Grant Recipients
Grant Type: 

Monroe Harding

$52,226
Grant Amount: $50,000 - $100,000
Grant Term: 1 Year
Dec 4 2012

 Monroe Harding was founded in 1893  as a Presbyterian orphanage.  It continues to serve children in state's custody through foster care, residential, and community based services. Its goal is to help children and youth find a permanent, safe home.  The grant requested in this application will be used to fund the time of a contract clinician to help Monroe Harding redesign its Cooperative Living program so that they can provide trauma-informed care that addresses the young men's needs so that they are more resilient and lead healthier lives.  1) 75% (55) of the 74 youth assessed (assuming 80% of the youth served will remain in the program and be assessed) will demonstrate a reduction in problems present (such as psychosis, a lack of impulse control, depression, anxiety, oppositional behavior, antisocial behavior, substance abuse, etc.) on the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths Assessment. 2) 75% (55) of the 74 youth assessed (assuming 80% of the youth served will remain in the program and be assessed) will demonstrate an increase in assessed strengths such as relationship permanence, resiliency, and resourcefulness on the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths Assessment.

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