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FY 2001 Grant Funding Awards as of October 2001

SAMHSA's Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) 

No. of Grants and Grant #

Organization Name

City

State

Contact Person

Amount

TI01-004 Strengthening Communities - Youth 

1 TI13309-01 American Indian Prev Coalition Phoenix AZ Beach, Bonny 746000
1 TI13356-01 Chestnut Health Systems Bloomington IL Adams, Loree 703175
1 TI13305-01 Missouri Dept of Mental Health Jefferson City MO Keehn, Barbara 738912
1 TI13340-01 University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa AL Bolland, John 742507

TI01-005 Strengthening Minority Communities

1 TI13341-01 Cook Inlet Tribal Council Anchorage AK Naquin, Valerie 482197
1 TI13339-01 Ct Dept of Mental Hlth & Add Svc Hartford CO Ortiz, Jose 501187
1 TI13327-01 Inter-Tribal Council of Mi, Inc Sault Ste Marie MI Thompson, Laura 541146
1 TI13407-01 Inwood Community Services, Inc. New York NY Corliss, Charles 493796
1 TI13338-01 Legacy Emanuel Hosp & Hlth Center Portland OR Cohen, Jeanne 480001
1 TI13368-01 The Fortune Society, Inc New York NY Richards, Stanley 493190
1 TI13326-01 Urban Indian Health Board, Inc. Oakland CA Nebelkoph, Ethan 484482
 


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