courts began operations that same year at the headquarters of the Federal Judicial Center in Washington, D.C., before moving to its permanent headquarters in Williamsburg in 1978.

“Working with courts in other countries to improve the rule of law worldwide”

<> <> <> <> <>

NAPSA is now (i just found out) 40 years old.  more WDC Conferences.  Why this is important:

Incorporated in 1973 in the District of Columbia as a not-for-profit corporation, the goals of the Association are expressed succinctly in Article II of its Articles of Incorporation

NAPSA's 40th Conference and Training Institute in 2012

This is about who does, or doesn’t, jail (us), and how..  Get it?  Bail, pre-trial release etc…. And nonprofit organizations are setting precedent and telling the USDOJ (or highly recommending) what to fund, such as the Pretrial.org site relates…  

NAPSA’s 40th Annual Conference and Training Institute took place in Washington, DC from August 19-22, 2012. This conference marked the 40th anniversary of NAPSA and the 30th anniversary of US Pretrial Services. Due to this special occasion there were multiple featured speakers including:

more taggs “000000000” DUNS# listings 

 CT ST DEPT OF HUMAN RESOURCES, ST REFUGEE COORDINATION  HARTFORD CT 06105 HARTFORD 000000000 $ 409,310,684
CORDELL HULL ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY CORPORATION  LAFAYETTE TN 37083 MACON 000000000 $ 20,654,923

In WDC:

DC DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, COMM OF PUBLIC HEALTH  WASHINGTON DC 20008 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 000000000 $ 7,514,419
DC OFFICE OF GRANTS MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT  WASHINGTON DC 20001 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 000000000 $ 2,234,734
DC TRUST FUND BOARD  WASHINGTON DC 20036 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 000000000 $ 2,629,839
FAMILY CENTRAL, INC.  NORTH LAUDERDALE FL 33068 BROWARD 000000000 $ 988,825
FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC ** PARKERSBURG WV 26101 WOOD 000000000 $ 28,364,126

** a name search “Family Development, Inc” pulled up many groups — not this one.   Perhaps because I included the period?    However this one is getting head start grants since 1995 through 2006, and in 2009, they adjusted it down, slightly:  No DUNS???  All of this is one, single award, too:

Award Number: 03CH2671
Award Title: HEAD START
OPDIV: ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES (ACF)
Organization: HEAD START BUREAU (HSB)
Award Class: DISCRETIONARY

Award Abstract

Title HEAD START 
Project Start/End  /
Abstract HEAD START
PI Name/Title Carl Mace  President, Board of Directors
Institution
Department NONE

Showing: 1 – 36 of 36 Award Actions

Recipient: FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC
Address: 925 24TH STREET
PARKERSBURG, WV 26101
Country Name: United States of America
County Name: WOOD
HHS Region: 3
Type: Other Social Services Organization
Class: Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations

AWARD ACTIONS

Showing: 1 – 36 of 36 Award Actions

FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2009 03CH2671  HEAD START 36 12 ACF 04-20-2009 000000000 $- 199,793 
2009 03CH2671  HEAD START 36 13 ACF 05-18-2009 000000000 $ 91,000 
Fiscal Year 2009 Total: $- 108,793
FY Award Number Award Title Budget Year of Support Award Code Agency Action Issue Date DUNS Number Amount This Action
2005 03CH2671  HEAD START 36 4 ACF 10-18-2004 000000000 $ 1,686,427 
Fiscal Year 2005 Total: $ 1,686,427
Total of all award actions: $ 28,364,126

