CCJJ Grants

Utah Board of Juvenile Justice Grants (UBJJ)

2013 DMC Best Practices Request for Proposals

A $32,000 grant has been made available for the DMC Best Practice Project and will be competitively awarded to one recipient. The grant period begins November 1, 2013 and runs through October 31, 2014. If you are interested in applying, click on the official Request for Proposal for more information.

Official Request for Proposal

For questions regarding the application process, contact Reg Garff | rgarff@utah.gov

Title II - 2011 Request for Proposals

For questions regarding the application process, contact Reg Garff | rgarff@utah.gov

The Utah Board of Juvenile Justice (UBJJ) is pleased to announce the availability of Title II Formula Grants funded by allocations from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. The funding period is October 1, 2011 to September 30, 2012.

  • An estimated $123,300 will be competitively awarded to support one to two new and innovative programs in the priority categories that follow. These projects will be funded based on individual merit.
  • Only new and innovative project applications will be accepted.
  • An additional $386,670 is available to support continuation projects only.

Units of local government, school districts, state agencies, faith based organizations, Indian tribes and tribal organizations or qualified community-based organizations may apply for funding who meet one or more of the following UBJJ goals:

1. Provide evidence-based delinquency prevention projects for children grades kindergarten through eight.

2. Expand and improve sex offender services and resources within the juvenile justice system.

3. Provide evidence-based outpatient substance abuse treatment to at-risk youth in Carbon, Emery, Grand, Salt Lake, Summit, Tooele and Wasatch Counties.

4. Increase the diversion rate for minority youth in Salt Lake, Utah and Weber Counties.

Priority will be given to projects using evidenced-based/model programs (must cite source) that serve Native American communities, Salt Lake, Tooele, Weber or Morgan Counties, or the Four Corners region (Carbon, Emery and Grand Counties) where resources are scarce and high risk has been identified. Projects outside the priority areas will not be considered. Funded programs will be required to participate in program evaluation as directed throughout the funding period.

Title II Grant Application Kit

 

Title V

Title V of the JJDP Act is designed to provide a dedicated source of monies to award grants for delinquency prevention within local communities. The Community Prevention Grants program is founded on a research-based framework that focuses on reducing risks and enhancing protective factors to prevent youth from entering the juvenile justice system.

Title V Grant RFP currently not available.

Justice Assistance Grants (JAG)

Not currently accepting applications at this time.

Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Grants (RSAT)

Request for Proposals: FFY 2013-2014 Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Formula Grant Program

The Utah Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice (CCJJ) is pleased to announce the availability of RSAT Formula Grant funds allocated by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance. The CCJJ contact for the RSAT Program is Mary Lou Emerson: 801-538-1921 or memerson@utah.gov.

CCJJ will award up to $139,785 for one or more jail-based programs that will provide substance use disorder treatment services for incarcerated offenders.

Applications are due to CCJJ by Thursday, July 31, 2014 at 4:00 p.m.

The funding period is anticipated to be October 1, 2014 – September 30, 2015.

Eligible applicants include units of local government and federally-recognized Indian tribal governments that can meet the following requirements:

Jail-Based Programs

  • Last at least 3 months
  • Focus on the substance use disorder problems of the inmate
  • Develop the inmates's cognitive, behavioral, social, vocational, and other skills to solve the substance use disorder and related problems.
  • Require urinalysis or other proven reliable forms of testing, including both periodic and random testing: (1) of an individual before the individual enters the jail-based substance use disorder treatment program; (2) during the period in which the individual participates in the treatment program; and (3) of an individual released from a residential substance use disorder treatment program if the individual remains in custody.
  • Program design should be based on effective, scientific practices

If possible, jail-based programs should separate the treatment population from the general correctional population.

RSAT Grant Application Forms

Gang Reduction Grant

Not currently accepting applications at this time.

Location

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PO Box 142330
SLC UT 84114-2330
Office: 801-538-1031
Fax: 801-538-1024