Responding to the FY 2024 SCA Improving Adult and Youth Crisis Stabilization and Community Reentry Program Solicitation

Past Event
March 14, 2024, 2:00- 3:30pm , Eastern

Hosted by The Council of State Governments (CSG) Justice Center and the U.S Department of Justice’s Office of Justice Programs’ Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) 

In this webinar, representatives from BJA and the CSG Justice Center will review the FY 2024 Second Chance Act (SCA) Improving Adult and Youth Crisis Stabilization and Community Reentry Program application process. BJA is seeking applications for funding from state, local, and Tribal governments, as well as community-based nonprofit organizations, to support cross-system collaboration between crisis and reentry systems. The goal of this program is to provide comprehensive treatment, recovery, and other supportive reentry services to adults, youth, and young adults with mental health and/or substance use disorders who are currently involved in the criminal or juvenile justice systems or are transitioning from a prison, jail, or juvenile detention facility and are at greater risk of crisis when they reenter the community. It is anticipated that this grant program will provide up to 10 awards of up to $825,000 each for a 36-month project.   


  • Alexis Lacy, Deputy Program Director, Behavioral Health, CSG Justice Center 
  • Felicia Lopez Wright, Project Manager, Behavioral Health, CSG Justice Center 
  • Margaret (Meg) Chapman, Policy Advisor, Corrections, Reentry and Justice Reform Policy Office, Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice 

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