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National Criminal Justice Initiatives Map

The National Criminal Justice Initiatives map identifies the past and current recipients of federal funding related to recidivism reduction and reentry across U.S. states and territories. You can search for initiatives in a specific state or territory or search countrywide based on the awarding agency, award year, or grant program. Click on the information icons (“i”) for more details about each project or grant program.

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Grantee Award Year Awarding Agency Award Amount Grant Program Grant Program State Grantee Address Grant Program Year Grant Description
Chippewa Cree Tribe

Grantee: Chippewa Cree Tribe
Address: St. Pierre, MT
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Award Number:
Award Amount:

2010 U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Defending Childhood Initiative

Year: 2010
Category: Defending Childhood Initiative

Program Description: Attorney General Eric Holder launched the Defending Childhood initiative on September 23, 2010, to address a national crisis: the exposure of America's children to violence as victims and as witnesses. The Defending Childhood Initiative strives to harness resources from across the Department of Justice to prevent children's exposure to violence, mitigate the negative impact of children's exposure to violence when it does occur, and develop knowledge and spread awareness about children's exposure to violence. In 2010, DOJ awarded grants to eight sites in cities and tribal communities around the country to develop strategic plans for comprehensive community-based efforts that will further demonstrate the goals of this initiative. Each of these sites received additional support in 2011 to help launch, sustain, and expand programs and organizations focused on the development of community-based solutions to address the problem. Four sites will be supported to develop comprehensive demonstration projects.

Defending Childhood Initiative us-mt St. Pierre, MT 2010 Attorney General Eric Holder launched the Defending Childhood initiative on September 23, 2010, to address a national crisis: the exposure of America's children to violence as victims and as witnesses. The Defending Childhood Initiative strives to harness resources from across the Department of Justice to prevent children's exposure to violence, mitigate the negative impact of children's exposure to violence when it does occur, and develop knowledge and spread awareness about children's exposure to violence. In 2010, DOJ awarded grants to eight sites in cities and tribal communities around the country to develop strategic plans for comprehensive community-based efforts that will further demonstrate the goals of this initiative. Each of these sites received additional support in 2011 to help launch, sustain, and expand programs and organizations focused on the development of community-based solutions to address the problem. Four sites will be supported to develop comprehensive demonstration projects.
Multnomah County Department of Human Services

Grantee: Multnomah County Department of Human Services
Address: Portland, OR
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Award Number:
Award Amount:

2010 U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Defending Childhood Initiative

Year: 2010
Category: Defending Childhood Initiative

Program Description: Attorney General Eric Holder launched the Defending Childhood initiative on September 23, 2010, to address a national crisis: the exposure of America's children to violence as victims and as witnesses. The Defending Childhood Initiative strives to harness resources from across the Department of Justice to prevent children's exposure to violence, mitigate the negative impact of children's exposure to violence when it does occur, and develop knowledge and spread awareness about children's exposure to violence. In 2010, DOJ awarded grants to eight sites in cities and tribal communities around the country to develop strategic plans for comprehensive community-based efforts that will further demonstrate the goals of this initiative. Each of these sites received additional support in 2011 to help launch, sustain, and expand programs and organizations focused on the development of community-based solutions to address the problem. Four sites will be supported to develop comprehensive demonstration projects.

Defending Childhood Initiative us-or Portland, OR 2010 Attorney General Eric Holder launched the Defending Childhood initiative on September 23, 2010, to address a national crisis: the exposure of America's children to violence as victims and as witnesses. The Defending Childhood Initiative strives to harness resources from across the Department of Justice to prevent children's exposure to violence, mitigate the negative impact of children's exposure to violence when it does occur, and develop knowledge and spread awareness about children's exposure to violence. In 2010, DOJ awarded grants to eight sites in cities and tribal communities around the country to develop strategic plans for comprehensive community-based efforts that will further demonstrate the goals of this initiative. Each of these sites received additional support in 2011 to help launch, sustain, and expand programs and organizations focused on the development of community-based solutions to address the problem. Four sites will be supported to develop comprehensive demonstration projects.
Shelby County

Grantee: Shelby County
Address: Memphis, TN
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Award Number:
Award Amount:

2010 U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Defending Childhood Initiative

Year: 2010
Category: Defending Childhood Initiative

Program Description: Attorney General Eric Holder launched the Defending Childhood initiative on September 23, 2010, to address a national crisis: the exposure of America's children to violence as victims and as witnesses. The Defending Childhood Initiative strives to harness resources from across the Department of Justice to prevent children's exposure to violence, mitigate the negative impact of children's exposure to violence when it does occur, and develop knowledge and spread awareness about children's exposure to violence. In 2010, DOJ awarded grants to eight sites in cities and tribal communities around the country to develop strategic plans for comprehensive community-based efforts that will further demonstrate the goals of this initiative. Each of these sites received additional support in 2011 to help launch, sustain, and expand programs and organizations focused on the development of community-based solutions to address the problem. Four sites will be supported to develop comprehensive demonstration projects.

Defending Childhood Initiative us-tn Memphis, TN 2010 Attorney General Eric Holder launched the Defending Childhood initiative on September 23, 2010, to address a national crisis: the exposure of America's children to violence as victims and as witnesses. The Defending Childhood Initiative strives to harness resources from across the Department of Justice to prevent children's exposure to violence, mitigate the negative impact of children's exposure to violence when it does occur, and develop knowledge and spread awareness about children's exposure to violence. In 2010, DOJ awarded grants to eight sites in cities and tribal communities around the country to develop strategic plans for comprehensive community-based efforts that will further demonstrate the goals of this initiative. Each of these sites received additional support in 2011 to help launch, sustain, and expand programs and organizations focused on the development of community-based solutions to address the problem. Four sites will be supported to develop comprehensive demonstration projects.
City of Boston

Grantee: City of Boston
Address: Boston, MA
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Award Number:
Award Amount:

2010 U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Defending Childhood Initiative

Year: 2010
Category: Defending Childhood Initiative

Program Description: Attorney General Eric Holder launched the Defending Childhood initiative on September 23, 2010, to address a national crisis: the exposure of America's children to violence as victims and as witnesses. The Defending Childhood Initiative strives to harness resources from across the Department of Justice to prevent children's exposure to violence, mitigate the negative impact of children's exposure to violence when it does occur, and develop knowledge and spread awareness about children's exposure to violence. In 2010, DOJ awarded grants to eight sites in cities and tribal communities around the country to develop strategic plans for comprehensive community-based efforts that will further demonstrate the goals of this initiative. Each of these sites received additional support in 2011 to help launch, sustain, and expand programs and organizations focused on the development of community-based solutions to address the problem. Four sites will be supported to develop comprehensive demonstration projects.

Defending Childhood Initiative us-ma Boston, MA 2010 Attorney General Eric Holder launched the Defending Childhood initiative on September 23, 2010, to address a national crisis: the exposure of America's children to violence as victims and as witnesses. The Defending Childhood Initiative strives to harness resources from across the Department of Justice to prevent children's exposure to violence, mitigate the negative impact of children's exposure to violence when it does occur, and develop knowledge and spread awareness about children's exposure to violence. In 2010, DOJ awarded grants to eight sites in cities and tribal communities around the country to develop strategic plans for comprehensive community-based efforts that will further demonstrate the goals of this initiative. Each of these sites received additional support in 2011 to help launch, sustain, and expand programs and organizations focused on the development of community-based solutions to address the problem. Four sites will be supported to develop comprehensive demonstration projects.
Cuyahoga County Board of Commissioners

Grantee: Cuyahoga County Board of Commissioners
Address: Cleveland, OH
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Award Number:
Award Amount:

2010 U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Defending Childhood Initiative

Year: 2010
Category: Defending Childhood Initiative

Program Description: Attorney General Eric Holder launched the Defending Childhood initiative on September 23, 2010, to address a national crisis: the exposure of America's children to violence as victims and as witnesses. The Defending Childhood Initiative strives to harness resources from across the Department of Justice to prevent children's exposure to violence, mitigate the negative impact of children's exposure to violence when it does occur, and develop knowledge and spread awareness about children's exposure to violence. In 2010, DOJ awarded grants to eight sites in cities and tribal communities around the country to develop strategic plans for comprehensive community-based efforts that will further demonstrate the goals of this initiative. Each of these sites received additional support in 2011 to help launch, sustain, and expand programs and organizations focused on the development of community-based solutions to address the problem. Four sites will be supported to develop comprehensive demonstration projects.

Defending Childhood Initiative us-oh Cleveland, OH 2010 Attorney General Eric Holder launched the Defending Childhood initiative on September 23, 2010, to address a national crisis: the exposure of America's children to violence as victims and as witnesses. The Defending Childhood Initiative strives to harness resources from across the Department of Justice to prevent children's exposure to violence, mitigate the negative impact of children's exposure to violence when it does occur, and develop knowledge and spread awareness about children's exposure to violence. In 2010, DOJ awarded grants to eight sites in cities and tribal communities around the country to develop strategic plans for comprehensive community-based efforts that will further demonstrate the goals of this initiative. Each of these sites received additional support in 2011 to help launch, sustain, and expand programs and organizations focused on the development of community-based solutions to address the problem. Four sites will be supported to develop comprehensive demonstration projects.
City of Portland

Grantee: City of Portland
Address: Portland, ME
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Award Number:
Award Amount:

2010 U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Defending Childhood Initiative

Year: 2010
Category: Defending Childhood Initiative

Program Description: Attorney General Eric Holder launched the Defending Childhood initiative on September 23, 2010, to address a national crisis: the exposure of America's children to violence as victims and as witnesses. The Defending Childhood Initiative strives to harness resources from across the Department of Justice to prevent children's exposure to violence, mitigate the negative impact of children's exposure to violence when it does occur, and develop knowledge and spread awareness about children's exposure to violence. In 2010, DOJ awarded grants to eight sites in cities and tribal communities around the country to develop strategic plans for comprehensive community-based efforts that will further demonstrate the goals of this initiative. Each of these sites received additional support in 2011 to help launch, sustain, and expand programs and organizations focused on the development of community-based solutions to address the problem. Four sites will be supported to develop comprehensive demonstration projects.

Defending Childhood Initiative us-me Portland, ME 2010 Attorney General Eric Holder launched the Defending Childhood initiative on September 23, 2010, to address a national crisis: the exposure of America's children to violence as victims and as witnesses. The Defending Childhood Initiative strives to harness resources from across the Department of Justice to prevent children's exposure to violence, mitigate the negative impact of children's exposure to violence when it does occur, and develop knowledge and spread awareness about children's exposure to violence. In 2010, DOJ awarded grants to eight sites in cities and tribal communities around the country to develop strategic plans for comprehensive community-based efforts that will further demonstrate the goals of this initiative. Each of these sites received additional support in 2011 to help launch, sustain, and expand programs and organizations focused on the development of community-based solutions to address the problem. Four sites will be supported to develop comprehensive demonstration projects.
Rosebud Sioux Tribe

Grantee: Rosebud Sioux Tribe
Address: Rosebud, SD
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Award Number:
Award Amount:

2010 U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Defending Childhood Initiative

Year: 2010
Category: Defending Childhood Initiative

Program Description: Attorney General Eric Holder launched the Defending Childhood initiative on September 23, 2010, to address a national crisis: the exposure of America's children to violence as victims and as witnesses. The Defending Childhood Initiative strives to harness resources from across the Department of Justice to prevent children's exposure to violence, mitigate the negative impact of children's exposure to violence when it does occur, and develop knowledge and spread awareness about children's exposure to violence. In 2010, DOJ awarded grants to eight sites in cities and tribal communities around the country to develop strategic plans for comprehensive community-based efforts that will further demonstrate the goals of this initiative. Each of these sites received additional support in 2011 to help launch, sustain, and expand programs and organizations focused on the development of community-based solutions to address the problem. Four sites will be supported to develop comprehensive demonstration projects.

