Current Grant Opportunities

FY 2021 Juvenile Justice Incentive Grant Program Solicitation
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

Download this pdf file.FY21 Juvenile Justice Incentive Grant Program RFP

Download this pdf file.FY21 Juvenile Justice Incentive Grant FAQ

LINK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSIONS

https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/juvenile_justice_incentive_grant_progr… 

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.

If you were unable to join for the FY21 virtual meeting, the presentation and related materials are available on the Juvenile Justice “Previous Training Materials” web page located here: https://cjcc.georgia.gov/grants/grant-subject-areas/juvenile-justice/workshopstrainings

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS

Applicants are limited to local county commissions/board of commissioners within the State of Georgia to apply on behalf of juvenile courts within their jurisdiction

APPLICATION DEADLINE

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

ATTACHMENTS

Download this xls file.Budget Detail Worksheet

Download this pdf file.Attachments A-1 through A-8

CONTACT

Haley Dunn-McKinney, Planner, CJCC
Haley.McKinney@cjcc.ga.gov 

Destiny Bernal, Model Fidelity Coordinator, CJCC
Destiny.Bernal@cjcc.ga.gov

 

FFY19 Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Grant Program

Addressing Victimizations within the Juvenile Justice System Competitive Request for Applications

CFDA 16.575

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FFY2019 VOCA Juvenile Justice Competitive RFA
LINK FOR ONLINE  https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/fy20_voca_juvenile_justice_victims_project
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.

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 county commissions/board of commissioners within the State of Georgia to apply on behalf of juvenile courts within their jurisdiction. For the purpose of this solicitation, applications will only be accepted from suburban and rural counties due to fewer resources available in those areas.

APPLICATION DEADLINE

Applications are due at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, November 18, 2019.

ATTACHMENTS

Detailed Budget Worksheet

CONTACT

Chelsea Benson
Model Fidelity Coordinator
404-654-1737
chelsea.benson@cjcc.ga.gov

Nikitris Deloach
Community Programs Unit Supervisor
404-657-1998
nikitris.deloach@cjcc.ga.gov

 

FFY 2019 Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Grant Program Children's Advocacy Centers (CAC) Competitive Request for Applications

CFDA 16.575

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FFY2019 VOCA CAC Competitive RFA
LINK FOR ONLINE  https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/fy19_voca_competitive_child_advocacy_centers
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.

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 Children's Advocacy Centers within the State of Georgia that received FY2019 VOCA awards, serve victims of crime, 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. 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

Applications are due at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, November 15, 2019.

ATTACHMENTS

Detailed Budget Worksheet

CONTACT

Cari Wainio
Planning & Policy Development Specialist
Child Abuse Unit
cari.wainio@cjcc.ga.gov

Amy Hutsell
Project Director
404-657-1965 
amy.hutsell@cjcc.ga.gov

 

FFY2019 Services, Training, Officers, Prosecution Violence Against Women Act (S.T.O.P. VAWA) Grant Program

Continuation Request for Application

CFDA 16.588

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

FFY’19 VAWA Continuation RFA

LINK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSION https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/fy19_vawa_continuation
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

Continuation Funding Only

Applicants are limited to non-profit, non-governmental, or local government agencies located in Georgia that received FY2018 VAWA awards and 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.

APPLICATION DEADLINE

All applications are due at 5:00 P.M. on November 15, 2019

ATTACHMENTS

Detailed Budget Worksheet

CONTACT

Cynthia Valdez
Domestic Violence Unit Supervisor
404-657-2233
cynthia.valdez@cjcc.ga.gov

Nikitris Deloach
Community Programs Unit Supervisor
404-657-1998
nikitris.deloach@cjcc.ga.gov

 

FFY2019 Sexual Assault Services Program (SASP) Request for Applications

CFDA 16.017

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

FFY’19 SASP Continuation RFA

LINK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSION https://cjcc.formstack.com/forms/fy19_sasp_continuation
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

Continuation Funding Only

Applicants are limited to non-profit, non-governmental agencies located in Georgia that received FY 2018 SASP awards and that provide core services, 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 5:00 P.M. on November 15, 2019

ATTACHMENTS

Detailed Budget Worksheet

CONTACT

Liz Flowers
Sexual Assault Unit Supervisor
404-657-1976
liz.flowers@cjcc.ga.gov

Amy Hutsell
Project Director
404-657-1965 
amy.hutsell@cjcc.ga.gov