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Summary of ARPA $5M Small/Medium Tranche Awardees, Projects, and Budgets

Applicant Project NameApproved Budget
Belonging to Each Other, Inc.Transitional Housing for Adults Experiencing Homelessness in Falmouth, MA$350,000
Cape Abilities Inc.Van Purchases for transport of disabled adult program participants$222,000
Cape and Islands Veterans Outreach CenterSupport of the Food Operations Center to feed more than 2,000 veterans and their families$139,802
Cape Cod Children’s PlaceCreating a Culture of Resilience in Early Education and Care$371,090
Cape Cod Community CollegeCampus Broadband/WiFi Improvement and Expansion$205,500
Cape Cod Council of Churches, Inc.Support for COVID-Related Expansion of Services for the Food Program and for A Baby Center$251,000
Cape Cod Pharmacy and Health LLC d/b/a Whole Health PharmacyFor their Mass-Vaccination Response Team Expansion$173,028
Cape Cod Times Needy Fund, Inc.Stabilization for Vulnerable Residents of Cape Cod Impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic$175,000
Cape Kid Meals, Inc.Equipment and supplies to provide food for the school-aged children of food-insecure families on weekends when access to school breakfast/lunch programs are not available.$150,000
Community Connections, Inc.Staff Training and Tuition Remission to Attract and Retain Direct Support Professionals (for the Cape Cod Disability Network)$122,852
Health Imperatives, Inc.Barnstable County “Equity Now–Teen Health Program”, to provide health services at their Hyannis Sexual and Reproductive Health clinic to 1,500 low-income, under-insured adolescents and adults.$195,545
Helping Our Women Inc.To create a Center for Women’s Wellness & Peer Support on the Outer Cape$207,241
Homeless Prevention Council, Inc.For New Building Acquisition and Renovation and for Direct Assistance Funds for Clients$275,000
Housing Assistance CorporationTo support access to housing via the THRIVE Program, and with payments for elderly and disabled housing$288,000
Latham Centers, Inc.For a Kitchen Renovation and Upgrade to support their residential care services for intellectually disabled persons.$311,711
Lower Cape Outreach CouncilTo restart the “Foods to Encourage” Program, educating the public about healthier options to choose at food pantries and stores.$113,054
Provincetown Public Schools
(Serves children from P-town + 4 Outer Cape towns)
For repairs and upgrades to the Provincetown Schools Early Learning Center building and grounds.$362,801
The Family Pantry of Cape Cod Food ProgramFor Food Supplies for Distribution$300,000
Town of Eastham
(4-Town Behavioral Health Team)
For a 4-town collaboration to provide Behavioral Health outreach and services (Eastham, Wellfleet, Truro, and Provincetown)$381,375
YMCA Cape CodFor Housing Stipends to recruit and retain Child Care Staff$405,000