Alabama Department of
Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention
Children’s Trust Fund of Alabama

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Alabama Department of
Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention
Children’s Trust Fund of Alabama

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2021-2022 Grant Awards Announced

August 17, 2021 The Alabama Department of Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention, The Children’s Trust Fund, is proud to release the approved grant awards for the 2021-2022 program year. We appreciate all of the grant applications and look forward to working with the following community-based prevention programs. Click here to view the grant awards for

CTF Joins Partners for National Day of Service on 9/11

September 11, 2021. Tuscaloosa’s One Place and the Educate Alabama AmeriCorps Program partnered up for a National Day of Service on Saturday 9/11 for “Just Do It! A Men’s Health Giveaway” where they provided free Nike apparel, hygiene supplies, and resources to men in West Alabama. We were thrilled to be a part of this

Grantee Spotlight: Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Tennessee Valley

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Tennessee Valley, based in Huntsville, recently received the Board of the Year Award from Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. BBBS of the Tennessee Valley offers positive mentoring relationships to children in need. They also organize successful community and fundraising events in north Alabama. The Children’s Trust Fund congratulates

Grantee Spotlight: The University of Alabama Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic

The University of Alabama Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic serves multiple counties in West Alabama and provides support to individuals and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder and associated mental health concerns through comprehensive evaluation and therapy services, research opportunities, and consultation services. They held their Back to School Event in August. It was a total hit,

Summer Enhancement Program

Kicking off this June, the Summer Learning Enhancement Program, in coordinated efforts with the Alabama Department of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention and the Alabama Department of Human Resources, targeted local school systems and community partners. The program addressed recouping the potential learning loss students have suffered over recent months. In addition to grappling with