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SAMHSA News - May/June 2008, Volume 16, Number 3


Grantees List

The Young Offender Reentry Program helps agencies expand or enhance the substance abuse treatment and related services they offer to young offenders returning home. A dozen organizations received the 4-year grants in 2004; another 11 received grants in 2005.

  • Aliviane, Inc, El Paso, TX

  • Atlantic Recovery Services, Long Beach, CA

  • Boston Public Health Commission, Boston, MA

  • CAB Health and Recovery Services, Inc., Peabody, MA

  • Center for Community Alternatives, Inc., Syracuse, NY

  • Chesterfield County, VA

  • Clark County Department of Community Services and Correction, Vancouver, WA

  • Cobb County Community Services Board, Smyrna, GA

  • Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice, Decatur, GA
  • Hispanic Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Program, Cleveland, OH

  • Huther-Doyle Memorial Institute, Inc., Rochester, NY

  • Institute for Behavioral Change and Research, Inc., Washington, DC

  • Operation PAR, Inc., Pinellas Park, FL

  • Phoenix House San Diego, Inc., Lake View Terrace, CA

  • Pima Prevention Partnership, Tucson, AZ

  • Prestera Center for Mental Health Services, Huntington, WV

  • Racine County, WI

  • Santa Clara County Bureau of Drug Abuse Services, Campbell, CA

  • SPAN, Inc., Boston, MA

  • Turning Point Center for Youth and Family Development, Fort Collins, CO

  • University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX

  • Vera Institute of Justice, Inc., New York, NY

  • Volunteers of America of Oregon, Inc., Portland, OR.

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