Vermilion County, Ill., funds by Health and Human Services, Department of
Note: For some programs where states do not report where money will be distributed across the state, we do not have the allocation for individual counties. Those programs include: Medicaid, unemployment benefits and food stamps. Those amounts are included in the totals for where the state agency receiving that money is located.
Amount refers to both the amount of stimulus funding going toward the project and the face value of the loan.
|EAST CENTRAL IL COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY||$540,922||
ARRA - Community Services Block Grant This award represents IllinoisG?? allocation of CSBG ARRA 2009 funding. One hundred percent of these funds were allocated to 36 CAAs and one statewide migrant organization including the benefit enrollment and coordination funding. CAAs used the funding
This spending item is part of a $47,232,781 allocation. See details
|Administration for Children and Families||4/14/2009|
|EAST CENTRAL IL COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY||$437,612||ARRA - Head Start Head start ARRA Expansion for 30 children.The Head Start Expansion grant serves 30 children in a center based option. The cities served are Hoopeston in Vermilion County and Gibson City in Ford County, Illinois. The Head Start program provides comprehen||Administration for Children and Families||9/17/2009|
|EAST CENTRAL IL COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY||$264,534||ARRA - Head Start ARRA funding for Head Start staff COLA and education; furnishings. Head Start Full year Part day handicapped; T & TA||Administration for Children and Families||6/23/2009|
|EAST CENTRAL IL COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY||$264,534||ARRA - Head Start Title: Head Start Full Year Part Day: Handicapped; T/TA Award Description: The Head Start Program received funding for a cost of living adjustment increase, quality improvement funds for equipment, supplies and education of classroom teachers and aides.||Administration for Children and Families||6/23/2009|
|VERMILION, COUNTY OF||$19,500||
ARRA - Immunization The Immunization Program executed $1,845,000 in grant agreements to 91 local health departments (LHD) which demonstrated vaccine delivery to VFC-qualified infants, children and adolescents during 2008. Four of the 91 LHDs were unable to spend all their
This spending item is part of a $2,043,975 allocation. See details
|Centers for Disease Control and Prevention||9/15/2009|