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Fatherhood
Home Visiting
Mentoring
Non-School Based
Parent Education and Support
Public Awareness and Training
Respite
School-Based/After School

PROGRAMS FUNDED ACROSS THE STATE

For over 32 years, the Department has worked on behalf of those most vulnerable in our state.  This year alone, the Department funded 123 programs across the state totaling over $5.3 million.  These programs provide essential services to children and families to prevent child abuse and neglect.  The types of programs included are:  Fatherhood (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families through the Department of Human Resources), Home Visiting, Mentoring, Non-School Based, Parent Education and Support, Public Awareness and Training, Respite Care, School-Based/After School and Mentoring.  These programs are supported by State and Federal dollars through four main funding streams.  Below is a list of programs we're supporting in your community.

Click here for a complete list of programs funded for 2015-2016.
 

MAP OF PROGRAMS FUNDED

View Website Report as of Nov 12 2015 in a full screen map

 

GRANTEE SUPPORT

 

FORMS 

 

FINANCIAL REPORTING DUE DATES
New Programs
(Required to submit quarterly reports)
Due Date Continued Programs
(Required to submit semi-annual reports)
Period Covered Due Date Period Covered Due Date
August 1 - October 31 November 16,2015 August 1 - January 31 February 16, 2016
November 1 - January 31 February 16, 2016 February 1 - July 31 August 15, 2016
February 1 - April 30 May 16, 2016    

May 1 - July 31

August 15, 2016    

 

TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES

 

The Department's staff are available upon request to provide technical assistance to our grantees in the following areas:

  • Budgeting Issues
  • Evaluation of Internal Controls & Procedures
  • Accounting Issues
  • Training on ADCANP's Programmatic or Financial Forms

For more information, you may contact us at (334) 262-2951.

 

 

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