Organizational Capacity Building

Mercy Perinatal Recovery Network
$30,000
To fund the hiring of a development director.

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

Asian American Recovery Service
$20,000

Daytop California
$25,000

El Centro de Libertad
$20,000

FACES, Inc.
$28,000

Free at Last
$28,000

Horizon Services
$40,000

Latino Commission
650.244.1444
$20,000

Project Ninety
650.579.7881
$35,000

Pyramid Alternatives
650.355.8787
$20,000

Service League of San Mateo County
$20,000

Sitike Counseling Center
650.589.9305
$20,000

Women's Recovery Association
$30,000

YFA Insights
$20,000

Systems Change and Education

California State University, Long Beach
$20,000
To fund a planning grant to develop Baldridge criteria for substance abuse treatment programs.

Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy Institute
$50,000
To fund the development of a research institute for the County Alcohol and Drug Program Administrators Association of California (CADPAAC).

University of California, San Diego
$140,000
To develop a short-term communications strategy for Proposition 36.

$17,075
To fund an educational video capturing interviews with recovering addicts to inform and inspire others with their success stories.

University of California, San Francisco
$10,000
To perform a start-up evaluation of Proposition 36 for San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties, in partnership with the San Francisco Foundation.

Other

Center for Human Development
$15,000
To fund an emergency grant to assist in the continuation of a summer camp for low-income youth in Richmond, California.

Center Point
$25,000
To assist in the purchase of a dedicated vehicle for the adolescent program.

East Bay Community Recovery Project
$50,000
To assist in capital improvements to the family treatment facility.