NYSPEP'S mission is to promote and improve parenting education, in order to enhance parenting skills, knowledge and behavior.

2017-2018 NYSPEP Mini-Grants Call for Applications Now Open

NYSPEP is proud to announce the 2017-2018 call for proposals for mini-grants offered in conjunction with the NYS Office of Mental Health. We will be awarding 6 grants of up to 2,000.00 to agencies that submit a proposal in regard to how they will be utilizing the Center for Social Policy’s Protective Factors framework to provide evidence-based parenting education and support in their communities.

One recipient from each of the five regions of NYS is selected and provided funding that is aimed at helping increase parents’ access and decrease barriers to participation. We strongly encourage collaboration with other organizations when possible to make the most of the grant that is provided and promote
sustainability. Applications are due to NYSPEP by October 16, 2017.

Submission: To apply, complete the fillable application form below. Returning the saved form by email attachment is preferred: nyspep@nyspep.org with the subject line: 2017 MG APP. You may return by postal mail: NYSPEP Coordinator, c/o Prevent Child Abuse New York, 33 Elk Street, 2nd Floor, Albany, NY 12207 or by fax: 518-436- 5889, attention: NYSPEP Coordinator.

Application for 2017-2018 Mini-Grants (Fillable Form): 

Click here for 2017-2018 Mini-Grant Application Form

2016 - 2017 Mini-Grant Awardees

NYSPEP is excited is to announce notifications have gone out to the 2016 Mini-Grant Recipients! This year our review committee has decided to fund five proposals:

The Research Foundation for SUNY on behalf of Prevention Support Partners of Oswego County for their Circle of Security Program. 

The Capital District Child Care Coordinating Council for their Parent Cafe Series.

The EAC Network Long Island Parenting Institute for their Common Sense Parenting Program.

The Rochester Childfirst Network for the Teaching Pyramid Model.

Yeshiva University for their intensive Regulation Focused work with both children and parents.

We are excited to see the impact these programs will make!