The CJC is seeking competitive applications from local (non-state) agencies to provide services to Wilmington Community Court participants. Ideal services for WCC participants include restorative justice services and community service practices!
Restorative Justice services include but are not limited to: peacemaking circles, family group conferencing, and victim-offender dialogue. Community service programming includes but are not limited to: neighborhood beautification projects, assisting in community events, and engaging in meaningful activities with a local agency. These services aim to support the community by addressing underlying issues while providing accountability through alternatives to sentencing.
The amount available is $240,000. Service providers may be located and provide services anywhere in the State of Delaware, but only defendants with offenses that took place in the 19805 zip code are eligible. For more information about the grant program and how to apply, download the Request For Proposals, which includes the Concept Paper template.
Completed Concept Papers must be submitted via email to Nicole.Sund@delaware.gov by 7:59 pm on Thursday, December 7, 2023.
For a complete listing of all current Criminal Justice Council open solicitations, visit the CJC’s electronic grant management system, Egrants. For directions on how to register and login for the first time, visit our Egrants tab with step-by-step instructions. 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 when new funding announcements are released.
Please go to the CJC Egrants page for 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
Related Topics: Concept Paper, Delaware Criminal Justice Council, FVPSA, FVPSA Community-Based Services, Open Solicitations & Requests For Proposals, Solicitation for New Programs for Direct Victims Services, VOCAVA