Showing: 1 – 36 of 36 Award Actions

 (here are several of them)…
Fiscal Year Grantee Name Award Number Award Title Budget Year CFDA Number Award Class Principal Investigator DUNS Number Sum of Actions
2009 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC 03CH2671 HEAD START 36 93600 DISCRETIONARY CARL MACE 000000000 $- 108,793
2005 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC 03CH2671 HEAD START 36 93600 DISCRETIONARY GLENN JONES 000000000 $ 1,686,427
2004 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC 03CH2671 HEAD START 35 93600 DISCRETIONARY GLENN JONES 000000000 $ 1,761,870
2004 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC 03CH2671 HEAD START 36 93600 DISCRETIONARY GLENN JONES 000000000 $ 1,746,215
2003 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC 03CH2671 HEAD START 34 93600 DISCRETIONARY GLENN JONES 000000000 $ 1,897,094
2003 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC 03CH2671 HEAD START 35 93600 DISCRETIONARY GLENN JONES 000000000 $ 1,704,459
2002 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC 03CH2671 HEAD START 33 93600 DISCRETIONARY GLENN JONES 000000000 $ 2,036,556
2002 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC 03CH2671 HEAD START 34 93600 DISCRETIONARY GLENN JONES 000000000 $ 1,514,481
2001 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC 03CH2671 HEAD START 32 93600 DISCRETIONARY GLENN JONES 000000000 $ 1,819,130
2001 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC 03CH2671 HEAD START 33 93600 DISCRETIONARY GLENN JONES 000000000 $ 1,230,836
2000 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC 03CH2671 HEAD START 32 93600 DISCRETIONARY GLENN JONES 000000000 $ 951,327
1999 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC 03CH2671 HEAD START 31 93600 DISCRETIONARY GLENN JONES 000000000 $ 2,591,789
Fiscal Year OPDIV Grantee Name State Award Number Award Title Budget Year Award Class Principal Investigator DUNS Number Sum of Actions
1997 ACF FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC WV 03CH2671 HEAD START 29 DISCRETIONARY GLENN JONES 000000000 $ 2,419,018
1996 ACF FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC WV 03CH2671 HEAD START 28 DISCRETIONARY CAROLINE LEE LAUDERMAN, PROG. DIRECTOR 000000000 $ 2,291,374
1995 ACF FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC WV 03CH2671 HEAD START 27 DISCRETIONARY CAROLINE LEE LAUDERMAN, PROG. DIRECTOR 000000000 $ 2,300,903
board of directors does include glenn jones and Carl Mace, and a Rev. Treasurer.  It was an S-Corp, and dissolved voluntarily in 2008 (this is from WVa Secretary of State).
REV. ARTHUR BENNETT
903 CHARLES ST
PARKERSBURG, WV, 26101
USA

(address says “Good Shepherd Head Start” but Family Devpt Inc. 925 w. 24th street…)

Organization Name Org Id Org Type Effective Date Termination Date Termination Reason Charter Class
FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC. 9848 C 6/16/1982 2/12/2008 Voluntary Dissolution (Domestic) Domestic Non-Profit
Organization Name Org Id Org Type Effective Date Termination Date Termination Reason Charter Class

Looks like it filed at least a few times under this name as a nonprofit:

Family Development Inc. WV 2005 $41,207 990 16 55-0620889
Family Development Inc. WV 2005 $223,320 990 14 55-0620889
Family Development Inc. WV 2004 $33,755 990 15 55-0620889
Family Development Inc. WV 2003 $24,289 990 12 55-0620889

I looked at the 2005 tax return above (just to confirm, this is the same EIN# attached to the TAGGS group, above).  TAGGS said it got, for this year,

2005 FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, INC 03CH2671 HEAD START 36 93600 DISCRETIONARY GLENN JONES 000000000 $ 1,686,427

but the tax return above says it got only $104,028 (page 1 of return).  however, on Schedule  A (Part IV) it’s showing ca. $4 million of grants each year for previous years….  All the officers and key employees are listed as spending 0 hr/week at the job and being paid 0.  Books are in the care of “Carl Mace.”  Unbelievable!

 

