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United Way Funding Allocations
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AGENCY NAMEPROGRAM NAMEIMPACT AREAOUTCOME2013-14 ALLOCATIONPROGRAM DESCRIPTION
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Access Health Stark County Patient Navigation Health and Basic NeedsAccess to Health Care$22,500Access Health Stark County coordinates charity health care for the uninsured, low income residents of Stark County who have no other resource for health care. With the support of the Stark County Medical Society, Access Health will bring together area hospital systems, rehabilitation facilities, community health centers, health departments, ancillary services, and others, along with participating community physicians to facilitate a service delivery network and case management.
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AHEADSocial Service Support and Program CoordinationEducationGraduation and Training$40,000Provides comprehensive intervention services for at-risk youth to remove barriers to learning in the areas of social, emotional and academic development.
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AHEADSPARK MassillonEducationEarly Education and Care$35,000A kindergarten readiness program for children 4 years old living in the Franklin Elementary School area in Massillon.
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Alliance Area Domestic Violence ShelterDirect ServicesFamily and Financial StabilityFamily Violence Prevention and Treatment$44,540Provides safe, emergency shelter; a 24-hour crisis hotline; case management; counseling; teaching/tutoring services; legal advocacy; support groups; transportation; childcare during appointments; and assistance with food, clothing, and personal care needs for victims of domestic violence.
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Alliance Community Pantry Choice Pantry Health and Basic NeedsEmergency and Disaster Services$10,000The Alliance Community Pantry is a “choice” pantry serving individuals and families residing within the 44601 zip code. A “choice” pantry allows individuals to use a grocery cart and select items which their family wants, rather than everyone receiving the same food. 
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American Red Cross Stark County ChapterChild and Youth Prevention Education Family and Financial StabilityFamily Violence Prevention and Treatment$10,000Program is offered in collaboration with 18 school districts to provide preschoolers through 3rd grades students with a personal safety curriculum to recognize, resist and report specific unsafe behaviors.
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American Red Cross Stark County ChapterDisaster ServicesHealth and Basic NeedsEmergency and Disaster Services$176,675Focuses on meeting peoples' immediate emergency needs providing shelter, food, clothing and health and mental health services. In addition, Red Cross provides disaster prevention and planning, working with other community partners to ensure safety for our community.
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American Red Cross Stark County ChapterRape Crisis ServicesFamily and Financial StabilityFamily Violence Prevention and Treatment$100,000Provides 24 hour response, information, emotional support, and counseling to survivors and co-survivors of sexual abuse, sexual assault, or rape to help with the process of recovery from this trauma.
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American Red Cross Stark County ChapterMedical TransportationHealth and Basic NeedsAccess to Health Care$20,200Provides medical transportation for low income and disabled individuals living in Stark County.
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American Red Cross Stark County ChapterMilitary ReconnectionsHealth and Basic NeedsAccess to Health Care$5,000Program focuses on individual/small group discussion that enhances the likelihood of positive reunions among family members and the successful re-engagement of the service member in civilian life.
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Arc of Ohio NE BranchFamily AdvocacyHealth and Basic NeedsSeniors and Disabled$3,500This program will serve as the navigator in the field of special needs by providing advocacy, information and referral, education, support and empowerment to parents and caregivers of those with developmental disabilities.
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Arc of Ohio NE BranchSocial DevelopmentHealth and Basic NeedsSeniors and Disabled$2,500This program will increase social skills, expand social networks and improve the community living skills of individuals with developmental disabilities. This program will enhance and encourage social development increasing the overall health and wellness of individuals with special needs.
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Arc of Stark County, Inc.Family Advocacy Carroll County Health and Basic NeedsSeniors and Disabled$5,000This program provides advocacy for individuals living in Carroll County with developmental disabilities and their families. Advocates work with families, schools and other public entities to ensure individuals with developmental disabilities are receiving needed services.
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Arc of Stark County, Inc.Family Advocacy Stark County Health and Basic NeedsSeniors and Disabled$31,500This program provides advocacy for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Advocates work with families, schools and other public entities to ensure individuals with developmental disabilities are receiving needed services.