Defending Childhood Initiative us-sd Rosebud, SD 2010 Attorney General Eric Holder launched the Defending Childhood initiative on September 23, 2010, to address a national crisis: the exposure of America's children to violence as victims and as witnesses. The Defending Childhood Initiative strives to harness resources from across the Department of Justice to prevent children's exposure to violence, mitigate the negative impact of children's exposure to violence when it does occur, and develop knowledge and spread awareness about children's exposure to violence. In 2010, DOJ awarded grants to eight sites in cities and tribal communities around the country to develop strategic plans for comprehensive community-based efforts that will further demonstrate the goals of this initiative. Each of these sites received additional support in 2011 to help launch, sustain, and expand programs and organizations focused on the development of community-based solutions to address the problem. Four sites will be supported to develop comprehensive demonstration projects.
City of Grand Forks

Grantee: City of Grand Forks
Address: Grand Forks, ND
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Award Number:
Award Amount:

2010 U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Defending Childhood Initiative

Year: 2010
Category: Defending Childhood Initiative

Program Description: Attorney General Eric Holder launched the Defending Childhood initiative on September 23, 2010, to address a national crisis: the exposure of America's children to violence as victims and as witnesses. The Defending Childhood Initiative strives to harness resources from across the Department of Justice to prevent children's exposure to violence, mitigate the negative impact of children's exposure to violence when it does occur, and develop knowledge and spread awareness about children's exposure to violence. In 2010, DOJ awarded grants to eight sites in cities and tribal communities around the country to develop strategic plans for comprehensive community-based efforts that will further demonstrate the goals of this initiative. Each of these sites received additional support in 2011 to help launch, sustain, and expand programs and organizations focused on the development of community-based solutions to address the problem. Four sites will be supported to develop comprehensive demonstration projects.

Defending Childhood Initiative us-nd Grand Forks, ND 2010 Attorney General Eric Holder launched the Defending Childhood initiative on September 23, 2010, to address a national crisis: the exposure of America's children to violence as victims and as witnesses. The Defending Childhood Initiative strives to harness resources from across the Department of Justice to prevent children's exposure to violence, mitigate the negative impact of children's exposure to violence when it does occur, and develop knowledge and spread awareness about children's exposure to violence. In 2010, DOJ awarded grants to eight sites in cities and tribal communities around the country to develop strategic plans for comprehensive community-based efforts that will further demonstrate the goals of this initiative. Each of these sites received additional support in 2011 to help launch, sustain, and expand programs and organizations focused on the development of community-based solutions to address the problem. Four sites will be supported to develop comprehensive demonstration projects.
Young Women's Christian Association of Greater Milwaukee

Grantee: Young Women's Christian Association of Greater Milwaukee
Address: 1915 N Dr Martin Luther King Dr., Milwaukee, WI 53212
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,724,222

2011 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $5,724,222 Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants

Year: 2011
Category: Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants

Program Description: The Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration grant program is intended to help individuals with significant barriers to employment - specifically, low-income non-custodial parents and ex-offenders - obtain the skills they need in the workplace. Grantees are required to partner with employers, One-Stop Career Centers, child support enforcement agencies and criminal justice agencies to leverage specialized expertise in delivering support services.

Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants us-wi 1915 N Dr Martin Luther King Dr., Milwaukee, WI 53212 2011 The Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration grant program is intended to help individuals with significant barriers to employment - specifically, low-income non-custodial parents and ex-offenders - obtain the skills they need in the workplace. Grantees are required to partner with employers, One-Stop Career Centers, child support enforcement agencies and criminal justice agencies to leverage specialized expertise in delivering support services.
Goodwill of North Georgia Inc.

Grantee: Goodwill of North Georgia Inc.
Address: 235 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30303
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,724,222

2011 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $5,724,222 Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants

Year: 2011
Category: Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants

Program Description: The Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration grant program is intended to help individuals with significant barriers to employment - specifically, low-income non-custodial parents and ex-offenders - obtain the skills they need in the workplace. Grantees are required to partner with employers, One-Stop Career Centers, child support enforcement agencies and criminal justice agencies to leverage specialized expertise in delivering support services.

Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants us-ga 235 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30303 2011 The Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration grant program is intended to help individuals with significant barriers to employment - specifically, low-income non-custodial parents and ex-offenders - obtain the skills they need in the workplace. Grantees are required to partner with employers, One-Stop Career Centers, child support enforcement agencies and criminal justice agencies to leverage specialized expertise in delivering support services.
The Doe Fund, Inc.

Grantee: The Doe Fund, Inc.
Address: 520 Gates Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11216
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,631,033

2011 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $5,631,033 Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants

Year: 2011
Category: Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants

Program Description: The Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration grant program is intended to help individuals with significant barriers to employment - specifically, low-income non-custodial parents and ex-offenders - obtain the skills they need in the workplace. Grantees are required to partner with employers, One-Stop Career Centers, child support enforcement agencies and criminal justice agencies to leverage specialized expertise in delivering support services.

Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants us-ny 520 Gates Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11216 2011 The Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration grant program is intended to help individuals with significant barriers to employment - specifically, low-income non-custodial parents and ex-offenders - obtain the skills they need in the workplace. Grantees are required to partner with employers, One-Stop Career Centers, child support enforcement agencies and criminal justice agencies to leverage specialized expertise in delivering support services.
Workforce Inc.

Grantee: Workforce Inc.
Address: 754 N Sherman Dr Ste 220, Indianapolis, IN 46201
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,565,608

2011 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $5,565,608 Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants

Year: 2011
Category: Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants

Program Description: The Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration grant program is intended to help individuals with significant barriers to employment - specifically, low-income non-custodial parents and ex-offenders - obtain the skills they need in the workplace. Grantees are required to partner with employers, One-Stop Career Centers, child support enforcement agencies and criminal justice agencies to leverage specialized expertise in delivering support services.

Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants us-in 754 N Sherman Dr Ste 220, Indianapolis, IN 46201 2011 The Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration grant program is intended to help individuals with significant barriers to employment - specifically, low-income non-custodial parents and ex-offenders - obtain the skills they need in the workplace. Grantees are required to partner with employers, One-Stop Career Centers, child support enforcement agencies and criminal justice agencies to leverage specialized expertise in delivering support services.
Center for Community Alternatives

Grantee: Center for Community Alternatives
Address: 115 E Jefferson St. Suite 300, Syracuse, NY 13202
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,720,222

2011 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $5,720,222 Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants

Year: 2011
Category: Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants

Program Description: The Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration grant program is intended to help individuals with significant barriers to employment - specifically, low-income non-custodial parents and ex-offenders - obtain the skills they need in the workplace. Grantees are required to partner with employers, One-Stop Career Centers, child support enforcement agencies and criminal justice agencies to leverage specialized expertise in delivering support services.

Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants us-ny 115 E Jefferson St. Suite 300, Syracuse, NY 13202 2011 The Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration grant program is intended to help individuals with significant barriers to employment - specifically, low-income non-custodial parents and ex-offenders - obtain the skills they need in the workplace. Grantees are required to partner with employers, One-Stop Career Centers, child support enforcement agencies and criminal justice agencies to leverage specialized expertise in delivering support services.
City and County of San Francisco

Grantee: City and County of San Francisco
Address: San Francisco, CA
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,724,203

2011 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $5,724,203 Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants

Year: 2011
Category: Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants

Program Description: The Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration grant program is intended to help individuals with significant barriers to employment - specifically, low-income non-custodial parents and ex-offenders - obtain the skills they need in the workplace. Grantees are required to partner with employers, One-Stop Career Centers, child support enforcement agencies and criminal justice agencies to leverage specialized expertise in delivering support services.

Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants us-ca San Francisco, CA 2011 The Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration grant program is intended to help individuals with significant barriers to employment - specifically, low-income non-custodial parents and ex-offenders - obtain the skills they need in the workplace. Grantees are required to partner with employers, One-Stop Career Centers, child support enforcement agencies and criminal justice agencies to leverage specialized expertise in delivering support services.
Tarrant County Workforce Development Board

Grantee: Tarrant County Workforce Development Board
Address: 1320 S University Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,610,490

2011 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $5,610,490 Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants

Year: 2011
Category: Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants

Program Description: The Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration grant program is intended to help individuals with significant barriers to employment - specifically, low-income non-custodial parents and ex-offenders - obtain the skills they need in the workplace. Grantees are required to partner with employers, One-Stop Career Centers, child support enforcement agencies and criminal justice agencies to leverage specialized expertise in delivering support services.

Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration Grants us-tx 1320 S University Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76107 2011 The Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration grant program is intended to help individuals with significant barriers to employment - specifically, low-income non-custodial parents and ex-offenders - obtain the skills they need in the workplace. Grantees are required to partner with employers, One-Stop Career Centers, child support enforcement agencies and criminal justice agencies to leverage specialized expertise in delivering support services.
The Youth Employment Partnership, Inc.

Grantee: The Youth Employment Partnership, Inc.
Address: 2300 International Boulevard, Oakland, CA 94601
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,050,000

2015 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,050,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2015
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ca 2300 International Boulevard, Oakland, CA 94601 2015 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
BCFS Health and Human Services

Grantee: BCFS Health and Human Services
Address: 4639 Corona Suite 37, Corpus Christi, TX 78411
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $820,453

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $820,453 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-tx 4639 Corona Suite 37, Corpus Christi, TX 78411 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Workforce Investment Board of Herkimer, Madison and Oneida Counties

Grantee: Workforce Investment Board of Herkimer, Madison and Oneida Counties
Address: 209 Elizabeth Street Utica, NY 13501
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,500,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,500,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ny 209 Elizabeth Street Utica, NY 13501 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Housing Authority of the City of Spartanburg

Grantee: Housing Authority of the City of Spartanburg
Address: 201 Caulder Avenue, Suite A, Spartanburg, SC 29306-5640
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $999,923

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $999,923 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-sc 201 Caulder Avenue, Suite A, Spartanburg, SC 29306-5640 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Knoxville Leadership Foundation

Grantee: Knoxville Leadership Foundation
Address: 901 East Summit Hill Drive Knoxville, TN 37915-1200
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-tn 901 East Summit Hill Drive Knoxville, TN 37915-1200 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Volunteers of America Massachusetts, Inc.

Grantee: Volunteers of America Massachusetts, Inc.
Address: 441 Centre Street Jamaica Plain, MA 02130-1831
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $820,453

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $820,453 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ma 441 Centre Street Jamaica Plain, MA 02130-1831 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
DeKalb County

Grantee: DeKalb County
Address: 4309 Memorial Drive, Decatur, GA 30032
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $859,904

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $859,904 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ga 4309 Memorial Drive, Decatur, GA 30032 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Connection Training Services

Grantee: Connection Training Services
Address: 2243 West Allegheny Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132-1420
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-pa 2243 West Allegheny Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132-1420 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Centro Community Hispanic Association, Inc.

Grantee: Centro Community Hispanic Association, Inc.
Address: 1900 Atlantic Ave. Long Beach, CA 90806-5545
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,500,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,500,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ca 1900 Atlantic Ave. Long Beach, CA 90806-5545 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
The Children`s Cabinet Inc.

Grantee: The Children`s Cabinet Inc.
Address: 1090 South Rock Blvd., Reno, NV 89502-7116
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,500,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,500,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-nv 1090 South Rock Blvd., Reno, NV 89502-7116 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Youth Development, Inc.

Grantee: Youth Development, Inc.
Address: 6301 Central NW, Albuquerque, NM 87105-2036
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-nm 6301 Central NW, Albuquerque, NM 87105-2036 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Action for Boston Community Development, Inc.

Grantee: Action for Boston Community Development, Inc.
Address: 178 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111-1006
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ma 178 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111-1006 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Imperial Valley Regional Occupational Program (IVROP)

Grantee: Imperial Valley Regional Occupational Program (IVROP)
Address: 687 State Street, El Centro, CA 92243-2943
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $999,937

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $999,937 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ca 687 State Street, El Centro, CA 92243-2943 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Pathways-VA Inc.

