Grant Will Enhance Domestic Violence Housing Services

Dept of Health and Human ServicesThe Admin. for Children & Families (HHS) opens the FY 2016 solicitation for its Family Violence Prevention & Services Discretionary Grant Program.

Deadline: June 27.

Family Violence Prevention and Services Discretionary Grants: National Capacity Building Center on Safe and Supportive Housing for Domestic Violence Survivors grant (CFDA Number: 93.592) (Funding Opportunity Number: HHS-2016-ACF-ACYF-EV-1160) offers a $1 million grant (no match required). Governments, nonprofits and businesses can apply.

The center will enhance the capacity of domestic and dating violence service programs to meet the unique housing needs of children, youth and abused parents impacted by domestic violence. The grantee will also create new technical assistance resources that promote protective factors and resilience when working with children, youth, and teens impacted by domestic violence. Additionally, it will offer strategies for including domestic violence service providers as full partners in local Continuum of Care (CoC) planning and implementation efforts

Info: http://tinyurl.com/jfgfr8p (NOFA; Mao Yang, Mao.Yang@acf.hhs.gov or 202/401-5082.

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