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Arc of Stark County, Inc.Summer Respite ProgramHealth and Basic NeedsSeniors and Disabled$37,000Provides a four-week camp for school-aged children with developmental disabilities.
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Boys & Girls Club of MassillonBE GREAT Graduate Program EducationGraduation and Training$10,000Program works with kids ages 13 to 18 to develop immediate goals related to school attendance and punctuality, homework completion, study habits, improved grades and test scores with the long term goal of graduation.
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Boys & Girls Club of MassillonKid Stop Summer Program EducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - After School$50,000Program provides youth of the Massillon community with the safety and security they need throughout the summer while engaging them in positive and healthy, physical, emotional, social and intellectual development.
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Boys & Girls Club of MassillonSmart Moves Family and Financial StabilitySubstance Abuse Prevention and Intervention$10,000Program provides and evidence based substance abuse prevention and youth development program curriculum. Program also works with identified children to provide continued mental health needs throughout the summer months.
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Buckeye Council, Boy Scouts of AmericaScoutReachEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - Youth Leadership$27,000Program provides a special emphasis to bring the programs of the Boy Scouts of America to minority, economically deprived, at-risk and hard-to-reach communities.
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Catholic Charities of Stark CountyAdult Day Care ServicesHealth and Basic NeedsSeniors and Disabled$30,000This community based program offers a day care alternative to nursing home placement. Older adults with health related needs are able to participate in programming, receive necessary care, and receive one-on-one assistance with activities of daily living. Caregivers of older adults are able to receive necessary respite or continue to work if necessary while knowing care is being provided for the adult with special needs.
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Catholic Charities of Stark CountyEmergency Assistance Overhead AllocationHealth and Basic NeedsEmergency and Disaster Services$15,750This supports overhead costs associated with service delivery for the Emergency Assistance Collaborative.
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Child & Adolescent Behavioral HealthEarly Childhood ServicesFamily and Financial StabilityParenting Skills$90,000Provides mental health treatment and consultation to children birth through age eight and their families. Provides specialized programs and training.
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Child & Adolescent Behavioral HealthPeer AdvocateEducationGraduation and Training$17,000This program provides peer advocates, who have themselves been service recipients, to utilize their own life and learning experiences to engage youth and young adult clients in services; to facilitate recovery; to maximize the youths' potential to achieve success in home, school, and community; and to assist young adults in a successful transition to adulthood and independence.
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Coleman Behavioral HealthColeman Mediation ServicesEducationGraduation and Training$34,560Referred by law enforcement agencies and other social services, at-risk youth and their families are engaged in mediation services to help with absenteeism, unruly behavior, domestic violence, abuse and neglect.
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Community Legal Aid Services, Inc.Housing and Stability Health and Basic NeedsEmergency and Disaster Services$12,500Provides basic legal rights for low income and elderly residents of Stark County regarding housing matters. Also provides high quality individualized advice, representation, both through staff attorneys and through an active volunteer program.
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Community Services of Stark CountyAbstinence EducationEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - Youth Leadership$18,175In school educational programming to increase awareness of dating violence, hazards of drug and alcohol abuse and the benefits of abstinence or renewed abstinence.
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Community Services of Stark CountyAlliance Area Rape Crisis ProgramFamily and Financial StabilityFamily Violence Prevention and Treatment$21,000Provides early intervention, assistance, and counseling to victims of rape or sexual assault (and their families) in the greater Alliance area and eastern Stark County.
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Community Services of Stark CountyBehavioral Health & Counseling ServicesHealth and Basic NeedsAccess to Health Care$174,864Provides high quality counseling services to individuals, families and children of the greater Stark County community.
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Community Services of Stark CountyChildhood Resiliency ProjectEducationEarly Education and Care$13,938Provides strategic support to early childhood programs and families of young children, particularly children identified as vulnerable or at risk.
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Community Services of Stark CountyEmergency Assistance Overhead AllocationHealth and Basic NeedsEmergency and Disaster Services$15,025This supports overhead costs associated with service delivery for the Emergency Assistance Collaborative.
