Alcohol, drug prevention and treatment
- YWCA — $1,852 for life skills training for elementary students in two schools.
- Children’s Home Society of Washington — $15,000 for parenting programs.
- Trilogy Recovery Community — $7,268 for family connection work.
- Serenity Point Counseling Services — $428,731 for treatment services.
Developmental disability employment services
- About $856,483 distributed to the following organizations for direct client support, according to DHS officials:
- Community Options — individual supported employment, community access and individual technical assistance.
- Goodwill Industries — group supported employment, individual technical assistance, and individual supported employment.
- Lillie Rice Center — child development services and group supported employment, pre-vocational services, individual supported employment, community access and individual technical assistance.
- The Place — individual supported employment, community access and individual technical assistance.
- Walla Walla Senior Center at the Park — community access and individual technical assistance.
- Service Alternatives — individual supportive employment and individual technical assistance.
Housing programs and poverty response projects
- Blue Mountain Action Council — $57,313 for transitional housing, rental assistance and case management services; $88,127 for public services.
- Catholic Charities of Walla Walla — $20,000 for development of a homeless youth shelter business and funding plan.
- Walla Walla County Department of Human Services — $65,505 for transitional and supportive housing for individuals with chronic mental illness.
- Helpline — $131,626 for emergency housing vouchers, rental assistance; STEP homeless women’s shelter and housing coordinator services, $396,758 for housing and essential needs.
- STAR Project — $28,200 for housing services for just-released ex-convicts.
- YWCA — $9,000 for the women’s domestic violence shelter.
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