DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

ADDED ON JUNE 7, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to develop  innovative solutions that will increase access to victim services and expand the options available to crime victims, especially in underserved communities. $2.5 million is being made available udner this funding opportunity with maximum awards of $500,000. Proposals are due on July 15, 2024. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON MAY 30, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to provide culturally responsive services to crime victims and survivors from communities that have been historically underserved, marginalized, adversely affected by inequality, and disproportionately impacted by crime, violence, and victimization. $5,000,000 is being made available under this funding opportunity with maximum awards of $200,000. Proposals are due on July 29, 2024. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON MAY 16, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to fund reentry services and programs focused on strengthening education and employment outcomes for individuals returning to their communities after a period of incarceration.  R$19.8 million is being made available under this opportunity with maximum awards of $900,000. Proposals are due on July 11, 2024. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON MAY 9, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to develop, implement, or expand comprehensive programs in response to the overdose crisis and the impacts of illicit opioids, stimulants, or other substances. $7,000,000 is being made available under this funding opportunity with separate applications for local or tribal applications. Maximum awards of $1.6 million for Tribes and $1.3 million for local areas. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON MAY 7, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to help tribal courts assess and improve how they handle American Indian and Alaska Native child welfare cases. $410,000 is being made available under this funding opportunity with maximum awards of $150,000. Proposals are due on July 9, 2024. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON MAY 7, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to develop coordinated and comprehensive community-based approaches to help children and their families who are exposed to violence build resilience, restore their safety, heal their social and emotional wounds, and prevent future violence and delinquency.  $6,800,000 has been set aside for this funding opportunity with maximum awards of $850,000. Proposals are due on June 24, 2024. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON MAY 2, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to provide funding to communities to develop intervention and supervision services for youth with problematic or illegal sexual behavior, and to provide treatment services for their victims and families/caregivers. $1,575 million is being made available under this initiative with maximum awards of $525,000. Proposals are due on June 18, 2024. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON APRIL 30, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to support cross-system collaboration to improve responses and outcomes for youth under the age of 18 or youth under the jurisdiction of the juvenile justice system with mental health disorders (MHD) or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders (MHSUDs) who come in contact with the juvenile justice system. DOJ is making up to $4,000,000 available under this opportunity with maximum awards of $650,000. Proposals are due on June 18, 2024. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON APRIL 30, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to support efforts by state, local, and federally recognized American Indian tribal governments to establish and enhance community courts in their jurisdictions. Community Courts focus on misdemeanor quality of life crimes such as theft, drinking in public, and trespass. The court is an early resolution program that encourages defendants to take responsibility for their conduct and pay-back their community in exchange for a dismissal or a sentence of discharge. FOJ is making $9,000,000 available under this funding opportunity with maximum awards of $900,000. Proposals are due on June 24, 2024. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON APRIL 26, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to support a comprehensive approach to addressing abuse in later life, including domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking, neglect, abandonment, economic abuse, or willful harm committed against victims who are 50 years of age or older. DOJ will make $13,000,000 available under this funding opportunity with maximum awards of $750,000.  Proposals are due on June 18, 2024. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON APRIL 24, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to support services for mentoring organizations that specifically work with the children of incarcerated parents (COIP) population. DOJ has made $1.6 million available to support this initiative with maximum awards of $400,000. Proposals are due on June 10, 2024. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON APRIL 23, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to plan, implement, and enhance the operations of Veterans Treatment Courts (VTCs) including service coordination, participant service and supervision coordination, fidelity to the VTC model, and recovery support services. VTCs effectively integrate evidence-based substance use disorder (SUD) treatment, mental health disorder (MHD) treatment, treatment for co-occurring disorders, mandatory drug testing, incentives and sanctions, and transitional services in judicially supervised criminal court settings that have jurisdiction over veterans with treatment needs in order to reduce recidivism, increase access to treatment and recovery support, and prevent overdose. DOJ is making $19.5 million available under this funding opportunity with maximum awards of $2.5 million. Proposals are due on June 20, 2024. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding, opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON APRIL 1, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to enhance and expand mentoring services for children and youth impacted by opioids and other substance misuse. More than $15 million is being made available under this funding opportunity with maximum awards of $2,000,000. Proposals are due on May 21, 2024. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON MARCH 27, 2024:DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to exercise or exercising the jurisdiction to ensure that victims find safety and justice and that non-Indians who commit covered crimes within their communities are held accountable. $6,000,000 is being made available under this funding opportunity with average awards of $600,000. Proposals are due on July 9, 2024. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON MARCH 21, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to establish new family treatment courts, enhance existing family treatment courts, or expand family treatment courts at the larger state and county levels. $7.8 million is being made available under this funding opportunity with maximum awards of $1.5 million. Proposals are due on May 6, 2024. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON MARCH 11, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to establish, expand, or improve treatment and recovery support services for people with substance use disorders (SUDs) during their incarceration and upon reentry into the community. $5,000,000 is being made available under this funding opportunity with maximum awards of $833,000. Proposals are due on May 6, 2024. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON MARCH 7, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to provide state, local, and tribal community supervision agencies with resources and training and technical assistance (TTA) to assess and improve responses to client behavior in accordance with the principles of swiftness, certainty, and/or fairness. Proposals are due on April, 15, 2024. Maximum awards of $900,000. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.

ADDED ON FEBRUARY 14, 2024: DOJ has issued a funding opportunity to support cross-system collaboration to improve public safety responses and outcomes for individuals with mental health disorders (MHDs) or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders (MHSUDs). BJA provides grant funding to help organizations prepare, create, or expand comprehensive plans and then implement these collaborative projects to target people who qualify. $13,750,000 is being made available under this opportunity with maximum awards of $550,000. Proposals are due on May 9, 2024. To download the official synopsis, click here. To download the entire funding opportunity, click here.