Funding Opportunities

Funding Opportunities

ALERT:  In response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus), some grant application due dates may be subject to deadline extensions. 

Please review the list of grant solicitations for specific application process.

2020 – Click the topics below:

June & July  2020

Applicants

All applicants must register with Grants.gov prior to submitting an application.

Grants in Alaska

Youth Development & Culture Grants

Now passed as of June 19, 2020 by 5PM

Through RurAL CAP, the Division of Juvenile Justice, DHSS, is awarding grants up to $6,000 to develop and implement projects that empower youth to make positvie life choices. 

These are reimbursable grants only.

**This funding is pending DJJ award for FY 2021 **

DUE June 19, 2020

OJJDP Grants

For federally-recognized Alaska Native villages

June & July

FY 2020:  Click on the plus symbol to view grant details.

JUNE 2020

This program supports prevention and early intervention strategies for girls who are involved in the juvenile justice system.

Applications submitted by nongovernment organizations should consider the importance of an established partnership (via a memorandum of understanding or analogous document) with public juvenile justice agencies at the local or state level. This will ensure close collaboration around referrals for those girls involved in the juvenile justice system and eligible for services provided by the proposed project.

VIEW GRANT [>>> HERE <<<]

JULY 2020

There are currently no available OJJDP funding for the month of July.  Please check link for details.

BJA & OVC Grants

For federally-recognized Alaska Native villages

June & July

OVC Pre-Application Funding Webinars

BJA Pre-Application Funding Webinars

FY 2020:  Click on the plus symbol to view grant details.

JUNE 2020

Under this formula grant program, OVC will award each eligible state victim assistance program an annual grant to support eligible crime victim assistance programs in that state or territory. Funds under this program shall be used by states and territories to support eligible crime victim assistance programs that provide direct services to crime victims with the following exception: states and territories may retain up to 5 percent of their total grant for administrative and training purposes. View the following VOCA Administrators announcement for guidance on submitting your application: www.ovc.gov/VOCA-Administrators/042920.html

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BJA’s STOP School Violence Grant Program is designed to improve school security by providing students and teachers with the tools they need to recognize, respond quickly to, and help prevent acts of violence.

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Funding through this program can be used to enhance or implement outcomes-based contracts with reentry, permanent supportive housing, or recovery housing providers to reduce recidivism, and address the substance use disorders impacting formerly incarcerated people.

 

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This program will fund a strategic approach to crime reduction that leverages community knowledge and expertise to build public trust with law enforcement and make neighborhoods safer.

 

VIEW GRANT [>>> HERE <<<]

Pre-application deadline: 4/30/2020; full application deadline: 6/15/2020

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JULY  2020

There are currently no available BJA & OVC funding for the month of July.  Please check link for details.

CTAS 2020

For federally-recognized Alaska Native villages

CTAS Assessment - Needed!

Please Participate:  DOJ Feedback Needed!

CLOSED as of May 2, 2020

We need your help!  We would like your participation in the FY 2020 Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation Assessment. This assessment will help DOJ improve CTAS and provide guidance in the development of the FY 2021 solicitation.  It will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete the assessment and your responses will be confidential.

DUE May 1, 2020

CTAS: Support Public Safety for American Indian and Alaska Native Communities

The U.S. Department of Justice today announced the opening of the grant solicitation period for comprehensive funding to tribal communities to support crime prevention, victim services, and coordinated community responses to violence against native women.

CTAS Online Guide:  Preparing for the Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation

This online guide was created by the Education Development Center in coordination with the Department of Justice to assist Tribes as they prepare for, write, and submit their applications for complex grants such as the Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation (CTAS).

This guide contains strategies to:

  • Read and comprehend a complex grant solicitation
  • Coordinate a robust grant-writing team
  • Identify and articulate the needs of your community through data driven processes
  • Generate and capture ideas and solutions from your community
  • Organize key community players to execute the proposed program

DUE February 25, 2020

CLOSED as of February 2020

CTAS Webinars - Applications

CLOSED as of February 2020

The Department of Justice is sponsoring 12 webinars on theFiscal Year 2020 Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation to educate participants on application requirements for specific CTAS purpose areas. The webinars will also provide guidance on meeting grant budgetary requirements and preparing strategies to access grant funds to strengthen the capacity of tribal justice systems.

Registration is now open, register for any or all of these webinars. The Justice Department CTAS team encourages participants to carefully review this year’s solicitation and come prepared with questions during the first webinar on Dec. 17.

RurAL CAP

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This project was supported by Award No. 2016-TY-FX-K001 awarded to the Rural Community Action Program Alaska Native Youth Training and Technical Assistance Project, by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Justice Programs.

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