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ICTF Multi-Year Grant Recipients

Cycle3 Multi Year Grant Recipients - 2010-2013
Catholic Charities: Powerful Families Nampa, Idaho $40,000
HelpInc: El Valor de los Padres (The Value of Parents) Idaho Falls, Idaho $40,000
Elks Rehab/St. Michael’s Cathedral : Nurturing Parenting Boise, Idaho $40,000
Bright Tomorrows: South East Idaho Coalition (Stewards of Children) Pocatello, Idaho $40,000
Cycle 2 Multi Year Grant Recipients - 2008-2010
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Social Services Program Keeping Native Kids Safe Project $40,000
ICARE Children and Family Project Nurturing Fathers & Rural Parents $40,000
Mercy Medical Center First Steps For a Healthy Start ~ Community Outreach Initiative $40,000
Easter Seals-Goodwill Northern Rocky Mountain Play and Language for Autistic Youngsters (P.L.A.Y.) Project $40,000
Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children Strengthening Families $40,000
ICTF Multi-Year Grant Recipients Cycle 1, 2005 - 2008
Moscow: Families Together for People with Disabilities / Native American Parent Education Project

This project will develop and implement a Parent Education program for Native American parents who have a young child with a disability or behavior disorder to provide parents training on behavior management and parenting the challenging child. The education program will be developed in conjunction with the Nez Perce Tribe so that all services will be culturally appropriate.

$40,000

Idaho Falls: Help Inc., Child Abuse Prevention Center / El Valor de los Padres (The Value of Parents)

This project is an innovative program combining teaching Spanish speaking parents English as a Second Language (ESL) with parenting support and information to prevent child abuse and neglect. The designed curriculum is meant for school districts to implement as a statewide model.

$40,000

McCall: Shepherd's Home, Inc. / Parenting Partners ~ Building Stronger Families with Respite, Education and Support

This is a three year, three part program that will prevent child abuse and neglect by providing a network of support for struggling parents. Part one provides parents with access to no-cost, high-quality respite care for the children; part two provides parenting tools and skills for parents through education, and part three provides rural parents with an ongoing source of support through newsletters, a resource library, and the formation of local parenting support groups.

$40,000

Coeur d'Alene: Panhandle Health District 1 / High Risk Infant Toddler Home Visiting Program

This essential child abuse and neglect prevention program will serve families in the five northern rural counties of Idaho. Experienced Public Health Nurses provide home visits to families of infants and toddlers identified as medically fragile, developmentally delayed, at-risk for abuse or neglect, or who were born prematurely. The home visits provide parents with education, information and resources to help build healthy families.

$40,000

Moscow: Young Children and Family Programs of the Palouse (YCFP) / High Risk Parent Education

High Risk Parent Education is an intensive home visiting service for families with children prenatal through age 13 most at-risk for abuse and neglect. Services will be enhanced by consultation with a local psychologist and a simple library of parenting videos.

$40,000

 

