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Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Notice of intent to issue 35 OPDIV-Initiated Supplements.
ACF, ORR, Division of Refugee Health announces the intent to award 35 OPDIV-Initiated Supplements in amounts ranging from $23,500 to $95,569 to grantees providing direct services funded through the Services for Survivors of Torture Program. See Table 1 below for more details on the supplement awards.
The proposed period of support for the supplements begins on September 30, 2020, and ends on September 29, 2021.
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Curi Kim, Division Director, Division of Refugee Health, Office of Refugee Resettlement, 330 C Street SW, Washington, DC, 20201. Telephone: 202-401-5585. Email: email@example.com.
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The supplements will be allocated to (1) make grantee award amounts whole (equal to their original requested amount); (2) provide a $23,500 increase to all grantees; and (3) provide an increase to two grantees in areas of highest need with the largest waiting lists: Texas and New York. The table below shows the grantees' organization name, location, and supplemental award amount.
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|Organization name||City||State||Supplement amount|
|Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services||Dearborn||MI||$36,869|
|Asian Americans for Community Involvement, Center for Survivors of Torture||San Jose||CA||23,500|
|Bethany Christian Services, Center for Healing Torture Trauma||Grand Rapids||MI||31,409|
|Bilingual International Assistance Services||St. Louis||MO||47,912|
|Boston Medical Center, Boston Center for Refugee Health and Human Rights||Boston||MA||53,231|
|Catholic Charities Corporation||Cleveland||OH||53,166|
|Center for Survivors of Torture||Dallas||TX||90,989|
|Connecticut Institute for Refugees and Immigrants||Bridgeport||CT||23,500|
|Gulf Coast Jewish Family and Community Services, Florida Center for Survivors of Torture||Clearwater||FL||23,500|
|Heartland Alliance International, Marjorie Kovler Center||Chicago||IL||53,231|
|HIAS, Capital Area Healing Coalition||Silver Spring||MD||84,083|
|International Rescue Committee in Colorado||New York||NY||23,500|
|International Rescue Committee in Arizona||New York||NY||53,231|
|Lutheran Community Services Northwest, Northwest Health and Human Rights||Seatac||WA||53,015|
|Lutheran Social Services Rocky Mountains, Southwest Program for Survivors of Torture in New Mexico||Denver||CO||23,500|
|Nationalities Service Center, Philadelphia Partnership for Resilience Collaborative||Philadelphia||PA||53,229|
|New York City Health & Hospitals, Bellevue Hospital, Program for Survivors of Torture||New York||NY||79,110|
|New York City Health & Hospitals, Bellevue Hospital, Torture Treatment Coalition||New York||NY||23,500|
|New York City Health & Hospitals, Elmhurst Hospital, Libertas Center for Human Rights||New York||NY||23,500|
|Northern Virginia Family Service, Program for Survivors of Torture and Trauma||Oakton||VA||28,652|
|Oregon Health & Science University, Torture Treatment Center of Oregon||Portland||OR||78,267|
|Program for Torture Victims||Los Angeles||CA||23,500|
|Program for Torture Victims in Orange County||Los Angeles||CA||23,500|
|Survivors of Torture, International||San Diego||CA||23,500|
|The Center for Victims of Torture in Georgia||St. Paul||MN||23,500|
|The Center for Victims of Torture||St. Paul||MN||53,231|
|The University of California, San Francisco Trauma Recovery Center, Survivors International||San Francisco||CA||23,500|
|Torture Abolition and Survivors Support Coalition International||Washington||DC||52,887|
|Utah Health and Human Rights Project||Salt Lake City||UT||79,809|
|Vermont Psychological Services, New England Survivors of Torture and Trauma||Burlington||VT||53,239|
|Jewish Family Services of Western NY||Buffalo||NY||74,401|
|Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center||Boise||ID||62,879|
|Partnership for Trauma Recovery||Berkeley||CA||71,878|
|University of Louisville Research Foundation||Louisville||KY||95,557|
|Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles||Los Angeles||CA||95,569|
Statutory Authority: Torture Victims Relief Act of 1998, section 5(a), Public Law 105-320, 22 U.S.C. 2152 note.
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Senior Grants Policy Specialist, Division of Grants Policy, Office of Administration.
[FR Doc. 2020-12564 Filed 6-9-20; 8:45 am]
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