Grantee: Pathways-VA Inc.
Address: 1200 W. Washington St., Petersburg, VA 23803
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,500,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,500,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-va 1200 W. Washington St., Petersburg, VA 23803 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Metro United Methodist Urban Ministry

Grantee: Metro United Methodist Urban Ministry
Address: 6754 Mission Gorge Road, Ste 104 San Diego, CA 92120-5304
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ca 6754 Mission Gorge Road, Ste 104 San Diego, CA 92120-5304 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
The Dannon Project

Grantee: The Dannon Project
Address: 1600 20th St S, Birmingham, AL 35205-1600
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-al 1600 20th St S, Birmingham, AL 35205-1600 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Change Happens

Grantee: Change Happens
Address: 3353 Elgin Street, Houston, TX 77004-3531
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,368,126

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,368,126 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-tx 3353 Elgin Street, Houston, TX 77004-3531 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
The Dannon Project

Grantee: The Dannon Project
Address: 2324 5th Avenue North Birmingham, AL 35205-1600
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-al 2324 5th Avenue North Birmingham, AL 35205-1600 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Tampa Bay Academy of Hope

Grantee: Tampa Bay Academy of Hope
Address: 5118 North 56th Street, Suite 230 Tampa , FL 33610
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-fl 5118 North 56th Street, Suite 230 Tampa , FL 33610 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Youth Policy Institute

Grantee: Youth Policy Institute
Address: 634 South Spring Street, 10th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90014
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,050,000

2015 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,050,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2015
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ca 634 South Spring Street, 10th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90014 2015 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Fresh Ministries Inc.

Grantee: Fresh Ministries Inc.
Address: 1131 North Laura Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206-4915
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,483,106

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,483,106 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-fl 1131 North Laura Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206-4915 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Fresh Ministries, Inc.

Grantee: Fresh Ministries, Inc.
Address: 1131 N. Laura Street Jacksonville, FL 32206-4915
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,483,106

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,483,106 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-fl 1131 N. Laura Street Jacksonville, FL 32206-4915 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Change Happens

Grantee: Change Happens
Address: 3353 Elgin Street Houston, TX 77004-3531
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,368,126

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,368,126 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-tx 3353 Elgin Street Houston, TX 77004-3531 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans

Grantee: Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans
Address: 4152 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70119-5941
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,477,317

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,477,317 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-la 4152 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70119-5941 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Pima Prevention Partnership

Grantee: Pima Prevention Partnership
Address: 924 N Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ 85711
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-az 924 N Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ 85711 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
King County Department of Community and Human Servicves

Grantee: King County Department of Community and Human Servicves
Address: 401 5th Avenue, Ste 510 Seattle, WA 98104
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,500,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,500,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-wa 401 5th Avenue, Ste 510 Seattle, WA 98104 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Center for Self-Sufficiency

Grantee: Center for Self-Sufficiency
Address: 4465 N. Oakland Avenue, Suite 200 Milwaukee, WI 53211-1662
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,500,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,500,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-wi 4465 N. Oakland Avenue, Suite 200 Milwaukee, WI 53211-1662 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Memphis Leadership Foundation

Grantee: Memphis Leadership Foundation
Address: 1548 Poplar Avenue, Memphis, TN 38104-2432
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-tn 1548 Poplar Avenue, Memphis, TN 38104-2432 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
PathStone Corporation

Grantee: PathStone Corporation
Address: 400 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14607-1910
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,000,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $5,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ny 400 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14607-1910 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Goodwill Industries of Houston, Inc.

Grantee: Goodwill Industries of Houston, Inc.
Address: 1140 West Loop North Houston, TX 77055-7218
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $820,453

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $820,453 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-tx 1140 West Loop North Houston, TX 77055-7218 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
WestCare Illinois

Grantee: WestCare Illinois
Address: 1100 W. Cermak, Chicago, IL 60608-4501
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,368,126

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,368,126 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-il 1100 W. Cermak, Chicago, IL 60608-4501 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Imperial Valley Regional Occupational Program (IVROP)

Grantee: Imperial Valley Regional Occupational Program (IVROP)
Address: 687 State Street, El Centro, CA 92243
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,019,000

2015 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,019,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2015
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ca 687 State Street, El Centro, CA 92243 2015 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Youth Shelters and Family Services, Inc.

Grantee: Youth Shelters and Family Services, Inc.
Address: 5686b Agu Fria Santa Fe, NM 87507-9001
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,368,126

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,368,126 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-nm 5686b Agu Fria Santa Fe, NM 87507-9001 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Urban League of Rochester, NY, Inc.

Grantee: Urban League of Rochester, NY, Inc.
Address: 265 North Clinton Avenue, Rochester, NY 14605
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,050,000

2015 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,050,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2015
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ny 265 North Clinton Avenue, Rochester, NY 14605 2015 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Kennedy Center of Lousiana

Grantee: Kennedy Center of Lousiana
Address: 1726 Elizabeth Avenue Shreveport, LA 71101-4503
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $996,197

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $996,197 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-la 1726 Elizabeth Avenue Shreveport, LA 71101-4503 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
The WorkPlace Inc

Grantee: The WorkPlace Inc
Address: 350 Fairfield Avenue, Bridgeport, CT 06604
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,048,235

2015 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,048,235 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2015
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ct 350 Fairfield Avenue, Bridgeport, CT 06604 2015 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Urban League of Essex County

Grantee: Urban League of Essex County
Address: 508 Central Avenue Newark, NJ 07107-1430
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,211,538

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,211,538 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-nj 508 Central Avenue Newark, NJ 07107-1430 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
WSOS Community Action Commission, Inc.

Grantee: WSOS Community Action Commission, Inc.
Address: 109 South Front Street, Fremont, OH 43420-3021
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-oh 109 South Front Street, Fremont, OH 43420-3021 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Center for Self-Sufficiency, Inc.

Grantee: Center for Self-Sufficiency, Inc.
Address: 4465 N. Oakland Avenue, Suite 200, Milwaukee, WI 53211-1662
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,500,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,500,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-wi 4465 N. Oakland Avenue, Suite 200, Milwaukee, WI 53211-1662 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Safe Passages

Grantee: Safe Passages
Address: 250 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Suite 6306, Oakland, CA 94612-2035
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $895,950

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $895,950 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ca 250 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Suite 6306, Oakland, CA 94612-2035 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
National Urban League, Inc.

Grantee: National Urban League, Inc.
Address: 120 Wall Street, 8th Floor New York, NY 10005-3900
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $820,453

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $820,453 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ny 120 Wall Street, 8th Floor New York, NY 10005-3900 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona, Inc.

Grantee: Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona, Inc.
Address: 1940 E Silverlake, Suite 405, Tucson, AZ 85713
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,050,000

2015 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,050,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2015
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-az 1940 E Silverlake, Suite 405, Tucson, AZ 85713 2015 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Tampa Bay Academy of Hope

Grantee: Tampa Bay Academy of Hope
Address: 1702 North Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, FL 33605-4605
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-fl 1702 North Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, FL 33605-4605 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Pima Prevention Partnership

Grantee: Pima Prevention Partnership
Address: 924 North Alvernon Way Tuscon, AZ 85711-1066
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-az 924 North Alvernon Way Tuscon, AZ 85711-1066 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment

Grantee: St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment
Address: 1520 Market Street, St. Louis, MO 63103-2634
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $818,165

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $818,165 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-mo 1520 Market Street, St. Louis, MO 63103-2634 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Action for Boston Community Development Inc.

Grantee: Action for Boston Community Development Inc.
Address: 178 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02111-1006
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ma 178 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02111-1006 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Westcare Wisconsin, Inc.

Grantee: Westcare Wisconsin, Inc.
Address: 335 West Wright Street Milwaukee, WI 53212-2729
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-wi 335 West Wright Street Milwaukee, WI 53212-2729 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Connection Training Services

Grantee: Connection Training Services
Address: 2243 West Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19132-1420
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-pa 2243 West Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19132-1420 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Child & Family Services of Eastern VA d/b/a The Up Center

Grantee: Child & Family Services of Eastern VA d/b/a The Up Center
Address: 222 West 19th Street, Norfolk, VA 23517-2218
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $999,809

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $999,809 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-va 222 West 19th Street, Norfolk, VA 23517-2218 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Safe Passages

Grantee: Safe Passages
Address: 250 Frank H Ogawa Plaza, Suite 6306 Oakland , CA 94612
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $895,950

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $895,950 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ca 250 Frank H Ogawa Plaza, Suite 6306 Oakland , CA 94612 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Alternatives for Girls

Grantee: Alternatives for Girls
Address: 903 W. Grand Blvd Detroit, MI 48208-2365
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-mi 903 W. Grand Blvd Detroit, MI 48208-2365 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Kennedy Center of Louisiana

Grantee: Kennedy Center of Louisiana
Address: 6019 Fox Chase Trail, Shreveport, LA 71104
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $996,197

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $996,197 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-la 6019 Fox Chase Trail, Shreveport, LA 71104 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Colorado Judicial Department

Grantee: Colorado Judicial Department
Address: 1300 N. Broadway, Suite 1200 Denver, CO 80203
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $999,461

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $999,461 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-co 1300 N. Broadway, Suite 1200 Denver, CO 80203 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Human Resource Development Foundation, Inc.

Grantee: Human Resource Development Foundation, Inc.
Address: Douglas Center, 1448 10th Avenue, Box 10, Morgantown, WV 25701
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $999,996

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $999,996 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-wv Douglas Center, 1448 10th Avenue, Box 10, Morgantown, WV 25701 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
The Children's Cabinet

Grantee: The Children's Cabinet
Address: 1090 South Rock Blvd Reno, NV 89502-7176
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,500,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,500,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-nv 1090 South Rock Blvd Reno, NV 89502-7176 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
URBAN LEAGUE OF ESSEX COUNTY

Grantee: URBAN LEAGUE OF ESSEX COUNTY
Address: 508 CENTRAL AVENUE, NEWARK, NJ 07107-1430
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,211,538

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,211,538 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-nj 508 CENTRAL AVENUE, NEWARK, NJ 07107-1430 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Knoxville Leadership Foundation

Grantee: Knoxville Leadership Foundation
Address: 901 East Summit Hill Drive, Suite 300, Knoxville, TN 37915-1200
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-tn 901 East Summit Hill Drive, Suite 300, Knoxville, TN 37915-1200 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Spectrum Resources

Grantee: Spectrum Resources
Address: 100 East Euclid Ste 151, Des Moines, IA 50314
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,496,978

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,496,978 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ia 100 East Euclid Ste 151, Des Moines, IA 50314 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Siouxland Human Investment Partnership (SHIP)

Grantee: Siouxland Human Investment Partnership (SHIP)
Address: 1520 Morningside Avenue, Sioux City, IA 51106
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,049,998

2015 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,049,998 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2015
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ia 1520 Morningside Avenue, Sioux City, IA 51106 2015 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Youth Shelters and Family Services Inc.

Grantee: Youth Shelters and Family Services Inc.
Address: 5686 Agua Fria Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87507-9001
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,368,126

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,368,126 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-nm 5686 Agua Fria Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87507-9001 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Metro United Methodist Urban Ministry

Grantee: Metro United Methodist Urban Ministry
Address: 6154 Mission Gorge, Suite 104, San Diego, CA 92120-5304
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ca 6154 Mission Gorge, Suite 104, San Diego, CA 92120-5304 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Colorado Judicial Department

Grantee: Colorado Judicial Department
Address: 303 West Colfax, #1400, Denver, CO 80204
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $999,461

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $999,461 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-co 303 West Colfax, #1400, Denver, CO 80204 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Resource, Inc.

Grantee: Resource, Inc.
Address: 1900 Chicago Avenue, S. Minneapolis , MN 55404-1936
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,495,248

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,495,248 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-mn 1900 Chicago Avenue, S. Minneapolis , MN 55404-1936 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Safer Foundation

Grantee: Safer Foundation
Address: 571 W. Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, IL 60661-5706
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,000,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $5,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-il 571 W. Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, IL 60661-5706 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
AMIkids Inc.

