Montana Board of Crime Control (MBCC)
07/02/20 12:00 PM Noon
Grants to Montana local agencies, LEAs, private nonprofit agencies, and tribal governments for projects related to juvenile offenders. Applicants must register with the application system prior to applying. Funding is intended to plan, evaluate, develop, implement, and coordinate policies and projects related to effective education, training, research, prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation programs, as well as juvenile justice system improvement efforts.
MBCC highly values applications from programs and services that:
For information about priority projects, see: http://mbcc.mt.gov/Portals/130/Funding/Grant%20Offerings/20-08(J)TitleIIJuvenileJustice.pdf?ver=2020-05-21-144439-487#page=3
To be allowable under federal awards, costs must meet the following general criteria: http://mbcc.mt.gov/Portals/130/Funding/Grant%20Offerings/20-08(J)TitleIIJuvenileJustice.pdf?ver=2020-05-21-144439-487#page=12
GrantWatch ID#: 163388
The project period begins October 1, 2020 and concludes December 31, 2021. Funds may not be expended or obligated prior to October 1, 2020.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Register and Apply Online: http://apps.mbcc.mt.gov/osas/Default.aspx
For applicants without internet access, who cannot apply electronically through the OSAS, contact MBCC at (406) 444-3604 or email@example.com (listing “RFP # 20-08 (J), Submission Assistance” as the email subject) for approval and submission instructions.
Board of Crime Control
5 S Last Chance Gulch
PO Box 201408
Helena, MT 59620-1408
# 20-08 (J)
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