Grant Information

Email updates

The purpose of this resource page is to identify open grants, training and technical assistance that may be of particular interest to defender agencies, courts, state, local and tribal jurisdictions, research and academic institutions, and non-profit organizations that are working to enhance legal assistance and related services for historically underserved populations. Please contact the issuing entity for more information about listed grants, training and technical assistance. 

Criminal - Grants | Training & Technical Assistance
Juvenile - Grants | Training & Technical Assistance
Civil - Grants | Training & Technical Assistance
Violence Against Women - Grants | Training & Technical Assistance
Victims of Crime - Grants | Training & Technical Assistance
Tribal Justice- Grants | Training & Technical Assistance
Helpful Links

For a comprehensive listing of all Department of Justice (DOJ) grants, please visit www.justice.gov/business/.

Overview of resources for courts and indigent defense providers (PDF)

FEATURED AGENCY GRANT

Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation - U.S. Department of Justice

The Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation is administered by the OJP (including BJA, OVC, and OJJDP), COPS and OVW components of the Department of Justice. The CTAS provides federally-recognized Tribes and Tribal consortia the opportunity to conduct comprehensive planning, enhance law enforcement, bolster justice systems, support and enhance efforts to prevent and control delinquency and strengthen the juvenile justice system, prevent youth substance abuse, serve sexual assault and elder victims, and support other efforts to combat crimes. This coordinated grant has nine purpose areas: Public Safety and Community Policing, Comprehensive Tribal Justice Systems Strategic Planning, Justice Systems (including Tribal Courts and Indigent Defense) and Alcohol and Substance Abuse, Corrections and Correctional Alternatives, Violence Against Women Tribal Governments Program, Children's Justice Act Partnerships for Indian Communities, Comprehensive Tribal Victim Assistance Program, Juvenile healing to wellness courts, and Tribal Youth Program.  

Funding Source: Office of Justice Programs (OJP), Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS), Office on Violence Against Women (OVW)       

Eligible Grantees: Federally-recognized Indian Tribal governments, as determined by the Secretary of the Interior.  

Deadline: 2/24/2015                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

AmeriCorps State and National Grants – Corporation for National and Community Service

AmeriCorps grants are awarded to eligible organizations proposing to engage AmeriCorps members in evidence-based or evidence-informed interventions to strengthen communities.  An AmeriCorps member is an individual who engages in community service through an approved national service position.  CNCS seeks to prioritize the investment of national service resources in the following areas in 2015: 1) disaster services – improving community resiliency through disaster preparation, response, recovery, and mitigation; 2) economic opportunity – increasing economic opportunities for communities, specifically opportunity for  youth, both as the population served and as AmeriCorps members;  3) education – improving student academic performance including STEM; 4) environment – 21st Century Service Corps; 5) veterans and military families – positively impacting the quality of veterans and improving military family strength; 6) governor and mayor initiatives; 7) programming that supports My Brother’s Keeper; and 8) multi-focus intermediaries that demonstrate measurable impact and primarily serve communities with limited resources and organizational infrastructure such as rural and other underserved communities.

Funding Source: Corporation for National and Community Service

Eligible Grantees: Public or private nonprofit organizations, including faith-based and other community organizations, institutions of higher education, government entities within states or territories (e.g., cities, counties), labor organizations, partnerships and consortia, and Indian tribes.

Deadline: 1/22/2015

*On occasion, this section will feature relevant cross-cutting DOJ and other federal agency grants. For a comprehensive listing of all federal grants, please visit www.grants.gov.

