Delegation Announces Grants and Contracts to Alaska Programs August 10
Washington, D.C. - The Alaska Congressional Delegation is pleased to announce the following grants:
United States Economic Development Administration
- $ 75,000 grant to the Prince William Sound Economic Development District to establish an economic development framework, process, and strategy that supports private capital investment and job creation in the region
- $ 75,000 grant to the Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District to support the development and implementation of a comprehensive economic development strategy (CEDS) for the region served by the Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District.
- $75,000 grant to the Association of Village Council Presidents to establish an economic development framework, process, and strategy that supports private capital investment and job creation in the region.
- $65,000 to the Bristol Bay Native Association for the development and implementation of a comprehensive economic development strategy (CEDS) for the region served by the Bristol Bay Native Association
United States Department of Health and Human Services
- $173,614 to the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services Aids Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Relief
- $477,752 to the Association of Village Council Presidents for the Healthy Families Initiative.
- $379,218 to the Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center for Early Intervention Services with respect to HIV disease.
- $1,440,000 to the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services for the Alaska Youth Suicide Prevention Project
- $69,902 to the Alaska Peer Support Consortium for Alaska Peer Support Consortium-Criminal Justice System Transformation
- $286,257 to the Alaska Native Heritage Center for Revitalizing Indigenous Languages for Urban Alaska Natives
United States Department of Justice
- $181,259 to the Alaska Innocence Project to represent and exonerate potentially wrongfully convicted defendants in post-conviction claims of innocence..
- $ 63,517 to the Alaska Department Of Public Safety Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory for forensic science improvement
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
- $189,000 to the University of Alaska Fairbanks for the West Coast & Polar Regions Undersea Research Center Omnibus Proposal 2012
- $215,009 grant to the Indigenous Peoples Council for Marine Mammals for mammal protection and conservation work in Alaska’s coastal areas
- $172,102 to the Aleut Community of St Paul Island for the Marine Mammal Co-Management Project
Posted: August 10, 2012