Comprehensive Community Based Youth Services
CSFA Number: 444-80-0710
Agency Name
Department Of Human Services (444)
Agency Identification
DFCS
Agency Contact
Karrie Rueter
217-557-2943
DHS.YouthServicesInfo@Illinois.gov
Short Description
The Comprehensive Community Based Youth Services (CCBYS) program serves youth ages 11-17 that are at risk of involvement in the child welfare and/or juvenile justice system, with the overarching goal of family reunification and/or stabilization. CCBYS is authorized by the Children and Family Services Act (20 ILCS 505/17 and 17a), and implements Article 3 of the Illinois Juvenile Court Act of 1987 (705 ILCS 405/3 et seq.) A continuum of services are available and provided to youth in high-risk situations, and to their families when appropriate, according to their needs, in keeping with the goal of family preservation, reunification and/or family stabilization, or independence, dependent upon the youth's needs. A 24-hour crisis intervention response system is available in emergency situations for referrals from youth, parents/guardians, police, courts, and schools, Safe Place and the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS).

1. Mandated (Crisis) Programming
The CCBYS program will provide services, statewide, to the following:

A. Core Population (ages 11-17) - Must Be Served:
Any minor, 11-17 years of age (1) who is (a) absent from home without consent of parent, guardian or custodian, or (b) beyond the control of his or her parent, guardian or custodian, in circumstances which constitute a substantial or immediate danger to the minor's physical safety; and (2) who, after being taken into limited custody and offered interim crisis intervention services, refuses to return home after the minor and his or her parent, guardian or custodian cannot agree to an arrangement for an alternative voluntary residential placement or to the continuation of such placement.

B. Lock-outs: Core Population (ages 11-17) - Must Be Served in collaboration with the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS):
In accordance with the DCFS Rule 300.150, Referral for Services and Procedure 300.90 (f) SCR Referrals to Youth Service Agencies, any minor, 11-17 years of age whose parent or caregiver has denied the child access to the home and has refused or failed to make provisions for another living arrangement for the child will be considered a lockout.

2. Discretionary (Non-Crisis) Programming
Individualized services for youth may be provided as resources allow, at the discretion of the CCBYS agency, and based on the individualized needs of the youth in the community.

Any youth who are 11-17 years of age and at risk of involvement with the child welfare and/or juvenile justice system may be eligible for CCBYS discretionary services. If the youth does not meet the criteria for the Mandated (Crisis) Population above, and is assessed and considered at risk of crisis or at risk of delinquency, or both, the youth would be eligible for services under this section.
Subject Area
Human Services
Program Function
Law, Justice, and Legal Services
Enabling Legislation
State:
CCBYS is authorized by the Children and Family Services Act (20 ILCS 505/17 and 17a), and implements Article 3 of the Illinois Juvenile Court Act of 1987 (705 ILCS 405/3 et seq.)

Federal:
Social Security Act, Title XX, as amended; Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1981, as amended, Public Law 97-35; Jobs Training Bill, Public Law 98-8 and 473; Medicaid and Medicare Patient and Program Act of 1987; Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1987, Public Law 100-203; Family Support Act of 1998, Public Law 100-485; Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993, Public Law 106-66, 42 U.S.C 1397 ET seq.
Objectives and Goals
Goals: To increase family reunification/preserve and stabilize families; and to divert or minimize involvement in the child welfare and/or juvenile justice systems.

Outcomes: Youth will be safe; stable; diverted from the child welfare system and diverted from the juvenile justice system.


Goals of the federal funding: To enable each State to furnish social services best suited to the needs of the individuals residing in the State. Federal block grant funds may be used to provide services directed toward one of the following five goals specified in the law: (1) To prevent, reduce, or eliminate dependency; (2) to achieve or maintain self-sufficiency; (3) to prevent neglect, abuse, or exploitation of children and adults; (4) to prevent or reduce inappropriate institutional care; and (5) to secure admission or referral for institutional care when other forms of care are not appropriate.
Types of Assistance
Project Grants
Uses and Restrictions
1. CCBYS Provider Responsibilities
The Provider shall provide a Comprehensive Community-Based Youth Services (CCBYS) program in accordance with all relevant statutes, rules and the CCBYS Program Standards found in the Bureau of Youth Intervention Services (BYIS) Program Manual. Provider program responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

A. The Provider agrees to target and provide CCBYS services to youth as prescribed in the Department's CCBYS Program Standards.

