District of Columbia Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA)
CFSA provides funds to E/BFSC and the HFTC Collaboratives to provide community-based child welfare services. The neighborhood-based services and supports are designed to preserve and reunite families by reducing or eliminating the possibility of children being removed from their families or community. E/BFSC’s provides primary and secondary prevention services to ensure that children are safe, families are strong and communities are vibrant.

The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness (TCP)
E/BFSC receives funds from TCP to provide comprehensive case management and housing relocation services for homeless families with children.

United Planning Organization (UPO)
E/BFSC has been awarded a Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) to build capacity to assist the families and individuals in Ward 5 and 6, primarily, to become more self sufficient by securing employment, increasing education attainment and by removing social barriers to economic success.

Healthy Families/Thriving Communities Collaborative Council, Fatherhood Education, Empowerment and Development (FEED) Program
E/BFSC and the HFTC Collaboratives have received a grant from the Federal Government to deliver services designed to support fathers’ involvement in the lives of their children.

District of Columbia Justice Grants Administration  (JGA)
Through Justice Grants Administration’s Show Up, Stand Out Program, E/BFSC is working collaboratively with the following schools to reduce truancy: (1) Browne Educational Campus; (2) Miner Elementary School; (3) J.O. Wilson Elementary School; (4) Two Rivers Public Charter School; (5) Jefferson Academy; (6) Amidon-Bowen Elementary; and (7) Eliot-Hine Middle School.  This grant enables us to further our prevention efforts in the school to prevent children and families from entering the child welfare system.

Office of the State Superintendent of Education
Through the DC Community Schools Incentive Act of 2012, this funding was awarded to develop full service community school programming at Amidon-Bowen Elementary School and Jefferson Middle School Academy.  We are expanding our school based efforts and provide integrated academic, health, and social services to students, families and the community, resulting in increased academic performance of their students, greater parental involvement, and positive outcomes for the broader community. 

For more information about any of these programs, please visit our Programs link.