Franklin County Children and Families Community Resource Board (FCCRB) - Franklin County Children's Services Fund
12/21/20 2:00 PM
Funding to Missouri nonprofits and government agencies in eligible areas to provide services that address the growing unmet mental health needs of local community youth up to age 19. Services will be purchased through local agencies on a contract basis for a wide range of counseling, mental health, and support programs. Eligible services must benefit children and youth who are residents of Franklin County.
Funding must adhere to the service categories outlined in Missouri Revised Statute 210.861. The services are as follows:
(1) Up to thirty days of temporary shelter for abused, neglected, runaway, homeless, or emotionally disturbed youth; respite care services; and services to unwed mothers;
(2) Outpatient chemical dependency and psychiatric treatment programs; counseling and related services as a part of transitional living programs; home-based and community-based family intervention programs; unmarried parent services; crisis intervention services, inclusive of telephone hotlines; and prevention programs which promote healthy lifestyle among children and youth and strengthen families;
(3) Individual, group, or family professional counseling and therapy services; psychological evaluations; and mental health screenings.
For the purposes of the FCCRB, the outlined service categories have been broken down into the following fourteen service areas:
Requests to the Board should describe how the purchase of services or capital funding projects is designed to enable a child or youth to progress toward their goals, to develop his or her capacity, and to improve skills essential to healthy living.
For allowable costs, see the funding policy:
GrantWatch ID#: 145209
The regular service contract year runs from July 1 to June 30.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
For programs that are new to the Franklin County Community Resource Board, apply online:
For existing partner programs, application copies should be received via mail or delivered to:
Franklin County Family Resource Center
500 Clark Avenue, Union, MO 63084
Due to the building being under construction and COVID-19, please call Annie before delivery to ensure that someone is at the building to accept the applications.
In addition, email one electronic copy to email@example.com. All supplemental information must be submitted electronically. No need for hard copies.
For assistance with this application or for further information, please contact:
Executive Director: Annie Foncannon
Phone: (636) 234-7133
Fax: (636) 678-2644
501 West End, Suite 106
P.O. Box 126
Union, MO 63084
USA: Missouri: Franklin County
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