B. The Provider shall immediately report any alleged child abuse or neglect to the Department of Children and Family Services.

C. The principles of positive youth development (PYD and Balanced and Restorative Justice (BARJ) will be incorporated whenever possible into the local service delivery system.

D. The Provider must exhibit cultural competence when serving youth with special needs, including those who are pregnant and parenting youth (including fathers); youth who are gay, lesbian, transgender or questioning their own sexual orientation; delinquent youth; and youth who are physically, emotionally or developmentally challenged. The Provider must demonstrate their ability to provide service to persons who have Limited English Proficiency (LEP), persons who are hard of hearing or deaf, and persons with low literacy. The State of Illinois Linguistic and Cultural Competency Guidelines (LCC Guidelines) were developed as a mechanism for improving language and cultural accessibility and sensitivity in State-funded direct human services delivered by human service organizations that receive grants and contracts to serve the residents of the State of Illinois.

E. Allowable services are limited to enrolled CCBYS clients and services are limited to the following: 24-hour response system; crisis/safety assessment; crisis intervention; family reunification/preservation; temporary living arrangement services; cross-agency case coordination; case management; individual, family and/or group counseling; youth and/or family advocacy; access and coordination with substance abuse treatment and/or mental health treatment.

F. Crisis intervention services must be available on a 24-hour basis, and the Provider agrees to maintain adequate staff coverage to meet this service requirement. The Provider agrees to maintain a crisis log of all incoming crisis calls. This log will include all items necessary to track each instance and will include at a minimum: who placed the call (name, agency, call-back number and location of crisis), staff name who received/answered the call, date and time of the call, crisis worker assigned to the case, the client's name and initial crisis complaint (lockout, runaway, etc.). Provider also agrees to provide current/updated crisis contact information to the DHS Statewide Hotline at (877) 870-2663.

G. Temporary living arrangement services must be available on a 24-hour basis. When a temporary living arrangement is necessary, all agencies providing placement services must be licensed as child welfare agencies by the Department of Children and Family Services (See 89 IL Admin Code 401 Licensing Standards for Child Welfare Agencies). Providers must have a sufficient number of licensed foster homes or licensed shelter placements to meet the needs of the youth throughout the service area. This includes the ability to place special needs or difficult to place youth, and a procedure for what to do if all agency identified placement options are at capacity, or unwilling to place youth.

H. Family preservation/reunification services are services delivered to the youth and/or family to help the youth and the youth's parents resolve and cope with family problems and disruptive behaviors in order to preserve the youth in his or her family home or to reunite the youth with his or her family. Family preservation services include crisis intervention services, individual and/or family counseling and advocacy.

I. Counseling is provided to youth and families to assist them in resolving or coping with problems or behaviors which adversely affects the youth and impacts his or her ability to adjust to family, school or community as well as in identifying, obtaining and using community resources and services.

J. Advocacy services are provided for youth and their families to assist them in resolving personal family and social/institution problems. Advocacy services include, but are not limited to, activity with the youth which provides emotional support, role modeling, personal and family resource development, accompanying the youth and family to appropriate court appearances and appointments with court personnel and providing or arranging for transportation for a youth.

K. Employment and education assistance are provided to youth in applying for, locating and securing employment and training for employment and in obtaining access to educational programs and achieving educational goals.

L. Access to substance abuse and/or mental health treatment is provided to youth experiencing problems with poly-drug and alcohol abuse and/or mental health issues.

M. Providers must ensure that linkages and referral procedures are formed with other community programs which provide needed services not available to the Provider's own program. Agreements should be established with drug, alcohol, mental health treatment programs, and employment and training programs to assure that youth may be referred and have access to such programs. Copies of these agreements are to be kept on file at the provider agency.

N. Each youth and family served shall have a written case plan established between the Provider and the youth and family served. The case plan will be developed based on the results of the YASI, utilizing the Department's eCornerstone data system. The case plan is individualized to the youth's particular needs and will include goals and outcomes developed with and on behalf of the youth. The case plan will include services necessary to accomplish those goals. Both the YASI and the case plan must be recorded in the eCornerstone system. The case plan must be monitored by a case manager who assumes full responsibility for case management activities. The case plan must be signed and dated by the youth, case manager and available family member and must be kept in the client file. Closing YASI assessments will also be conducted on youth at discharge.

