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104 STAT. 4552 PUBLIC LAW 101-630—NOV. 28, 1990 (iv) the specific treatment concepts to be used under the program. (c) MAXIMUM GRANT AMOUNT.— The maximum amount of any grant awarded under subsection (a) shall not exceed $500,000. (d) GRANT ADMINISTRATION AND FINAL REPORT.— Each recipient of a grant awarded under subsection (a) shall— (1) furnish the Secretary of Health and Human Services with such information as such Secretary may require to— (A) evaluate the program for which the grant is made, and (B) ensure that the grant funds are expended for the purposes for which the grant was made, and (2) submit to such Secretary at the close of the term of the grant a Anal report which shall include such information as the Secretary may require. Appropriation (e) there is hereby authorized to be appropriated to carry out the authorization. provisions of this section $10,000,000 for each of the fiscal years 1992, 1993, 1994, and 1995. 25 USC 3209. SEC. 410. INDIAN CHILD RESOURCE AND FAMILY SERVICES CENTERS. (a) ESTABLISHMENT. — The Secretary shall establish within each area office of the Bureau an Indian Child Resource and Family Services Center. (b) MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT.— The Secretary and the Secretary of Health and Human Services shall enter into a Memoremdum of Agreement which provides for the staffing of the Centers established under this section. (c) CENTER STAFFING.— Each Center established under subsection (a) shall be staffed by a multidisciplinary team of personnel with experience and training in prevention, identification, investigation, and treatment of incidents of family violence, child abuse, and child neglect. (d) CENTER RESPONSIBIUTIES AND FUNCTIONS.— Each Center established under subsection (a) shall— (1) provide advice, technical assistance, and consultation to Indian tribes, tribal organizations, and inter-tribal consortia upon request; (2) provide training to appropriate personnel of Indian tribes, tribal organizations, the Bureau and the Service on the identification and investigation of cases of family violence, child abuse, and child neglect and, to the extent practicable, coordinate with institutions of higher education, including tribally controlled community colleges, to offer college-level credit to interested trainees; (3) develop training materials on the prevention, identification, investigation, and treatment of incidents of family violence, child abuse, and child neglect for distribution to Indian tribes and to tribal organizations; (4) develop recommendations to assist Federal and tribal personnel to respond to cases of family violence, child abuse, and child neglect; and (5) develop policies and procedures for each agency office of the Bureau and service unit of the Service within the area which, to the extent feasible, comply with tribal laws pertaining to cases of family violence, child abuse, and child neglect, including any criminal laws, and which provide for maximum cooperation with the enforcement of such laws.