U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Justice Programs (OJP), Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)
03/30/20 11:59 PM ET
Grant to an Alaska business, nonprofit, or institution of higher education, including tribal organizations, for programs that benefit Alaska Native youth. Funding is intended to support training and technical assistance to organizations and sites serving Alaska Native villages. The goal of the program is to build the capacity of tribal communities across Alaska to address the specific needs and challenges of those who work with Alaska Native youth, who are no more than 18 years of age.
OJJDP seeks a training and technical assistance provider to establish a regional network of partnerships to develop strategies to address Alaska Native youth's cultural needs and support their successful functioning at home, in school, and in the community. OJJDP expects the successful applicant to serve as the primary training and technical assistance provider for all OJJDP-funded tribal programs for youth in Alaska.
The objectives of the project are:
The successful applicant should demonstrate the ability to provide or subcontract training and technical assistance for tribal youth-specific programming, including efforts to create, expand, or strengthen tribally driven approaches along the juvenile justice continuum that can range from prevention to intervention and treatment. The successful applicant should also be able to deliver training and technical assistance focused on the following areas: strategic planning and program design, improvement or establishment of data collection systems, partnership development, and sustainability planning.
In addition, the successful applicant should demonstrate their knowledge and experience in identifying experts to build local capacity for the development and implementation of local strategic plans that use multidisciplinary partnerships, balanced approaches, and data-driven strategies; providing logistics to support training and technical assistance activities; developing and disseminating training materials; and conducting evaluations of training.
For additional information about program requirements, see: https://ojjdp.ojp.gov/sites/g/files/xyckuh176/files/media/document/ojjdp-2020-16834.pdf#page=5
GrantWatch ID#: 167305
- Period of performance duration: 24 months
- Period of performance start date: October 1, 2020
OJJDP may, in certain cases, provide additional funding in future years to awards made under this solicitation, through continuation awards. OJP will consider, among other factors, OJP’s strategic priorities, a recipient’s overall management of the award, and progress of award-funded work when making continuation-award decisions.
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