By Cecilia Bianco, May 12 2014
The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) is seeking applicants for a newly released funding opportunity: the FY2014 Second Chance Act Two-Phase Juvenile Reentry Demonstration Program: Planning and Implementation.
This two-phase grant program will provide up to $750,000 to help state and local governments, as well as federally recognized Indian tribes, plan and implement programs or strategies that achieve the following:
- Support the successful reentry of youth released from confinement.
- Reflect an enhanced emphasis on the adoption, integration, and effective implementation of practices that research has demonstrated improves juvenile reentry outcomes.
Successful applicants will be required to complete two phases of work: a project-planning phase—which must receive OJJDP approval—and a project-implementation phase. The initial award period will be 24 months, with up to six months to complete the planning process.
During the fiscal year, OJJDP may make as many as 15 awards under this program. As opposed to previous fiscal years, applicants will apply for a single award that includes both the planning phase and the implementation phase with specific deliverables required during each.
Applicants must register with Grants.gov prior to submitting an application! For details on how to apply, see page 32 of the solicitation.
The deadline to apply for funding is June 2.
For past reporting on juvenile reentry programs, visit:
OJJDP Seeks Applicants for New Funding Opportunity to Reduce Recidivism
National Reentry Resource Center releases FAQs on Juvenile Justice & Reentry
Juvenile Justice System: Juvenile Reentry in Concept and Practice
Cecilia Bianco is the social and digital communications account coordinator for Prichard Communications. She contributes to the Reclaiming Futures blog regarding topics of juvenile justice reform and substance abuse prevention.
Topics: Grants, Juvenile Justice Reform, Juvenile Reentry, No bio box
Updated: February 08 2018