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TANF (Fatherhood and Healthy Marriage) Grantee Training August 30, 2011 Alabama Department of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Children’s Trust Fund. Purpose of a Site Visit Observe the DCANP funded program “in action” to ensure effectiveness.

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TANF (Fatherhood and Healthy Marriage) Grantee TrainingAugust 30, 2011Alabama Department of Child Abuse and Neglect PreventionChildren’s Trust Fund


Purpose of a Site Visit

Observe the DCANPfunded program “in action” to ensure effectiveness.

Ensure the program is implemented as described in the PY 2010-2011 Grant Application/ 2011-2012 Continuation.

Provide technical support.

Provide feedback to funders, elected officials, Federal Government, and DCANPBoard.

who needs to be there
Who needs to be there?
  • Grantee’s Program Manager and other program personnel.
  • Financial Personnel.
  • Executive Director for initial/exit conference.
  • Any interested Board Members.
  • Person responsible for UA-SW data reporting.
federal funds
Federal Funds
  • TANF: Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, US Dept. of Health and Human Services, in partnership with State DHR (Fatherhood/AFP Programs & Healthy Marriage).
page 1
Page 1
  • Contract number: Obtain a copy of your contract(s). Use contract number on allcommunications, especially email (subject line).

Example: TANF 2012-101

page 1 continued
Page 1 (continued)
  • Fiscal Agent?
    • The entity responsible for receiving and disbursing funds. (DCANPBoard may limit use of fiscal agent for a specified number of years)
  • Board Stipulations: Do you know your time frame to meet stipulation(s)? DCANPBoard stipulations must be met by deadline or within a time frame approved in writing. (All grantees have contract stipulations!)
changes page 1
Changes - Page 1
  • Was previous year’s SVR-1 reviewed?: Yes No
  •  List all recommendations noted: ______
  •  List all corrective actions: ________
page 2
Page 2
  • I. Program Description
    • Program Goals:
    • Observation Comments: 
    • Compliance with Goals:
    •  Proposed Number of Individuals Served:
    • Number of Individuals Served YTD:
  •      B. If program implemented differs from the program proposed in the Grant Application, fully explain:
      • Any changes must be approved by DCANP Division Director
pages 2 3
Pages 2 - 3
  • Mandated participation (courts, DHR, JPO, etc.)
  • Non-mandated participation.
  • Attendance – current and historical (sign-in sheets).
  • C. Recruitment, Retention and Follow-up.
    • Follow-up from 2010-2011 Site Visit Report (Corrective Action Plan signed by Board Chair)
page 3 continued
Page 3 continued
  • II. Program Information

A. Program Name: ________________

B. Curriculum/Curricula Used: _____

    • Is the curriculum evidence-based? Yes No
    • Is the curriculum the same as listed in the original application? Yes No
    • Is the curriculum age appropriate for the identified target population? Yes No
  •  Recommendations:     
page 3 continued14
Page 3 continued
  • III. Program location
      • Consistent with contracted location
      • What day/time is the program conducted?
      • Changes? Notify your field director
page 4 5
Page 4 -5
  • Confidentiality – written policies
    • Files/Records
    • Participants
  • Mandatory Reporting
  • Statue 26-14-3 Mandatory Reporting: “Any mandatory reporting or other person called upon to render aid or medical assistance to any child, when the child is known or suspected to be a victim of child abuse or neglect, shall be required to report, OR cause a report to be made of the same, orally, either by telephone or direct communication immediately, followed by a written report, to a duly constituted authority. “
    • Contact DCANP for Technical Training
    • You are a mandated reporter!
  • Parental consent/minors - attach copy of policy to SVR-1
page 5 vii volunteers
Page 5VII. Volunteers
  • Duties/assignments
  • In-kind Services (RFP Page 14):
    • $20.85 non-professional work
    • Professionals contribute time at their local market rate (example: Psychologist at $80/hr.)
  • Sign-in sheets (what to include - date, signatures, total hours, etc.)
pages 5 6
Pages 5 - 6
  • VIII. Non-profit Status
  • IRS Form 501 (c) (3):
    • Does the address on the letter reflect the current location?
    • Is copy legible?
    • 1 (877) 829-5500 (must be officer and know FEIN, address, and organization name)
  • Board Information:
    • minutes (where are they secured?)
    • when are meetings held?
    • board attendance
    • paid members? relatives?
    • Current Board List and contact information
page 6 ix pr marketing fundraising
Page 6IX. PR/Marketing/Fundraising
  • DCANPlogos: include on all printed materials paid by DCANPGrant.
    • available on DCANPweb site (DHR logo for TANF programs)
    • Official COA available. Written request required.
  • Grantee participation in child abuse and neglect awareness programs (Blue Ribbon Campaign, Shaken Baby Syndrome/AHT, CTF/Realtors tag, Pinwheels for Prevention, etc.)
  • Fundraising (funds other than Government grants)
page 7 required background checks
Page 7 Required Background Checks
  • All employees and volunteers having direct contact, care/treatment, or custodial responsibility with children eighteen years of age or younger, as per Alabama Department of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention (DCANP) – Children’s Trust Fund policy, must have a national criminal background investigation completed prior to working directly with a child under the age of eighteen.  Minimum requirements include:
  •      -National Criminal Search
  •      -National Sex Offender Report
  •      -OFAC Report
  •      -Alabama Statewide Search
  •      -Social Security Trace Hawk
  • The estimated fee for the national criminal background check is $14.00 - $16.00 per individual.  A grant applicant will include funding for each background check in the proposed budget under the line of “Background Check”.
background checks continued
Background Checks continued
  • Copy of background check results reviewed during site visit.
  • The fee for the nationwide criminal background check is approximately $15.00 per individual.
  • You select the company
  • Cash and In-Kind Match

Pages 9-10

Please complete and sign before the site visit.

need additional information check the website www ctf alabama gov

Need additional information?CHECK THE WEBSITEWWW.CTF.ALABAMA.GOV


..include your contract number on ALL correspondence.

  • All Programs MUST start within 30 days after contract execution unless a later date has been approved in writing by your DCANPDivision Director.
How to Contact DCAP:


Phone: (334) 242-5710

Fax: (334) 242-5711