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GRANTS AWARDED

The following is a list of grants written by Tidwell and Associates, Inc. which have been awarded. Each includes a description of the project, agency the proposals were submitted to, and the grant amount.

AGENCY

DESCRIPTION

SUBMITTED TO:

AMOUNT

The Alpha Center, SC

To serve adolescents (12-17) at-risk for substance abuse in two rural cities.

SAMHSA - Center for Substance Abuse Treatment

$1,486,770

Berkeley County School District, SC

AOD Prevention Project.

U.S. Dept. of Education

$200,000

Berkeley County School District, SC

Prevention of AOD use among high-risk youth.

OSAP

$1,664,859

Charleston Community Mental Health Center, SC

To implement the Village, a program for emotionally disturbed youth in Charleston.

National Institute of Mental Health

$3,389,070

Charleston County School District, SC

Charleston's Cornerstone for Safe Schools

Charleston County School District

$8,500,000

 Chesterfield School District, SC

 A county family literacy and school readiness county program (Even Start).

 SC Department of Education

$70,000


Chesterfield County Sheriff's Dept, SC

Drug Task Force

Governor's Office

$34,250

Circle Park Florence, SC

A residential treatment program for women with AOD problems and their families.

Center for Substance Abuse Prevention

$4,400,000

City of Columbia, SC

Comprehensive crime control grant.

US Department of Justice

$1,800,000

City of Union, SC

To implement community-based delinquency prevention programs.

Governor's Office

$115,000

Darlington School District, SC

An after-school program and community learning center for three middle schools.

US Department of Education

$1,152,000

Dept. of Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse Services, SC

Adolescent Treatment Enhancement Grant to provide A-CRA/ACC services (12-17 year old youth) in four counties (Collaboration for Success)

SAMHSA - DHHS

$2,998,359


 Dept. of Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse Services, SC

 A project to improve the efficiency of service delivery and to enhance client access and retention (Quality Moves).

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment

$974,988

 Dept. of Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse Services, SC

 A planning initiative designed to increase both the capacity and quality of substance abuse treatment services for adolescents and their families in S.C. Breaking Barriers, Building Dreams (BBBD).

 Center for Substance Abuse Treatment

$1,197,991

Dept. of Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse Services, SC

Alcohol/Drug Treatment Program for Women with Children.

CSAT

$2,000,000

Dept. of Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse Services, SC

Alcohol/Drug Treatment Program for Adolescents (The Bridge Project).

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment

$1,300,000 (approx.)

Dept. of Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse Services, SC

Alcohol/Drug Treatment Program for Prisoners

(250 beds).

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment

$3,017,234 (approx.)

DISC Village, FL

Alcohol/Drug Community Partnership

Office of Substance Abuse Prevention

$2,000,000

Gadsden County School District, FL

An integrated family, school, community, prevention, intervention, and support services for 6th graders and their families.

US Dept. of Education

$723,117


Greater Columbia Community Relations Council, SC

A one-year planning phase of the Youthbuild project, which will provide economically disadvantaged youth with education and employment skills.

HUD

$99,990

Healing Species, Inc., Orangeburg,  SC

 Compassion Capital Fund Targeted Capacity Building Program to increase the organization's capacity to deliver an evidence-based character education and violence prevention curricula.

Administration for Children and Families, Office for Children and Families

$50,000

Highlands County School District / Heartland Educational Consortium, FL

RIPP (Responding in Peaceful and Positive Ways), Replication of a violence prevention program in rural Florida counties

US DOE,

Safe Schools/ Healthy Students

$505,283


Hispanic Health Initiatives, Inc., FL

Cuidando Mi Salud/Taking Care of My Health aims to eliminate disparities in health outcomes among racial and ethnic minority populations in Central Florida.  The project employs a community health worker model to provide health risk assessments, health education, and follow-up Hispanic and Black/African-American adults each year. 

US Dept. of Health & Human Services, Office of Minority Health (OMH)

$1,312,431


 Horry County Schools, SC

 Coastal Voices for Youth Partnerships (CVYP) To strengthen and sustain  safety and health in schools, families, and communities.

 US DOE,

Safe Schools/ Healthy Students

$2,884,737

Kershaw County School District, SC

To provide Pre-K through 12th grade activities, curricula, programs, and services that focus on creating safe school environments, promoting healthy childhood development, and preventing youth violence and alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) use.

US DOE,

Safe Schools/ Healthy Students

$5,725,148

Kershaw County School District, SC

This grant provides mentoring services to high risk youth in Kershaw County, S.C.  Referrals for mentees come from the school district, community partners, and parents.

