Housing Assistance and Supportive Services in Memphis. ATTACHMENT D: Funding Streams in Memphis

01/05/2013

 

Source: Tracking Accountability in Government Grants System (TAGGS)

Fiscal Year

Recipient Name

Organization Type

Award Title

HHS Agency

Award Amount

2011

Baptist Memorial College of Health Sciences

Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations

Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students

Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

$21,371

2011

Children's Bureau Inc. Porter-Leath Children Center

Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations

Basic Center Program

Administration for Children and Families (ACF)

$133,517

2011

Children's Bureau Inc. Porter-Leath Children Center

Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations

Early Head Start

ACF

$1,104,243

2011

Christ Community Health Services Inc.

Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations

Health Center Cluster

HRSA

$2,876,866

2011

Christian Brothers University

Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations

Mid-South Coalition for Minority Health International Research Training

National Institutes of Health (NIH)

$242,208

2011

Grace Medical Inc.

Private Profit (Small Business) Organization

Molded Hydrogel Tympanic Membrane Repair Constructs

NIH

$157,910

2011

Le Bonheur Community Outreach

Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations

Supporting Evidence Based Home Visitation Program To Prevent Child Maltreatment

ACF

$1,995,412

2011

Memphis and Shelby County Department of Health

County Government

Project Motivated Offenders Succeeding Tomorrow

ACF

$797,809

2011

Memphis and Shelby County Department of Health

County Government

Healthy Start Initiative: Eliminating Disparities in Perinatal Health

HRSA

$692,691

2011

Memphis City Board of Education

City Government

Memphis City Schools: YRBS, HIV Prevention and Asthma Case Management

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

$266,387

2011

Memphis City Board of Education

City Government

Affordable Care Act (ACA) Grants for School Based Health Centers Capital Program

HRSA

$499,167

2011

Memphis Health Center

Non-Profit Public Non-Government Organizations

Health Center Cluster

HRSA

$3,192,451

2011

Memphis State University

State Government

ADVANCED EDUCATION NURSING GRANTS

HRSA

$262,500

2011

Memphis State University

State Government

ADVANCED EDUCATION NURSING TRAINEESHIP

HRSA

$34,776

2011

Memphis State University

State Government

FAMILY-ENHANCED COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY FOR COMORBID PTSD AND ALCOHOL ABUSE.

NIH

$154,376

2011

Memphis State University

State Government

VOCAL EXPLORATION AND INTERACTION IN THE EMERGENCE OF SPEECH

NIH

$584,315

2011

Memphis State University

State Government

EFFECTIVENESS OF BASIC AND PREMIUM HEARING AID FEATURES FOR OLDER ADULTS

NIH

$292,294

2011

Memphis State University

State Government

ASSESSMENT OF PSYCHOSTIMULANT ADDICTION RISK FOLLOWING DEVELOPMENTAL PCB EXPOSURE

NIH

$249,000

2011

Memphis State University

State Government

CELLULAR DETERMINANTS OF AH RECEPTOR SIGNALING

NIH

310,866

2011

Memphis State University

State Government

CEREBELLAR MODULATION OF FRONTAL CORTICAL FUNCTION

NIH

$309,686

2011

Memphis State University

State Government

MEMPHIS STEPS (SUICIDE, TRAINING, EDUCATION, AND PREVENTION SERVICES)

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

$100,000

2011

Molecular Design International Inc.

Private Profit (Small Business) Organization

NOVEL TOPICAL THERAPY FOR DIABETIC RETINOPATHY USING BETA-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR AGO

NIH

$108,399

2011

Nursing Institute of the Mid-South, Inc

Non-Profit Public Non-Government Organizations

Nurse Education Practice and Retention

HRSA

$322,165

2011

Qsource

Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations

TENNESSEE HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY REGIONAL EXTENSION CENTER

Office of Public Health and Science (DHHS/OS)

$568,283

2011

Regional Medical Center at Memphis

Non-Profit Public Non-Government Organizations

Early Intervention Services

HRSA

$951,605

2011

Shelby County Government

County Government

 

ACF

$23,856,294

2011

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

Non-Profit Private Non-Governmental Organization

 

CDC/HRSA

$1,198,693

2011

Shelby County Division of Community Services

County Government

Ryan White Heart HIV Emergency Relief Program

HRSA

$6,880,118

2011

Translational Sciences

Private Profit (Small Business) Organization

Reducing Stroke by a Novel Clot Reducing Antibody

NIH

$300,000

2011

University of Tennessee Center for the Health Sciences

State Government

 

