This is a listing of all current Criminal Justice Council open solicitations. To download a copy of the solicitation or the application package, right click the appropriate link below and save the target document to your computer.
Reentry Program Funding
The Delaware Criminal Justice Council is soliciting concept papers for funding both adult and juvenile reentry programs. This solicitation is designed to provide funding to non-profit organizations for direct services to adult offenders or adjudicated youth returning to the community and criminal justice involved individuals. The Reentry Initiative envisions the development of model reentry programs that begin in correctional institutions and continue throughout an individual's transition to and stabilization in the community. This program provides for individual reentry plans that address issues confronting offenders as they return and reintegrate within the community. The goal is to establish a seamless system of individual accountability and support services throughout the reentry process. Central to this effort is the development of strategies to: (1) improve the success of individuals upon release using a case management approach; (2) prepare communities to address public safety concerns; and (3) provide the services that will help individuals reconnect with their families and the community, including employment, counseling, education, health, mental health, substance abuse treatment and other essential services that support successful reintegration.
The CJC expects to receive applications from organizations that may have never received funding. CJC staff will be holding two Bidder's Conferences to provide an overview of the program and funding process. Please click here for information about the Reentry Program Bidders Conference.
Solicitation: Reentry Program Funds
Application Package: Reentry Program Funding Concept Papaer
Deadline: Concept Papers must be submitted no later than 5:00PM on September 2, 2016..
Contact Information: Please contact Valarie Tickle with questions about this solicitation. She may be reached via email or phone at (302)577-8713.
Family Violence Prevention & Services Act (FVPSA) Program ~ Community-Based Services
The Delaware Criminal Justice Council (CJC) is soliciting concept papers for potential funding under the Federal Fiscal Year 2016 Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA) Formula Grant Program. The United States Department of Health & Human Services, Administration on Children, Youth and Families (ACYF)/Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB) is charged with administering this Program, in conjunction with State Administering Agencies like the CJC.
This solicitation is seeking new programs to provide supportive services for victims of family violence, domestic violence or dating violence that are community-based (this particular solicitation is not to support shelters or shelter related services).
Solicitation: FFY2016 FVPSA New Community-Based Services Programs
Application Package: FY2016 FVPSA for NEW Community-Based Services Concept Papaer
Deadline: Concept Papers must be submitted no later than 2:00PM on Monday, July 25, 2016..
Contact Information: Please contact Maureen Monagle with questions about this solicitation. She may be reached via email or phone at (302)577-8442.
Please note: The CJC has launched an on-line grants management system.
Please make sure your agency is properly registered, and the identified users are registered for the appropriate security levels. Registered users can also sign up for Egrant Notification Emails.
Please note: The CJC has launched an on-line grants management system. Please make sure your agency is properly registered, and the identified users are registered for the appropriate security levels. Registered users can also sign up for Egrant Notification Emails.
Please go to the CJC Egrants. page for more information.
Not applying for this grant, but are interested in more information?
If you have questions about the CJC funding opportunities and process, please let us know. Submit your question(s) to:
CJC General Help Desk