Current Grant Opportunities

Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Program 2019 Continuation Application
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

Download this doc file.2019 RSAT RFA

LINK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSIONS

https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/rsat_continuation

OVERVIEW

The Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Program assists states and local governments in the development and implementation of substance use disorder treatment programs in state and local correctional and detention facilities. Funds are also available to create and maintain community-based aftercare services for individuals after they are released from incarceration.

HOW TO APPLY

The application must be submitted electronically using the above link.  All proposal documents are required to be submitted electronically by uploading the original files or by uploading scanned documents to the online application.

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS

Applicants are limited to local agencies currently receiving an award under the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council's 2018 Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Program

APPLICATION DEADLINE

All applications are due at 5:00PM on October 30, 2020

ATTACHMENTS

Program Narrative;  Download this xls file.Budget Detail Worksheet ; Budget Narrative; Standard Assurances; Disclosure of Lobbying Activities; Certifications Regarding Lobbying, etc.; Civil Rights Contact Form; Audit Requirements Form; Designation of Grant Officials  

CONTACT

Stephanie Rupay, Planner

stephanie.rupay@cjcc.ga.gov

404-654-1774

 

Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Program 2019 Competitive Application
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

Download this doc file.2019 RSAT RFA

LINK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSIONS

https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/rsat_competitive

OVERVIEW

The Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Program assists states and local governments in the development and implementation of substance use disorder treatment programs in state and local correctional and detention facilities. Funds are also available to create and maintain community-based aftercare services for individuals after they are released from incarceration.

HOW TO APPLY

The application must be submitted electronically using the above link.  All proposal documents are required to be submitted electronically by uploading the original files or by uploading scanned documents to the online application.

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS

Applicants are limited to units of state and local government in Georgia representing detention facilities.

APPLICATION DEADLINE

All applications are due at 5:00PM on October 30, 2020

ATTACHMENTS

Program Narrative;  Download this xls file.Budget Detail Worksheet ; Budget Narrative; Standard Assurances; Disclosure of Lobbying Activities; Certifications Regarding Lobbying, etc.; Civil Rights Contact Form; Audit Requirements Form; Designation of Grant Officials  

CONTACT

Stephanie Rupay, Planner

stephanie.rupay@cjcc.ga.gov

404-654-1774

 

Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG)
Program 2020 State Grant Application
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

Download this doc file.2020 Byrne-Jag RFA

LINK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSIONS

https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/byrne_state_award

OVERVIEW

The Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program (42 U.S.C. 3751(a)) is the primary provider of federal criminal justice funding to state and local jurisdictions.  The JAG program was created in 2005 by the merger of the Byrne Grant Program and the Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Program providing states and units of local governments with critical funding necessary to support a range of program areas within the criminal justice system.

HOW TO APPLY

The application must be submitted electronically using the above link.  All proposal documents are required to be submitted electronically by uploading the original files or by uploading scanned documents to the online application.

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS

Applicants are limited to state agencies currently receiving an award under the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council’s 2019 State JAG Program.

APPLICATION DEADLINE

All applications are due at 5:00PM on October 30, 2020

ATTACHMENTS

Program Narrative; Download this xls file.Budget Detail Worksheet ; Budget Narrative;  Download this doc file.Personnel Action Forms ; Job Descriptions; Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) if applicable

CONTACT

Stephanie Rupay, Planner

stephanie.rupay@cjcc.ga.gov

404-654-1774

 

Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG)
Program 2020 Local Grant Application
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

Download this doc file.2020 Byrne-Jag RFA

LINK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSIONS

https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/byrne_local_award

OVERVIEW

The Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program (42 U.S.C. 3751(a)) is the primary provider of federal criminal justice funding to state and local jurisdictions.  The JAG program was created in 2005 by the merger of the Byrne Grant Program and the Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Program providing states and units of local governments with critical funding necessary to support a range of program areas within the criminal justice system.

HOW TO APPLY

The application must be submitted electronically using the above link.  All proposal documents are required to be submitted electronically by uploading the original files or by uploading scanned documents to the online application.

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS

Applicants are limited to agencies currently receiving an award under the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council’s 2017 Local JAG Program.