O. Upon notification from the Juvenile Court, the Provider shall either prepare or participate in the preparation of court reports in the manner as approved by the Court. Such reports shall be submitted to the Court and a copy kept in the client's file at the agency.

P. A locked, confidential record keeping system must include a standardized file on all clients. Each client file shall include, but not be limited to supporting documentation for the following:
1. Initial crisis intervention plan , safety plan (if required)
2. Intake information
3. CCBYS Crisis/Safety Assessment, YASI Full Assessment, initial YASI Closing Assessment and any Re-assessments. Additional assessments as appropriate.
4. All placement information including location(s), dates, etc. and either written permission of parent/guardian or a copy of the limited custody agreement
5. Signed and dated case plan
6. Other legal documents and agreements for care, as appropriate, and case notes reflective of the ongoing care and treatment of the youth, and
7. A discharge plan that includes the youth's progress during service and recommendations and measures taken by the Provider for aftercare and follow-up that will ensure family preservation. If family reunification cannot be attained, the plan must contain the reasons for failure to reunify the family and the plan for the youth's living situation and interim objectives that will accomplish an eventual return, if possible.
8. Documentation of 3 and month, 6 month follow-up contact/results per CCBYS program standards.

Q. The timeframes for termination of services are referenced in 89 Ill. Admin. Code 310, Section 16.

R. The Provider will perform criminal background and CANTS checks on all personnel and volunteers, including interns, PRIOR to coming in direct contact with clients.

S. The Provider agrees to send a minimum of one staff representative per program grant to attend mandated regional and/or statewide meetings sponsored by the Department.

T. Any agency staff, volunteers, etc., who transport youth must have available in their personnel file current proof of a valid driver's license and proof of insurance.

U. Each CCBYS Provider will develop/maintain a written Policy and Procedure Manual that contains, at a minimum, the policies/procedures for the following:
1. Emergency procedures for transportation - bad weather practices, accident procedures, driver requirements.
2. Serious illness/medical emergencies, assessing medical care for youth in Temporary Living Arrangements. Taking necessary precautions to guard against contagious and communicable diseases.
3. Procedures for logging and tracking all cases (initial crisis to case termination).
4. Policy regarding services to "Discretionary Population" cases that are supported by CCBYS funding, such as conditions of acceptance, services to be provided, etc.
5. Policy for providing appropriate services to Out-of-State Youth in accordance with the Interstate Compact for Juveniles.
6. Policy for Agency Arranged Placements (AAP - placements arranged without written permission of the parent/guardian) - assuring: limited custody is in place, placement facility is licensed by DCFS, reasonable proximity to youth's homes, maintenance in youth's same school, availability of placement options for special needs or difficult to place youth, and a procedure for what to do if all agency identified placement options are at capacity or unwilling to place youth.
7. Policies regarding implementation of CCBYS Crisis/Safety Screen and Safety Plan development.
8. Providers must ensure that linkages and referral procedures are formed with education and relevant law enforcement agencies within the respective CCBYS service area, e.g. County Sheriff, Probation, and Municipalities. Providers must ensure that all have the appropriate crisis contact information for your CCBYS agency as well as the Department's Statewide Information Line.
9. Maintenance of client confidentiality.
10. Non-traditional (off-site) usage of the Department's eCornerstone data system.
11. Procedure for reporting unusual incidents- maintenance of a log book of incident reports with documentation of contact to the Department, DCFS, etc., as appropriate to the nature of the incident.
12. Procedures for assuring that all staff are trained and updated on local policies and procedures.

V. Annual program plans and budgets are submitted in the format defined by the Department.

W. CCBYS services to each client must be documented using the Department's eCornerstone system.
CCBYS crisis intervention staff are mandated to attend YASI and eCornerstone trainings. The following items and time requirements will be followed:
1. Youth must be enrolled in the eCornerstone data system within 72 hours of the initial contact/ program start date.
2. CCBYS Crisis/Safety Screen must be completed (information gathered to complete at initial contact) and recorded in the eCornerstone data system within 14 days of the initial contact date.
3. Initial Full YASI Assessment must be completed and entered in the eCornerstone data system within 30 days of the initial contact/program start date.
4. The Case Plan must be submitted in the eCornerstone data system within 45 days of initial contact/program start date.
5. Additional assessment information will be recorded into eCornerstone.
6. YASI Closing Assessment must be completed and entered in the eCornerstone data system at the youth's exit from the CCBYS program.
7. YASI Re-assessments must be completed and entered in the eCornerstone data system every 90 days, as necessary. Any YASI Re-assessment may be considered the closing assessment if it is conducted at case closure.
8. Enrollment in the eCornerstone data system must be terminated within 72 hours of exiting the CCBYS program and completion of the YASI Closing Assessment. The case plan must also be closed at this time.
9. Crisis log information will be kept on file. Individual participant information will be maintained in eCornerstone.
10. Total service hours will be reported for each participant in eCornerstone as well as the total number of adults served.
11. Service Delivery Sites and Placement Options will be maintained in eCornerstone.
12. Agency information and program contact information (as well as sub-contractor information) will be maintained in eCornerstone.
13. Participant follow-up information/results will be entered into eCornerstone.