Grantee: AMIkids Inc.
Address: 5915 Benjamin Center Drive, Tampa, FL 33634-5239
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,000,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $5,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-fl 5915 Benjamin Center Drive, Tampa, FL 33634-5239 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Workforce Investment Board of Herkimer Madison & Oneida County

Grantee: Workforce Investment Board of Herkimer Madison & Oneida County
Address: 209 Elizabeth Street, Utica, NY 13501-2230
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,500,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,500,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ny 209 Elizabeth Street, Utica, NY 13501-2230 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
RESOURCE Inc.

Grantee: RESOURCE Inc.
Address: 1900 Chicago Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55404-1936
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,495,248

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,495,248 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-mn 1900 Chicago Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55404-1936 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
CLIMB Community Development Corporation

Grantee: CLIMB Community Development Corporation
Address: 1223 30th Avenue, Suite A, Gulfport, MS 39501-1835
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $799,999

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $799,999 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ms 1223 30th Avenue, Suite A, Gulfport, MS 39501-1835 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Connection Training Services

Grantee: Connection Training Services
Address: 2243 West Allegheny Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132-1420
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,000,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $5,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-pa 2243 West Allegheny Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132-1420 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Total Action Against Poverty in Roanoke Valley, Inc.

Grantee: Total Action Against Poverty in Roanoke Valley, Inc.
Address: 302 Second Street SSW, Roanoke, VA 24011
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,050,000

2015 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,050,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2015
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-va 302 Second Street SSW, Roanoke, VA 24011 2015 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Westcare Illinois

Grantee: Westcare Illinois
Address: 1100 W. Cermak Chicago, IL 60608-4501
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,368,126

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,368,126 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-il 1100 W. Cermak Chicago, IL 60608-4501 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Oasis Center, Inc

Grantee: Oasis Center, Inc
Address: 1704 Charlotte Avenue, #200, Nashville, TN 92243
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,050,000

2015 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,050,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2015
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-tn 1704 Charlotte Avenue, #200, Nashville, TN 92243 2015 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Goodwill Industries of Houston, Inc.

Grantee: Goodwill Industries of Houston, Inc.
Address: 1140 West Loop North, Houston, TX 77055-7218
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $820,453

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $820,453 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-tx 1140 West Loop North, Houston, TX 77055-7218 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
National Urban League, Inc. (Serving Ohio)

Grantee: National Urban League, Inc. (Serving Ohio)
Address: 120 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005-3900
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $820,453

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $820,453 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ny 120 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005-3900 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Centro Community Hispanic Association Inc.

Grantee: Centro Community Hispanic Association Inc.
Address: 1900 Atlantic Ave., Long Beach, CA 90806-5545
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,500,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,500,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ca 1900 Atlantic Ave., Long Beach, CA 90806-5545 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio

Grantee: Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio
Address: 8225 Brecksville Road Suite 206, Brecksville, OH 44141-1389
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,365,483

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,365,483 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-oh 8225 Brecksville Road Suite 206, Brecksville, OH 44141-1389 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio

Grantee: Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio
Address: 1776 E. Broad St. Columbus , OH 43203
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,365,483

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,365,483 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-oh 1776 E. Broad St. Columbus , OH 43203 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters, Inc.

Grantee: Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters, Inc.
Address: 310 East 2nd, Wichita, KS 67202-2404
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $999,676

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $999,676 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ks 310 East 2nd, Wichita, KS 67202-2404 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
The Louisville/Jefferson County Metro Government

Grantee: The Louisville/Jefferson County Metro Government
Address: 410 West Chestnut Street, Suite 200 Louisville, KY 40202-2322
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,500,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,500,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ky 410 West Chestnut Street, Suite 200 Louisville, KY 40202-2322 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans

Grantee: Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans
Address: 4152 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70119-5941
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,477,317

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,477,317 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-la 4152 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70119-5941 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
The Dannon Project

Grantee: The Dannon Project
Address: 2324 5th Avenue North, Birmingham, AL 35203
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,050,000

2015 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,050,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2015
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-al 2324 5th Avenue North, Birmingham, AL 35203 2015 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Alternatives For Girls

Grantee: Alternatives For Girls
Address: 903 West Grand Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48208-2365
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-mi 903 West Grand Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48208-2365 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Volunteers of America Massachusetts, Inc.

Grantee: Volunteers of America Massachusetts, Inc.
Address: 441 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130-1831
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $820,453

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $820,453 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ma 441 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130-1831 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
King County Department of Community and Human Services

Grantee: King County Department of Community and Human Services
Address: 401 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104-2377
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,500,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,500,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-wa 401 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104-2377 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Dekalb County Government

Grantee: Dekalb County Government
Address: 1300 Commerce Drive Decatur, GA 30030
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $859,904

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $859,904 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ga 1300 Commerce Drive Decatur, GA 30030 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Full Employment Council, Inc.

Grantee: Full Employment Council, Inc.
Address: 1740 Paseo Boulevard, Kansas City, MO 64108-3711
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-mo 1740 Paseo Boulevard, Kansas City, MO 64108-3711 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment

Grantee: St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment
Address: 1520 Market Street St. Louis, MO 63103-2634
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $818,165

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $818,165 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-mo 1520 Market Street St. Louis, MO 63103-2634 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Louisville/Jefferson County Metro Government

Grantee: Louisville/Jefferson County Metro Government
Address: 410 West Chestnut Street, Louisville, KY 40202-2322
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,500,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,500,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ky 410 West Chestnut Street, Louisville, KY 40202-2322 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
WestCare Wisconsin, Inc.

Grantee: WestCare Wisconsin, Inc.
Address: 335 West Wright Street, Milwaukee, WI 53212-2729
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-wi 335 West Wright Street, Milwaukee, WI 53212-2729 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
First Coast Workforce Development, Inc.

Grantee: First Coast Workforce Development, Inc.
Address: 1845 Town Center Blvd, Suite 250, Fleming Island, FL 32003
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,050,000

2015 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,050,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2015
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-fl 1845 Town Center Blvd, Suite 250, Fleming Island, FL 32003 2015 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Pathways VA Inc.

Grantee: Pathways VA Inc.
Address: 1200 W. Washington Street Petersburg , VA 23803-3923
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,500,000

2014 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $1,500,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2014
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-va 1200 W. Washington Street Petersburg , VA 23803-3923 2014 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters, Inc.

Grantee: Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters, Inc.
Address: 310 E. 2nd Wichita, KS 67202-2404
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $999,676

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $999,676 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-ks 310 E. 2nd Wichita, KS 67202-2404 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
Comprehensive Community Solutions, Inc.

Grantee: Comprehensive Community Solutions, Inc.
Address: 917 South Main Street, Rockford, IL 61101-1416
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $959,896

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $959,896 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Year: 2013
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders

Program Description: The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders us-il 917 South Main Street, Rockford, IL 61101-1416 2013 The "Face Forward" grant program is intended to provide juvenile offenders with support services, training and skills development to help them obtain employment and overcome the stigma of a juvenile record. Grantees must collaborate with nonprofit legal services providers to assist in expunging the court records of juvenile offenders and/or provide diversion programs, as designated by the juvenile justice system.
National Urban League, Inc.

Grantee: National Urban League, Inc.
Address: 120 Wall Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10005
Agency:
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,000,000

2015 $5,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders Intermediaries

Year: 2015
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders Intermediaries

Program Description:

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders Intermediaries us-ny 120 Wall Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10005 2015
AMIkids, Inc.

Grantee: AMIkids, Inc.
Address: 5915 Benjamin Center Drive, Tampa, FL 33634
Agency:
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,000,000

2015 $5,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders Intermediaries

Year: 2015
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders Intermediaries

Program Description:

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders Intermediaries us-fl 5915 Benjamin Center Drive, Tampa, FL 33634 2015
East Harlem Employment Service, Inc.

Grantee: East Harlem Employment Service, Inc.
Address: 240 East 123rd Street, Third Floor, New York, NY 10035
Agency:
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,000,000

2015 $5,000,000 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders Intermediaries

Year: 2015
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders Intermediaries

Program Description:

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders Intermediaries us-ny 240 East 123rd Street, Third Floor, New York, NY 10035 2015
Institute for Educational Leadership, Inc.

Grantee: Institute for Educational Leadership, Inc.
Address: 4301 Connecticut Ave NW Suite 100, Washington, DC 20008
Agency:
Award Number:
Award Amount: $4,999,551

2015 $4,999,551 Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders Intermediaries

Year: 2015
Category: Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders Intermediaries

Program Description:

Face Forward - Serving Juvenile Offenders Intermediaries us-dc 4301 Connecticut Ave NW Suite 100, Washington, DC 20008 2015
Louisiana Department of Public Safety & Corrections

Grantee: Louisiana Department of Public Safety & Corrections
Address: 504 MAYFLOWER STREET, BATON ROUGE, LA 70802
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $214,478

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $214,478 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-la 504 MAYFLOWER STREET, BATON ROUGE, LA 70802 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges

Grantee: Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges
Address: P.O. BOX 42496 OLYMPIA, WA 98504
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $346,462

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $346,462 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-wa P.O. BOX 42496 OLYMPIA, WA 98504 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Delaware Department of Education

Grantee: Delaware Department of Education
Address: 401 Federal Street, Dover, DE 19904
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $65,086

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $65,086 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-de 401 Federal Street, Dover, DE 19904 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

Grantee: Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction
Address: 770 W. Broad Street Columbus, OH 43222
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $541,260

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $541,260 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-oh 770 W. Broad Street Columbus, OH 43222 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Hawaii Department of Public Safety

Grantee: Hawaii Department of Public Safety
Address: 919 ALA MOANA BLVD, Honolulu, HI 96814
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $11,367

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $11,367 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-hi 919 ALA MOANA BLVD, Honolulu, HI 96814 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Massachusetts Department of Correction

Grantee: Massachusetts Department of Correction
Address: P.O. BOX 71 FRAMINGHAM, MA 01704
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $147,442

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $147,442 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ma P.O. BOX 71 FRAMINGHAM, MA 01704 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation

Grantee: Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
Address: 1100 N. EUTAW ST., BALTIMORE, MD 21201
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $209,151

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $209,151 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-md 1100 N. EUTAW ST., BALTIMORE, MD 21201 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Minnesota Department of Corrections

Grantee: Minnesota Department of Corrections
Address: 1450 Energy Park Drive St. Paul, MN 55108
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $67,813

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $67,813 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-mn 1450 Energy Park Drive St. Paul, MN 55108 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
District of Columbia Executive Office of the Mayor

Grantee: District of Columbia Executive Office of the Mayor
Address: 441 4th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $57,948

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $57,948 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-dc 441 4th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Virginia Department of Correctional Education

Grantee: Virginia Department of Correctional Education
Address: 101 NORTH 14TH STREET RICHMOND, VA 23219
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $415,309

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $415,309 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-va 101 NORTH 14TH STREET RICHMOND, VA 23219 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

Grantee: Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction
Address: 770 W. Broad Street Columbus, OH 43222
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $349,772

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $349,772 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-oh 770 W. Broad Street Columbus, OH 43222 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Connecticut Department of Corrections

Grantee: Connecticut Department of Corrections
Address: 24 Wolcott Hill Road, Wethersfield, CT 06109
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $199,404

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $199,404 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ct 24 Wolcott Hill Road, Wethersfield, CT 06109 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Texas Windham School District

Grantee: Texas Windham School District
Address: P.O. BOX 40 HUNTSVILLE, TX 77342
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,165,217

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $1,165,217 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-tx P.O. BOX 40 HUNTSVILLE, TX 77342 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Georgia Department of Corrections

Grantee: Georgia Department of Corrections
Address: #2 MLK JR. DRIVE, ATLANTA, GA 30334
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $429,738

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $429,738 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ga #2 MLK JR. DRIVE, ATLANTA, GA 30334 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Wisconsin Department of Corrections

Grantee: Wisconsin Department of Corrections
Address: P.O. BOX 7925 MADISON, WI 53704
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $274,007

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $274,007 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-wi P.O. BOX 7925 MADISON, WI 53704 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Alaska Department of Corrections