 Recipient Name City State ZIP Code County DUNS Number Sum of Awards
ACCESS TO JUSTICE FOUNDATION, INC.  LEXINGTON KY 40508 FAYETTE 000000000 $ 677,228
ADDIS ABABA CITY COUNCIL HIV/AIDS  ADDIS ABABA 000000000 $ 7,444,777
AGING 2000  WARWICK RI 02889 KENT 000000000 $ 1,441,865
AGUACULTURE COOPERATIVE OF AMERICAN SAMOA  PAGO PAGO AS 96799 000000000 $ 65,000
AIDS IN MINORITIES, JEFFERSON COUNTY  BIRMINGHAM AL 35201 JEFFERSON 000000000 $ 2,522,798
AL ST OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL, MEDICAID FRAUD CONTRL  MONTGOMERY AL 36130 MONTGOMERY 000000000 $ 509,943
ALASKA FEDERATION OF NATIVES  ANCHORAGE AK 99501 ANCHORAGE 000000000 $ 3,244,798
ALASKA SUPREME COURT  ANCHORAGE AK 99501 ANCHORAGE 000000000 $ 2,422,706
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF BLOOD BANKS  CHICAGO IL 60602 COOK 000000000 $ 18,282,080
AMERICUS & SUMTER COUNTY HOSPITAL AUTHORITY  AMERICUS GA 31709 SUMTER 000000000 $ 541,324
ANADER  Abidjan 000000000 $ 9,793,151
AOBAB HEALTH TRUST  Lilongwe 000000000 $ 4,825,000
AS DEPARTMENT OF MANPOWER RESOURCES  PAGO PAGO AS 96799 000000000 $ 3,941,753
AS DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL SERVICES  PAGO PAGO AS 96799 000000000 $ 759,074
AS ELECTION OFFICE  PAGO PAGO AS 96799 000000000 $ 900,000
AS TERRITORIAL ENERGY OFFICE  PAGO PAGO AS 96799 000000000 $ 1,517,046
ASSOCIATED CATHOLIC CHARITIES  OKLAHOMA CITY OK 73106 OKLAHOMA 000000000 $ 681,815
ATLANTICARE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER  ATLANTIC CITY NJ 08401 ATLANTIC 000000000 $ 2,203,411
Agency Metropolitan Program Services  CHICAGO IL 60624 COOK 000000000 $ 254,488
All Childrens Hospital, Inc.  SAINT PETERSBURG FL 33701 PINELLAS 000000000 $ 9,544,381
American Samoa Alliance Against Domestic and Sex Violen  PAGO PAGO AS 96799 000000000 $ 231,333
BALLSTON SPA CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT  BALLSTON SPA NY 12020 SARATOGA 000000000 $ 23,534,231
BETTER BEGINNINGS, INC  DALTON GA 30722 WHITFIELD 000000000 $ 4,056,447
BLYTHESDALE CHILDRENS HOSPITAL  VALHALLA NY 10595 WESTCHESTER 000000000 $ 321,105
BRIARPATCH, INC  MADISON WI 53703 DANE 000000000 $ 1,860,272
BULGARIA NTL CTR OF PUBLIC HLTH PROTECTN  SOFIA 000000000 $ 106,731
Board for People with Development Disabilities  MADISON WI 53703 DANE 000000000 $ 5,202,159
Branch-Hillside-St. Joseph Community Health Agency  COLDWATER MI 490368262 BRANCH 000000000 $ 396,000
CA ST OFFICE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE PLANNING  SACRAMENTO CA 95814 SACRAMENTO 000000000 $ 73,696,744
CALIFORNIA CHILD CARE RESOURCE & REFERRAL NETWORK  SAN FRANCISCO CA 94105 SAN FRANCISCO 000000000 $ 744,026
CAMBODIAN AMERICAN LEAGUE OF LOWELL, INC.  LOWELL MA 01852 MIDDLESEX 000000000 $ 400,136
CANCER RESEARCH UK CAMBRIDGE RES INST  Cambridge 000000000 $ 73,806
CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES  LINCOLN NE 68510 LANCASTER 000000000 $ 63,763
CCNAPC  Woodbrook, Port of Spain 000000000 $ 829,514
CENTER FOR CHILDERN AND FAMILIES  NEW YORK NEW YORK NY 10012 NEW YORK 000000000 $ 5,676,831
CHALMERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY  GOTHENBURG 000000000 $ 15,700
CHARLES COUNTY/CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT  PROVIDENCE FORGE VA 23140 NEW KENT 000000000 $ 10,455,497
CHEST DISEASES LABORATORY  LUSAKA 000000000 $ 900,100
CHEYENNE RIVER ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE COMMITTEE  EAGLE BUTTE SD 57625 DEWEY 000000000 $ 40,767,618
CHILD SERVICES  LUBBOCK TX 79401 LUBBOCK 000000000 $ 6,454,890
CHILDREN’S SPECIALIZED HOSPITAL  MOUNTAINSIDE NJ 07091 UNION 000000000 $ 2,472,331
CHILDRENS CMTY ACCESS PROGRAM, INC, EUCLID HOUSE  EAST CLEVELAND OH 44112 CUYAHOGA 000000000 $ 619,999
CHILDRENS HOSPITAL  OMAHA NE 68114 DOUGLAS 000000000 $ 2,126,108
CHILDRENS HOSPITAL CENTRAL CALIFORNIA  MADERA CA 93638 MADERA 000000000 $ 1,999,218
CITY OF MALDEN MASSACHUSETTS  MALDEN MA 02148 MIDDLESEX 000000000 $- 744,469
CM DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY & CULTURAL AFFAIRS  SAIPAN MP 96950 SAIPAN 000000000 $ 4,192,003
CM DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY & CULTURAL AFFAIRS  SAIPAN MP 96950 SAIPAN 000000000 $ 15,572,336
CM DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR  SAIPAN MP 96950 SAIPAN 000000000 $ 5,514,668
CM PROTECTION & ADVOCACY SYSTEMS, INC  SAIPAN MP 96950 SAIPAN 000000000 $ 4,942,194
CONCORDIA AVONDALE CAMPUS  CHICAGO IL 60618 COOK 000000000 $ 1,500,000

Above, re: that “CA ST OFFICE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE PLANNING” — I THINK THIS SHOULD BE CLICKED ON.  This includes some Family Violence Prevention Services (chunks of money — $4, $6 million a year) and “mentoring children of prisoners” etc.  “Children’s Justice Act.”

This is the California Department of Justice.