X. Services funded under this grant may not be used to supplement contracted services for known current wards of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.

Y. CCBYS grantees must hold a valid Child Welfare Agency license issued by the Department of Children and Family Services (See 89 IL Admin Code 401, Licensing Standards for Child Welfare Agencies.)

Z. If the Provider subcontracts the direct service delivery of crisis intervention and placement services, the subcontractor, like the Provider, must also hold a valid Child Welfare Agency license issued by the Department of Children and Family Services.

AA. The Provider will remain in compliance with the licensing requirements of the Child Care Act of 1969, as amended, including all applicable rules promulgated by the Department of Children and Family Services pursuant to the Child Care Act with any and all other applicable standards prescribed by State or Federal law or regulations.

BB. The Provider will maintain current, signed linkage agreements that ensure service access and coordination.

2. CCBYS Performance Measures / Standards
100% of CCBYS providers and subcontractors will utilize the CCBYS Program Standards to direct their work.

MANDATORY CASES
1. 100% of youth referred to the program will be enrolled into the eCornerstone data system.
2. 100% of mandatory cases will receive a CCBYS Crisis/Safety Assessment.
3. 80% or greater of mandatory cases will receive a YASI full-screen.
4. 100% of mandatory cases that receive a YASI full-screen will receive an individualized case-plan.
5. 60% of YASI closing reassessments will demonstrate increased protective factors.
6. 100% of mandatory cases that received a YASI full-screen and case-plan will receive a YASI closing reassessment at case termination.
7. 80% of mandatory cases will be in a family/long term living arrangement at the time of case termination.

DISCRETIONARY CASES
1. 100% of youth referred to the program will be enrolled into the eCornerstone data system.
2. 100% of discretionary cases enrolled in eCornerstone for additional services will receive a YASI full-screen.
3. 100% of discretionary cases enrolled in eCornerstone that receive a YASI full-screen will receive an individualized case-plan.
4. 90% of discretionary cases enrolled in eCornerstone will be at medium to high risk according to the YASI full-screen.
5. 60% of YASI closing reassessments will demonstrate increased protective factors.
6. 100% of discretionary cases will receive a YASI closing reassessment at case termination.
Eligibility Requirements
This is a renewal funding opportunity and as such is limited to those public or private, not-for-profit community-based agencies who currently receive funding from the Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Family and Community Services for the implementation of the CCBYS program.

CCBYS grantees must hold a valid Child Welfare Agency license issued by the Department of Children and Family Services (See 89 IL Admin Code 401 Licensing Standards for Child Welfare Agencies.)

Additional Eligibility Requirements can be found in the Funding Notice.
Eligible Applicants
Nonprofit Organizations;
Application and Award Processing
a) Pre-application Coordination.
Applicant agencies may not be eligible for a grant award until they have pre-qualified through the Grant Accountability and Transparency Act (GATA) Grantee Portal, www.grants.illinois.gov. During pre-qualification, Dun and Bradstreet verifications are performed including a check of Debarred and Suspended status and good standing with the Secretary of State. The pre-qualification process also includes a financial and administrative risk assessment utilizing an Internal Controls Questionnaire. If applicable, the agency will be notified that it is ineligible for award as a result of the Dun and Bradstreet verification. The entity will be informed of corrective action needed to become eligible for a grant award.

b) The Application Procedure.
An Application must be submitted in the format required by the Department and in the manner dictated by the Department. Refer to NOFO for detailed information.

