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Social Services Programs Funding gets cut...

by Billy V posted Feb 4 2011 2:12AM

There are a lot of Social Services operations that are going to lose funding because of the cuts to the budget this year and here is the list:  You can read the full article in this mornings Honolulu StarAdvertiser.

 

The Department of Human Services will terminate 41 contracts by March 31. These are the top 10 contracts and their amounts:
» Department of Human Services Social Services Division, positive youth development and family strengthening, $6.2 million
» Department of Defense, About Face program, $3.5 million
» Department of Defense, teen pregnancy prevention, $1.9 million 
» Partners in Development Foundation, Family Literacy Thru Tutu and Me, $1.4 million
» Read Aloud America, $1.4 million
» Department of Defense, Forward March program, $880,000
» Department of Human Services Social Services Division, domestic violence shelter services, $616,000
» State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, arts and cultural education to prevent out-of-wedlock pregnancies, $550,000
» Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, employment core services for low-income populations, $500,000
» Department of Human Services Social Services Division, family strengthening services, $440,000

Programs losing funds

Aside from the top 10 contracts, the Department of Human Services will terminate 31 others by March 31. Here is a list of the remaining contracts to be cut off and their amounts:

» The Institute for Family Enrichment, parenting skills and resource management training, $440,000 
» Partners in Development Foundation, family literacy program, Maui, $366,600
» Office of Youth Services, $352,000
» Women in Need, $300,000
» Parents and Children Together, pregnancy prevention, $199,301
» Susannah Wesley Community Center, teen pregnancy prevention, $163,699
» Susannah Wesley Community Center, home-based parenting and family counseling, $132,000 
» University of Hawaii, Maui dental services for temporary assistance for needy families, $132,000
» Big Brothers Big Sisters, $132,000
» Hawaii Alliance for Community-Based Economic Development, $125,000
» Kokua Kalihi Valley, teen pregnancy prevention, $121,000
» Boys & Girls Club of the Big Island, $90,000
» Institute for Human Services, West Hawaii, $90,000
» Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, positive youth development (robotics), $88,000
» Kualoa-Heeia Ecumenical Youth Project, employment skills, $88,000
» State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, arts and cultural education to prevent out-of-wedlock pregnancies, $88,000
» Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii, $75,000
» Girl Scouts of Hawaii, $75,000
» Girl Scouts of Hawaii (Kauai), $75,000
» Hale Opio Kauai, $75,000
» Kualoa-Heeia Ecumenical Youth (Key) Project, $75,000
» Parents and Children Together, $75,000
» Planned Parenthood, $75,000
» Institute for Human Services, Central Oahu, $75,000
» Hui Malama Learning Center, $73,000
» Maui Youth and Family Services, $73,000
» The Catalyst Group, evaluation of Ke Kama Pono Safe House, $73,000
» Maui Economic Concerns of the Community, $64,000
» Department of Education, teen pregnancy prevention program, $58,337
» Hawaii State Commission on Fatherhood, $44,000
» Department of Education, teen pregnancy prevention program, $19,448

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