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Human Resources and Skills Development 819-994-5559

United Way of Cambridge and North Dumfries: To provide four unemployed individuals with job experience, in an area where jobs are limited, and help to develop the local economy. $60,064

Foundation for Rural Living, Guelph: For The Rural Philanthropy Resource Network project, will provide 23 unemployed people with the opportunity to maintain or enhance their fund raising skills by working with not-for-profit charitable organizations in rural communities across Ontario. Eighteen of the participants will work as rural development officers and the remaining five will provide technical support from the interactive Resource Centre in Guelph. $859,299

Ontario March of Dimes, Kingston: The Employment Resource Centre and Job Finding Club of Kingston will help 80 participants to find employment by delivering a three-week job finding program. The Employment Resource Centre will be accessible to individuals who require access to computers, fax machines and photocopiers in their search for a job; also access to a job resource library and job bank, assistance to job search needs such as developing a resume and cover letter, labour market information, and referrals to other employment service providers. $419,447

Children and Youth Services Ontario

416-325-5156

Mental health services in Hamilton two year funding:

Rygiel Support: For Complex Needs Children and Youth--Community Accommodations Options $95,000 $200,000

Catholic Family Services: Complex Needs Children and Community Support-Wraparound $35,550 $96,190

Community Child Abuse

Council of Canada: Community-based Community Outreach including Outreach-Francophone $68,287 $200,000

Child and Adolescent Services: High Risk and Youth $3,000 $124,400

The Good Shepherd Centre Hamilton: Street Youth $10,000 $85,000

Hamilton Health Sciences: Early Attachments Interventions $14,000 $70,000

Hamilton Health Sciences: Early Interventions Parent Relief $9,000 $40,000

Hamilton Health Sciences: Early Interventions Groups $16,500 $70,000 Hamilton Health Sciences: Complex Needs Response Program $182,500

Child Abuse Council of Canada: High Risk--Alliance for Community Council of Canada $2,750 $11,000

St. Joseph's Hospital, COAST: Community Resource Support (Crisis Stabilization) $29,875 $99,500

National Crime Prevention Strategy 877-302-6272

Jewish Family Services of Ottawa Carleton. Increasing inclusion and participation of Somali Youth in the Ottawa community. $39,100 Ottawa 613-722-2225

J'aime apprendre Inc. Le Grenier du p'tit sportif--Phase II $40,280 Cornwall 613-932-0165

Kinna-aweya Legal Clinic. Economic Justice Committee. $49,876 Thunder Bay 807-344-2478

Knox Presbyterian Church and Main Street United Church. Main Community Outreach initiative. $18,980 Mitchell 519-348-9080

Kenora Assembly of Resources Youth Drop-in Centre. Young Women and Real Power--Phase II $50,000 Kenora 807-468-4765

Lennox and Addington Community Volunteer Centre. Promoting Youth and their Potential. $50,000 Napanee 613-354-2300

Living Rock Ministries. Rock Resources Project for High Needs Youth-Phase II. $50,000 Hamilton 905-528-7625

Little River Acres Community Improvement Committee. Little River Acres Community Revitalization Project--Phase II $40,000 Windsor 519-944-2252

Leave Out Violence. Rexdale Youth Community Violence Prevention Alliance. $100,000 Toronto 416-785-8411

London Coordinating Committee to End Women Abuse. Muslim Family Safety Project--Phase II/III $100,000 London 519-438-9869

London InterCommunity Health Centre LIHC. After School and Summer Activity Program ASAP $30,000 London 519-660-0874

Men's Effort for Child Abuse Prevention and Women Protection. Teaching Social Values and Traditions to At-Risk East African Youth. $50,000 Toronto 416-944-8765

Merrymount Children's Centre. Strong Kids: Smart Choices. $49,733 London 519-434-6848

Mississauga Crime Prevention Association MCPA. Youth Outreach Program. $48,200 Mississauga 905-803-8118

Marten Fails First Nation. Building Trust ... Building Partnerships $50,000 Ogoki Post 807-349-2697

Merrymount Children's Centre in Partnership with Thames Secondary School. Well Beings Program--Phase II. $50,000 London 519-434-6848 x224

Malvern Family Resource Centre. $37,792 Scarborough 416-281-1376

Men's Program Grey Bruce. Alumni Volunteer $26,600 Owen Sound 519-372-2720

Nightwood Theatre. Toronto. $7,320 416-944-1740

Nepean Community Resource Centre. Nepean Elder Abuse Prevention Project Phase II. $45,000 Ottawa 613-596-5626