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Community Services of Stark CountyFamily Living CenterHealth and Basic NeedsEmergency and Disaster Services$32,977Provides emergency shelter (up to 90 days) to families with minor children and single women who are homeless and/or disaster victims.
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Community Services of Stark CountyMicah's Way - Family AdvocacyFamily and Financial StabilityParenting Skills$27,000This program serves Skyline Terrace and Jackson-Sherrick neighborhoods with on-site parenting programs including pre-natal support, Mom's Group, parenting classes, Safe Zone, and babysitting co-op.
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Community Services of Stark CountyMicah's Way - Youth ProgramsEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - After School$25,000Micah's Way is a neighborhood based program located in Skyline Terrace Community. It offers year round, child-focused programs for residents, providing safe, structured experiences.
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Community Services of Stark CountyPyramid Training Services - YouthEducationGraduation and Training$22,099Provides skills training and mentoring for at-risk high school juniors and seniors (youth ages 16 to 21) to complete high school, obtain basic employability skills and connect to appropriate post secondary options/training.
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Community Services of Stark CountySenior Outreach Health and Basic NeedsSeniors and Disabled$16,700Comprehensive outreach strategy for older adults in the community who have mental illness and or substance abuse issues.
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Crisis Intervention and Recovery CenterCrisis Program Afternoon/Evening Triage Specialist Health and Basic NeedsEmergency and Disaster Services$17,250This program will provide person-centered crisis intervention, stabilization, and recovery services to individuals by managing their crisis and promoting individual and family centered self-sufficiency.
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Crisis Intervention and Recovery CenterCrisis Program Day Triage Specialist Health and Basic NeedsEmergency and Disaster Services$24,250This program will provide person-centered crisis intervention, stabilization, and recovery services to individuals by managing their crisis and promoting individual and family centered self-sufficiency.
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Crisis Intervention and Recovery CenterMulti Systemic Therapy- Problem Sexual Behavior ProgramFamily and Financial StabilityFamily Violence Prevention and Treatment$50,000Program is an intensive home-based service designed to meet the high risk behavioral and mental health needs of youth and his/her family. This treatment seeks to maximize the strengths of the family while meeting the holistic needs of those in therapy.
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Crisis Intervention and Recovery CenterHunter House Supportive Service StaffingFamily and Financial StabilitySubstance Abuse Prevention and Intervention$96,000Provides a 48-unit permanent supportive housing facility to address homelessness within Greater Stark County through collaborative efforts of Crisis Intervention and Recovery center, Stark Metropolitan Housing Authority and Freed Housing.
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Domestic Violence Project, Inc.Canton ShelterFamily and Financial StabilityFamily Violence Prevention and Treatment$186,066Provides a safe and supportive environment for women who are experiencing abuse at the hands of their partner. Maximum stay is 90 days during which clients receive case management and legal advocacy services.
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Domestic Violence Project, Inc.Legal Advocacy-Canton & MassillonFamily and Financial StabilityFamily Violence Prevention and Treatment$45,000Provides trained legal advocates to help victims understand their legal rights and options.
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Domestic Violence Project, Inc.Life Skills Expansion ProgramFamily and Financial StabilitySubstance Abuse Prevention and Intervention$30,000In school program targets 6th graders and their parents to help prepare youth for a successful transition from early childhood to adolescence.
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Domestic Violence Project, Inc.Massillon Domestic Violence ShelterFamily and Financial StabilityFamily Violence Prevention and Treatment$25,000Provides a safe and supportive environment for women who are experiencing abuse at the hands of their partner. Maximum stay is 90 days during which clients receive case management and legal advocacy services.
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Domestic Violence Project, Inc.Renew Counseling and Recovery CenterFamily and Financial StabilityFamily Violence Prevention and Treatment$67,500Provides counseling and case management services to domestic violence victims who are chemically dependent.
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Domestic Violence Project, Inc.Safe Dates Community EducationFamily and Financial StabilityFamily Violence Prevention and Treatment$12,000Program is an evidence based teen dating abuse prevention program. The goal is to increase knowledge of healthy relationships as a preventative to violence in teen dating.
