Substance Abuse Grants Fiscal Year 2002-2003

Organizational Capacity

BEST San Mateo
The following grants represent the second phase of the capacity-building initiative, BEST San Mateo, in which San Mateo County treatment providers received resources for project implementation.

Asian-American Recovery Service
$50,000

Daytop California
$50,000

El Centro de Libertad
$50,000

FACES, Inc.
$50,000

Horizon Services
$50,000

Latino Commission
650.244.1444
$50,000

Project Ninety
$50,000

Pyramid Alternatives
650.355.8787
$50,000

Service League of San Mateo County
$50,000

Sitike Counseling Center
650.589.9305
$50,000

Women's Recovery Association
$50,000

YFA Insights
$50,000

BEST Bay Area, Phase 1
The following grants represent the first phase of the capacity-building initiative, BEST Bay Area, in which treatment providers in the San Francisco Bay Area received resources for assessment, evaluation and project planning.

Bayview Hunters Point Foundation for Community Improvement, Inc.
$20,000

Center Point, Inc.
$30,000

East Bay Community Recovery Project
$20,000

Haight Ashbury Free Clinics, Inc.
$30,000

Our Family
707.252.1366
$20,000

Positive Directions Equals Change, Inc.
415.401.0199
$10,000

BEST Bay Area, Phase 2
The following grants represent the second phase of the capacity-building initiative, BEST Bay Area, in which treatment providers in the San Francisco Bay Area received resources for project implementation.

Bayview Hunters Point Foundation for Community Improvement, Inc.
$50,000

Center Point, Inc.
$50,000

East Bay Community Recovery Project
$50,000

Haight Ashbury Free Clinics, Inc.
$50,000

Our Family
707.252.1366
$50,000

Positive Directions Equals Change, Inc.
415.401.0199
$50,000

Systems Change and Education

Institute for the Study of Social Change
$25,000
To produce a briefing paper discussing the costs of services and economic losses attributable to alcohol abuse.

Treatment Expansion

Daytop California
$25,000
To support the development of a nonprofit school for clients of Daytop's adolescent treatment program.

Project Ninety
$58,296
To provide funding for Intermission House, a residential substance abuse program for adolescent males ages 14-18.

Thunder Road
$50,000
To support infrastructure enhancements that will provide a foundation for the quality expansion of adolescent treatment services.

Other

Marin Services for Women
$25,000
To help sponsor a major regional conference, "Weaving the Vision: Research-to-Practice Strategies for the Provision of Quality Women's Substance Abuse Recovery Services."

Ujima Family Recovery Services
$27,900
To fund the hiring of a development director.

Women's Recovery Association
$20,000
To support the New Directions Program that provides vocational support to women in treatment programs.

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