DJJ Grants2018-11-12T12:23:52+00:00

In 2011, RurAL CAP began a partnership with the Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) to issue sub-award grants to rural, Alaska Native communities. Two main goals of this project include reducing the disproportionate number of minority youth who come into contact with the juvenile justice system and increasing the ability of the Alaska Native communities to better develop and manage grant programs.

Request For Proposals (RFPs) are released twice yearly and successful applicants are provided with technical and programmatic support throughout the term of each grant. Award funds of $8,000 are used to design, develop and implement community based, culturally centered projects that empower youth ages 12-17 to make positive life choices.
There have been 67 projects funded since 2011 to 48 non-duplicated rural Alaskan communities.  The RFP cycles are in October and June.

Download DJJ Project Booklet (PDF)

For more information about the Youth Development and Culture Camp Grant Program and other funding opportunities, contact:
Wellness Coordinator or any Resource Basket Staff
Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc.
731 E. 8th Avenue
Anchorage, Alaska 99501