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Grant Awards 2007

KEVIN MAHONEY

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
“Developing a Business Plan to Expand the Cash & Counseling Model throughout the Rest of the United States”
$99,840
November 1, 2007

Kevin Mahoney has received a $99,840 grant to develop a plan to expand the Cash & Counseling Model through the rest of the United States.

JIM LUBBEN

Hartford/GSA
“Hartford Doctoral Fellowship: Jessica Johnson, Fellow — Year 1 of 2”
$50,000
October 15, 2007

Jim Lubben has received $50,000 from The Gerontological Society of America for the Hartford Doctoral Fellowship.

JIM LUBBEN

Hartford/GSA
“Hartford Doctoral Fellows in Geriatric SW”
$841,594
October 1, 2007

The Gerontological Society of America has issued a five year subcontract agreement to Jim Lubben in the amount of $841,485 for the renewal of the Harford Geriatric Social Work Doctoral Fellows Program.

KEVIN MAHONEY

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
“Cash & Counseling: Technical Assistance and Direction”
$815,791
October 1, 2007

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has awarded a Technical Assistance grant to Kevin Mahoney in the amount of $815,791. This grant will allow Cash & Counseling to provide technical assistance to grantees.

TOM CREA

UNC Chapel Hill/Casey Foundation
“Evaluation of the Family to Family Initiative”
$10,000
September 1, 2007

Tom Crea has received a grant in the amount of $10,000 to conduct an evaluation of the Family to Family Initiative. The evaluation will examine contextual factors that may influence child welfare practice and Family to Family implementation.

 

 

KEVIN MAHONEY and VIDHYA ALAKESON

OSASPE/DHHS
“Intergovernmental Personnel Agreement” (Alakeson )
$44,388
August 1, 2007

OSASPE/DHHS has granted Vidhya Alakeson $44,388 to work with OHSP staff to develop priorities for future research on early childhood development and policy analysis related to teen risk prevention and avoidance issues.

JUDI CASEY

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
“Sloan Work-Family Network—Year 1 of 3”
$499,678 ($1,487,644)
July 1, 2007

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has awarded $499,678 for Year 1 of the “Sloan Work-Family Network” project. This award will allow the creation of a web site which will serve as a resource for free credible, current information on work-family issues.

KATIE MCINNIS-DITTRICH

NYAM
“Hartford Partnership Program for Aging Education — Year 2 of 3”
$25,000 ($75,000)
June 1, 2007

The New York Academy of Medicine has awarded $25,000 for the “Hartford Partnership Program for Aging Education” project lead by Principal Investigator Dr. Katie McInnis-Dittrich.