Funded Agencies FY2018/2019

Community Bridges – Mobile Community Outreach & Crisis Stabilization - $19,800
Crisis Stabilization Services including mobile community outreach and peer support will be provided to approximately 508 Scottsdale adults.

Cortney's Place – Basic Needs & Support Services for Adults with Severely Disabilities - $11,615
Through the Basic Needs and Support Services Program, 12 severely and profoundly disabled adults will receive guidance from trained staff on basic needs and services, behavior modification, education and enrichment skills.

Family Promise Greater Phoenix - Whole & Healthy Families Program - $22,500
Through the Emergency Shelter Program 262 homeless families will be provided a total of 10,480 bed nights and 262 individuals will receive case management, Life-Skills Coaching and Resource Referrals.

Foothills Caring Corps., Inc. – Medical Transportation/Mobile Meals/Volunteer Services/Intake - $15,202
Medical Transportation, subsidized mobile meals and volunteer intake services will be provided to 268 persons.

Save the Family Foundation - Youth Enrichment and Achievement Services (YEA!) Program - $10,215
Through the Youth Enrichment and Achievement Services (YEA!) Program, approximately 12 Scottsdale youths will be provided with a curriculum of intervention/prevention education classes and activities to empower youth to build their protective factors against grade failure, substance abuse, poor self-regulation and violence.

Scottsdale Community Partners - Emergency Rental/Mortgage Assistance - $22,500 Emergency Rental/Mortgage assistance will be provided to 23 Scottsdale families. 

Scottsdale Training & Rehabilitation Service (STARS) - STARS Cholla Employment Service & Work Center - $20,215
Approximately 70 disabled individuals will be provided with job assessment, placement services and on-going job coaching and supervision.

Shoebox Ministry - Restoring Dignity to the Homeless - $7,738
Approximately 1131 homeless individuals and working poor will be provided with hygiene kits, new undergarments and clothes.

Teen Lifeline - Crisis Services - $20,215
Through the Life Skills Development, Community Education and Peer Counseling Hotline Programs, approximately 6,072 teens will be assisted.

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