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Early Childhood Education Alliance, Inc.SPARK AllianceEducationEarly Education and Care$54,075Provides programming to help 3 and 4 year old children in Alliance City Schools with kindergarten readiness skills.
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Early Childhood Resource Center Early Childhood Resource Center Parent LiaisonFamily and Financial StabilityParenting Skills$40,000Provides mental health treatment and consultation to children birth through age eight and their families. Provides specialized programs and training. This program will coordinate parenting programs throughout the community.
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Emergency Assistance Collaborative:
-Catholic Charities of Stark Co. -Community Services of Stark Co. -Salvation Army of Alliance -Salvation Army of Canton -Salvation Army of Massillon -United Way's 2-1-1
Emergency AssistanceHealth and Basic NeedsEmergency and Disaster Services$380,074Through a coordinated approach the collaborative members will provide basic necessities including shelter and food in emergency situations
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Girl Scouts of Northeast Ohio South RegionBaby Think It Over/Robotics EducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - After School$16,000Promotes skill building in the areas of financial literacy, prevention of teen pregnancy, healthy life choices and community service for girls ages 11 - 15.
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Girl Scouts of Northeast Ohio South RegionGirl Scouts in the School DayEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - Youth Leadership$20,000Provides valuable skill building programming for elementary age girls that promotes leadership, positive decision-making, positive relationships and community service.
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Girl Scouts of Northeast Ohio South RegionPositive Futures - Probation & BeyondEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - Youth Leadership$22,000Program works with the Stark County Family Court to provide an opportunity for troubled girls to improve their lives by making healthy choices, exhibiting responsibility, being aware of community issues, and respecting themselves and others.
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Greater Stark County Urban League5 Dollar ProjectFamily and Financial Stability Financial Stability$31,750This evidence-based financial literacy training program is targeted at African-American females. Through education, advocacy, and mentorship, participants will be taught the skills needed to improve their financial outcomes.
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Greater Stark County Urban LeagueGED / OGT / ACT TrainingEducationGraduation and Training$26,975Program works with individuals to provide assistance in obtaining their GED, preparing for the OGT or completing the ACT test.
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Greater Stark County Urban LeagueWork ReadinessFamily and Financial Stability Financial Stability$15,000This program provides training in "soft skills" for job readiness. The curriculum focuses and emphasizes employability skills.
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Heartbeats to the City, Inc.21st Century After School ProgramEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - After School$32,500This after school program is designed to assist students in increasing academic achievement and provides youth development activities in a safe, secure, caring environment. It works with nine Canton City School District elementary schools.
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Heartbeats to the City, Inc.Minnie Hopkins Scholars with PipelineEducationGraduation and Training$40,000Program is designed to increase the high school and college graduation rate of urban students with limited income by working with children starting in the 6th grade and following them through college enrollment.
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J. Babe Stearn Community CenterComprehensive Youth DevelopmentEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - After School$45,000Provides an opportunity for youth to participate in recreational and educational activities in a safe and wholesome environment. Assisting youth and their families with diverse cultural, ethnic and racial backgrounds with social development skills through physical, social and educational activities.
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J. Babe Stearn Community CenterYouth Employment AssistanceEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - After School$3,750This program is designed to fulfill and hold accountable youth regarding community service hours. Youth that participate in this program gain leadership skills, self confidence, and job skills to become caring and contributing members of society.
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J. R. Coleman Outreach ServicesAdult Day CareHealth and Basic NeedsSeniors and Disabled$39,000Provides daytime supports in a supervised, secure and caring atmosphere that enables older adults to continue to live in the community and enjoy an active and healthy life for as long as possible.
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J. R. Coleman Outreach ServicesChild Care / After-school ProgramsEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - After School$36,210This is a before/after-school and a summer program for elementary school age children offering academic and enrichment activities.
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J. R. Coleman Outreach ServicesInfants, Toddlers and Pre SchoolEducationEarly Education and Care$144,015Program provides quality early education and care for ages 6 weeks up to school aged children in the Northeast area of Canton.
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Pathway Caring for ChildrenFamily ServicesFamily and Financial StabilityParenting Skills$42,500Serves families with children up to age 21 who are at risk of disruption due to family dysfunction, or to the child's physical, behavioral, or emotional disabilities.
