Child Welfare Fund Grantees: 2010

Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Children's Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center:

To support the Infant-Parent Court Affiliated Intervention Project
www.einstein.yu.edu/cerc/

Brooklyn Family Defense Project:

To support policy and advocacy work
www.legalservicesnyc.org

Center for New York City Affairs:

To support Child Welfare Watch
www.newschool.edu/milano/nycaffairs

Center for an Urban Future:

To support research and publication of Fostering Careers, a report focused on workforce programs, policies and strategies related to youth pre- and post-aging out of foster care
www.cityfutures.org

Children's Aid Society:

To support enhancements to the case management and tracking system used at the Next Generation Center in support of disconnected youth and youth aging out of foster care
www.childrensaidsociety.org

Children's Village:

To support the WAY Home aftercare program for youth transitioning from residential treatment to their home communities
www.childrensvillage.org

Child Welfare Organizing Project:

To support continuation of Road2Success, a program to provide support to child welfare-involved parents pursuing degrees in higher education
www.cwop.org

Child Welfare Organizing Project:

To provide general operating support
www.cwop.org

Coalition for Asian-American Children and Families:

To support the Child Welfare Advocacy Project
www.cacf.org

Effective Alternatives in Reconciliation Services (EARS):

To the support Summer Training Institute
www.earsbronx.org

FEGS/Academy:

To support programmatic and evaluative enhancements to the Academy's work with youth aging out of foster care
www.fegs.org

Forestdale, Inc:

To support No Drama/Much Love, a program for graduates of Forestdale's Fathering Initiative
www.forestdaleinc.org

Highbridge Community Life Center, Inc:

To support the Bridge Builders Community Partnership
www.highbridgelife.org

Highbridge Community Life Center, Inc:

To support the ACCESS to Benefits Program
www.highbridgelife.org

Hour Children, Inc:

To support the Hour Children Advocacy Project at the Rose M. Singer Center on Rikers Island
www.hourchildren.org

Rise:

To provide support for project evaluation and organizational development and capacity building
www.risemagazine.org