ICTF Annual Grant Recipients

Annual Grant Recipients 2009 - 2010
St. Vincent de Paul Salvage Bureau/ ICARE Stewards of Children: Child Sexual Abuse prevention education for youth serving organizations $4,999
Benewah County Community Coalition: Focus on Children Parent Education Program Parenting classes for parents involved in divorce, custody or paternity related issues $3,885
The Salvation Army Baby Haven: Incentive-based women and parent class to make healthy decisions $4,999
Friends of Children and Families, Inc: Collaborative CSA prevention education for parents and staff Talking About Touching & Stewards of Children  $4,996
Easter-Seal-Goodwill Northern Rocky Mountain Corrections Reentry Services: Nurturing Parenting and CSA for parents preparing to leave prison $4,999
St. Luke's Center for Community Health Familias Saludables/Healthy Families: Parenting education, annual health fair to our Spanish speaking community, aerobics classes $3,000
Family Services Alliance Of Southeast Idaho Strengthening Bonds Between teen Parents and their Children: PAT curriculum $4,999
Bannock Youth Foundation Nurturing Parenting Program for Prenatal Families $4,443
Bright Tomorrows Child Advocacy Center/Family Safety Network CSA: ID Initiative Phase 1: Stewards of Children facilitator training $6,000
Annual Grant Recipients 2008 - 2009
Families Together for People with Children Who Challenge Parenting Program Parenting program for families with children with disabilities $4,999
ICARE Extending Our Reach Circle of Parents Groups $2,500
Kellogg School District #391 Silver Valley Nurturing Parenting Nurturing Parenting community based & age encompassing $2,650
Mountain States Early Head Start Nurturing Parenting Program Nurturing Parenting Program community based $4,999
Catholic Charities Family & Children Services El Valor de los Padres  $4,999
ROSE Advocates Parenting "Present & Prevent" Combining "Present and Prevent" with parenting classes  $2,850
Valley Crisis Center Nurturing Parenting Program Offer Nurturing Parenting Program $4,999
Friends of Children and Families, Inc Educating Parents and Staff to Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect Training for staff & families on "Talking About Touching" & "Stewards of Children" $4,992.50
St. Luke's Center for Community Health Familias Saludables/Healthy Families Provide free parenting education, health lectures/support group,and an annual health fair to our Spanish speaking community $4,829
South Central Head Start - College of Southern Idaho Nurturing Attitude, Skills & Knowledge (ASK) Project Nurturing Fathers and Nuturing Skills for Parenting  $4,200
Bright Tomorrows Child Advocacy Center Stewards of Children Training Provide 24 Stewards of Children trainings $4,999
Help Inc. Foundations for Fathers Parenting education & support to fathers $4,999
ICTF Mini Grant Recipients 2007 – 2008
Parents Reaching Out to Parents "Abuse & Neglect Awareness Program for High Risk Families" $3,000.00
Kellogg School District #391 Nurturing Families $3,000.00
ICARE Children & Family Advocacy Center Stewards of Children in Northern Idaho $3,000.00
Advocates Against Family Violence, Inc. Developing Capable People $3,000.00
The Family Place Family Resource Center $3,000.00
Friends of Children & Families, Inc. Parents and Staff: Teaming Together to Prevent Child Abuse & Neglect $3,000.00
St. Luke's Center for Community Health Familias Saludables/Healthy Families $3,000.00
Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation Indian Child Welfare Conference 2007  $3,000.00
Nampa School District #131 Ser Padres con Amor y Logica $6,000.00
ICTF Mini Grant Recipients 2006 – 2007
5 County Juvenile Detention & Rehabilitation Center, St. Anthony Real Life Baby Parenting Course $2,294
BabySteps at St. Michael's Episcopal Cathedral, Boise Community Collaboration Building & Volunteer Training $2,500
Family Advocate Program, Inc., Boise Parenting with Love & Logic $2,500
Family Safety Network, Driggs Decreasing Child Sexual Abuse Through Prevention Education $2,500
Family Services Alliance of Southeast Idaho, Pocatello Positive Parenting Classes at Pocatello Women's Correctional Center $2,500
Garden Valley School District #71, Garden Valley Preschool Parent Education: Nurturing Parenting Program $2,500
Gritman Medical Center, Moscow WINGS - Working in Networks to Gain Strength $2,493
H&W Infant Toddler Program, Nampa Positive Parenting Solutions $2,446
ICARE - Children & Family Advocacy Center, Coeur d’Alene Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun & Nurturing Father's Program $2,500
Idaho's Heart Services & Education, Inc., Boise Circle of Parents $2,000
Independent School District #1, Lewiston Becoming a Love & Logic Parent $2,500
Kretzmann Family Consulting, Grangeville Online Parenting Classes $2,500
Lemhi's Promise and The Mahoney Family Center, Salmon Parent Support Group for At-Risk Families $2,500
Northern Rocky Mountain Easter Seals Society, Inc., Nampa Love & Logic and Nurturing Fathers Parenting Programs $2,332
Palouse Industries – Young Children & Families Program, Moscow Circle of Parents Support Group $2,500
St. Luke's Center for Community Health, Hailey Familias Saludables/Healthy Families $2,460
Valley Crisis Center and Nampa Family Justice Center, Nampa Safe Parents, Safe Children $4,995
ICTF Mini Grant Recipients 2005 – 2006

Moscow: Gritman Medical Center / FIRST STEPS Program

FIRST STEPS is a nationally recognized child abuse prevention program offering parenting support, education and referral resources to all parents. The process includes a specially trained volunteer that visits in the hospital birthing center with the parents and provides them with an educational Expecting Baby or Welcome Baby packet filled with information, community resources, a developmental calendar, a child's book, song booklet and book of rhymes. The volunteer offers three months of follow-up information to parents via phone calls and mailings.