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Pathway Caring for ChildrenIntegrated Approach to Drug, Alcohol & Mental Health RecoveryFamily and Financial StabilitySubstance Abuse Prevention and Intervention$30,000This program is a collaborative effort between Pathway Caring for Children and Quest Recovery & Prevention Services integrated approach to provide drug and alcohol assessment and mental health diagnosis and treatment to adolescents in our community who are at-risk or currently using drugs and/or alcohol.
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Pathway Caring for ChildrenTransitional Preparation Program for TeensEducationGraduation and Training$15,000Helps foster children ages 14 to 19 understand that they can attend training after high school in either a college, university, technical school or other post-secondary school educational environment.
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Prescription Assistance Network of Stark CountyPrescription Medication Access, Education and AssistanceHealth and Basic NeedsAccess to Health Care$83,500Provides a way for the community to access free prescription medication. Through the charitable pharmacy and the "Institutional Patients Assistance" program uninsured clients are able to receive necessary medication as prescribed.
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Quest Recovery & Prevention ServicesPrevention ProgramFamily and Financial StabilitySubstance Abuse Prevention and Intervention$45,000Provides a comprehensive set of age and developmentally appropriate alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention education programs in schools.
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Quest Recovery & Prevention ServicesQuest Deliverance HouseFamily and Financial StabilitySubstance Abuse Prevention and Intervention$95,000Residential substance abuse treatment program for women, including those who are pregnant or are parents of small children.
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Salvation Army of AllianceEmergency Assistance Overhead AllocationHealth and Basic NeedsEmergency and Disaster Services$10,296This supports overhead costs associated with service delivery for the Emergency Assistance Collaborative.
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Salvation Army of CantonEmergency Assistance Overhead AllocationHealth and Basic NeedsEmergency and Disaster Services$20,200This supports overhead costs associated with service delivery for the Emergency Assistance Collaborative.
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Salvation Army of CantonThe Salvation Army Learning ZoneEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - After School$18,000An after-school program geared towards 1st - 6th grade students encouraging good study habits, homework assistance and enrichment activities.
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Salvation Army of CantonSenior Citizen Program Health and Basic NeedsSeniors and Disabled$6,000Provides a safe environment with a consistent schedule for seniors with a snack, interactive activities and education on a selected theme.
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Salvation Army of MassillonEmergency Assistance Overhead AllocationHealth and Basic NeedsEmergency and Disaster Services$26,325This supports overhead costs associated with service delivery for the Emergency Assistance Collaborative.
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Stark Education PartnershipCollege Connector at Timken High SchoolEducationGraduation and Training$35,028Program provides one-to-one support and education to first generation, low income students applying to college. Program focuses on financial aid, math remediation and ACT test taking.
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Stark State College of TechnologyFAME (Focus African-American Males Education)EducationGraduation and Training$35,913Promotes success and increased access to post-secondary education for African-American males to encourage graduation. Early college courses are offered to enrolled students.
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The Stuckey Family Interfaith Child Development CenterChild CareEducationEarly Education and Care$68,000Provides quality and affordable child care for children and families at-risk in the Alliance area.
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Voyager ProgramBatterers Intervention TreatmentFamily and Financial StabilityFamily Violence Prevention and Treatment$60,000Program treats male perpetrators of domestic violence, by treating abusive and controlling behaviors found in these offenders.
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Westark Family Services, Inc.Geriatric Case ManagementHealth and Basic NeedsSeniors and Disabled$9,900Assist and support individuals in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational and other services essential to meeting basic human needs.
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Westark Family Services, Inc.Home CareHealth and Basic NeedsSeniors and Disabled$23,000Provides personal care, homemaker and respite services to qualified elderly, low income and/or handicapped residents of Stark County.
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Western Stark Free ClinicFree ClinicHealth and Basic NeedsAccess to Health Care$32,000Provides free and comprehensive quality healthcare services to low income and uninsured individuals who reside in Western Stark County.
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YMCA AllianceBefore/After-school ProgramsEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - After School$14,500Before/After-school program for children in kindergarten through 5th grade; enrichment activities, caring and nurturing staff and positive values are provided.
