- Brad Cohen Tourette Foundation - https://bradcohentourettefoundation.com -

Congratulations to our Fall 2012 Grant Winners!

We are excited to announce the Fall 2012 recipients of the Brad Cohen Tourette Foundation Grants. Each of these organizations coordinate programs that support the mission and vision of our Foundation. The programs will be making a difference in the lives of children with Tourette Syndrome across the United States.

Below is a list of the organizations who were awarded grants:

 1)      Tourette Syndrome Association of Texas (Houston, TX)

           Camp du Ballon Rouge

           Scholarships for children attending weekend camp

           www.tourettetexas.org [1]

2)      Joshua Center (Kansas City, MO)

          Social Skills Groups

          Scholarships for children to attend social skills groups

          www.joshuacenter.com [2]

3)      Tourette Syndrome Association of Illinois (Chicago, IL)

          Speaker about Tourette Syndrome

          Funding to bring in speaker Sue Conners to educate teachers and the community

           www.tsa-illinois.org [3]

4)      New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome (Somerville, NJ)

          Family Retreat Weekend

          Scholarships for adolescents and teens to attend event

          www.njcts.org [4]

5)      Greenfield (MA) Community Television (Greenfield, MA)

           Live Broadcast to address myths and realities of Tourette Syndrome

            Funding to help broadcast and DVD of the program for distribution

            www.gctv.org [5]

6)      Tourette Syndrome Association of Greater New York State (Buffalo, NY)

            Educator In-Services

            Funding to help support in-services across the state

            www.tsa-gnys.org [6]

7)      Pennsylvania Tourette Syndrome Alliance (McSherrystown, PA)

           Accept Me Project

           Fund Peer Trainings for the Accept Me Project

           www.patsainc.org [7]

8)      Tourette Syndrome Association of Iowa (Des Moines, Iowa)

          Speaker about Tourette Syndrome

          Funding to bring in speaker Sue Conners to educate teachers and the community

          www.itsasupportgroup.org [8]