US DOE, Mentoring for Safe Schools/ Healthy Students

$298,831

 L/RADAC, SC

 A Juvenile Drug Court initiative

Department of Justice

$319,355

L/RADAC, SC

A partnership to reduce AOD abuse in Greater Columbia

RWJ Foundation

$199,736

L/RADAC, SC

A partnership to reduce AOD abuse in Greater Columbia

RWJ Foundation

$3,200,000

L/RADAC, SC

A project to organize community and neighborhood organizations for alcohol and other drug prevention projects

State Health and Human Services Finance Commission

$84,112


L/RADAC, SC

A regional approach to combat substance abuse.

OSAP

$372,563

L/RADAC, SC

To increase the availability of prevention materials and resources in Richland and Lexington Counties of South Carolina through a Prevention Resource Center.

DAODAS

$150,000

L/RADAC, SC

To implement KIDSNET, a prevention program targeting 4th graders.

US Dept. of Education

$1,000,000

L/RADAC, SC

To achieve and document measurable reductions in alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) abuse incidence, prevalence, and related consequences through a comprehensive prevention effort in four counties in the Central Midlands region of South Carolina, including Fairfield, Lexington, Newberry, and Richland.

Center for Substance Abuse Prevention

$4,200,000

Lexington School District V, SC

AOD training for school officials in seven districts.

US Dept. of Education

$200,000

Madison County School District, FL

To provide Pre-K through 12th grade activities, curricula, programs, and services that focus on creating safe school environments, promoting healthy childhood development, and preventing youth violence and alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) use.

US DOE,

Safe Schools/ Healthy Students

$2,917,388

Manatee Glens Behavioral Health Center, FL

Prevention Partnership grant to implement evidence-based interventions for reducing underage drinking and teen pregnancy, in partnership with local schools and the county’s drug-free community coalition. (Steppin’ It Up)

Dept. of Children and Families, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Program Office

$337.500

Marion School District Two, SC

 To achieve safety and peace in Marion County Schools  (ASAP).

 US DOE, Safe and Drug-Free Schools

 $2,441,037

Marion A&D Commission. SC

Alcohol & Drug Treatment Program for Pregnant, Parenting Teens.

Center for Substance Abuse Prevention

$1,500,000


 McCormick County School District, SC

TEAM Up for Kids - Elementary School Counseling initiative in three rural county school districts; Edgefield, Abbeville, and McCormick.

US Department of Education

 $1,188,060

Midlands Primary Care Center, SC

Midlands Center for the Homeless

US Dept. of Health & Human Services

$722,828

 Mental Illness Recovery Center, Inc. (MIRCI) , SC

 TA program targeting homeless individuals with co-occurring disorders (PRO-ACT).

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA)

$2,467,619

MUSC, SC

Court Protocol for Child Victims

State Justice Institute

$200,000

MUSC - Crime Victims Center, SC

Training for mental health professionals.

Dept. of Justice

$100,000

Orangeburg County Consolidated School District Three, SC

Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Grant to expand its current counseling program to reduce disciplinary referrals, bullying, fighting, suspensions, and improved academic growth.

US DOE, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education

$1,185,527

 Osceola County School District, FL

 A Smaller Learning Communities grant initiative for two high schools.

US Dept. of Education

$1,879,330

 Osceola County School District, FL

To provide Pre-K through 12th grade activities, curricula, programs, and services that focus on creating safe school environments, promoting healthy childhood development, and preventing youth violence and alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) use.

US DOE,

Safe Schools/ Healthy Students

$8,008,640

 Pickens County, Behavioral Health Services, SC

 Drug Free Communities Support Program to provides resources to build upon previous successes by broadening prevention messages and activities for youth to explicitly include marijuana and prescription drugs and increase community engagement.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA)

$625,000

Richland County School District I, SC

A project that enhanced the safety and health of students (Healthy Steps For Safe Living).

US DOE,

Safe Schools/ Healthy Students

$7,129,996

Richland County School District I, SC

Connections: 21st Century Community Learning Center

US Dept. of Education

$1,093,713

Richland County School District I, SC

Technology Challenge Grant

US DOE

$5,038,675

Richland County School District I, SC

An innovative school-based initiative to reduce the demand for alcohol and other drugs among middle school students.

US Dept. of Education

$1,133,598

Saluda County School District, SC

To provide Pre-K through 12th grade activities, curricula, programs, and services that focus on creating safe school environments, promoting healthy childhood development, and preventing youth violence and alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) use.

US DOE,

Safe Schools/ Healthy Students

$2,846,000

Sampson County School District, NC

Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Grant to increase the availability of counseling and mental health services in the district.

US DOE, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education

$1,187,115

SC Association of the Deaf (SCAD)

A proposal to implement a telecommunications distribution program.

SCBCB

$1,182,666


SC Bar

State Indigent Defense Study

State Justice Institute

$50,000

SC Center for Family Policy

Develop risk classification system for juvenile delinquents and strategy for services.

Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation

$30,000

SC Center for Family Policy

Develop risk classification system for juvenile delinquents and strategy for services.