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YMCA AllianceSkills Program/Youth SportsEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - Youth Leadership$10,000Provides a structured curriculum to elementary through high school youth with the knowledge, skills and abilities to be productive and responsible individuals in the community.
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YMCA AllianceSummer Extended Care ProgramEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - After School$11,400Provides a safe environment with trained and certified staff to provide an enriching summer program experience for children kindergarten through 5th grade.
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YMCA Central Stark County, CantonBig Brothers Big Sisters of Stark CountyEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - Youth Leadership$75,000One-to-one mentoring/matching program for children to connected to positive adult role models. Includes screening and training of volunteers.
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YMCA Central Stark County, CantonSkills Programs/Youth Sports, Eric Snow EducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - After School$16,800Program allows youth opportunities for leadership, good conduct and conflict resolution through a variety of sports programs to youth and teens ages 3 to 18 during out of school time.
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YMCA Central Stark County, CantonUrban Summer Program, Eric Snow EducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - After School$24,000Provides age appropriate summer day camp activities for youth entering first grade through middle school living in the neighborhoods surrounding downtown Canton who are not otherwise engaged in summer programs.
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YMCA Central Stark County, Carroll CountySchool Age Childcare, Carroll County EducationEarly Education and Care$6,000Before/after-school program for children in kindergarten through age 12; enrichment activities, caring and nurturing staff and positive values are provided.
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YMCA Central Stark County, Carroll CountyYouth Skills/Youth Sports, Carroll CountyEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - Youth Leadership$6,500Health, wellness and leadership program for youth; after-school and weekend activities through sports and supervised programming.
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YMCA Central Stark County, Meyers LakeSchool Age Childcare Including Summer Day Camp, Meyers LakeEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - After School$35,000Before/after-school program for children in kindergarten through age 12; enrichment activities, caring and nurturing staff and positive values are provided.
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YMCA Central Stark County, Meyers LakeSkills Program/Youth SportsEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - Youth Leadership$12,800Health, wellness and leadership program for youth; after-school and weekend activities through sports and supervised programming.
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YMCA Central Stark County, MinervaPreschoolEducationEarly Education and Care$8,000Provides a year-round all day or half day preschool child care program for low-income and single parent families. The program works closely with Minerva Local Schools.
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YMCA Central Stark County, MinervaSchool Age Child Care Including Summer Day Camp, Minerva EducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - After School$6,000Before/after-school program for children in kindergarten through 6th grade; safety, fun, enrichment activities, character education and a caring staff are provided. This is a year-round program with care before and after school, school days out, snow days, late start days and summer.
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YMCA Central Stark County, North CantonExercise for Physically ChallengedHealth and Basic NeedsSeniors and Disabled$7,312Provides an exercise class and social engagement for physically challenged adults.
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YMCA Central Stark County, North CantonInfant Toddler North Canton EducationEarly Education and Care$11,250Program provides year round care for children birth to age 3.
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YMCA of Western Stark CountyAfter-School ProgramEducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - After School$30,000After-school program with activities, sports, homework support and social interaction in a safe environment.
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YMCA of Western Stark CountyAll Access to Preventative Health CareHealth and Basic NeedsAccess to Health Care$22,500Program provides access to preventative health care through physical exercise, weight management, and health and wellness coaching for low income western Stark County individuals.
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YMCA of Western Stark CountyPreschool Early Education EducationEarly Education and Care$9,000Towpath Trail YMCA provides quality preschool programming serving children of Western Stark County 3 to 5 years of age.
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YWCA of AllianceAlliance After School EducationAvoiding Risky Behavior - After School$26,700Provides after school programming for kids in grades 3 - 12 in collaboration with Alliance City Schools, Alliance Family YMCA, University of Mount Union, and the YWCA of Alliance
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YWCA of AllianceAlliance Family ServicesHealth and Basic NeedsEmergency and Disaster Services$16,000Provides assistance to move women and families struggling to meet basic needs out of emergency or crisis situations and toward a stable, self-sufficient life.
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2013-14 Allocations