CRIMINAL

Criminal - Grants

**NEW**  Smart Policing Initiative

The purpose of the Smart Policing Iniative (SPI) is to assist state, local, and tribal jurisdictions in implementing and evaluating unique approaches to chronic crime problems; emerging crime problems, or barriers to police agencies’ ability to address such problems. BJA seeks applications from state, local, or tribal law enforcement agencies (or other governmental agencies serving as fiscal agents) interested in developing innovative, analysis-driven approaches to crime. The two purpose areas for this program are:  Purpose Area 1: Smart Policing Innovation: Applications under this purpose area are solicited from state, local, or tribal law enforcement agencies interested in developing innovative, data-driven approaches to crime. Applicants will: 1) Describe the innovative, data-driven approach to be implemented; 2)Enlist a local research partner from the accredited criminal justice/social science community to evaluate the effectiveness of the approach; 3) Identify a specific category of crime or criminogenic circumstance. Crime examples include but are not limited to: neighborhood drug markets, gun violence in a specific neighborhood, domestic violence and chronic offenders with mental health disorders,  and repeat violent offenders; 4) Develop a prevention/mitigation strategy to address the problem; 5) Develop performance measures for the initiative; and 6)Assess and report the results to BJA, who will make the results publicly available. Purpose Area 2: Body Worn Camera Problem-Solving Demonstration Program: Applications for this purpose area are solicited from state, local, or tribal law enforcement agencies interested in using BWCS as a key component of a problem-solving strategy to enhance public and officer safety and improve policing practices through increased transparency, accountability, and legitimacy.

Funding Source: Bureau of Justice Assistance

Eligible Grantees: State, local, and tribal government law enforcement agencies or a governmental non-law enforcement agency acting as fiscal agent for the applicant.

Deadline: 3/9/2015

Justice Reinvestment Initiative: Maximizing State Reforms

The goal of this program is to cement or amplify the goals of states' justice reinvestment reform efforts, deepening their reinvestment in and commitment to use of data-driven decision making and evidence-based practices and programs. The objectives of the program are: 1) increase the corrections costs saved or avoided by reducing unnecessary confinement; 2) increase reinvestment in evidence-based practices that reduce recidivism; 3) support justice reinvestment reform efforts by promoting and increasing collaboration and data sharing among agencies and officials who work in criminal justice, including state and local policymakers, law enforcement, prosecution, defense, pretrial, courts, probation, treatment, corrections, reentry, and parole; and 4) enhance the translation of evidence into practice by supporting the use of data analysis results to inform policy decisions.    

Funding Source: Bureau of Justice Assistance

Eligible Grantees: Units of state government and federally recognized Indian tribal governments ( as determined by the Secretary of the Interior) that can demonstrate substantial completion of the Justice Reinvestment Initiative Model. States that underwent a formal justice reinvestment process prior to BJA's launch of the formal Justice Reinvestment Initiative are eligible to apply.

Deadline: 3/10/2015

 Second Chance Act Statewide Adult Recidivism Reduction Strategic Planning Program

The goal of this program is to assist state teams in developing statewide recidivism reduction strategic plans. The objectives for the Second Chance Act Statewide Adult Recidivism Reduction Strategic Planning Program are to: 1) identify drivers of recidivism in the state; 2) identify a target population and recidivism reduction goals for the state; 3) review the alignment of existing corrections programs and practices with evidence-based practices; and 4) develop a strategic plan to meet statewide reduction goals using evidence-based practices. At the state level, effective strategies for reducing recidivism and enhancing public safety incorporate the following principles: 1) focus on the individuals most likely to recidivate; 2) use evidenced-based programs proven to work and ensure the delivery of services is high quality; 3) deploy supervision policies and practices that balance sanctions and treatment; and 4) target places where crime and recidivism rates are the highest.  Civil legal services related to the purposes of the grant are an allowable use of Second Chance Act funds.   

Funding Source: Bureau of Justice Assistance

Eligible Grantees: State correctional agencies (state departments of corrections or community corrections) or state Administering Agencies (SAAs). Agencies from states that were awared Second Chance Act Statewide Recidivism Reduction grants in fiscal year 2013 are not eligible to apply. Applicants should note that the next potential opportunity to apply for a Second Chance Act Statewide Adult Recidivism Reduction Strategic Planning grant will be fiscal year 2017.

Deadline: 3/10/2015

 Research and Evaluation on the Investigation and Adjudication of Campus Sexual Assault

The goals of the Violence Against Women program of research are to improve knowledge and understanding of teen dating violence, intimate partner violence, and sexual assault issues. NIJ strives to provide objective and independent knowledge and validated tools to reduce violence against women and girls, and promote justice for victims. The objectives of this solicitation are to fund high-quality research projects related to college and university investigative and adjudicative practices for incidents of sexual assault. Funded projects should result in guides and tools for implementing similar practices and protocols at other institutes of higher education including replicable methods for continued testing and evaluation.

Funding Source: National Institute of Justice

Eligible Grantees: States, territories, units of local government (including federally recognized Indian tribal governments as determined by the Secretary of the Interior), nonprofit and for-profit organizations (including tribal nonprofit or for-profit organizations), institutions of higher education (including tribal institutions of higher education), and certain qualified individuals.

