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FY 2012 Grants Award to Non-Profit Agencies

Title Description Amount Funding Period
Barney Neighborhood House Lead Agency Comprehensive assessment, case management, caregivers' support, wellness center services, congregate and home delivered meals, counseling, health promotion, nutrition counseling, nutrition education, recreation and transportation. $2,225,281 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
Christian Communities Group Homes, Inc. Group home services and city-wide age-in-place program. $159,369 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
Downtown Cluster's Day Care Geriatric day care services, and caregiver's respite/supplemental services. $359,653 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
East River Family Strengthening Collaborative Comprehensive assessment, case management, congregate and home delivered meals, counseling, health promotion, nutrition counseling, nutrition education, city-wide weekend nutrition program, wellness center program, recreation, and caregivers' respite services. $1,102,116 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
Family Matters of Washington, D.C. Ward 2 Lead Agency Comprehensive assessment, case management, congregate and home delivered meals, counseling, health promotion, nutrition counseling, nutrition education, recreation/socialization, caregivers' respite, supplemental transportation, Asian Senior Center services, Oasis Senior Center for the Homeless. $929,158 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
Family Matters of Washington, D.C. Ward 6 Lead Agency Comprehensive assessment, case management, congregate and home delivered meals, counseling, health promotion, nutrition counseling, nutrition education, recreation/socialization,caregivers' respite, caregivers case management, and transportation. $542,054 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
Family Matters of Washington, D.C. Ward 8 Lead Agency Comprehensive assessment, case management, counseling, congregate and home delivered meals, nutrition counseling, nutrition education, services for the deaf and hard of hearing, recreation/socialization and transportation. $522,108 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
Family Matters of Washington, D.C. Senior Services, Senior Works, Golden Washingtonian Comprehensive assessment, case management, counseling, elder abuse prevention, caregiver's support, caregiver's respite/ supplemental, special events, senior employment and training program. $1,377,198 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
First Baptist Senior Center Counseling, health promotion, recreation/socialization and transportation. $197,819 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
George Washington University Health Insurance Counseling Program Health insurance counseling, outreach, education and enrollment assistance to help Medicare beneficiaries in applying for Medicate savings program. $263,216 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
Home Care Partners, Inc. Homemaker services, Alcare services, caregiver institute training, caregiver education, spring cleaning/respite subsidies, Therapeutic engagement/compassionate Touch project and caregivers respite escort services for transportation. $2,303,827 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
Howard University School of Social Work Staff development and training for DCOA Network Staff. $93,000 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
IONA Senior Services Lead Agency Congregate and home delivered meals, counseling, geriatric day care program, health promotion, nutrition counseling, nutrition education, transportation, case assessment, case management, recreation/socialization. $706,076 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
Legal Counsel for the Elderly Legal services, legal services developer, ombudsman program, advocacy. $718,038 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
Mary Center for Bernice Fonteneau Senior Wellness Center Wellness Center program, medication management and disease prevention/health promotion. $322,521 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
Providence Health Foundation Congress Heights Wellness Center program services, medication management, disease prevention and health promotion. $302,892 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
Providence Health Foundation Model Cities Wellness Center program services, medication management, disease prevention and health promotion. $309,123 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
Seabury Resources for the Aging Congregate and home delivered meals, counseling, nutrition counseling, nutrition education, transportation, comprehensive assessment, case management, recreation/socialization, caregiver respite/supplemental services and senior center services for the blind and visually impaired elderly. $599,753 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
SOME, Shelter for The Abused Elderly Temporary shelter in emergency situations, counseling, information, referrals and follow-up. $156,891 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
SOME, Senior Center Counseling, health promotion, recreation/socialization and transportation. $98,472 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
SOME, Caregivers Program Volunteer support services homebound disabled seniors via light housekeeping, yard work, monthly food delivery, reading and letter writing. $65,457 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
Terrific, Inc.Ward 1 Lead Agency Comprehensive assessment, case management, counseling, congregate and home delivered meals, health promotion, nutrition counseling, nutrition education, transportation, recreation/socialization,caregivers respite services. $297,599 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
VIDA Senior Center Counseling, health promotion, nutrition counseling, nutrition education, transportation and recreation/socialization. $289,860 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
University of the District of Columbia Institute of Gerontology Respite and Bodywise programs. $176,700 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
Washington, D.C. Jewish Community Center Congregate Kosher meals land transportation of meals. $48,825 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012
Zion Baptist Enterprises, Inc. Geriatric day care, health promotion and recreation/socialization. $135,091 Oct 1, 2011–Sep 30, 2012