Grantee: Alaska Department of Corrections
Address: 550 W. 7th Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $23,650

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $23,650 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ak 550 W. 7th Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
New York State Department of Correctional Services

Grantee: New York State Department of Correctional Services
Address: 1220 WASHINGTON AVENUE ALBANY, NY 12226
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $951,119

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $951,119 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ny 1220 WASHINGTON AVENUE ALBANY, NY 12226 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Utah Office of Education

Grantee: Utah Office of Education
Address: 250 EAST 500 SOUTH SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84114
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $97,936

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $97,936 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ut 250 EAST 500 SOUTH SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84114 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Kentucky Department of Corrections

Grantee: Kentucky Department of Corrections
Address: P.O. BOX 2400 FRANKFORT, KY 40602
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $269,786

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $269,786 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ky P.O. BOX 2400 FRANKFORT, KY 40602 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
North Carolina Department of Corrections

Grantee: North Carolina Department of Corrections
Address: 831 WEST MORGAN STREET RALEIGH, NC 27699
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $255,600

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $255,600 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-nc 831 WEST MORGAN STREET RALEIGH, NC 27699 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
California Department of Corrections

Grantee: California Department of Corrections
Address: 1515 S Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $905,145

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $905,145 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ca 1515 S Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Nevada Department of Corrections

Grantee: Nevada Department of Corrections
Address: PO BOX 7011 CARSON CITY, NV 89702
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $173,768

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $173,768 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-nv PO BOX 7011 CARSON CITY, NV 89702 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
J F Ingram State Technical College

Grantee: J F Ingram State Technical College
Address: 5375 INGRAM ROAD, DEATSVILLE, AL 36022
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $309,774

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $309,774 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-al 5375 INGRAM ROAD, DEATSVILLE, AL 36022 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Illinois Department of Corrections

Grantee: Illinois Department of Corrections
Address: PO BOX 500, RTE 5 NORTH, VANDALIA, IL 62471
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $346,001

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $346,001 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-il PO BOX 500, RTE 5 NORTH, VANDALIA, IL 62471 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Michigan Department of Corrections

Grantee: Michigan Department of Corrections
Address: 206 EAST MICHIGAN AVENUE LANSING, MI 48909
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $183,612

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $183,612 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-mi 206 EAST MICHIGAN AVENUE LANSING, MI 48909 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
South Dakota Department of Corrections

Grantee: South Dakota Department of Corrections
Address: 500 East Capitol Avenue Pierre, SD 57501
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $90,108

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $90,108 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-sd 500 East Capitol Avenue Pierre, SD 57501 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Rhode Island Department of Corrections

Grantee: Rhode Island Department of Corrections
Address: 40 HOWARD AVENUE CRANSTON, RI 02920
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $35,460

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $35,460 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ri 40 HOWARD AVENUE CRANSTON, RI 02920 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Wyoming Department of Corrections

Grantee: Wyoming Department of Corrections
Address: 1934 WYOTT ST. CHEYENNE, WY 82002
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $46,359

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $46,359 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-wy 1934 WYOTT ST. CHEYENNE, WY 82002 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
South Carolina Department of Corrections

Grantee: South Carolina Department of Corrections
Address: P.O. BOX 21787 COLUMBIA, SC 29221
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $370,101

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $370,101 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-sc P.O. BOX 21787 COLUMBIA, SC 29221 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Kentucky Department of Corrections

Grantee: Kentucky Department of Corrections
Address: P.O. BOX 2400 FRANKFORT, KY 40602
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $218,952

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $218,952 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ky P.O. BOX 2400 FRANKFORT, KY 40602 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Montana Department of Corrections

Grantee: Montana Department of Corrections
Address: 350 CONLEY LAKE ROAD PEER LODGE, MT 59722
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $25,465

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $25,465 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-mt 350 CONLEY LAKE ROAD PEER LODGE, MT 59722 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Maine Department of Corrections

Grantee: Maine Department of Corrections
Address: STATE HOUSE STATION 111 AUGUSTA, ME 04333
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $21,262

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $21,262 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-me STATE HOUSE STATION 111 AUGUSTA, ME 04333 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
North Dakota Department of Corrections

Grantee: North Dakota Department of Corrections
Address: 3100 RAILROAD AVENUE BISMARK, ND 58505
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $7,266

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $7,266 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-nd 3100 RAILROAD AVENUE BISMARK, ND 58505 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Tennessee Department of Corrections

Grantee: Tennessee Department of Corrections
Address: 320 6TH AVENUE NORTH NASHVILLE, TN 37234
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $236,475

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $236,475 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-tn 320 6TH AVENUE NORTH NASHVILLE, TN 37234 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Oklahoma Department of Corrections

Grantee: Oklahoma Department of Corrections
Address: 440 HOUSTON SUITE 402 OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73136
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $381,845

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $381,845 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ok 440 HOUSTON SUITE 402 OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73136 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Oregon Department of Corrections

Grantee: Oregon Department of Corrections
Address: 1793 13TH ST., SE SALEM, OR 97302
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $241,310

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $241,310 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-or 1793 13TH ST., SE SALEM, OR 97302 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Mississippi Department of Education

Grantee: Mississippi Department of Education
Address: P.O. BOX 771, JACKSON, MS 39205
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $225,499

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $225,499 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ms P.O. BOX 771, JACKSON, MS 39205 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Massachusetts Department of Correction

Grantee: Massachusetts Department of Correction
Address: P.O. BOX 71 FRAMINGHAM, MA 01704
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $54,892

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $54,892 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ma P.O. BOX 71 FRAMINGHAM, MA 01704 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation

Grantee: Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
Address: 1100 N. EUTAW ST., BALTIMORE, MD 21201
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $84,305

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $84,305 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-md 1100 N. EUTAW ST., BALTIMORE, MD 21201 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
New Mexico Department of Corrections

Grantee: New Mexico Department of Corrections
Address: 4101 PAN AMERICAN FREEWAY ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87101
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $82,125

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $82,125 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-nm 4101 PAN AMERICAN FREEWAY ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87101 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Michigan Department of Corrections

Grantee: Michigan Department of Corrections
Address: 206 EAST MICHIGAN AVENUE LANSING, MI 48909
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $509,331

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $509,331 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-mi 206 EAST MICHIGAN AVENUE LANSING, MI 48909 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Kansas Department of Corrections

Grantee: Kansas Department of Corrections
Address: 900 SW Jackson Topeka, KS 66612
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $133,780

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $133,780 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ks 900 SW Jackson Topeka, KS 66612 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Iowa Department of Corrections

Grantee: Iowa Department of Corrections
Address: 1550 L STREET FORT DODGE, IA 50501
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $170,391

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $170,391 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ia 1550 L STREET FORT DODGE, IA 50501 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Puerto Rico Department of Education

Grantee: Puerto Rico Department of Education
Address: P.O. BOX 190759 SAN JUAN, PR 00919
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $119,416

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $119,416 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals pr-3614 P.O. BOX 190759 SAN JUAN, PR 00919 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Delaware Department of Education

Grantee: Delaware Department of Education
Address: 401 Federal Street, Dover, DE 19904
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $23,178

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $23,178 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-de 401 Federal Street, Dover, DE 19904 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Nebraska Department of Correctional Services

Grantee: Nebraska Department of Correctional Services
Address: FOLSOM & WEST PROSPECTOR LINCOLN, NE 68509
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $59,944

2011 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $59,944 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2011
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ne FOLSOM & WEST PROSPECTOR LINCOLN, NE 68509 2011 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Puerto Rico Department of Education

Grantee: Puerto Rico Department of Education
Address: P.O. BOX 190759 SAN JUAN, PR 00919
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $24,714

2011 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $24,714 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2011
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals pr-3614 P.O. BOX 190759 SAN JUAN, PR 00919 2011 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Hawaii Department of Public Safety

Grantee: Hawaii Department of Public Safety
Address: 919 ALA MOANA BLVD, Honolulu, HI 96814
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $56,336

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $56,336 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-hi 919 ALA MOANA BLVD, Honolulu, HI 96814 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Indiana Department of Corrections

Grantee: Indiana Department of Corrections
Address: 302 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $221,145

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $221,145 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-in 302 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Missouri Department of Corrections

Grantee: Missouri Department of Corrections
Address: 2729 PLAZA DRIVE JEFFERSON CITY, MO 65102
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $445,242

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $445,242 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-mo 2729 PLAZA DRIVE JEFFERSON CITY, MO 65102 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Nebraska Department of Correctional Services

Grantee: Nebraska Department of Correctional Services
Address: FOLSOM & WEST PROSPECTOR, LINCOLN, NE 68509
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $29,665

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $29,665 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ne FOLSOM & WEST PROSPECTOR, LINCOLN, NE 68509 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Nevada Department of Corrections

Grantee: Nevada Department of Corrections
Address: PO BOX 7011 CARSON CITY, NV 89702
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $56,664

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $56,664 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-nv PO BOX 7011 CARSON CITY, NV 89702 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Alaska Department of Corrections

Grantee: Alaska Department of Corrections
Address: 550 W. 7th Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $68,156

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $68,156 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ak 550 W. 7th Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
South Dakota Department of Corrections

Grantee: South Dakota Department of Corrections
Address: 500 East Capitol Avenue Pierre, SD 57501
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $20,668

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $20,668 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-sd 500 East Capitol Avenue Pierre, SD 57501 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Wisconsin Department of Corrections

Grantee: Wisconsin Department of Corrections
Address: P.O. BOX 7925 MADISON, WI 53704
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $121,445

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $121,445 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-wi P.O. BOX 7925 MADISON, WI 53704 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Connecticut Department of Corrections

Grantee: Connecticut Department of Corrections
Address: 24 Wolcott Hill Road, Wethersfield, CT 06109
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $84,148

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $84,148 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ct 24 Wolcott Hill Road, Wethersfield, CT 06109 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
J F Ingram State Technical College

Grantee: J F Ingram State Technical College
Address: 5375 INGRAM ROAD, DEATSVILLE, AL 36022
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $160,283

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $160,283 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-al 5375 INGRAM ROAD, DEATSVILLE, AL 36022 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Illinois Department of Corrections

Grantee: Illinois Department of Corrections
Address: PO BOX 500, RTE 5 NORTH, VANDALIA, IL 62471
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $354,473

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $354,473 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-il PO BOX 500, RTE 5 NORTH, VANDALIA, IL 62471 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Idaho Department of Corrections

Grantee: Idaho Department of Corrections
Address: 1299 N ORCHARD, BOISE, ID 83720
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $146,137

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $146,137 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-id 1299 N ORCHARD, BOISE, ID 83720 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Texas Windham School District

Grantee: Texas Windham School District
Address: P.O. BOX 40 HUNTSVILLE, TX 77342
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $2,113,155

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $2,113,155 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-tx P.O. BOX 40 HUNTSVILLE, TX 77342 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
New York State Department of Correctional Services

Grantee: New York State Department of Correctional Services
Address: 1220 WASHINGTON AVENUE ALBANY, NY 12226
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $317,265

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $317,265 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ny 1220 WASHINGTON AVENUE ALBANY, NY 12226 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Georgia Department of Corrections

Grantee: Georgia Department of Corrections
Address: #2 MLK JR. DRIVE, ATLANTA, GA 30334
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $393,355

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $393,355 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ga #2 MLK JR. DRIVE, ATLANTA, GA 30334 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges

Grantee: Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges
Address: P.O. BOX 42496 OLYMPIA, WA 98504
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $115,618

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $115,618 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-wa P.O. BOX 42496 OLYMPIA, WA 98504 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Utah Office of Education

Grantee: Utah Office of Education
Address: 250 EAST 500 SOUTH SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84114
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $50,481

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $50,481 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ut 250 EAST 500 SOUTH SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84114 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Kansas Department of Corrections

Grantee: Kansas Department of Corrections
Address: 900 SW Jackson Topeka, KS 66612
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $49,666

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $49,666 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ks 900 SW Jackson Topeka, KS 66612 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
California Department of Corrections

