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|CASES/Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services||
A two-year grant of $200,000 for a diversion program for court involved women who have traumatic histories, as well as mental illness and substance abuse.
Joel Copperman, CEO and President
A two-year grant of $150,000, approved in 2011, for mental-health work in the Prison Visiting Project.
Soffiyah Elijah, Executive Director
|Friends of Island Academy||
A one-year grant for mental-health and primary care services for young people both during and after their incarceration on Rikers, and for support of their families.
Christine Pahigian, Executive Director
A two-year grant of $100,000, for the expansion of the Therapeutic Tele-Visiting Intervention, which will be a direct video hookup between four upstate prisons and Osborne’s New York City sites, so that children in the City might regularly communicate with their incarcerated parents.
Elizabeth Gaynes, Executive Director