• Endowment Act – CACs & Victim Service Providers

    Release Date: 06.28.2019

    The following Grant Opportunities are now open in PCCD’s Egrants System:

    Funding Announcement Title: Endowment Act – CACs & Victim Service Providers
    Plan Year: 2019
    Release Date: 6.28.2019
    Due Date: 8.16.2019
    Concept Papers Required: No
    Competitive/Noncompetitive: Competitive
    Amount Announced: $500,000.00

    To view the details regarding this solicitation and others, please click on the Funding Announcement Title listed above.

    You can view detailed documentation regarding these Funding Announcements by clicking on the Funding Announcement Title on the screen.

    You must be registered with PCCD to access the Egrants System. If you are not registered, go to the website www.pccdegrants.state.pa.us and select Register. Once your registration is accepted, select the Login button. Enter the User ID and Password established when you registered, and Login to the system through the Egrants Production link. Then you will see the User Management Profile Details page. You must save this information in order to access the system.

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  • Endowment Act – Treatment Training

    Release Date: 06.21.2019

    The following Grant Opportunities are now open in PCCD’s Egrants System:

    Funding Announcement Title:

    Endowment Act – Treatment Training

    Plan Year:

    2019

    Release Date:

    6.21.2019

    Due Date:

    8.16.2019

    Concept Papers Required:

    No

    Competitive/Noncompetitive:

    Competitive

    Amount Announced:

    $200,000.00

    To view the details regarding this solicitation and others, please click on the Funding Announcement Title listed above.

    You can view detailed documentation regarding these Funding Announcements by clicking on the Funding Announcement Title on the screen.

    You must be registered with PCCD to access the Egrants System. If you are not registered, go to the website www.pccdegrants.state.pa.us and select Register. Once your registration is accepted, select the Login button. Enter the User ID and Password established when you registered, and Login to the system through the Egrants Production link. Then you will see the User Management Profile Details page. You must save this information in order to access the system.

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  • 2019 NCA Member Child Advocacy Centers

    Release Date: 06.21.2019

    The following Grant Opportunities are now open in PCCD’s Egrants System:

    Funding Announcement Title:

    2019 NCA Member Child Advocacy Centers

    Plan Year:

    2019

    Release Date:

    6.21.2019

    Due Date:

    8.23.2019

    Concept Papers Required:

    No

    Competitive/Noncompetitive:

    Non-Competitive

    Amount Announced:

    $1,880,000.00

    To view the details regarding this solicitation and others, please click on the Funding Announcement Title listed above.

    You can view detailed documentation regarding these Funding Announcements by clicking on the Funding Announcement Title on the screen.

    You must be registered with PCCD to access the Egrants System. If you are not registered, go to the website www.pccdegrants.state.pa.us and select Register. Once your registration is accepted, select the Login button. Enter the User ID and Password established when you registered, and Login to the system through the Egrants Production link. Then you will see the User Management Profile Details page. You must save this information in order to access the system.

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  • OJJDP Announces New Funding Opportunities

    Release Date: 05.29.2019

    Hi CAC Colleagues,

    Please note the new federal grant solicitation around responding to opioid use:  FY19 Enhancing Community Responses to the Opioid Crisis:  Serving our Youngest Crime Victims (see below) out of OVC and due July 11th. It was specifically designed to respond to the fact that approximately 50% of child abuse cases in many areas directly tie to this crisis through neglect by addicted parents, physical abuse perpetrated by addicted parents, and child sexual abuse by folks in and out of the home due to the addiction. It is specifically written to encourage a MDT response and includes Children’s Advocacy Centers as an example of just the sort of MDTs that ought to apply (along with other victim-serving agencies). We know that many CACs are interviewing and treating kids who have witnessed their parent overdose or die from an overdose, or have been abused or neglected connected to said addiction. It’s not often that a federal agency writes a solicitation tailor-made for CACs and their MDTs. And we are delighted that DOJ continues to recognize the value and importance of the work .  So, if you are already serving these kids and families or have been just waiting for the resources to start I highly encourage you to apply for one of these 3 year grants. They are funded up to $750,000 per site total over the 3 year period. Click on the link to read more about it, get details on what is required, and to apply. Thanks for your continued work with these vulnerable children.

    Warm regards, Teresa Huizar, NCA

    OJJDP has announced the following fiscal year 2019 funding opportunities:

    Resources:

    Visit the funding page for details about these and other OJJDP funding opportunities.


     

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  • New OVC Funding Opportunity

    Release Date: 02.04.2019
    Deadline Date: 04.04.2019

    OVC is seeking applications for the FY 2018 Integrated Services for Minor Victims of Human Trafficking solicitation.

    This new program is designed to enhance the quality and quantity of direct services available to assist minor (under the age of 18) victims of human trafficking.

    Organizations funded under this program will

    -provide (directly and through partnerships) a comprehensive array of services that minor victims of sex trafficking and labor trafficking often require to address their needs for safety, security, and healing;

    -ensure that minors who have been trafficked are identified and referred for appropriate services;

    -and document the progress of the project.

    This program places a priority on funding direct services provided by organizations with the capacity to implement a highly collaborative and comprehensive service model, engaging all appropriate community resources, to address the needs of minor victims of all forms of human trafficking.

    OVC expects to make up to 40 awards through this solicitation totaling up to $20 million for a 36-month period of performance, to begin no later than October 1, 2019.

    OVC will conduct a pre-application webinar on February 20, 2019, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. e.t. to review requirements and answer questions. Register now.

    Learn more and apply for the FY 2018 Integrated Services for Minor Victims of Human Trafficking funding opportunity. For additional information about potential funding opportunities in the area of human trafficking, visit the FY 2019 DOJ Program Plan.

    Apply by April 4, 2019.

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