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CURRENT GRANTS (Page of 4)
Grantee Org Year Project Description Primary Contact Amount
Claremont Graduate University 2002 Reclaiming Lives: California Foster Children Tell Their Stories Jean Schroedel $10000
University of Southern California 2001 Refining and Structured Interview for Questioning Young Children About Sexual Abuse. Thomas Lyon $10000
Pitzer College 1999 Screening Clinically Promising Healing Practices Among Native Americans in California Mario Maldonado $8000
University of Southern California 2001 Storefront Houses of Worship in Los Angeles. Martin Krieger $10000
RAND 2000 The Adoption of Abused and Neglected Children: Is it in their Best interests? Michal Perlman $125000
Pepperdine University 2000 The Faith Factor in Welfare to Work Programs Stephen V. Monsma $94096
University of Redlands 1999 The Political Economy of Social Security Reform Proposals Christopher Niggle $8000
Occidental College 1998 The Recruitment and Retention of Foster Families in Los Angeles, County: Does the Public or Private Sector Do a Better Job? Jean Hamilton $8000
University of Southern California 1998 The USC Welfare Reform Neighborhood Impact Study Rino Patti, Susan E. Smith $334927
Economic Roundtable 1999 Welfare Reform and the Working Poor: An Investigation of Labor Market Connections Among Welfare Workers in Los Angeles County Daniel J. Flaming, Peter Force, Mark Drayse $112050
 
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