Deadline: 4/6/2015

 Research and Evaluation on the Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation of Elderly Individuals

NIJ seeks application for research and evaluation related to the abuse, neglect, and exploitation of elderly individuals. As the elderly population grows, crimes against this population are expected to increase.  NIJ particularly interested in funding research to: 1) determine an estimate to the financial costs associated with elder abuse; 2) develop a taxonomy of case outcomes that can be used to define success from multiple perspectives; and 3) examine theoretical perspectives on elder abuse that move the field toward a better understanding of why perpetrators abuse, neglect, and/or exploit elderly individuals.

Funding Source: National Institute of Justice

Eligible Grantees: States, territories, units of local government (including federally recognized Indian tribal governments as determined by the Secretary of the Interior), nonprofit and for-profit organizations (including tribal nonprofit or for-profit organizations), institutions of higher education (including tribal institutions of higher education), and certain qualified individuals.

Deadline: 4/7/2015

Postdoctoral Fellowship on Violence Against Women: Intimate Partner Violence, Sexual Violence, Teen Dating Violence, and Stalking

NIJ seeks applications to support the scholarship of up to three promising postdoctoral researchers to conduct original data collection and/or secondary data analyses on violence against women (intimate partner violence, sexual violence, teen dating violence, stalking) under the supervision of a mentor. The goals of the Violence Against Women program of research are to improve knowledge and understanding of teen dating violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, and sexual assault issues. NIJ strives to provide objective and independent knowledge and validated tools to reduce violence against women and girls, and promote justice for victims. The objectives of this solicitation are to support the development of promising new scholars in violence against women research and to fund high-quality research projects in the areas of intimate partner violence, sexual violence, stalking, and/or teen dating violence. Postdoctoral fellows funded under this solicitation are expected to publish one or more peer-reviewed scientific journal articles, but may include law review journals, academic press books or book chapters.

Funding Source: National Institute of Justice

Eligible Grantees: States, territories, units of local government (including federally recognized Indian tribal governments as determined by the Secretary of the Interior), nonprofit and for-profit organizations (including tribal nonprofit or for-profit organizations), institutions of higher education (including tribal institutions of higher education), and certain qualified individuals.

Deadline: 4/7/2015         

Research and Evaluation on Children Exposed to Violence

NIJ seeks multidisciplinary research and evaluation proposals related to childhood exposure to violence. This solicitation defines "Children Exposed to Violence (CEV)" as including children that are direct victims and/or bystanders or observers of various forms of violence in the home, school, or community, including but not limited to peer victimization, bullying, harassment, child maltreatment, domestic violence, and community violence. This solicitation may be used to address other types of violence to which children are exposed, with the exception of media violence (e.g., television and movie violence, music advocating aggression, and violent video games). In particular, NIJ seeks applications that address justice system responses to children identified as being exposed to violence; polyvictimization and multisystem involvement; and resilience and help-seeking.

Funding Source: National Institute of Justice

Eligible Grantees: States, territories, units of local government (including federally recognized Indian tribal governments as determined by the Secretary of the Interior), nonprofit and for-profit organizations (including tribal nonprofit or for-profit organizations), institutions of higher education (including tribal institutions of higher education), and certain qualified individuals.

Deadline: 4/8/2015

 Social Science Research on Implementation, Dissemination, and Translation

This solicitation seeks proposals for funding for projects to study how criminal justice practitioners use research in their decision-making processes and how they implement evidence-based programs and practices. NIJ is also interested in implementation studies of other programs, policies, and practices. NIJ is particularly interested in understanding the implementation of evidence-based practices and programs in policing, courts, corrections, victim services, and crime/violence prevention. Studies may propose to use any evidence-based intervention, tool, policy or guideline, but are encouraged to consider www.crimesolutions.gov. Although studies of any aspect of the implementation process will be considered , NIJ is particularly interested in those that do one or more of the following: 1) Seek to describe and understand the multi-level context and environment in which the proposed research will be conducted and investigate the relationship of context to adoption, implementation, and sustainability; 2)  seek to incorporate stakeholder input and relevant outcomes (e.g., for offenders, victims, families, practitioners, administrators, or policymakers); 3) focus on the fidelity/adaptation of implementation efforts, including the identification of components of implementation that will enable fidelity to be assessed meaningfully; 4) assess the capacity of specific settings to incorporate implementation efforts within current organizational forms.