Grantee: California Department of Corrections
Address: 1515 S Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $909,535

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $909,535 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ca 1515 S Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
North Carolina Department of Corrections

Grantee: North Carolina Department of Corrections
Address: 831 WEST MORGAN STREET RALEIGH, NC 27699
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $603,430

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $603,430 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-nc 831 WEST MORGAN STREET RALEIGH, NC 27699 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Tennessee Department of Corrections

Grantee: Tennessee Department of Corrections
Address: 320 6TH AVENUE NORTH NASHVILLE, TN 37234
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $126,801

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $126,801 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-tn 320 6TH AVENUE NORTH NASHVILLE, TN 37234 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
South Carolina Department of Corrections

Grantee: South Carolina Department of Corrections
Address: P.O. BOX 21787 COLUMBIA, SC 29221
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $132,593

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $132,593 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-sc P.O. BOX 21787 COLUMBIA, SC 29221 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Wyoming Department of Corrections

Grantee: Wyoming Department of Corrections
Address: 700 WEST 21ST STREET CHEYENNE, WY 82002
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $12,060

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $12,060 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-wy 700 WEST 21ST STREET CHEYENNE, WY 82002 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Maine Department of Corrections

Grantee: Maine Department of Corrections
Address: STATE HOUSE STATION 111 AUGUSTA, ME 04333
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $26,556

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $26,556 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-me STATE HOUSE STATION 111 AUGUSTA, ME 04333 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
New Jersey Department of Corrections

Grantee: New Jersey Department of Corrections
Address: P.O. Box 863 Whittlesey Road Trenton, NJ 08625
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $383,533

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $383,533 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-nj P.O. Box 863 Whittlesey Road Trenton, NJ 08625 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
North Dakota Department of Corrections

Grantee: North Dakota Department of Corrections
Address: 3100 RAILROAD AVENUE BISMARK, ND 58505
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $36,151

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $36,151 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-nd 3100 RAILROAD AVENUE BISMARK, ND 58505 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Oklahoma Department of Corrections

Grantee: Oklahoma Department of Corrections
Address: 440 HOUSTON SUITE 402 OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73136
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $227,840

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $227,840 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ok 440 HOUSTON SUITE 402 OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73136 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Florida Department of Corrections

Grantee: Florida Department of Corrections
Address: 2601 BLAIR STONE ROAD, Tallahassee, FL 32399
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $1,091,193

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $1,091,193 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-fl 2601 BLAIR STONE ROAD, Tallahassee, FL 32399 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Rhode Island Department of Corrections

Grantee: Rhode Island Department of Corrections
Address: 40 HOWARD AVENUE CRANSTON, RI 02920
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $27,451

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $27,451 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ri 40 HOWARD AVENUE CRANSTON, RI 02920 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Idaho Department of Corrections

Grantee: Idaho Department of Corrections
Address: 1299 N ORCHARD, BOISE, ID 83720
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $44,295

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $44,295 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-id 1299 N ORCHARD, BOISE, ID 83720 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Mississippi Department of Education

Grantee: Mississippi Department of Education
Address: P.O. BOX 771, JACKSON, MS 39205
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $100,908

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $100,908 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ms P.O. BOX 771, JACKSON, MS 39205 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Arizona Department of Corrections

Grantee: Arizona Department of Corrections
Address: 3700 W Cambridge Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85009
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $677,112

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $677,112 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-az 3700 W Cambridge Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85009 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Riverside Vocational Technical School

Grantee: Riverside Vocational Technical School
Address: P.O. BOX 1179 PINE BLUFF, AR 71613
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $378,928

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $378,928 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ar P.O. BOX 1179 PINE BLUFF, AR 71613 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Florida Department of Corrections

Grantee: Florida Department of Corrections
Address: 2601 BLAIR STONE ROAD, Tallahassee, FL 32399
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $590,481

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $590,481 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-fl 2601 BLAIR STONE ROAD, Tallahassee, FL 32399 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Pennsylvania Department of Corrections

Grantee: Pennsylvania Department of Corrections
Address: 75 UTLEY DRIVE CAMP HILL, PA 17011
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $717,561

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $717,561 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-pa 75 UTLEY DRIVE CAMP HILL, PA 17011 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Colorado Department of Corrections

Grantee: Colorado Department of Corrections
Address: 2862 South Circle Drive , Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $481,623

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $481,623 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-co 2862 South Circle Drive , Colorado Springs, CO 80906 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
West Virginia Department of Education

Grantee: West Virginia Department of Education
Address: 1900 KANAWHA BLVD E CHARLESTON, WV 25071
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $143,604

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $143,604 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-wv 1900 KANAWHA BLVD E CHARLESTON, WV 25071 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Arizona Department of Corrections

Grantee: Arizona Department of Corrections
Address: 3700 W Cambridge Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85009
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $379,563

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $379,563 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-az 3700 W Cambridge Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85009 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Pennsylvania Department of Corrections

Grantee: Pennsylvania Department of Corrections
Address: 75 UTLEY DRIVE CAMP HILL, PA 17011
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $319,803

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $319,803 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-pa 75 UTLEY DRIVE CAMP HILL, PA 17011 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Indiana Department of Corrections

Grantee: Indiana Department of Corrections
Address: 302 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $491,141

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $491,141 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-in 302 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
New Jersey Department of Corrections

Grantee: New Jersey Department of Corrections
Address: P.O. Box 863 Whittlesey Road Trenton, NJ 08625
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $169,720

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $169,720 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-nj P.O. Box 863 Whittlesey Road Trenton, NJ 08625 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Riverside Vocational Technical School

Grantee: Riverside Vocational Technical School
Address: P.O. BOX 1179 PINE BLUFF, AR 71613
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $57,570

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $57,570 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ar P.O. BOX 1179 PINE BLUFF, AR 71613 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Missouri Department of Corrections

Grantee: Missouri Department of Corrections
Address: 2729 PLAZA DRIVE JEFFERSON CITY, MO 65102
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $176,225

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $176,225 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-mo 2729 PLAZA DRIVE JEFFERSON CITY, MO 65102 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
West Virginia Department of Education

Grantee: West Virginia Department of Education
Address: 1900 KANAWHA BLVD E CHARLESTON, WV 25071
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $37,973

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $37,973 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-wv 1900 KANAWHA BLVD E CHARLESTON, WV 25071 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
New Mexico Department of Corrections

Grantee: New Mexico Department of Corrections
Address: 4101 PAN AMERICAN FREEWAY ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87101
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $45,942

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $45,942 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-nm 4101 PAN AMERICAN FREEWAY ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87101 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
District of Columbia Executive Office of the Mayor

Grantee: District of Columbia Executive Office of the Mayor
Address: 441 4TH STREET, NW, Washington, DC 20001
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $24,278

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $24,278 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-dc 441 4TH STREET, NW, Washington, DC 20001 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Oregon Department of Corrections

Grantee: Oregon Department of Corrections
Address: 1793 13TH ST., SE SALEM, OR 97302
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $159,970

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $159,970 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-or 1793 13TH ST., SE SALEM, OR 97302 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Iowa Department of Corrections

Grantee: Iowa Department of Corrections
Address: 1550 L STREET FORT DODGE, IA 50501
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $28,777

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $28,777 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-ia 1550 L STREET FORT DODGE, IA 50501 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Colorado Department of Corrections

Grantee: Colorado Department of Corrections
Address: 2862 South Circle Drive , Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $128,316

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $128,316 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-co 2862 South Circle Drive , Colorado Springs, CO 80906 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Louisiana Department of Public Safety & Corrections

Grantee: Louisiana Department of Public Safety & Corrections
Address: 504 MAYFLOWER STREET, BATON ROUGE, LA 70802
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $763,075

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $763,075 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-la 504 MAYFLOWER STREET, BATON ROUGE, LA 70802 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Virginia Department of Correctional Education

Grantee: Virginia Department of Correctional Education
Address: 101 NORTH 14TH STREET RICHMOND, VA 23219
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $146,047

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $146,047 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-va 101 NORTH 14TH STREET RICHMOND, VA 23219 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Minnesota Department of Corrections

Grantee: Minnesota Department of Corrections
Address: 1450 Energy Park Drive St. Paul, MN 55108
Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education
Award Number:
Award Amount: $216,289

2010 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education $216,289 Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Year: 2010
Category: Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals

Program Description: This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.

Grants to States for Workplace and Community Transition Training for Incarcerated Individuals us-mn 1450 Energy Park Drive St. Paul, MN 55108 2010 This program provides grants to state correctional education agencies to assist and encourage incarcerated youths to acquire functional literacy, life, and job skills through the pursuit of postsecondary education certificates, associate of arts degrees, and bachelor's degrees. They also may receive employment counseling and other related services that start during incarceration and continue through pre-release and while on parole.
Vera Institute of Justice

Grantee: Vera Institute of Justice
Address: 233 Broadway - 12th Floor, New York, NY 10279
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $5,000,000 Intermediary Organizations Serving Juvenile Offenders in High-Poverty, High-Crime Communities

Year: 2013
Category: Intermediary Organizations Serving Juvenile Offenders in High-Poverty, High-Crime Communities

Program Description: This grant program provided four intermediary grants to nonprofit organizations to operate multi-site projects to serve juvenile offenders and in-school youth at-risk of offending, ages 14 and above, in high-poverty, high-crime communities. Each grantee was required to competitively select at least three sub-grantees in at least two states to provide direct services to eligible participants.

Intermediary Organizations Serving Juvenile Offenders in High-Poverty, High-Crime Communities us-ny 233 Broadway - 12th Floor, New York, NY 10279 2013 This grant program provided four intermediary grants to nonprofit organizations to operate multi-site projects to serve juvenile offenders and in-school youth at-risk of offending, ages 14 and above, in high-poverty, high-crime communities. Each grantee was required to competitively select at least three sub-grantees in at least two states to provide direct services to eligible participants.
Institute for Educational Leadership, Inc.

Grantee: Institute for Educational Leadership, Inc.
Address: 4301 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $4,999,937

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $4,999,937 Intermediary Organizations Serving Juvenile Offenders in High-Poverty, High-Crime Communities

Year: 2013
Category: Intermediary Organizations Serving Juvenile Offenders in High-Poverty, High-Crime Communities

Program Description: This grant program provided four intermediary grants to nonprofit organizations to operate multi-site projects to serve juvenile offenders and in-school youth at-risk of offending, ages 14 and above, in high-poverty, high-crime communities. Each grantee was required to competitively select at least three sub-grantees in at least two states to provide direct services to eligible participants.

Intermediary Organizations Serving Juvenile Offenders in High-Poverty, High-Crime Communities us-dc 4301 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008 2013 This grant program provided four intermediary grants to nonprofit organizations to operate multi-site projects to serve juvenile offenders and in-school youth at-risk of offending, ages 14 and above, in high-poverty, high-crime communities. Each grantee was required to competitively select at least three sub-grantees in at least two states to provide direct services to eligible participants.
Metro United Methodist Urban Ministry

Grantee: Metro United Methodist Urban Ministry
Address: 6154 Mission Gorge, Suite 104, San Diego, CA 92120-5304
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $5,000,000 Intermediary Organizations Serving Juvenile Offenders in High-Poverty, High-Crime Communities

Year: 2013
Category: Intermediary Organizations Serving Juvenile Offenders in High-Poverty, High-Crime Communities

Program Description: This grant program provided four intermediary grants to nonprofit organizations to operate multi-site projects to serve juvenile offenders and in-school youth at-risk of offending, ages 14 and above, in high-poverty, high-crime communities. Each grantee was required to competitively select at least three sub-grantees in at least two states to provide direct services to eligible participants.

