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Gov. Malloy Announces $30.8 Million in Grants to Assist Nonprofit Providers With Capital Improvement Projects

(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that approximately $30.8 million in state grants are being awarded to 92 nonprofit organizations throughout Connecticut as part of the state’s Nonprofit Grant Program, which assists organizations with the costs associated with one-time infrastructure improvements that improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the services provided by the organizations.

Created by Governor Malloy in 2013, the program has invested a total of $105 million in hundreds of the state’s nonprofit organizations since its launch. Today’s allocations are the program’s seventh round of grants.

“Connecticut’s nonprofit organizations serve every resident of Connecticut and play a substantial role in maintaining our safety net,” Governor Malloy said. “Partnering with them is a smart fiscal investment to ensure that they can continue to provide services while doing so in an efficient, cost-effective way. By supporting capital purchases that enhance the delivery, efficiency, and effectiveness of the services they provide, these nonprofit organizations can focus their attention on what they do best – getting services to those who need them most.”

The program is administered by the Connecticut Office of Policy and Management.

Today’s round of grant awards include:

  • Bridgeport – Southwestern Connecticut Agency on Aging: $323,000 (Client Management System - Phase Three)
  • Bridgeport – Visiting Nurse Services of Connecticut: $310,100 (Acquisition of Laptops for Clinicians)
  • Canaan – The Robert C. Geer Memorial Hospital, Incorporated: $2,200,000 (Component 1: preferred project: Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility)
  • Canton – The ARC of the Farmington Valley, Inc.: $1,216,483 (Property Acquisition and Construction Day Program & Adaptive Recreation Center)
  • Danbury – Family & Children’s Aid, Inc.: $280,600 (Playmakers Village)
  • Danbury – MWCCA: $191,232 (Bridgeport Outpatient – HVAC, Roof & Renovations, Trinity Glen Well & Water Storage Tank)
  • Dayville – United Services, Inc.: $343,900 (Electronic Health Record Update for Improved and More Efficient Client Outcomes)
  • Derby – TEAM, Inc.: $92,700 (Meals on Wheels Vehicle Replacement)
  • Enfield – Allied Rehabilitation Centers, Inc.: $880,000 (Elm Street Relocation to Powder Ridge, Mahoney Road CLA Relocation)
  • Enfield – Viability Inc.: $457,600 (Bloomfield Building)
  • Groton – Noank Community Support Services, Inc.: $50,000 (Kitchen Renovation Group Home)
  • Hamden – Opportunity House, Inc.: $144,000 (Community Integration)
  • Hartford – Catholic Charities, Inc. - Archdiocese of Hartford: $182,644 (Developmentally Disabled Adults Program Transportation)
  • Hartford – Charter Oak Health Center, Inc.: $291,519 (Expand service: 32 Grand St, Hartford)
  • Hartford – Chrysalis Center, Inc.: $1,496,000 (Phelps Village)
  • Hartford – Community Partners in Action, Inc.: $53,675 (New Generator)
  • Hartford – Community Renewal Team: $1,007,322 (Client Support Technology Modernization, CRT Food Service Improvements, CRT Homes [Housing Resource Center], East Hartford Family Homeless Shelter)
  • Hartford – Hands On Hartford: $96,956 (Security and communications upgrade to increase client safety, privacy and access)
  • Hartford – Harc, Inc.: $405,524 (Accessibility and safety improvements, generators for seven group homes)
  • Hartford – Jewish Association for Community Living, Inc.: $100,000 (Four replacement vans for its group homes)
  • Hartford – The Open Hearth Association: $35,000 (New fire doors and water shut-off valves for the Open Hearth building)
  • Hartford – The Village for Families & Children, Inc.: $946,649 (Village South expansion)
  • Hartford – YMCA of Metropolitan Hartford, Inc.: $221,000 (East Hartford YMCA - Larson Center renovation)
  • Hartford – YWCA Hartford Region, Inc.: $314,000 (Community facilities improvements, emergency shelter kitchen and bathroom renovations)
  • Litchfield – Connecticut Junior Republic Association, Inc.: $314,012 (campus maintenance vehicles/equipment, IT/network equipment replacement, Litchfield Campus facility upgrades)
  • Litchfield – EdAdvance: $836,372 (Enhanced efficiency and effectiveness for Litchfield County Head Start Program, health, safety, and ADA-compliance improvements to Head Start Program in Litchfield County)