Written by Let's Get Honest

October 8, 2012 at 2:36 pm

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  1. these are the questions I am posing to — my congresswoman, Kay Granger’s office; to the Governor assistant; and to KERA managing editor who responded to my email I wrote in response to her articles on judges out of order in Texas… I do not know how things are going to go, but if I don’t provide information to the avenues presented, I won’t get anywhere. TAGGS shows only Texas Workforce Solutions receiving funds — TWS does not show up on the state list– but about 14 other orgs do including two family courts (harris county court, and tarrant county family court services). In going through Liz’s packet, faithbased information and focus was there from day one. Bush initiated faithbased grants while still governor of TX; and took that to the white house. Tarrant County gets about 2 million in grant funds — but not sure that is even an accurate number given that there isn’t an accurate grant trail from start to finish. I’m taking this info to my sphere of influence and working with friends, friends of friends to get this funding stopped. I thought people though I was crazy at first, but now I have them coming to me saying tell me more. It will take a major outcry to get it ended. Jan ps I do find your blogs helpful. keep posting. Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2012 21:36:53 +0000 To: janpittard@live.com

    janspotpourri

    October 8, 2012 at 2:51 pm

    • Specifically, what type of information are you looking for — access/visitation funding only? (That’s not the largest amount of diversionary funding around).

      RE:
      “there isn’t an accurate grant trail from start to finish” — we know that that’s exactly part of the problem. So the skill to acquire is where does that trail end?

      This paragraph has so much information in it, I don’t know where to start. I also have not been able (maybe it required payment or personal ID, I don’t remember) access to looking up corporation records for the state of Texas, which would limit me jumping in on this cause right now.

      For example, you want access/visitation funding to stop, then there should be a reason behind it, and you should be able to state the reason. In this blog I have already stated (see 45 CFR 303.109 for example) the money is being used to conduct social science demonstration projects at the behest of the head of HHS; and (among other things) as you say, over all marriage/fatherhood funding money isn’t well tracked. It also is funding one side of a state custody matter — without informing the other side that this help is taking place, causing further confusion plus, the Federal Government keeps saying it can’t mess with divorce and custody issues which are in the state’s jurisdiction. Yet these grants are exactly that, only in an indirect way.

      Most of all, the matter of forcing mediation is actually forcing a jobs-bank for mediators and the like every bit as much as it is helping improve a situation. The federal government is causing conflict at the state level by playing “now you can, now you can’t” regarding influencing divorce and custody stuff.

      It’s also further centralizing control of the population at the HHS (plus some DOJ) level, which is simply undermining our freedoms and changing our justice system. This is intentional and purposeful.

      I think you have to understand that these systems were set in place by people with plans and outcomes intended, short-range and long-range. I don’t see that handling issues short-range is going to make a serious difference.

      Be aware that sometimes people may be asking you what you know to find out how much of (what they already know) YOU have figured out to date. I think that’s why so many governmental entities (at all levels) were following this blog when I’d report on them.

      My blogs are helpful, but they aren’t intended just to be helpful — they are intended as an alert to how deep, wide, high and far back these things go.

      The bottom line is always the * * *economic & ethics disparity * * * between people who can and DO hide their money (forming nonprofit after nonprofit and figuring it’s OK to take welfare diversions from needy kids to teach their Mommy and Daddy about not having high-conflict co-parenting, or whatever), people who are also close to those making decisions: legislature and judiciary — and the people (which is more people) who are not thinking in terms of hiding their money: they work (or try to) pay taxes (or try to, while minimizing where they can) and survive (or try to). This category of people who doesn’t understand HOW corrupt government has become, and what direction it’s headed in — are part of the problem, as they are allowing this to happen; giving their money to people who don’t steward it right, like sheep getting sheared.

      Catherine Austin Fitts calls it “economic tapeworm” because the whole system depends on feeding that tapeworm through giving the gov’t a lot of money, and support — and then HOPING to get back justice and maybe some services too, from the same.

      Just like people who know about child or wife (or husband) abuse and don’t report it to anyone.

      This model is going to either explode or implode on itself, and don’t think that there hasn’t been forethought on what then (I bet you don’t).

      Go through the Tarrant County (if that’s the interest) CAFR or any related government or enterprise/district CAFR and read the opening pages (for a grasp) and search on the words “child support” “court” or TANF etc. I’m sure something will come up that speaks to you. Cafrman.com has a little worksheet that gives four pieces of information to get from it, and where to get them.

      Anyone in government should know these exist. I think every county comptroller or business head would know and could get one. They HAVE to report their collective net assets (accumulated net worth) not just budgets.

      Reasons for stopping funding should (I think) be framed as to their use (lack of accountability, or wrong in principle). I don’t think that it’s hurting children (outcomes) is a wise way to handle them — everyone uses that argument. They do, but that doesn’t work with bullies, liars and crooks — and there are plenty of these around wherever there are kids or access to them, and money & access to it.

      Good luck. I’m working on some things now and am going to get back to them. A lot of information is already on this blog, or other related ones.

      Let's Get Honest

      October 8, 2012 at 3:30 pm


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