$2,500

Coeur d'Alene: ICARE, Children and Family Advocacy Center / Love & Logic Parenting Classes

Love & Logic Parenting Classes will be offered to the rural areas of Athol, Hauser, Post Falls, Rathdrum and Spirit Lake.

$2,500

Coeur d'Alene: Parents Reaching Out to Parents / Abuse and Neglect Awareness Program for High Risk Families

This project will help families of children who have disabilities (physical, mental, emotional) be aware of the many types of abuse and neglect that take place in their day to day living. Groups for family members will provide support and enhance the community resources and services that are available.

$2,500

Boise: Family Advocate Program / CASA Training for Volunteer Attorneys

This project will provide a series of three training sessions for attorneys who want more knowledge about the Child Protection System (CPS) in order to recruit volunteer attorneys for the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program.

$2,500

Boise: Idaho's Heart / Idaho Child Abuse Prevention Coalition Blue Ribbon Campaign

This project will fund the Blue Ribbon Campaign during April; National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The blue ribbon will be attached to a card explaining the significance of the ribbon and tips for addressing child abuse.

$2,500

Boise: Neighborhood Housing Services / Homeward Bound

NHS will purchase a curriculum for parenting classes for its Homeward Bound families. Homeward Bound provides transitional housing and supportive services to homeless and at-risk families. A key component of the program is providing parents with the skills and resources they need to raise healthy children.

$2,500

Boise: Jackie Matlick / Facilitator Training for the Nurturing Parenting Program

This project will provide a three day facilitator training to interested individuals who will then be prepared to deliver the Nurturing Parenting Program to consumers. The Nurturing Parenting Program is a research-based child abuse prevention parent education and family skills training.

$2,500

Boise: St. Michael's Episcopal Church / Promoting Maternal Mental Health During Pregnancy: Community Collaboration & Training

This will fund a program of pre-service and in-service training for professionals and paraprofessionals who work with pregnant women, infants and families at Baby Steps and partner agencies, focusing on maternal mental health.

$2,500

Twin Falls: Magic Valley Regional Medical Center / NuParent Developmental Program

This project will expand NuParent services to the Hispanic community in collaboration with South Central Head Start / PAT Programs. NuParent Developmental is a unique parent and child educational/developmental program that encourages parents to bond with their children while honoring cultural diversity.

$2,500

Buhl: Donna Stalley & Kathy Waggoner / Teaching Nurturing Parenting Skills to Families

The Nurturing Parenting Program provides training on developmental expectations, empathy, behavior management and self-awareness in order to encourage appropriate behaviors. The facilitators will hold classes for high-risk families in the Buhl area.

$2,402

Hailey: St. Luke's Center for Community Health / Familias Saludables (Healthy Families)

The project provides free parenting education and resources to Spanish speaking persons in the Wood River Valley through parenting classes and an annual health fair.

$2,500

Twin Falls: South Central Head Start / Nurturing Fathers Program

Three sessions of the Nurturing Fathers Program will be offered to Head Start dads and the general community in order to cultivate and support male nurturance for children and reduce child abuse. One session will be for Spanish speakers, and all attendees will receive one CSI college credit in the field of Early Childhood Education.

$2,500

Driggs: Aspen Center Rehabilitation and Counseling / The Parent Project

Parent Project helps parents reduce family conflict, improve school performance and attendance, identify and intervene with drug/alcohol use, intercede in negative peer associations, set more effective limits and apply appropriate consequences.

$2,489

Driggs: Family Safety Network / Baby & Me for Young Moms y Madres Latinas

Baby & Me is an educational support group providing knowledge to new mothers about how to both physically and emotionally care for their babies. Sessions will be offered in both English and Spanish. Baby & Me is a prevention program that raises awareness to keep abuse and neglect from occurring for the first time in a family by focusing on age appropriate parenting.

$2,500

Preston: Franklin County Medical Center / Shaken Baby Prevention Program

This project will address Shaken Baby Syndrome through early education of new and soon-to-be parents. A night class covering this information will be added to the hospital's already existing Childbirth Education classes.

$2,310

Pocatello/Chubbuck: Head Start / Second Choices: Systems and Tools for Working with Children & Blended Families

This is a two day symposium with the objective of making area agencies and parents aware of the unique needs of stepfamilies, as well as the enormous number of families in the area with these needs. They will learn which families are at higher risk for domestic violence, child abuse and neglect. The value of father involvement will also be stressed. Attendees will be given information to assist in serving this population, as well as resources for additional training.