APPLICATION DEADLINE

All applications are due at 5:00PM on October 30, 2020

ATTACHMENTS

Program Narrative; Download this xls file.Budget Detail Worksheet ; Budget Narrative; Download this doc file.Personnel Action Forms ; Job Descriptions; Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) 

CONTACT

Stephanie Rupay, Planner

stephanie.rupay@cjcc.ga.gov

404-654-1774

 

Sexual Assault Services Program (SASP) FY2020 Competitive Request for Applications

CFDA 16.017

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

Download this pdf file.FY2020 SASP Competitive RFA

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Download this pdf file.Sexual Assault Services Program (SASP) FAQs
LINK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSIONS https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/fy20_sasp_competitive
RISK ASSESSMENT https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/cjcc_agency_assessment
HOW TO APPLY

The application must be submitted electronically using the above link. All proposal documents are required to be submitted electronically by uploading the original files or by uploading scanned documents to the online application.

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS

Applicants are limited to non-profit, non-governmental agencies located in Georgia and provide core services, direct intervention, and related assistance to support direct services to victims and co-victims of sexual violence.

Applicant agencies should be certified and eligible to receive Local Victim Assistance Program (LVAP) 5% funds. Agencies without certification may apply for funding; however, if funding is awarded the agency will have to complete certification requirements prior to receiving an award.

APPLICATION DEADLINE

All applications are due at 5:00PM on November 2, 2020

CONTACT

Liz Flowers
Sexual Assault Unit Supervisor
liz.flowers@cjcc.ga.gov

Amy Hutsell
Program Director
amy.hutsell@cjcc.ga.gov

 

Services, Training, Officers, Prosecution Violence Against Women Act (S.T.O.P. VAWA) Grant Program FY2020 Competitive Request for Applications

CFDA 16.588

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

Download this pdf file.FY2020 S.T.O.P. VAWA Competitive RFA

LINK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSIONS https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/fy20_vawa_competitive
RISK ASSESSMENT https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/cjcc_agency_assessment
HOW TO APPLY

The application must be submitted electronically using the above link. All proposal documents are required to be submitted electronically by uploading the original files or by uploading scanned documents to the online application.

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS

Applicants are limited to non-profit, non-governmental, or local government agencies located in Georgia that provide services to victims or hold offenders accountable through prosecution, courts, or law enforcement activities. Crimes addressed by S.T.O.P. VAWA are limited to domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and/or stalking.

Applicant agencies should be certified and eligible to receive Local Victim Assistance Program (LVAP) 5% funds. Agencies without certification may apply for funding; however, if funding is awarded the agency will have to complete certification requirements prior to receiving an award.

ATTACHMENTS Download this pdf file. 2020 VAWA Implementation Meeting   Download this pdf file.SPARC Identifying and Responding Handouts  

Download this pdf file.2020 STOP VAWA RFA Frequently Asked Questions

APPLICATION DEADLINE

All applications are due at 5:00PM on November 2, 2020

CONTACT

Jennifer Thomas
Director of Strategic Partnership
jennifer.thomas@cjcc.ga.gov

Shannon Montgomery
Planning and Policy Specialist
shannon.montgomery@cjcc.ga.gov

 

Discretionary Training and Technical Assistance Program for VOCA Victim Assistance Grantees FY2020 Continuation Request for Applications 

CFDA 16.582

LINK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSIONS

https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/fy20_voca_continuation_training_rfa

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Download this pdf file.FY2020 VOCA Training Grant Continuation RFA
HOW TO APPLY

The application must be submitted electronically using the above link. All proposal documents are required to be submitted electronically by uploading the original files or by uploading scanned documents to the online application.

OVERVIEW

The purpose of this solicitation is to provide training and technical assistance to VOCA Victim Assistance service providers and others who work with victims of crime. By supporting victim service providers, OVC expects to improve outcomes for victims of crime. This project is authorized by 34 U.S.C. § 20103(c)(1)(A).

The goal of this program is to provide training and technical assistance to VOCA victim assistance service providers and others who work with crime victims. Since federal fiscal year (FY) 2015, the number of victim service providers receiving funds through the Victim Assistance Formula Grant Program has almost doubled. Additionally, in a series of focus groups with VOCA Victim Assistance Program administrators, OVC was advised that additional training funds were needed to ensure victim service professionals receive continuous training about victimization and the rights and services for victims of crime. Activities funded through this program may include, but are not limited to, the establishment or enhancement of state victim assistance academies (SVAA), statewide training initiatives, crime victim-related conferences, basic training for new programs, or scholarships to attend conferences and/or training for service providers and others who work with victims of crime.