Funding Source: National Institute of Justice

Eligible Grantees: States (including territories), units of local government (including federally recognized Indian tribal governments as determined by the Secretary of the Interior), nonprofit and for-profit organizaitons (including tribal nonprofit and for-profit organizations), institutions of higher education (including tribal intstitutions of higher education), and certain qualified individuals.

Deadline: 4/9/2015

**NEW** Reserach and Evaluation on Justice Systems  

The goals of this solicitation are to improve the knowledge and understanding of criminal justice-related issues and to enhance the function and purposes of criminal justice systems through rigorous social and behavioral science. NIJ promotes the effective, efficient, fair and equitable treatment of offenders and victims through research, development, and evaluation. The objectives of this solicitation are to fund high-quality research projects, and to facilitate advances in basic scientific knowledge and methods.

Funding Source: National Institute of Justice

Eligible Grantees: States (including territories), units of local government (including federally recognized Indian tribal governments as determined by the Secretary of the Interior), nonprofit and for-profit organizaitons (including tribal nonprofit and for-profit organizations), institutions of higher education (including tribal intstitutions of higher education), and certain qualified individuals.

Deadline: 4/15/2015 

Building and Enhancing Criminal Justice Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships

The goals of this program are to improve knowledge and understanding of criminal justice-related issues through science, while using a partnership between research and practitioner agencies in order to do so. NIJ strives to provide objective and independent knowledge and validated tools to reduce violence on both a State and local level and promote healing and justice for victims of all types of crimes. The objectives of this solicitation are to fund high-quality research projects in the field of criminal justice via the use of new or existing partnerships between research and practitioner agencies.

Funding Source: National Institute of Justice

Eligible Grantees: States (including territories), units of local government (including federally recognized Indian tribal governments as determined by the Secretary of the Interior), nonprofit and for-profit organizaitons (including tribal nonprofit and for-profit organizations), institutions of higher education (including tribal intstitutions of higher education), and certain qualified individuals.

Deadline: 4/20/2015

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

Criminal - Training and Technical Assistance

For information on other Criminal training and technical assistance opportunities, please visit www.ojjdp.gov/funding.

 
JUVENILE

Juvenile - Grants

 Second Chance Act Strengthening Relationships Between Young Fathers and Their Children: A Reentry Mentoring Project

This initiative will support the successful and safe transition of young fathers from secure confinement back to their families and communities. To this end, OJP will provide grants to support mentoring and transitional services to offenders who are young fathers reintegrating into their communities. Mentoring and transition services should start during secure confinement and continue through the transition back to the community and post-release. The goals of this solicitation are to reduce recidivism among young fathers; improve outcomes for young fathers, their children, and family members; and promote responsible fatherhood. The objectives of this project are to provide young fathers with mentoring and transitional services in both confinement and in the community-based on and matched to their assessed risks and parenting needs that support their successful reentry. Programs should target services to increase positive parenting behaviors, which include but are not limited to homework assistance, words of encouragement/support, limit setting, affection/ hugging/praise, family/child activities, and other behaviors that the applicant identifies. Transitional services should include a broad range of activities, such as providing case management, that target offender needs affecting recidivism and support comprehensive services and implementation of strategies to promote responsible fatherhood.

Funding Source: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

Eligible Grantees: Nonprofit organizations (including faith-based, tribal, and community nonprofit organizations) and federally recognized Indian tribes.

Deadline: 3/2/2015

Juvenile - Training and Technical Assistance

**NEW** Youth Violence Prevention Coordinated Technical Assistance Program

This project will make available and deploy strategic, coordinated training and technical assistance to OJJDP's signature youth violence grantees to help them plan, implement, and sustain their youth violence prevention and well-being work. OJJDP will call on the successful applicant to broker, coordinate, and, in relevant instances, provide a range of high quality, cost-effective technical support on topics and reform (community and system change) processes. The successful applicant will support the communities taking part in the Defending Childhood, National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention, and Community-Based Violence Prevention initiatives to reduce violence, improve well-being outcomes, and institutionalize and sustain productive efforts. The successful applicant will help the communities develop professional knowledge and capacity, reform policy and practice, increase effective use of data to inform decisionmaking, raise public awareness, align and/or reallocate existing resources, enhance community outreach, increase engagement of and collaboration among the full range of stakeholders, and promote collective impact.