SC Bar

$25,000

SC Department of Corrections

To develop a life skills program for inmates and an Inmate Advocacy Center.

US Dept. of Education

$382,127

SC DMH

CALM - Jail Diversion Grant. A program to divert misdemeanor offenders from jail.

DMH

$892,000


SC DMH

A program to enhance human resource development services for the department.

NIMH

$381,000

SC DMH

A program for the Columbia Area Mental Health Center to serve the homeless psychiatrically disabled.

NIMH

$1,672,502

SC DMH

A statewide optional pre-paid health & mental health plan.

RWJ Foundation

$422,328

SC DMH

A homeless block grant program for the psychiatrically disabled homeless in Spartanburg, Greenville, and Waccamaw Mental Health Centers.

US Dept. of Health & Human Services

$615,000


SC DMH

A proposal to fund various planning-related services for the department.

NIMH

$163,000

SC DMH

A program in Orangeburg to serve severely psychiatrically disabled adults with alcohol and drug problems.

NIMH

$450,000

SC DMH

CASSP state-level system development grants.

US Dept. of Health & Human Services

$595,545

SC DMH

Community support research demonstration projects.

Dept. of Health & Human Services, Public Health Service

$1,156,032


SC DMH

CSP State Systems improvements through consumer and family support activities.

NIMH

$421,490

SC DMH

Multi-state HRD Consortium to establish a training center in Atlanta for 14 State Departments of Mental Health.

NIMH

$199,055

SC DMH

Project to develop coordinated mental health services for emotionally disturbed delinquents and status offenders in SC (CASSP Project).

NIMH

$375,176


SC DMH

Replicating ROADS (Rural Outreach, Advocacy, and Direct Services.

Center for Mental Health Services

$135,547

SC DMH

Special projects academic linkage initiative.

NIMH

$482,393

SC DMH

To expand the capacity of the advocacy organizations in a target group of rural counties in South Carolina to improve community-based mental health services.

Dept. of Health & Human Services, Public Health Service

$375,000

SC DMH

To expand the number of volunteers to provide community support to meet the needs of mentally ill persons and their families.

SC Commission on Youth and Community Service

$127,579


SC DMH Community Services

Develop a model program for the chronically mentally ill.

(DHHS) National Institute of Health

$1,691,786

SC Health & Human Service Finance Commission

A comprehensive approach to address the collaboration and transition needs of Head Start in SC.

Federal Administration for Children, Youth, and Families

$254,822

SC State Museum

To increase museum accessibility for visitors with disabilities through new technology.

SC Developmental Disabilities Council

$52,236

SC Probation, Pardon, and Parole

Model treatment programs for non-incarcerated persons within criminal justice system.

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment

$1,240,800


State Health & Human Service Finance Commission, SC

Targeted primary prevention demonstration projects.

Federal Alcohol, Drug Abuse, & Mental Health Administration/ OSAP

$503,361

Tri-County Alcohol & Drug Abuse Commission, SC

A substance abuse, early intervention program for 6th-8th graders in Orangeburg County (Pathways).

SAMHSA - Center for Substance Abuse Treatment

$1,295,236

Tri-County Alcohol & Drug Abuse Commission, SC

A program to expand treatment capacity in 3 counties.

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment

$1,147,402

Tri-County Commission on Alcohol & other Drug Abuse, SC

A treatment program for adolescents (Project Open Horizons).

SAMHSA - Center for Substance Abuse Treatment

$1,500,000

Trident Community Foundation, SC

Child abuse/neglect public/private partnership.

Administration for Children, Youth, and Families

$200,000

Union Commission on Alcohol & Drug Abuse, SC

To implement a child and family prevention zone.

CSAP

$50,000

United Way of South Carolina, SC

A proposal to reduce infant mortality in the Pee Dee region.

US Dept. of Health & Human Services

$50,000,000
(approx.)

 United Way of the Midlands, SC

Partners in Compassion (PIC) A compassion capital fund grant to strengthen the organizational capacity of faith and community based organizations to address homelessness and at-risk youth in 6 counties.

The Administration for Children and Families, Office of Community Services

$1,499,142


United Way of Piedmont, SC

To implement a community partnership to combat ATOD abuse and related problems.

CSAP

$1,000,000

Washington County School District, FL

A technology innovation challenge grant targeted at 33 rural school districts (Rural Connection).

US Dept. of Education

$10,000,000

Washington County School District, FL

An after school program Winning Intellectually 'N Gaining Safety (WINGS).

US Dept. of Education

$3,167,239

Washington County School District, FL

An after-school program & community learning center for 5 schools

US Dept. of Education

$1,000,000

York County Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Council, SC

Stepping Up, Adolescent Treatment Grant is an AOD adolescent treatment outreach initiative for rural areas and an American Indian reservation.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, DHHS

$1,198,912

 

 

 

 
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