South Canadian Resource Center provides professional grant proposal writing, grant proposal reviews, feasibility studies for Federal grant programs, and ICW training and resources.
We are experts for federal guidance on licensing foster homes on Indian country, Indian Child Welfare Act policies, and foster care resources for Native American Tribes involved in providing social services to children, teens, and families.
If you’re involved in Indian Child Welfare services or provide social services such as ICWA, Head Start, First Offenders, Upward Bound, or Day Care, then South Canadian Resource Center can help you!
South Canadian curriculum and training materials are second to none! Everything you learn is in-depth and comprehensive. We can equip you to handle any situation more effectively and professionally. And we are always available for consultations and support.
Rick Short, CEO
Rick Short has over 20 years experience writing Federal grants. He has won awards ranging from $5,000 to $4,500,000 from private, State and Federal sources for faith based organizations, Federally Recognized Tribes and social service agencies. His cumulative total is over 250 million dollars in awards.
Here are some of the numerous grants awarded by his work:
- Drug Court
- Employment & Training
- Grants to Tribal Indian Governments
- Juvenile Re-entry
- Voc Rehab
- Office Violence Against Women – Sexual Assault
- OVW Transitional Housing, Transportation
- ANA Language
- Library Enhancement
- Tribal Youth Program
- ANA SEDs
- CCDF Child Care.
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Please call South Canadian Resource Center at (405) 447-8519 to get more information or fill out our online form to e-mail us today.