Current Grant Opportunities

Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA) Domestic Violence Mini-Grant Program FY2020 Continuation Application

CFDA 93.671

LINK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSIONS

https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/fvpsaminigrantrfp_fy2020

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Download this pdf file.FY2020 FVPSA Domestic Violence Mini-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 funding sources for this solicitation is the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act Grant Program. The Administration on Children, Youth and Families (ACYF) is the federal agency that administers FVPSA Formula Grant Funds to U.S. states and territories. The Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA) provides the primary federal funding stream dedicated to the support of emergency shelter and supportive services for victims of domestic violence and their dependents. It helps fund core domestic violence services across the country, including crisis response, safe housing, advocacy, counseling, legal assistance, safety planning, and comprehensive support.

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS

Awards are limited to FY 2019 FVPSA-mini award recipient organizations that provide domestic violence services. Any award made pursuant to this solicitation is dependent upon the receipt and availability of grant awards and any requirements/conditions attached thereto. An eligible applicant must meet all of the following criteria:

  1. Be a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization or a public government entity;
  2. Serve as the fiscal agent for the grant and the point of contact to CJCC; and
  3. Be responsible, liable, and oversee financial, program and post-award reporting requirements.
  4. Be certified and eligible to receive Local Victim Assistance (LVAP) 5% funds.
APPLICATION DEADLINE

All applications are due on Friday, July 31, 2020 at 5:00PM

CONTACT

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

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

 

FY2019 Adult Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program: Part-Time Program Case Managers
LINK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSIONS

https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/fy19_adc_casemanagers

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Download this pdf file.Case Manager Solicitation
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. This Download this xls file.linked Excel Sheet must be attached through the online Formstack application.

OVERVIEW

The FY19 Adult Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program provides financial and technical assistance to states, state courts, local courts, units of local government, and federally recognized Indian tribal governments to develop and implement drug courts and veterans treatment courts. The purpose of this project is to provide financial assistance to courts within Georgia’s accountability court system for the purpose of securing part-time program case managers.

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS

Applicants are limited to current state funded Adult Drug Courts to include: Adult Felony Drug, Veterans, DUI/DWI, and Family Treatment. An eligible applicant must also meet the following criteria:

1. Be responsible, liable, and oversee financial, program, and post-award reporting requirements.

APPLICATION DEADLINE

All applications are due on Friday, August 7, 2020 at 5:00PM

CONTACT Mia Smith, Planning and Policy Development Specialist
Mia.Smith@cjcc.ga.gov

 

FY2019 Adult Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program: Surveillance Technology for Rural Courts
 
LINK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSIONS

https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/fy19_adc_surveillance

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Download this pdf file.Surveillance Technology Solicitation
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. This Download this xls file.linked Excel Sheet must be attached through the online Formstack application.

OVERVIEW

The FY19 Adult Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program provides financial and technical assistance to states, state courts, local courts, units of local government, and federally recognized Indian tribal governments to develop and implement drug courts and veterans treatment courts. The purpose of this project is to provide financial assistance to rural courts for the enhancement of current surveillance operations. Funds may be used but not limited to: GPS monitoring, virtual field supervision, and solutions to support participant supervision.

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS

Applicants are limited to current state funded Adult Drug Courts to include: Adult Felony Drug, Veterans, DUI/DWI, and Family Treatment. An eligible applicant must also meet the following criteria:

1. Be responsible, liable, and oversee financial, program, and post-award reporting requirements.

APPLICATION DEADLINE

All applications are due on Friday, August 7, 2020 at 5:00PM

CONTACT

Mia Smith, Planning and Policy Development Specialist
Mia.Smith@cjcc.ga.gov

 

Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Grant Program FY2020 Continuation Request for Applications 

CFDA 16.575

LINK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSIONS

https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/fy20_voca_continuation

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Download this pdf file.FY2020 VOCA Grant Continuation 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

Continuation Funding Only: Applicants are limited to agencies within the State of Georgia that received FY2019 VOCA awards, serve victims of crime, particularly victims of violent crimes, and are operated by a public agency, nonprofit organization, or combination of such agencies or organizations.

Applicant agencies should be certified and eligible to receive Local Victim Assistance Program (LVAP) 5% funds and be certified to provide trauma-informed services to trafficking victims by CJCC. Agencies without certification may apply for funding; however, if funding is awarded the agency must complete certification requirements prior to receiving an award.

APPLICATION DEADLINE

All applications are due on Friday, August 14, 2020 at 5:00PM

CONTACT

Nikitris Deloach
Supervisor
nikitris.deloach@cjcc.ga.gov

Jonathan Peart
Director of Operations
jonathan.peart@cjcc.ga.gov

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

 

 

Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Grant Program FY 2020 Family Justice Center Competitive Request For Applications

LINK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSIONS

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

REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS 

Download this pdf file.VOCA Grant Program FY2020 Family Justice Center Competitive Request For Applications

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

Family Justice Centers are multi-agency, multi-disciplinary, co-located centers that provide services to victims of interpersonal violence including intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and child abuse, and may also address elder or dependent adult abuse, and human trafficking. These awards will increase victims’ safety and improve the likelihood of successful navigation of the criminal and civil justice processes by providing access to a multi-disciplinary public and private team of professionals who work together to provide coordinated services in a co-located space. READ MORE.

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS

Awards are limited to organizations that provide services to crime victims and are operated by a public agency, a nonprofit organization, or a combination of such agencies or organizations. 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.

APPLICATION DEADLINE

All applications are due on Friday, September 11, 2020 at 5:00PM

CONTACT

Jenny Aszman
Statewide Family Justice Center Coordinator

Jenny.Aszman@cjcc.ga.gov

Kristy Carter
Victim Assistance Division Director

Kristy.Carter@cjcc.ga.gov