  • Manchester – MARC, Inc. of Manchester: $624,065 (151 Sheldon Road roof replacement)
  • Middletown – Community Health Center, Inc.: $440,180 (Emergency generators for four CHCI sites)
  • Middletown – MARC Community Resources, Ltd.: $487,500 (Improving accessibility and program effectiveness)
  • Middletown – Middlesex Hospital: $1,320,000 (Electronic medical record)
  • Milford – Boys & Girls Village, Inc.: $996,696 (Life Skills Training Center)
  • New Britain – CW Resources, Inc.: $865,289 (Bristol Center sensory room, Phase 2 back parking lot, refrigerator truck, wheelchair vans)
  • New Britain – Klingberg Comprehensive Program Services, Inc.: $227,392 (370 Linwood and former JU Annex HVAC, Klingberg program vehicles, Raymond Hill School cafeteria renovation)
  • New Haven – Continuum of Care, Inc.: $60,000 (Bridgeport Crisis renovations)
  • New Haven – Cornell Scott-Hill Health Corporation: $290,913 (HVAC units)
  • New Haven – Fair Haven Community Health Clinic, Inc.: $1,095,957 (Family Health and Wellness Center)
  • New Haven – Planned Parenthood of Southern New England, Inc.: $740,553 (PPSNE-renovation and expansion of Waterbury Health Center)
  • New Haven – The Children’s Community Programs of Connecticut, Inc.: $1,900,800 (Building acquisition and renovation)
  • New London – Child and Family Agency of Southeastern Connecticut, Inc.: $68,479 (Playground renovation early childhood development center)
  • New London – Safe Futures, Inc.: $249,040 (Emergency domestic violence shelter – improving accessibility through renovation of kitchen, first floor bathroom, and widening of first floor door; HVAC replacement; replacement of windows and repair of water-dam)
  • New London – The Lighthouse Voc Ed Center Inc: $156,444 (Rooftop unit and lighting renovations, wheelchair van acquisition)
  • Norwalk – Star, Inc., Lighting the Way…: $1,178,531 (Alzheimer’s/Memory Center at STAR Center for People with I/DD, STAR, Inc. Construction of new accessible bathrooms, nursing station, expand capacity of existing bathrooms, ADA accessible covered ramp, public walkway, covered entrance STAR Center, Assistive Technology Resource Center and re-imagined adult day program space for people with I/DD, purchase heavy duty pick-up truck, snow plow STAR, Inc.)
  • Norwich – Martin House, Inc.: $38,833 (Replacement flooring following mold remediation)
  • Norwich – The Arc New London County, Inc: $100,302 (Sprinkler installation #2 at supported residence for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, sprinkler installation at supported group residence for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities)
  • Norwich – United Community & Family Services, Inc.: $834,350
  • Plainville – Wheeler Clinic: $465,152
  • Quaker Hill – Waterford Country School, Inc.: $78,860 (Thomas Bent STAR Program bathroom renovations)
  • Rocky Hill – Connecticut Alliance of Foster and Adoptive Families: $55,000 (Foster parent training app and online modules)
  • Shelton – Recovery Network of Programs, Inc.: $160,406 (Clinic repair, safety, and upgrade)
  • South Windham – Horizons, Inc.: $152,107 (Condensing units with hydronic air handlers, EEC building improvements)
  • Stamford – Laurel House, Inc.: $139,454 (Housing units, kitchen renovations)
  • Stamford – Shelter for the Homeless: $1,610,456 (Acquisition of Fairfield Commons properties)
  • Torrington – The McCall Foundation, Inc.: $171,000 (Roof/gutter replacement – McCall House Intermediate Residential Program; window replacement – Carnes Weeks Center Intensive Residential Treatment; window replacement – Outpatient Clinic)
  • Trumbull – The Kennedy Center, Inc.: $178,483 (Medical and safety equipment upgrades)
  • Unionville – New Horizons, Inc.: $1,015,257 (Rehab at New Horizons Village)
  • Wallingford – Vantage Group, Inc.: $142,953 (Group home renovation)
  • Waterbury – Waterbury Young Men’s Christian Association: $792,000 (Waterbury YMCA Annex at Rose Hill - 63 Prospect Street)
  • Waterbury – Wellmore, Inc.: $480,128 (Agency-technology system security)
  • West Hartford – The Bridge Family Center, Inc.: $171,084 (Purchase four new GMC Acadia vehicles for Bridge DCF-funded programs)
  • Westbrook – SARAH, Inc.: $300,000 (Vehicle replacement)
  • Willimantic – Holy Family Home and Shelter, Inc.: $208,400 (Elevator modernization)
  • Windsor – Community Health Resources, Inc.: $173,500 (Putnam addiction recovery bathroom renovation project, residential program generators, Woodbridge group home repairs)

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