c) Award Procedure.
1) An award shall be made pursuant to a written determination based on the evaluation criteria set forth in the grant application and successful completion of finalist requirements.
2) A Notice of State Award (NOSA) will be issued to the Merit Based finalists that have successfully completed all grant award requirement. Based on the NOSA, the Merit Based finalist is positioned to make an informed decision to accept the grant award. The NOSA shall include:
a. The terms and condition of the award.
b. Specific conditions assigned to the grantee based on the fiscal and administrative and programmatic risk assessments.
3) Upon acceptance of the grant award, announcement of the grant award shall be published by the awarding agency to Grants.Illinois.gov.
4) A written Notice of Denial shall be sent to the applicants not receiving awards.

d) Criteria for Selecting Proposals.
Review teams comprised of 3 individuals employed by DHS serving in the Division of Family and Community Services will be assigned to review applications. These review teams, where possible will be comprised of staff within the Bureau or Youth Intervention Services and may include individuals working in the Bureau serving as Government Public Service Interns under contract from the University of Illinois at Springfield.

Applications will first be reviewed and scored individually. Then, team members will collectively review the application, their scores and comments to ensure team members have not missed items within the application that other team members identified. Application highlights and concerns will be discussed. Individual team members may choose to adjust scores to appropriately capture content that may have been missed initially. Scores will then be sent to the application Review Coordinator to be compiled and averaged to produce the final application score.

Proposal Scoring

Application Narratives will be evaluated on the following criteria:
Executive Summary 5 points
Capacity - Agency Qualifications/Organizational Capacity 40 points
Need - Description of Need 5 points
Quality - Description of Program/Services 35 points
Budget & Budget Narrative 15 points
TOTAL 100 POINTS

The application criteria to be reviewed and scored are found in the Proposal Narrative Content section of the NOFO.

In addition to the application final score, consideration may then be given to past performance. Funding decisions will be made based on the quality of your renewal application based on the 100 point scale as described above and will consider past performance if the scoring process produces a tie. Final award decisions will be made by the Director of the Division of Family and Community Services at the recommendation of the Associate Director for the Office of Community and Positive Youth Development. The Department reserves the right to negotiate with successful renewal applicants to cover unserved areas that may result from this process.

e) Appeals.
Refer to DHS Merit Based Review Policy - Appeals Process

f) Renewals.
This program is renewed annually. Grantees are required to update their plan and submit a current year budget.
Assistance Consideration
a) Formula and Matching Requirements
Providers are required to provide in-kind and/or financial match from local public or private resources to supplement the RUR grant. Funds for this grant will be a mixture of state general revenue (GR) and federal funding. Please read carefully below as the match requirement and approved sources are different for State and Federal funds.

State General Revenue (GR) Funds:

The state funding requires a 10% match calculated as follows: GR grant amount x .10 = required match for the GR portion/contract. Example: $100,000 GR RUR Grant = $100,000 x .10 = $10,000 required match.

Approved sources include in-kind or financial match from local public or private resources. This may include federal funding sources but may not include other state funds. By claiming a dollar as match, you will be held accountable for ensuring that the same dollar is not being claimed as match to any other source.

Federal Funds:

The federal portion may not exceed 75% of the total including match. Therefore, a 25% match is required for this federal portion of funds. It is calculated as follows:

Federal grant amount / .75 = total amount that must be documented to meet required match. Subtract the federal grant amount from this and you will have the required match. Example: $100,000 Federal RUR Grant = $100,000 / .75 = $133,333.33. $133,333.33 - $100,000 = required match of $33,333.33.

Approved sources of in-kind and financial cash match include local public or private resources. This match may not include federal funding sources or other state funds. By claiming a dollar as match, you will be held accountable for ensuring that the same dollar is not being claimed as match to any other source and that the source of the match is from approved sources.

Cash Match Sources: The match may be made up of Mental Health Boards, United Way funds, corporations, local taxes, fund raising, revenue generated through client vocational training activities or certification of expenditures by local government.

In-kind Match Sources: The match can include volunteers, under the supervision of qualified staff, that assist in providing direct services, facility space donated for use and provision of direct services program supplies, goods, and services donated to assist in the provision of direct services, equipment loaned or donated for the provision of direct services, direct services of provider staff after normal work hours - these staff must not be associated with the program.

