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Alabama's DCANP Sustainability Meeting 2011 | District 4
Alabama's DCANP Sustainability Meeting 2011 | District 4
Alabama's DCANP Sustainability Meeting 2011 | District 4
Alabama's DCANP Sustainability Meeting 2011 | District 4
Alabama's DCANP Sustainability Meeting 2011 | District 4
Alabama's DCANP Sustainability Meeting 2011 | District 4
Alabama's DCANP Sustainability Meeting 2011 | District 4
Alabama's DCANP Sustainability Meeting 2011 | District 4
Alabama's DCANP Sustainability Meeting 2011 | District 4
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Alabama's DCANP Sustainability Meeting 2011 | District 4

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Alabama's Department of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Sustainability Meeting, District 4.

Alabama's Department of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Sustainability Meeting, District 4.

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  • 1. Sustainability MeetingCongressional Dist. 4<br />Alabama Department of Child Abuse Prevention<br />“Children’s Trust Fund”<br />
  • 2. Budget Breakdown<br />FY 2011<br />FY 2012<br /><ul><li> General Fund $1,059,143
  • 3. Education Trust Fund 1,535,956
  • 4. Children First Trust Fund 2,370,625
  • 5. CBCAP 467,116
  • 6. MCOP 1,500,000
  • 7. TANF 1,140,000
  • 8. Permanent Trust 20,000
  • 9. Specialty Tags 75,000
  • 10. Total $8,167,840
  • 11. General Fund $272,755
  • 12. Education Trust Fund 1, 151,967
  • 13. Children First Trust Fund 2,436,340
  • 14. CBCAP 382,430
  • 15. MCOP 0
  • 16. TANF 1,072,220
  • 17. Permanent Trust 20,000
  • 18. Specialty Tags 75,000
  • 19. Total $5,410,712
  • 20. Difference $2,757,128</li></li></ul><li>Grant Award Breakdown<br />$3,365,449<br /> -602,161 (CAC)<br />____________<br />$2,763,338<br />
  • 21. Grant Award Breakdown<br />$2,763,338<br /> - 974,745 (TANF)<br />__________<br />$1,788,593<br />
  • 22. Grant Award Breakdown<br />$ 1,788,593<br /> -760,900 (Home Visitation)<br />______________<br />$ 1,027,693<br />
  • 23. Grant Year Comparisons<br />2010-2011<br />2011-2012<br />2010 - $710,500<br />Difference: $367,306<br />Reduction: 52%<br />Programs 2010: 21<br />2011 – $343,194<br />Programs 2011: 12<br />
  • 24. Diminished Capacity and Number of Children and Families Affected:<br />2010<br />2011-2012<br />Total Served:<br />6,128<br />Diminished Capacity:<br />3,893<br />
  • 25. Programs Affected:<br />BBBS of Northeast Alabama – Children of Adversity; Calhoun and Talladega<br />BBBS of Northeast Alabama – Children of Adversity; Cherokee and Etowah <br />BBBS of Northeast Alabama - Mentoring Children of Prisoners<br />Brooks Place, CAC – Making a Difference<br />CAC of Marshall County – Family Wellness<br />CAC of Marshall County - SCAN<br />
  • 26. Programs Affected<br />DeKalb County CAC – Parent Education<br />DeKalb County CAC – School Based At-Risk<br />Etowah County BOE – Transition Specialist<br />Franklin County CPS – PEP; Parent Enrichment<br />Gadsden City BOE – Project Safe Kids<br />Thirteenth Place, Inc. PEACE<br />
  • 27. Where do we go from here?<br /><ul><li>How do we remain organized in our efforts to track the impact of service reduction the community?
  • 28. How can we transition our clients into existing programs and services?
  • 29. Where can we support each other and search of funding?
  • 30. How do we keep our volunteer base and prevent the critical loss of volunteer capacity in the system?
  • 31. How do we keep our stakeholders involved and communicate the loss effectively?</li>

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