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS

Applicants are limited to organizations that received a FY2019 award, are operated by a public agency, a nonprofit organization, or a combination of such agencies or organizations within the State of Georgia. Service provision must be available to crime victims regardless of victims’ participation in the criminal justice system and immigration status.  Please note any award made pursuant to this solicitation is dependent upon the receipt and availability of federal grant awards and any requirements or conditions attached thereto.

Eligible organizations include victim services organizations whose sole mission is to provide services to crime victims. These organizations include but are not limited to sexual assault and rape treatment centers, domestic violence programs and shelters, child abuse programs, centers for missing children, mental health services, and other community-based victim coalitions and support organizations. Note: Commonly funded agency/program types and core services defined by CJCC are not exhaustive of every type of agency in the state serving crime victims. Certified domestic violence and sexual assault centers must also comply with their respective state standards.

An eligible applicant must meet all of the following criteria:

  1. Be a non-profit organization as designated by the Internal Revenue Service or a public government entity,
  2. Serve as the fiscal agent for the grant and the point of contact to CJCC
  3. Be responsible, liable, and oversee financial, program, and post-award reporting requirements; and
  4. If applicable, be a certified Human Trafficking Victim Assistance Organization per SB158.
APPLICATION DEADLINE

All applications are due on Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 5:00PM

CONTACT

Cynthia Valdez
Domestic Violence Unit Supervisor
cynthia.valdez@cjcc.ga.gov

Natalie Williams
Program Director
natalie.williams@cjcc.ga.gov

 

Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Grant Program FY2020 Addressing Victimizations within the Juvenile Justice System Request for Applications 

CFDA 16.575

LINK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSIONS

https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/voca_grant_program_2020_addressing_victimizations_within_the_jj_system_rfa

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Download this pdf file.FY2020 VOCA Grant: Juvenile Justice System Victimizations RFA
RISK ASSESSMENT https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/cjcc_agency_assessment
HOW TO APPLY

The application must be submitted electronically using the above link. All proposal documents are required to be submitted electronically by uploading the original files or by uploading scanned documents to the online application.

OVERVIEW

The VOCA Formula Grant Program, created under the 1984 Victims of Crime Act, provides federal funding to support victim assistance and compensation programs, to provide training for diverse professionals who work with victims, to develop projects to enhance victims’ rights and services, and to undertake public education and awareness activities on behalf of crime victims. The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) was created by the U.S. Department of Justice and formally established by Congress in 1988 through an amendment to the Victims of Crime Act of 1984 (VOCA). OVC provides federal funds to support victim assistance and compensation programs around the country. The Crime Victims’ Fund is the source of funding for these programs. Millions of dollars are deposited into the Crime Victims’ Fund annually from criminal fines, forfeited bail bonds, penalties, and special assessments collected by U.S. Attorneys' Offices, federal U.S. courts, and the Federal Bureau of Prisons. To date, Crime Victims’ Fund dollars have always come from offenders convicted of federal crimes, not from taxpayers. 

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS

Applicants are limited to local county commissions/boards of commissioners to apply on behalf of juvenile courts within the State of Georgia. For the purposes of this solicitation, applications will only be accepted from suburban and rural counties due to the limited amount of resources available in those areas. Please see Appendix B for a map of identified eligible counties.

An eligible applicant must meet all of the following criteria:

  1. Be a public government entity;
  2. Be from a rural or suburban county;
  3. Serve as the fiscal agent for the grant and the point of contact to CJCC; and
  4. Be responsible, liable, and oversee financial, program, and post-award reporting requirements.
APPLICATION DEADLINE

All applications are due on Monday, October 19, 2020 at 5:00PM

CONTACT

Chelsea Benson
Model Fidelity Coordinator
chelsea.benson@cjcc.ga.gov

Nikitris Deloach
Community Programs Unit Supervisor
nikitris.deloach@cjcc.ga.gov