ACF/FDA/NIH/CDC./ AHRQ (Agency For Health Care Research and Quality)/HRSA

$5,009,137

2011

Youth Villages Inc

Non-Profit Private Non-Government Organizations

Basic Center Program

ACF

$100,000

 

 

Source: USAspending.gov

Fiscal Year

Recipient Name

Type of Spending

HHS Agency

Award Amount

2011

FedEx Corporation

Contract

Indian Health Service (HIS)

$9,096

2011

NEXAIR LLC

Contract

Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

$21,498

2011

Service Master Holding Corporations

Contract

HIS

$140

2011

University of Memphis

Grant

National Institutes of Health (NIH)

876,609

2011

University of Memphis

Contract

NIH

$30,000

2011

Chesney MD Russel W

Contract

NIH

$25,000

2011

Genome Explorations

Contract

NIH

$425,949

2011

Grace Medical

Grant

NIH

$157,910

2011

MedNet Locator

Contract

NIH

$7,125

2011

MGT Computer Controls

Contract

CDC

$6,000

2011

Molecular Design

Grant

NIH

$108,399

2011

Process and Power Inc

Contract

FDA

$5,950

2011

Shelby County

Grant

Administration for Children and Families (ACF)

$797,809

2011

Smith and Nephew PLC

Contract

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (ASH)

$5,224

 

Source: Find Youth Info

Recipient

Program Title

Funding Agency

CHRIST COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES, INC.

Community-Based Abstinence Education (CBAE)

ACF

Le Bonheur Community Outreach

Child Abuse and Neglect Discretionary Activities

ACF

Shelby County Division of Corrections

Healthy Marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants

ACF

CHILDRENS BUREAU INC PORTER-LEATH CHILDREN C

Basic Center Grant

ACF

Shelby County Division of Corrections

Healthy Marriage Promotion and Responsible Fatherhood Grants

ACF

Le Bonheur Community Outreach

Coordinated Services and Access to Research for Women, Infants, Children, and Youth

HRSA

Le Bonheur Community Outreach

Maternal and Child Health Federal Consolidated Programs

HRSA

ST JUDE CHILDREN`S RESEARCH HOSPITAL

Sickle Cell Treatment Demonstration Program

HRSA

MEMPHIS & SHELBY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

Healthy Start Initiative

HRSA

MEMPHIS HEALTH CENTER

Consolidated Health Centers

HRSA

MIDTOWN MENTAL HEALTH CENTER

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services – Projects of Regional and National Significance

SAMHSA

MEMPHIS CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION

Cooperative Agreements to Support Comprehensive School Health Programs to Prevent the Spread of HIV and Other Important Health Problems

CDC

 

 

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[1] U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Decennial Census.

[2] U.S. Census Bureau, 2011 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates, Table DP03.

[3] U.S. Census Bureau, 2011 American community Survey 1-year Estimates, Table DP05.

[4] Urban Strategies is a non-profit that provides supportive services in partnership with community revitalization initiatives nationwide. See http://www.urbanstrategiesinc.org/.

[5] A long-standing, Memphis-area, Christian faith-based, service-provider targeting children, single mothers, and families.

[6] The data on former Lamar Terrace and Cleaborn Homes residents were extracted from the case management data system in April 2012, and the data on former Dixie Homes residents were extracted in October 2011. However active case management for Lamar Terrace and Dixie Homes relocatees ended in 2008 and 2011, respectively, so many of these records have not been updated in years. For these cases, we used the last available information Memphis HOPE could provide on location, demographics, services, and income for each household or resident.

[7] The data extract included all Memphis households either receiving vouchers for the first time or undergoing annual recertification between March 2011 and February 2012. Data provided information on location, household size, and demographics of head of household.

[8] This number may be higher in reality than the available data show, as these developments are new and the Lamar Terrace and Dixie Homes relocatee data were only updated as long as the relocatees remained in case management.

[9] Only 10 percent of voucher-holding households are HOPE VI relocatees.

[10] See for example Popkin, Levy and Buron 2009; and Comey, Popkin, and Franks 2012.

[11] At new HOPE VI developments, public housing residents who are not elderly or disabled are subject to requirements to work full-time (at least 30 hours per week) in order to qualify and remain qualified for the public housing unit.

[12] “Current” means that the clients are considered in the active caseload. Those who are not current are original residents from one of the three HOPE VI caseloads included in this study, who are no longer in the active caseload. Clients are removed from the active caseload for a range of reasons, including by choice (for those who do not wish to return to a new HOPE VI development), because they are out of contact (discontinued phone numbers, moved, etc.), and from being evicted and removed from caseload because of violations.

[13] U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census.

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