Intermediary Organizations Serving Juvenile Offenders in High-Poverty, High-Crime Communities us-ca 6154 Mission Gorge, Suite 104, San Diego, CA 92120-5304 2013 This grant program provided four intermediary grants to nonprofit organizations to operate multi-site projects to serve juvenile offenders and in-school youth at-risk of offending, ages 14 and above, in high-poverty, high-crime communities. Each grantee was required to competitively select at least three sub-grantees in at least two states to provide direct services to eligible participants.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America

Grantee: Big Brothers Big Sisters of America
Address: 230 North 13th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Award Number:
Award Amount: $5,000,000

2013 U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration $5,000,000 Intermediary Organizations Serving Juvenile Offenders in High-Poverty, High-Crime Communities

Year: 2013
Category: Intermediary Organizations Serving Juvenile Offenders in High-Poverty, High-Crime Communities

Program Description: This grant program provided four intermediary grants to nonprofit organizations to operate multi-site projects to serve juvenile offenders and in-school youth at-risk of offending, ages 14 and above, in high-poverty, high-crime communities. Each grantee was required to competitively select at least three sub-grantees in at least two states to provide direct services to eligible participants.

Intermediary Organizations Serving Juvenile Offenders in High-Poverty, High-Crime Communities us-pa 230 North 13th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107 2013 This grant program provided four intermediary grants to nonprofit organizations to operate multi-site projects to serve juvenile offenders and in-school youth at-risk of offending, ages 14 and above, in high-poverty, high-crime communities. Each grantee was required to competitively select at least three sub-grantees in at least two states to provide direct services to eligible participants.
Texas

Grantee: Texas
Address: Austin, TX
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
Award Number:
Award Amount:

U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Year:
Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-tx Austin, TX Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
Idaho

Grantee: Idaho
Address: Boise, ID
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
Award Number:
Award Amount:

U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Year:
Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-id Boise, ID Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
Michigan

Grantee: Michigan
Address: Lansing, MI
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
Award Number:
Award Amount:

U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Year:
Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-mi Lansing, MI Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
New Hampshire

Grantee: New Hampshire
Address: Concord, NH
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
Award Number:
Award Amount:

U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Year:
Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-nh Concord, NH Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
Kansas

Grantee: Kansas
Address: Topeka, KS
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
Award Number:
Award Amount:

U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Year:
Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-ks Topeka, KS Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
Pennsylvania

Grantee: Pennsylvania
Address: Harrisburg, PA
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
Award Number:
Award Amount:

U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Year:
Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-pa Harrisburg, PA Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
West Virginia

Grantee: West Virginia
Address: Charleston, WV
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
Award Number:
Award Amount:

U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Year:
Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-wv Charleston, WV Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
Ohio

Grantee: Ohio
Address: Columbus, OH
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
Award Number:
Award Amount:

U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Year:
Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-oh Columbus, OH Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
Indiana

Grantee: Indiana
Address: Indianapolis, IN
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
Award Number:
Award Amount:

U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Year:
Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-in Indianapolis, IN Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
Vermont

Grantee: Vermont
Address: Montpelier, VT
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
Award Number:
Award Amount:

U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Year:
Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-vt Montpelier, VT Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
Hawaii

Grantee: Hawaii
Address: Honolulu, HI
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
Award Number:
Award Amount:

U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

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Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-hi Honolulu, HI Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
Nevada

Grantee: Nevada
Address: Carson City, NV
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
Award Number:
Award Amount:

U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

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Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-nv Carson City, NV Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
Wisconsin

Grantee: Wisconsin
Address: Madison, WI
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
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U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

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Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-wi Madison, WI Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
Rhode Island

Grantee: Rhode Island
Address: Providence, RI
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
Award Number:
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U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Year:
Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-ri Providence, RI Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
Oklahoma

Grantee: Oklahoma
Address: Oklahoma City, OK
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
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U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

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Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-ok Oklahoma City, OK Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
North Carolina

Grantee: North Carolina
Address: Raleigh, NC
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
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Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-nc Raleigh, NC Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
Connecticut

Grantee: Connecticut
Address: Hartford, CT
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
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U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

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Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-ct Hartford, CT Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
Arizona

Grantee: Arizona
Address: Phoenix, AZ
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice
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U.S. Department of Justice Justice Reinvestment Initiative

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Category: Justice Reinvestment Initiative

Program Description: Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.

Justice Reinvestment Initiative us-az Phoenix, AZ Justice reinvestment is a data-driven approach to improve public safety, reduce corrections and related criminal justice spending, and reinvest savings in strategies that can decrease crime and strengthen neighborhoods.The purpose of justice reinvestment is to manage and allocate criminal justice populations more cost-effectively, generating savings that can be reinvested in evidence-based strategies that increase public safety while holding offenders accountable. States and localities engaging in justice reinvestment collect and analyze data on drivers of criminal justice populations and costs, identify and implement changes to increase efficiencies, and measure both the fiscal and public safety impacts of those changes.
Chesterfield County Mental Health Support Services

Grantee: Chesterfield County Mental Health Support Services
Address: 6801 Lucy Corr Blvd, Chesterfield, VA 23832
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2014-MO-BX-0035
Award Amount: $139,656

2014 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $139,656 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2014
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-va 6801 Lucy Corr Blvd, Chesterfield, VA 23832 2014 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Connecticut Department of Corrections

Grantee: Connecticut Department of Corrections
Address: 24 Wolcott Hill Road Wethersfield, CT 06109
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2008-MO-BX-0007
Award Amount: $250,000

2008 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2008
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ct 24 Wolcott Hill Road Wethersfield, CT 06109 2008 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Idaho Supreme Court

Grantee: Idaho Supreme Court
Address: 452 West State Street Boise, ID 83702
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2009-MO-BX-0044
Award Amount: $250,000

2009 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2009
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-id 452 West State Street Boise, ID 83702 2009 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Southwest Behavioral Health Center

Grantee: Southwest Behavioral Health Center
Address: 474 W. 200 N., St. George, UT 84770
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2012-MO-BX-0034
Award Amount: $250,000

2012 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2012
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ut 474 W. 200 N., St. George, UT 84770 2012 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Seminole County

Grantee: Seminole County
Address: 1101 East First Street, Sanford, FL 32771
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2011-MO-BX-0010
Award Amount: $249,924

2011 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $249,924 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2011
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-fl 1101 East First Street, Sanford, FL 32771 2011 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
State of Ohio

Grantee: State of Ohio
Address: Columbus, OH
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2010-MO-BX-0058
Award Amount: $244,378

2010 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $244,378 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2010
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-oh Columbus, OH 2010 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Johnson County

Grantee: Johnson County
Address: 913 South Dubuque Street Iowa City, IA 52240
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2010-MO-BX-0035
Award Amount: $36,709

2010 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $36,709 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2010
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ia 913 South Dubuque Street Iowa City, IA 52240 2010 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Maine Judicial Branch

Grantee: Maine Judicial Branch
Address: 205 Newbury Street, Room 139 Portland, ME 04101
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2011-MO-BX-0028
Award Amount: $49,963

2011 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $49,963 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2011
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-me 205 Newbury Street, Room 139 Portland, ME 04101 2011 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
City of Durham

Grantee: City of Durham
Address: 101 City Hall Plaza, Durham, NC 27701
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2010-MO-BX-0023
Award Amount: $250,000

2010 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2010
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-nc 101 City Hall Plaza, Durham, NC 27701 2010 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Mariposa County

Grantee: Mariposa County
Address: 5100 Bullion St. Mariposa, CA 95338
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2010-MO-BX-0042
Award Amount: $50,000

2010 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $50,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2010
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ca 5100 Bullion St. Mariposa, CA 95338 2010 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Josephine County

Grantee: Josephine County
Address: 500 NW 6th Street Dept. 6 Grants Pass, OR 97526
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2007-MO-BX-0019
Award Amount: $50,000

2007 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $50,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2007
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-or 500 NW 6th Street Dept. 6 Grants Pass, OR 97526 2007 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Chatham County

Grantee: Chatham County
Address: Savannah, GA 31401
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2009-MO-BX-0020
Award Amount: $199,813

2009 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $199,813 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2009
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ga Savannah, GA 31401 2009 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Winnebago County

Grantee: Winnebago County
Address: 404 Elm Street Rockford, IL 61101
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2011-MO-BX-0003
Award Amount: $250,000

2011 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2011
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-il 404 Elm Street Rockford, IL 61101 2011 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Norfolk Community Services Board

Grantee: Norfolk Community Services Board
Address: 7460 Tidewater Dr Norfolk, VA 23505
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2011-MO-BX-0031
Award Amount: $50,000

2011 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $50,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2011
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-va 7460 Tidewater Dr Norfolk, VA 23505 2011 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Kentucky Administrative Office of the Court

Grantee: Kentucky Administrative Office of the Court
Address: 100 Millcreek Park Frankfort, KY 40601
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2009-MO-BX-0030
Award Amount: $249,932

2009 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $249,932 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2009
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ky 100 Millcreek Park Frankfort, KY 40601 2009 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Albany Area Community Service Board

Grantee: Albany Area Community Service Board
Address: 601 11th Ave Albany, GA 31701
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2008-MO-BX-0019
Award Amount: $199,497

2008 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $199,497 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2008
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ga 601 11th Ave Albany, GA 31701 2008 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Oregon Criminal Justice Commission

Grantee: Oregon Criminal Justice Commission
Address: 885 Summer St NE Salem, OR 97301
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2009-MO-BX-0036
Award Amount: $250,000

2009 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2009
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-or 885 Summer St NE Salem, OR 97301 2009 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
City of Philadelphia - Police Department

Grantee: City of Philadelphia - Police Department
Address: 8501 State Rd Philadelphia, PA 19136
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2006-MO-BX-0023
Award Amount: $200,000

2006 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $200,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2006
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-pa 8501 State Rd Philadelphia, PA 19136 2006 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Lane County Sheriff's Office

Grantee: Lane County Sheriff's Office
Address: 125 E 8th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2014-MO-BX-0044
Award Amount: $249,762

2014 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $249,762 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2014
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-or 125 E 8th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401 2014 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Johnson County Mental Health Center

Grantee: Johnson County Mental Health Center
Address: 6440 Nieman Road , Shawnee, KS 66203-3326
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2013-MO-BX-0010
Award Amount: $174,989

2013 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $174,989 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2013
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ks 6440 Nieman Road , Shawnee, KS 66203-3326 2013 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
City of San Marcos

Grantee: City of San Marcos
Address: 630 E Hopkins St, San Marcos, TX 78666
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2014-MO-BX-0036
Award Amount: $200,000

2014 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $200,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2014
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-tx 630 E Hopkins St, San Marcos, TX 78666 2014 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Jasper County

Grantee: Jasper County
Address: 302 South Main Street Carthage, MO 64836
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2009-MO-BX-0010
Award Amount: $250,000

2009 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2009
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-mo 302 South Main Street Carthage, MO 64836 2009 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Tulsa County

Grantee: Tulsa County
Address: 500 S Denver Ave Tulsa, OK 74103
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2011-MO-BX-0039
Award Amount: $200,000

2011 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $200,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2011
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ok 500 S Denver Ave Tulsa, OK 74103 2011 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Unified Government of Athens-Clarke

Grantee: Unified Government of Athens-Clarke
Address: 301 College Ave Athens, GA 30603
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2007-MO-BX-0002
Award Amount: $45,524

2007 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $45,524 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2007
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ga 301 College Ave Athens, GA 30603 2007 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority

Grantee: Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority
Address: 3616 S. I-10 Service Road Metairie, LA 70001
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2010-MO-BX-0004
Award Amount: $48,780

2010 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $48,780 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2010
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-la 3616 S. I-10 Service Road Metairie, LA 70001 2010 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
County of Hillsborough

Grantee: County of Hillsborough
Address: 329 Mast Rd, Goffstown, NH 03045
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2014-MO-BX-0048
Award Amount: $200,000

2014 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $200,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2014
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-nh 329 Mast Rd, Goffstown, NH 03045 2014 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Region XII Commission on Mental Health & Retardation

Grantee: Region XII Commission on Mental Health & Retardation
Address: Laurel and Ellisville, MS
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2015-MO-BX-0024
Award Amount: $249,974

2015 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $249,974 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2015
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ms Laurel and Ellisville, MS 2015 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Craighead County

Grantee: Craighead County
Address: 2800 MOORE RD. Jonesboro, AR 72401
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2011-MO-BX-0034
Award Amount: $38,438