$2,500
ICTF Mini Grant Recipients 2004 – 2005

ICARE (Idaho Child Abuse Response & Education), Coeur d'Alene

Parenting Classes

$8,000

Independent School District # 1, Lewiston

Becoming a Love and Logic Parent

$5,300

Panhandle Health District, Coeur d'Alene

High Risk Infant/Toddler Program

$8,000

YCFP (Young Children and Family Programs of the Palouse), Moscow

High Risk Parent Education

$8,000

Grace Episcopal Church, Nampa

Open Arms Baby Boutique

$7,000

Neighborhood Housing Services, Boise

Homeward Bound

$8,000

PAYADA (Parents & Youth Against Drug Abuse), Boise

Parenting Challenge

$6,992

St. Luke's Health Foundation, Boise

Infant Comfort Kits to Prevent Child Abuse

$6,000

Terry Reilly Health Services, Boise

Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Education

$6,992

The Family Place, Payette

Family Fun Nights

$3,600

Family Safety Network, Driggs

Baby & Me

$7,169

Lemhi's Promise for Youth and Families, Salmon

Lemhi's After School Promise

$8,000

Malad Elementary School, Malad

Parenting Classes, Monthly Dinner and a Book Night

$5,194

Rape Response and Crime Victim Center, Idaho Falls

Sexual Assault Prevention and Family Support

$2,319

Parents Encouraging Parents, Grangeville

Online Parenting Classes

$5,045

Shepherd's Home, McCall

Respite Care

$2,955
ICTF Mini Grant Recipients 2003 – 2004

Gritman Medical Center, Moscow

FIRST STEPS: A child abuse prevention program that provides support, education, and community connections to families pre-natally and post-natally through the cost-effective use of specially trained volunteers. (Serving Latah County)

$8,000

ICARE, Inc., Coeur d’Alene

Learning and Teaching the Love and Logic Process: Community based and in-home sessions of the Love and Logic process to empower parents by providing the tools and roles to break the patterns that lead to child maltreatment. (Serving Kootenai County)

$6,033

Independent School District # 1, Lewiston

Becoming a Love and Logic Parent: Helps parents learn techniques that set loving and positive boundaries while improving the parent-child relationship without anger, lectures, threats, or warnings. (Serving Lewiston/Nez Perce County)

$4,300

Panhandle Health District, Coeur d’Alene

High Risk Infant-Toddler Program: Public Health Nurse home visits for high-risk infants and toddlers referred to the Health Department by neonatal intensive care units, primary care physicians, community members, or social service agencies. (Serving Benewah, Bonner, Boundary, Kootenai and Shoshone Counties)

$8,000

Parents Encouraging Parents, Grangeville

Internet and Local Parenting Classes: Local parenting classes throughout Region 2 and internet parenting classes available throughout the state; free and individual support in person or over the phone. (Serving the State of Idaho)

$4,152

Success by 6/Even Start Family Literacy Program, Moscow

Preventing Child Abuse: A program designed to prevent child abuse, educate parents about child abuse and increase community awareness of child abuse. (Serving Latah County)

$2,000

The Family Place, Payette

Family FUN (Families Understanding Nurturing): The project will promote healthy families through Family FUN Nights and the Healthy Families manual. (Serving Payette County)

$8,000

Grace Episcopal Church, Nampa

Open Arms Baby Boutique: Incentive and educational program intended to insure early and regular prenatal care and self-sufficiency for low income women. (Serving Canyon County)

$5,000

Lutheran Community Services Northwest, Boise

Sand Tray Groups: Group technique resulting in increased self-esteem, improved interpersonal relationships, and increase in school performance. (Serving Ada and Boise Counties)

$3,500

Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc., Boise

Homeward Bound: Provides long-term supportive/transitional housing and social services to homeless and at-risk families with children to facilitate self-sufficiency and prevent child abuse. (Serving Ada County)

$3,943

Parents and Youth United, Mountain Home

Living Skills: Living Skills classes for children and parents provided at the Mountain Home Youth Center. (Serving Elmore County)

$1,350

St. Michael’s Episcopal Cathedral, Boise

Baby Steps: Mother-Baby Incentive Program: A collaborative, community-based prenatal health incentive promotion program designed to promote participation in parent education, prenatal health care and healthy behaviors during pregnancy and the first 15 months of life. (Serving Ada County)

