California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB)
02/07/20 2:00 PM PT
Grants to California facilities to provide services to assist survivors of crime. Funding is intended for services, community outreach, collaboration with other providers, and trainings to first responders, medical staff, and other service providers. Funding is also intended for survivors who typically are unable to access traditional services.
The California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) provides reimbursement to eligible victims of crime for many crime-related expenses. CalVCB funding comes from restitution paid by criminal offenders through fines, orders, penalty assessments and federal grant funds. Government Code sections 13963.1 and 13963.2 mandate that CalVCB administer a program to evaluate applications and award grants to trauma recovery centers (TRCs) in California to provide services to victims of crime.
The grant program awards funding for TRCs to provide trauma-informed services to victims of crime. Grantees will serve all victims of crime; whether or not they meet CalVCB’s eligibility requirements provided the services are consistent with this Notice of Funds Available (NOFA).
The Personnel component of the budget (salaries, wages, and fringe benefits) must constitute a minimum of 75 percent of the total amount of funds requested. Staffed or contracted clinicians must account for a minimum of 60 percent of the funds allocated to the Personnel component of the budget.
Direct Costs are costs that can be clearly attributed to specific services, examples of direct costs include:
GrantWatch ID#: 153730
The number of grants awarded will be determined by a variety of factors, including the number of qualified applicants, the amount of funds requested, and the amount of funds available.
The award covers two (2) fiscal years and the budgeted period begins July 1, 2020.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Email questions and submit applications to:
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