Funding Source: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

Eligible Grantees: Nonprofit and for-profit organizations (including tribal nonprofit and for-profit organizations) and institutions of higher education (including tribal institutions of higher education).

Deadline: 3/30/2015

 
CIVIL

Civil - Grants

For information on other Civil grant opportunities, please visit www.ojp.usdoj.gov.

Civil - Training and Technical Assistance

For information on other Civil training and technical assistance opportunities, please visit www.ojjdp.gov/funding.

 
OFFICE ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN (OVW)

OVW - Grants

Justice for Families Program

The Grants to Support Families in the Justice System program (referred to as the Justice for Families Program) was authorized in the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (VAWA) of 2013 to improve the response of all aspects of the civil and criminal justice system to families with a history of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking, or in cases involving allegations of child sexual abuse. The purpose areas of this grant include: 1) supervised visitation and safe exchange; 2) training for court-based and court related personnel; 3) juvenile court resources; 4) court and court-based programs and services; and 5) civil legal assistance.

Funding Source: Office on Violence Against Women

Eligible Grantees: States, units of local government, courts (including juvenile courts), Indian tribal government, nonprofit organizations, legal services providers, and victim service providers.

Deadline: 2/11/2015

Grants to Enhance Culturally Specific Services for Victims of Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking Program

This program creates an opportunity for culturally specific community-based organizations to address the critical needs of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking in a manner that affirms a victim's culture and effectively addresses language and communication barriers. Examples of allowable activities under this program include but are not limited to: 1) crisis intervention; 2) advocacy; 3) individual and group counseling (including culturally specific groups incorporating crafts for example) for both victims as well as their children who are exposed to the violence; 4) community education and outreach efforts; 5) training for service providers, law enforcement, etc., 6) emergency assistance for victims (food, clothing, rent, utilities and other approved necessities); 7) job training; 8) financial counseling; and 9) paying for interpreters and translators and legal assistance with protection orders and/or immigration remedies related to their victimization (U Visas, VAWA self-petitions, etc.). 

Funding Source: Office on Violence Against Women

Eligible Grantees: Private nonprofit organizations for which the primary purpose of the organizations as a whole is to provide culturally specific services to American Indians (including Alaska Natives, Eskimos, and Aleuts), Asian Americans. Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders, Black or Hispanics.

Deadline: 2/19/2015

Training and Services to End Violence Against Women with Disabilities

The goal of the Disability Grant Program is to create sustainable change within and between organizations that results in increased capacity to respond to individuals with disabilities and Deaf individuals who are victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking and to hold perpetrators of such crimes accountable. Disability Grant Program funds will be used to: 1)establish and strengthen multidisciplinary collaborative relationships; 2) increase organizational capacity to provide accessible, safe, and effective services to individuals with disabilities and Deaf individuals who are victims of violence and abuse; and 3) identify needs within the grantee’s organization and/or service area, and develop a plan to address those identified needs that builds a strong foundation for future work. For the purposes of this program, the terms "victim services" and "services" include legal advocacy.

Funding Source: Office on Violence Against Women

Eligible Grantees: States, unites of local governments, Indian tribal governments or tribal organizations, and victim service providers such as state or tribal domestic violence or sexual assault coalitions and nonprofit, nongovernmental organizations serving individuals with disabilities.

Deadline: 2/19/2015

Sexual Assault Services Culturally Specific Program

The Sexual Assault Services Culturally Specific Program (SASP) encompasses four different grant programs for the following entities: 1) states and territories; 2) tribes; 3) culturally specific organizations; and 4) state, territorial, and tribal sexual assault coalitions.  Overall, the purpose of SASP is to provide intervention, advocacy, accompaniment (e.g., accompanying victims to court, medical facilities, police departments, etc.) support services, and related assistance for adult, youth, and child victims of sexual assault, non-offending family and household members of victims, and those collaterally affected by the sexual assault.  For purposes of this program "Advocacy" includes legal accompaniment and advocacy during reporting and through prosecution, and legal accompaniment and advocacy provided for securing orders of protection.