2011 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $38,438 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2011
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ar 2800 MOORE RD. Jonesboro, AR 72401 2011 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
State of Colorado Judicial Department

Grantee: State of Colorado Judicial Department
Address: 1302 Broadway, Suite 1200 Denver, CO 80203
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2012-MO-BX-0001
Award Amount: $200,000

2012 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $200,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2012
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-co 1302 Broadway, Suite 1200 Denver, CO 80203 2012 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Carson City Sheriff's Office

Grantee: Carson City Sheriff's Office
Address: 911 E. Musser St., Carson City, NV 89701
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2013-MO-BX-0007
Award Amount: $248,921

2013 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $248,921 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2013
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-nv 911 E. Musser St., Carson City, NV 89701 2013 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Colorado Division of Criminal Justice

Grantee: Colorado Division of Criminal Justice
Address: 700 Kipling St, Denver, CO 80215
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2014-MO-BX-0049
Award Amount: $50,000

2014 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $50,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2014
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-co 700 Kipling St, Denver, CO 80215 2014 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
County of Marion

Grantee: County of Marion
Address: 40 South Alabama St
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2016-MO-BX-0013
Award Amount: $250,000

2016 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2016
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-in 40 South Alabama St 2016 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Charleston County

Grantee: Charleston County
Address: 4045 Bridge View Drive Charleston, SC 29405
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2009-MO-BX-0019
Award Amount: $150,992

2009 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $150,992 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2009
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-sc 4045 Bridge View Drive Charleston, SC 29405 2009 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Alameda County Health Care Services Agency

Grantee: Alameda County Health Care Services Agency
Address: 1000 San Leandro Blvd., San Leandro, CA 94577
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2008-MO-BX-0012
Award Amount: $50,000

2008 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $50,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2008
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ca 1000 San Leandro Blvd., San Leandro, CA 94577 2008 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Pima County Juvenile Court Center

Grantee: Pima County Juvenile Court Center
Address: 2225 E Ajo Way Tucson, AZ 85713
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2009-MO-BX-0018
Award Amount: $200,000

2009 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $200,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2009
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-az 2225 E Ajo Way Tucson, AZ 85713 2009 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Port Gamble Band of S'Klallam Indians

Grantee: Port Gamble Band of S'Klallam Indians
Address: 31912 Little Boston Road NE, Kingston, WA 98346-9700
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2013-MO-BX-0016
Award Amount: $50,000

2013 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $50,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2013
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-wa 31912 Little Boston Road NE, Kingston, WA 98346-9700 2013 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities

Grantee: Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities
Address: 601 Mainstream Drive Nashville, TN 37243
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2009-MO-BX-0029
Award Amount: $196,750

2009 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $196,750 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2009
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-tn 601 Mainstream Drive Nashville, TN 37243 2009 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Sac and Fox Nation of Oklahoma

Grantee: Sac and Fox Nation of Oklahoma
Address: Stroud, OK
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2015-MO-BX-0026
Award Amount: $250,000

2015 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2015
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ok Stroud, OK 2015 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Allegheny County, PA

Grantee: Allegheny County, PA
Address: 1 Smithfield St, Human Services Bldg, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2014-MO-BX-0026
Award Amount: $247,279

2014 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $247,279 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2014
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-pa 1 Smithfield St, Human Services Bldg, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 2014 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Somerville, MA

Grantee: Somerville, MA
Address: 220 Washington St, Somerville, MA 02143-3117
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2014-MO-BX-0042
Award Amount: $50,000

2014 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $50,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2014
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ma 220 Washington St, Somerville, MA 02143-3117 2014 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Salt Lake County Dept. of Human Svcs Div of Criminal Justice

Grantee: Salt Lake County Dept. of Human Svcs Div of Criminal Justice
Address: 145 East 1300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2006-MO-BX-0014
Award Amount: $250,000

2006 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2006
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ut 145 East 1300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84115 2006 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Maine Department of Corrections

Grantee: Maine Department of Corrections
Address: STATE HOUSE STATION 111 AUGUSTA, ME 04333
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2007-MO-BX-0022
Award Amount: $249,913

2007 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $249,913 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2007
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-me STATE HOUSE STATION 111 AUGUSTA, ME 04333 2007 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Rock County

Grantee: Rock County
Address: 52 South Main St Janesville, WI 53545
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2010-MO-BX-0012
Award Amount: $50,000

2010 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $50,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2010
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-wi 52 South Main St Janesville, WI 53545 2010 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Charlotte, City of

Grantee: Charlotte, City of
Address: NC
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2015-MO-BX-0019
Award Amount: $199,434

2015 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $199,434 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2015
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-nc NC 2015 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
16th Judicial District Attorney's Office

Grantee: 16th Judicial District Attorney's Office
Address: 300 Iberia Street New Iberia, LA 70560
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2011-MO-BX-0006
Award Amount: $250,000

2011 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2011
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-la 300 Iberia Street New Iberia, LA 70560 2011 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Auglaize County Sheriff's Office

Grantee: Auglaize County Sheriff's Office
Address: Wapakoneta, OH 45895
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2010-MO-BX-0055
Award Amount: $223,128

2010 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $223,128 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2010
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-oh Wapakoneta, OH 45895 2010 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Rutherford County

Grantee: Rutherford County
Address: 289 North Main Street Rutherfordton, NC 28139
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2007-MO-BX-0017
Award Amount: $25,241

2007 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $25,241 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2007
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-nc 289 North Main Street Rutherfordton, NC 28139 2007 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Montana Board of Crime Control

Grantee: Montana Board of Crime Control
Address: 2 South Last Chance Gulch, Helena, MT 59620-1408
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2013-MO-BX-0029
Award Amount: $50,000

2013 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $50,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2013
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-mt 2 South Last Chance Gulch, Helena, MT 59620-1408 2013 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Penobscot County Sheriff

Grantee: Penobscot County Sheriff
Address: 85 Hammond St Bangor, ME 04401
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2012-MO-BX-0018
Award Amount: $250,000

2012 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2012
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-me 85 Hammond St Bangor, ME 04401 2012 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
City and County of Denver

Grantee: City and County of Denver
Address: 1333 Cherokee Street, Denver, CO 80204
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2013-MO-BX-0018
Award Amount: $250,000

2013 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2013
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-co 1333 Cherokee Street, Denver, CO 80204 2013 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Washtenaw County Community Support and Treatment Services

Grantee: Washtenaw County Community Support and Treatment Services
Address: 2140 East Ellsworth Road Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2009-MO-BX-0014
Award Amount: $200,000

2009 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $200,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2009
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-mi 2140 East Ellsworth Road Ann Arbor, MI 48108 2009 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Lauderdale County

Grantee: Lauderdale County
Address: 411 Constitution Ave. 11th Floor Meridian, MS 39301
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2011-MO-BX-0026
Award Amount: $250,000

2011 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2011
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ms 411 Constitution Ave. 11th Floor Meridian, MS 39301 2011 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Franklin County

Grantee: Franklin County
Address: Columbus, OH
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2015-MO-BX-0002
Award Amount: $248,000

2015 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $248,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2015
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-oh Columbus, OH 2015 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Pickens County Government

Grantee: Pickens County Government
Address: 1262 E Church St Jasper, GA 30143
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2011-MO-BX-0019
Award Amount: $250,000

2011 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2011
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ga 1262 E Church St Jasper, GA 30143 2011 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Bexar County

Grantee: Bexar County
Address: San Antonio, TX 78210
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2007-MO-BX-0012
Award Amount: $200,000

2007 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $200,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2007
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-tx San Antonio, TX 78210 2007 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Berrien County

Grantee: Berrien County
Address: St. Joseph, MI
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2010-MO-BX-0005
Award Amount: $47,970

2010 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $47,970 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2010
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-mi St. Joseph, MI 2010 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Sangamon County

Grantee: Sangamon County
Address: 200 S. 9th St., Springfield, IL 62701-1608
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2013-MO-BX-0009
Award Amount: $50,000

2013 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $50,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2013
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-il 200 S. 9th St., Springfield, IL 62701-1608 2013 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Hamilton County

Grantee: Hamilton County
Address: 136 East Court Street Cincinnati, OH 45202
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2006-MO-BX-0018
Award Amount: $250,000

2006 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2006
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-oh 136 East Court Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 2006 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
New York City Mayor's Office of the Criminal Justice Coordinator

Grantee: New York City Mayor's Office of the Criminal Justice Coordinator
Address: 3 Centre St. New York, NY 10007
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2009-MO-BX-0011
Award Amount: $249,739

2009 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $249,739 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2009
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ny 3 Centre St. New York, NY 10007 2009 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Allegheny County Department of Human Services

Grantee: Allegheny County Department of Human Services
Address: One Smithfield Street Pittsburgh, PA
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2006-MO-BX-0015
Award Amount: $249,980

2006 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $249,980 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2006
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-pa One Smithfield Street Pittsburgh, PA 2006 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Billings Municipal Court

Grantee: Billings Municipal Court
Address: 222 N 27th St, Billings, MT 59101
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2008-MO-BX-0010
Award Amount: $249,415

2008 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $249,415 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2008
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-mt 222 N 27th St, Billings, MT 59101 2008 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Pueblo of Laguna

Grantee: Pueblo of Laguna
Address: PO Box 194 , Laguna, NM 87026
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2013-MO-BX-0023
Award Amount: $200,000

2013 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $200,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2013
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-nm PO Box 194 , Laguna, NM 87026 2013 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Tulare County

Grantee: Tulare County
Address: 2802 W. Burrel Ave. Visalia, CA 93291
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2006-MO-BX-0008
Award Amount: $36,822

2006 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $36,822 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2006
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ca 2802 W. Burrel Ave. Visalia, CA 93291 2006 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Contra Costa County

Grantee: Contra Costa County
Address: 653 Pine St. MARTINEZ, CA 94553
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2012-MO-BX-0021
Award Amount: $250,000

2012 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $250,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2012
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-ca 653 Pine St. MARTINEZ, CA 94553 2012 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Detroit-Wayne County Community Mental Health Agency

Grantee: Detroit-Wayne County Community Mental Health Agency
Address: 640 Temple, Detroit, MI 48201
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2012-MO-BX-0006
Award Amount: $200,000

2012 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $200,000 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2012
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-mi 640 Temple, Detroit, MI 48201 2012 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Clermont County Mental Health and Recovery Board

Grantee: Clermont County Mental Health and Recovery Board
Address: 2337 Clermont Center Dr, Batavia, OH 45103
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2014-MO-BX-0029
Award Amount: $199,293

2014 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $199,293 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2014
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.

Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program us-oh 2337 Clermont Center Dr, Batavia, OH 45103 2014 The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.
Northwest Regional Correction Board

Grantee: Northwest Regional Correction Board
Address: Marin Ave #110, Crookston, MN 56716
Agency: U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance
Award Number: 2014-MO-BX-0023
Award Amount: $249,900

2014 U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance $249,900 Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Year: 2014
Category: Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program

Program Description: The Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (JMHCP) is designed to increase public safety by facilitating collaboration among the criminal justice, juvenile justice, mental health treatment, and substance abuse systems and to improve access to effective treatment for people with mental illnesses involved with the criminal justice system. JMHCP grants often support the expansion of law enforcement response programs; mental health courts, pretrial services, and diversion/alternative prosecution and sentencing programs; treatment accountability services; specialized training for justice and treatment services professionals; corrections/community corrections; transitional and reentry services; and treatment; and non-treatment recovery support services coordination and delivery including housing placement and supportive housing, job training and placement, education, primary and mental health care, and family supportive services. JMHCP grants are available in three categories: Planning, Planning and Implementation, and Expansion. Planning grantees design a strategic, collaborative plan to initiate systemic change for the identification and treatment of system-involved individuals with mental illnesses or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Planning and Implementation grantees complete an already-initiated collaboration plan for their criminal justice and mental health or co-occurring collaboration, and then begin implementation of the plan. Expansion grants expand upon or improve their well-established collaboration plan.