$5,000

SANE SOLUTIONS to Physical and Sexual Abuse (Terry Reilly Health Services), Boise

Chaperone Training: An educational training curriculum for individuals who will supervise sexual offenders within the community to reduce the likelihood of child sexual abuse within the community. (Serving Ada, Boise, Canyon, Elmore, Gem, Owyhee, Payette, and Valley Counties)

$3,000

Syringa House/Northwest Children’s Home, Nampa

Parent Education and Support Groups: A collaborative project empowering parents using the Love and Logic model for positive parenting. (Serving Nampa/Caldwell)

$2,040

5-County Juvenile Detention & Rehabilitation Center, Rexburg

Real Life Baby Skills Course: “Hands On” course with computerized dolls to teach child abuse prevention and child care techniques. (Serving Fort Hall Tribal Reservation, and Clark, Fremont, Jefferson, Madison, and Teton Counties)

$2,603

Family Safety Network, Driggs

Baby and Me: An educational group for at-risk mothers to encourage bonding and prevent problems in the home. (Serving Fremont and Teton Counties)

$5,976

Family Services Alliance of SE Idaho, Pocatello

Family Support Program: Child Abuse Prevention: Provides in-home, family specific support for families that have experienced domestic violence, drug/alcohol abuse, etc. to prevent potential child abuse. (Serving Bannock and Power Counties)

$7,976

Lemhi’s Promise for Youth and Families, Salmon

Lemhi’s After School Promise: Program for at-risk children in grades K-5 that focuses on asset building and includes a family interaction component guided by the Love and Logic curriculum. (Serving Lemhi County)

$8,000

Malad Elementary and Middle Schools, Malad

Parenting Classes: Parenting classes designed for high-risk children and families will be offered weekly for one year. (Serving Oneida County)

$7,626
ICTF Multi-Year Grant Recipients
Cycle 2 Multi Year Grant Recipients - 2008-2010
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Social Services Program Keeping Native Kids Safe Project $40,000
ICARE Children and Family Project Nurturing Fathers & Rural Parents $40,000
Mercy Medical Center First Steps For a Healthy Start ~ Community Outreach Initiative $40,000
Easter Seals-Goodwill Northern Rocky Mountain Play and Language for Autistic Youngsters (P.L.A.Y.) Project $40,000
Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children Strengthening Families $40,000
ICTF Multi-Year Grant Recipients Cycle 1, 2005 - 2008

Moscow: Families Together for People with Disabilities / Native American Parent Education Project

This project will develop and implement a Parent Education program for Native American parents who have a young child with a disability or behavior disorder to provide parents training on behavior management and parenting the challenging child. The education program will be developed in conjunction with the Nez Perce Tribe so that all services will be culturally appropriate.

$40,000

Idaho Falls: Help Inc., Child Abuse Prevention Center / El Valor de los Padres (The Value of Parents)

This project is an innovative program combining teaching Spanish speaking parents English as a Second Language (ESL) with parenting support and information to prevent child abuse and neglect. The designed curriculum is meant for school districts to implement as a statewide model.

$40,000

McCall: Shepherd's Home, Inc. / Parenting Partners ~ Building Stronger Families with Respite, Education and Support

This is a three year, three part program that will prevent child abuse and neglect by providing a network of support for struggling parents. Part one provides parents with access to no-cost, high-quality respite care for the children; part two provides parenting tools and skills for parents through education, and part three provides rural parents with an ongoing source of support through newsletters, a resource library, and the formation of local parenting support groups.

$40,000

Coeur d'Alene: Panhandle Health District 1 / High Risk Infant Toddler Home Visiting Program

This essential child abuse and neglect prevention program will serve families in the five northern rural counties of Idaho. Experienced Public Health Nurses provide home visits to families of infants and toddlers identified as medically fragile, developmentally delayed, at-risk for abuse or neglect, or who were born prematurely. The home visits provide parents with education, information and resources to help build healthy families.

$40,000

Moscow: Young Children and Family Programs of the Palouse (YCFP) / High Risk Parent Education

High Risk Parent Education is an intensive home visiting service for families with children prenatal through age 13 most at-risk for abuse and neglect. Services will be enhanced by consultation with a local psychologist and a simple library of parenting videos.

$40,000


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