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$170,000 in Grant Awards - 16 Local Nonprofit Organizations

FY 2017-2018 Grant Recipients

Atlas Preparatory School - $15,000 in Program Support for their Healthy Scholars, Healthy Choices Program which provides direct mental health therapy services and treatment on site at no cost to the students

CASA - $10,000 in Program Support for Supervised Exchange and Parenting Time Program

Children's Hospital C.S. - $10,000 in Capital Support to purchase MicroCool Refrigerators in the new C.S. Hospital that will house breast milk for babies

Community Partnership for Child Development - $10,000 in Program Support for their Behavioral Health Program

Daybreak—An Adult Day Program - $10,000 in General Operating Support to help offset the costs of providing a safe and secure environment for seniors often with Alzheimer's or similar conditions, as their caregivers are provided respite

Early Connections Learning Centers - $10,000 in Program Support for their Comprehensive Health Program

Kidpower - $5,000 in Program Support to provide interpersonal safety education workshops for approximately 228 economically disadvantaged children ages 5 to 12 and their parents/caregivers who otherwise would not learn the skills needed to keep themselves safe from abduction and abuse

Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center - $10,000 in Program Support for Behavioral Health Management Program

NAMI—C.S. - $25,000 in General Operating Support for Crisis Intervention Team Training, Ending the Silence and Multicultural Outreach Initiatives

Phoenix Multisport - $5,000 in General Operating Support for their substance abuse intervention program

Prospect Home Care & Hospice, Inc. - $5,000 in General Operating Support

Safe Passage - $15,000 in Program Support for their Forensic Medical Services Program

Silver Key Senior Services - $11,500 in Program Support for Case Management

Teller Senior Coalition - $8,500 in Program Support for their Respite Program

TESSA - $10,000 in Program Support for their Clinical program that addresses specific needs of adult domestic violence & sexual assault victims and provides therapeutic services to survivors, helping them overcome their trauma and empowering them to build lives of safety and self-sufficiency

Westside CARES - $10,227.83 in Capital Support for a new phone system and FAX machine

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