Grants go for Parenting Support Services, Child Welfare

Dept of Health and Human ServicesAgency: Health & Human Services Dept (Admin. for Children & Families, ACF; Office of Child Support Enforcement, OCSE); Program: Tribal Child Support Innovation Grants: Building Family-Centered Services (CFDA Number: 93.601); Eligibility: Tribes; Funding (Estimated): $200,000 for up to eight awards (no match required); Deadline (Tentative): April.

Summary: This solicitation will be released in January with an early April deadline. These grants support tribal family-centered child support services programs help parents provide reliable support for their children. Permitted activities include early intervention and establishing and maintaining realistic child support orders to keep non-custodial parents engaged. The program website is:

Info: (most recent NOFA); Lauren Antelo, or 202/401-5602.

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