North Simcoe Catholic Family Life Centre. Dedicated Dads. $45,500 Midland 705-526-9397

Oxford County Committee for a Safer Community. Oxford Youth Trust--Youth Community Development Project Phase III. $43,000 Woodstock 519-317-8308

Ontario Metis Allegiance Port McNicoll. Embracing Her Spirit $50,000 Port McNicoll 705-534-3655

Peterborough Community Access Centre. Coordinated Community Response to Elder Abuse $49,900 Peterborough

705-743-1573

Social Science and Humanities Research Council Community-University Research Alliances 613-944-4347

These awards were granted for joint projects of researchers in partnership with community groups. Only the names of the lead researchers and university connections are shown:

Lea Caragaata, Wilfrid Laurier University, Lone mothers: building social inclusion, $992,815

Belinda Leach, University of Guelph, Rural women making change, $1,000,000

Helen Armstrong, Brandon University, Community-based Aboriginal curriculum initiatives: implementation and evaluation, $1,000,000,

Joanna Ochocka, Centre for Research and Education in Human Services, Kitchener, Community mental health practice in context: taking culture seriously, $997,500

J. David Hulehanski, University of Toronto, Community gentrification and building inclusive communities from within: a case study of Toronto's west-central neighbourhoods, $1,000,000

Tracy Vaillancourt, McMaster University, Toward a bullying-free Hamilton: the Hamilton-McMaster University/Mohawk College research alliance, $1,000,000

Maurice Feldman, Brock University, Complex skills training for people who have intellectual disabilities: a multi-systemic, interdisciplinary approach, $988,542

Paul-Andre Lapointe, Universite Laval, Innovations, formation et protections sociales dans le travail et l'emploi, $1,000,000

Donald Shiner, Mount Saint Vincent University, Projecting the housing needs of aging Atlantic Canadians, $993,672

Jean-Marc Fontan, Universite du Quebe a Montreal, Du developpement de l'economie sociale a une nouvelle regulation socio-economique : un partenariat pour la recherche en economie sociale, $1,000,000

Jan Selman, University of Alberta, Are we there yet: using theatre in teen sexuality education, $986,808

Trillium Foundation Ontario

800-263-2887

Native Men's Residence. Giizhgaandag Gamig Healing Lodge Inc. To assist in purchasing a vehicle that will be used to bring aboriginal abuse survivors from across Ontario to the Healing Lodge at Manitou Lake. $25,000 over one year.

Noojimawin Health Authority. To purchase and install computer hardware and software to build the capacity of the organization to meet the health needs of off-reserve aboriginal people in Ontario. $17,000 over six months.

Ontario Volunteer Centre Network c/o Volunteer Hamilton. To provide technical training and support to the volunteers of this online resource centre that serves community organizations throughout Ontario. $16,000 over six months.

ReBoot Network Initiative c/o Community Opportunity & Innovation Network, Peterborough-Inc. To develop a marketing plan to increase access to refurbished computers by Ontario non-profit organizations and Ontarians with limited access to technology. $24,900 over six months.

Ability OnLine Support Network. To conduct an organizational audit and develop a strategic plan to help the organization meet the increasing and diverse needs of children and youth with disabilities. $22,000 over six months.

Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability--Ontario initiative. To build organizational capacity and foster partnerships for the development of an Active Living Resource Centre for Ontarians with disabilities. $229,000 over 18 months.

Association canadienne-francaise de I'Ontario. To update the historical and demographic information about the Franco-Ontarian population on the website and produce an information and promotional kit containing this revised data. $24,700 over one year.

Asthma Society of Canada. To develop and market-test effective asthma management programs that will benefit Ontarians affected by asthma through enhanced communications on the website, toll-free line, and all print materials. $327,200 over three years.

Brantford and District Supervised Access Centre. To plan and coordinate the first Ontario conference of Supervised Access Centres as an opportunity for training service providers and others involved in the courts. $16,600 over one year.

Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment. To enable volunteers to contribute to policy development, public awareness initiatives and practical projects that will advance understanding and action in the field of children's environmental health. $55,000 over three years.

Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Ontario Chapter. To enhance communication, coordination, and continuity of care among all breast care service providers--from primary prevention through to treatment and after-care support. $198,700 over four years.

Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness. To develop a strategic plan including marketing and fundraising plans for this organization which provides prevention strategies and treatment for sexual abuse survivors. $20,000 over six months.

Canadian Child Care Federation / Federation canadienne des services de garde l'enfance. To increase the operational capacity of the Canadian Children's Environmental Health Partnership, a collaborative of health, social service and environmental groups working to advance work in this field. $396,800 Over three years.
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