Grant Impacts

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Denver, Colorado

Mayor Michael Hancock shares why he came home to Denver and how the City is managing unprecedented growth in the region. Through more efficient and effective pursuit of Federal resources, Denver is able to take their existing resources and do much more. Rather than spending money on wasteful processes, Denver invests their resources on delivering services faster to the people that need them the most.

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit's resilience, spirit and people have helped the City achieve remarkable results in the years following its bankruptcy. Watch as City leadership and stakeholders come together to share the important role that grant funds have played in Detroit. Once the poster child for ineffective grants management, Detroit is now a model for other communities.

Denver Colfax Project

The Federal Transit Administration’s Pilot Program for Transit Oriented Development awarded the City and County of Denver, in partnership with the Regional Transportation District, a $1.35 million grant to improve service to riders along the Colfax Corridor, helping to revitalize Denver’s Main Street with next generation transit infrastructure.

State of Arizona

Matthew Hanson, Statewide Grant Administrator and Director of the Office of Grants and Federal Resources, recently sat down to share how Arizona manages its $14.5 billion in federal grants. Matt shares key insights and explains how his office and more than 55 state agencies, departments, boards and commissions work together to enrich the lives of the citizens of Arizona.  

Denver URM Program

The Unaccompanied Refugee Minors (URM) program provides culturally- and linguistically-appropriate child welfare, foster care, and independent living services to minors who enter the United States unaccompanied by a parent or guardian. Since November 2008, the Colorado Department of Human Services, Colorado Refugee Services Program has administered the Colorado URM program.

Denver Library

The Denver Library Peer Navigator Program is funded by a $41,000 grant from the Justice Assistance Grant through the U.S. Department of Justice and is administered locally by Denver Human Services and the Colorado Mental Wellness Network. The peer ‘Navigators’ will provide referrals to resources such as housing, mental health and/or substance abuse services and assist with benefit acquisition for library customers experiencing poverty and homelessness.

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