Grants Offered to Improve Juvenile Justice Accountability Measures

OJJDP_logoAgency: Justice Dept. (Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention, OJJDP); Program: Tribal Defending Childhood Demonstration Program (CFDA Number: 16.523) (Funding Opportunity Number: OJJDP-2016-9165); Eligibility: Tribes; Funding: $1 million for five awards (no match required); Deadline: July 6.

Summary: Funding helps strengthen the juvenile justice system and better track juveniles as they move through the system. Specifically, these funds will help a number of tribes develop or modify tribal codes to support juvenile justice systems that focus on prevention, treatment and healing and/or that strengthen tribal efforts to develop trauma informed, culturally appropriate tribal child welfare services

Info:  http://ow.ly/oMOM3000VVv (NOFA); grants@ncjrs.gov, 606-545-5035.

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