U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Justice Programs (OJP), Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)
06/09/22 8:59 PM ET - Grants.gov deadline; 6/16/22 11:59 PM ET - JustGrants deadline
Grants to USA nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and tribal organizations to develop strategies to reduce and prevent human trafficking. Applicants are advised that required registrations may take several weeks to complete. The purpose of the program is to develop a multidisciplinary approach involving law enforcement, social service providers, prosecution personnel, and a range of other governmental and non-governmental partners that work together to provide a diverse set of appropriate services for trafficking victims.
This program expects a co-leadership model approach, with shared decision making by both the lead law enforcement and the lead victim service provider applicants.
Purpose Area 1 funding will help new task forces with critical first steps related to starting up a multidisciplinary task force and establishing a strong foundation of task force co-leadership structure, clear roles and responsibilities, and internal processes and protocols. Successful applicants will dedicate the first 12–18 months of funding to formalize task force structure, develop operational procedures, access professional development and training opportunities, deliver training to key stakeholders, and conduct a community assessment to identify potential areas of the community where sex and labor trafficking may be occurring.
For information on deliverables, see the following link: https://ovc.ojp.gov/funding/fy-2022/o-ovc-2022-171264.pdf#page=9
GrantWatch ID#: 153438
Expected Number of Awards: 30
- Award Ceiling: $750,000
- Award Floor: $0
Period of Performance Start Date: 10/1/22 12:00 AM
Period of Performance Duration (Months): 36
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