Funding Source: Office on Violence Against Women

Eligible Grantees: Private nonprofit organizations for which the primary purpose of the organizations as a whole is to provide culturally specific services to American Indians (including Alaska Natives, Eskimos, and Aleuts), Asian Americans. Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders, Black or Hispanics.

Deadline: 2/24/2015

Tribal Sexual Assault Services Program (Tribal SAS Program)

The Tribal SAS Program encompasses four different grant programs for the following entities: 1) states and territories; 2) tribes; 3) culturally specific organizations; and 4) state, territorial, and tribal sexual assault coalitions. Overall, the purpose of SASP is to provide intervention, advocacy, accompaniment (e.g., accompanying victims to court, medical facilities, police departments, etc.), support services, and related assistance for adult, youth, and child victims of sexual assault, non-offending family and household members of victims, and those collaterally affected by the sexual assault. This program provides funding directly to tribes, tribal organizations, and nonprofit tribal organizations to create, maintain, and expand sustainable sexual assault services. Tribal agencies, organizations, and nonprofits provide critical and culturally relevant services that are specifically responsive to the needs of sexual assault victims within tribal communities.  For purposes of this program "Advocacy" includes legal accompaniment and advocacy during reporting and through prosecution, and legal accompaniment and advocacy provided for securing orders of protection.

Funding Source: Office on Violence Against Women

Eligible Grantees: Federally recognized tribes, tribal organizations, and nonprofit tribal organizations.

Deadline: 2/24/2015

Transitional Housing Assistance Grants for Victims of Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking

This program focuses on a holistic, victim-centered approach to providing transitional housing services that move survivors into permanent housing. Awards made uder this grant program support programs that provide asisstance to victims of sexual assualt, domestic violence, dating violence, and/or stalking who are in need of transitional houseing, short-term housing assistance, and related supportive services. Grant funds for legal services will be limited to those legal services that are necessary to a victim of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and/or stalking to locate and secure permanent housing, and to integrate into a community, such as legal services regarding housing, protection orders, and limited immigration matters that may affect a victim’s ability to obtain housing (such as U-visas). Funds under this grant program may not be used for comprehensive, long-term legal assistance, such as divorce or child custody.

Funding Source: Office on Violence Against Women

Eligible Grantees: States, units of local government, Indian tribes, and non-proft and non-governmental organizations, including comunity-based organizations, that have a documented history of effective work concerning sexual assualt, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.

Deadline: 2/24/2015

Legal Assistance for Victims Grant Program (LAV Grant Program)

This grant program is intended to increase the availability of civil and criminal legal assistance needed to effectively aid adult and youth victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking who are seeking relief in legal matters relating to or arising out of that abuse or violence, at minimum or no cost to the victims. This program makes awards to law school clinics, domestic violence victims’ programs and shelters, bar associations, rape crisis centers and other sexual assault services programs, private nonprofit entities, Indian tribal governments and tribal organizations, territorial organizations, and legal aid or statewide legal services. LAV Grant Program funds may not be used to provide criminal defense services. Funds may be used to provide direct legal services to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking in matters relating to or arising out of that abuse or violence. The objective of the LAV Grant Program is to develop innovative, collaborative projects that provide quality representation to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.

Funding Source: Office on Violence Against Women

Eligible Grantees: Private nonprofit entities, publicly funded organizations not acting in a governmental capacity, territorial organizations, Indian tribal governments, and tribal organizations.

Deadline: 3/11/2015

OVW - Training and Technical Assistance

For information on other OVW training and technical assistance opportunities, please visit www.ovw.usdoj.gov.

  

OFFICE FOR VICTIMS OF CRIME (OVC)

OVC - Grants

For information on other OVC grant opportunities, please visit www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc.

OVC - Training and Technical Assistance Opportunities

For information on other OVC training and technical assistance opportunities, please visit www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc

  

OFFICE OF TRIBAL JUSTICE (OTJ)

OTJ - Grants

For information on other OTJ grant opportunities, please visit www.justice.gov/otj

OTJ - Training and Technical Assistance

For information on other OTJ training and technical assistance opportunities, please visit www.justice.gov/otj

Helpful Links

Bureau of Justice Assistance Grant Writing and Management Academy

Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance

Grants.gov

OJP Grants 101

Tribal Justice and Safety Resource Page

 

 

Updated January 22, 2015