Maryland Judiciary - Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office (MACRO)
Grants to Maryland nonprofit organizations, government agencies, courts, and IHEs to support alternative disagreement resolution projects and programs. The goal of this program is to increase the efficiency of Maryland’s courts, prevent the escalation of disagreements into litigation or violence, and increas access to justice.
To support the Maryland Judiciary’s mission to provide fair, efficient, and effective justice for all, MACRO’s Conflict Resolution Projects Grants provide funding for Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) programs or projects which develop, improve, and expand high-quality ADR services statewide.
These grants are being offered to benefit the courts and the people of Maryland with the goal of increasing efficiency in the courts, expanding access to justice, and preventing conflicts from escalating into violence or litigation.
Categories for funding consideration:
For more information about these categories see the Special Conditions document below.
GrantWatch ID#: 132634
Grants are awarded on a defined schedule based upon funding availability. State-funded grants are awarded within the State Fiscal year: July 1 through June 30. Costs may not be incurred prior to the start of the award period. Costs may not be incurred after the end of the award period.
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