Additional Federal Match Requirements:

Of the 25% match required- a portion must be cash and a portion may be in-kind. A minimum of 10% must be a financial cash match. The remaining amount may be in-kind or financial. The in-kind match may NOT exceed 15%. The 10% and 15% are based on the total grant plus match and are calculated as follows:

1. 10% example: $100,000 Federal RUR Grant = $100,000 / .75 = $133,333.33. $133,333.33 X .10 = minimum required cash match of $13,333.33.
2. 15% example: $100,000 Federal RUR Grant = $100,000 / .75 = $133,333.33. $133,333.33 X .15 = maximum allowed in-kind match of $19,999.99.

b) Maintenance of effort (MOE). General Revenue funding to be issued under a Grant agreement for this program is NOT expected to be used by the Department as TANF MOE.

c) Indirect Cost Rate Requirements:

In order to charge indirect costs to this grant, the applicant organization must have an annually negotiated indirect cost rate agreement (NICRA). There are three types of NICRAs: a) Federally Negotiated Rate. Organizations that receive direct federal funding, may have an indirect cost rate that was negotiated with the Federal Cognizant Agency. Illinois will accept the federally negotiated rate. The organization must provide a copy of the federally NICRA. b) State Negotiated Rate. The organization must negotiate an indirect cost rate with the State of Illinois if they do not have Federally Negotiated Rate or elect to use the De Minimis Rate. The indirect cost rate proposal must be submitted to the State of Illinois within 90 days of the notice of award. c) De Minimis Rate. An organization that has never received a Federally Negotiated Rate may elect a de minimis rate of 10% of modified total direct cost (MTDC). Once established, the de minimis rate may be used indefinitely. The State of Illinois must verify the calculation of the MTDC annually in order to accept the de minimis rate.

Funding allocated under this grant is intended to provide direct services to youth. It is expected that administrative costs, both direct and indirect, will represent a small portion of the overall program budget and may NOT exceed 20% of the total program costs including required match. Administrative means those activities performed by staff and costs which are supportive of and required for project implementation for which there is no direct client contact such as fiscal staff; audit; clerical support; office rent, utilities, insurance; general office equipment etc. Program budgets and narratives will detail how all proposed expenditures are directly necessary for program implementation and will distinguish between Indirect/Direct Administrative and Direct Program expenses. Any budget deemed to include inappropriate or excessive administrative costs will not be approved. At no time may the approved NICRA be exceeded under this agreement – even if it is below the maximum allowed under the award. Documentation will be required to verify the approved NICRA.
Post Assistance Requirements
a) Reports.
1. The Provider will submit monthly expenditure documentation forms in the format prescribed by the Department. The Expenditure Documentation forms must be submitted no later than the 15th of each month for the preceding month by email.
2. The Provider will submit an annual program plan and a detailed program budget and budget narrative to the Department as directed.
3. Monthly and quarterly data reports will be pulled from the eCornerstone data system on or after the 15th of each month. Providers must ensure all youth referred to and served in the Redeploy program are entered into the Departments eCornerstone data system as required to ensure accurate monthly and quarterly reports.
4. Additional annual performance data may be collected as directed by the department and in a format prescribed by the Department.

b) Audits.
Grantee shall be subject to the audit requirements contained in the Single Audit Act Amendments of 1996 (31 USC 7501-7507) and subpart F of 2 CFR Part 200, and the audit rules set forth by the Governor’s Office of Management and Budget. See 30 ILCS 708/65©.

c) Records.
Record retention requirements can be found in CFR 200.333.
Regulations, Guidelines, Literature
Any Regulations, Guidelines, or Literature necessary for program implementation will be provided by the DHS Program Office responsible for managing this program grant at no cost to the provider.
Funding By Fiscal Year
FY 2017 : $33,057,166
FY 2018 : $17,936,726
FY 2019 : $18,624,391
Federal Funding
Notice of Funding Opportunities
Agency IDAward RangeApplication Range
Details19-444-80-0710-01$175000 - $004/04/2018 - 05/14/2018 : 3:00 PM
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FCSYR01046-FCSYR01046YOUTH OUTREACH SERVICES07/01/201906/30/20203,144,350
FCSYR03171-FCSYR03171AUNT MARTHA'S HEALTH AND WELLNESS INC.07/01/201906/30/20202,985,820
FCSYR01039-FCSYR01039Universal Family Connection07/01/201906/30/20202,167,100
FCSYR00991-FCSYR00991Alternatives Incorporated07/01/201906/30/20201,736,980
FCSYR01288-FCSYR01288CHILDREN'S HOME AND AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS07/01/201906/30/20201,271,280