Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration
The purpose of this program is to allow local courts more flexibility to collaborate with multiple criminal justice system components and local community treatment and recovery providers to address the behavioral health needs of adults who are involved with the criminal justice system and provide the opportunity to divert them from the criminal justice system. The collaborative will allow eligible individuals to receive treatment and recovery support services as part of a court collaborative.
SAMHSA is restricting eligibility to operational individual misdemeanor or felony adult criminal courts, municipal courts, or tribal/state or local governmental proxies who may apply on their behalf. Therefore, units of tribal/state/local government such as the Tribal Court Administrator, the Administrative Office of the Courts, the Single State Agency for Alcohol and Drug Abuse, the State Mental Health Agency, the designated State Drug Court Coordinator, or local governmental unit such as the county or city agency with direct involvement with the identified adult criminal court may apply on behalf of the collaborative. When the state, tribal, or local unit of government is the applicant, all awarded grant funds must be dedicated to the local BHTCC with the exception of a small set aside, not to exceed two percent of the total award, that is permissible to cover the costs of administration and oversight of the grant.
This document reviews the importance of protective factors in working with populations who are in-risk (defined as having already experienced one or more negative outcomes). The document describes a literature review and expert consultation project to distill findings specifically relevant across five populations served by the Administration for Children, Youth and Families. The populations include homeless and runaway youth, children exposed to domestic violence, victims of child abuse and neglect, youth in and aging out of foster care, and pregnant and parenting adolescents.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) is accepting applications for fiscal year (FY) 2014 Grants to Expand Substance Abuse Treatment in Adult Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts and Juvenile Treatment Drug Courts.
$325,000 per year
Eligible applicants include state and local government entities, such as the Tribal Court Administrator, the Administrative Office of the Courts, the SSA for Alcohol and Drug Abuse, the designated State Drug Court Coordinator, or local governmental unit such as county or city agency with direct involvement with the drug court, federally recognized American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) tribes and tribal organizations, individual adult Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts and juvenile treatment drug courts (tribal or non-tribal).
The Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence at the University of Colorado Boulder
The conference will focus on evidence-based programs in youth education, problem behavior, self-regulation, mental and physical health, and positive relationships and will provide support for practitioners implementing these programs in their communities. OJJDP Administrator Robert L.
All applications must be submitted through DOJ's online Grants Management System (GMS). Refer to "How to Apply" for more information on how to register with GMS on page 9 of the solicitation. Recognized tribal domestic violence and sexual assault coalitions are invited to apply for the OVW Fiscal Year 2014 Grants to Tribal Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalitions Program.
recognized tribal domestic violence and sexual assault coalitions
Indian Education Formula Grants to Local Educational Agencies program provides grants to support local educational agencies (LEAs) and other eligible entities described in this notice in reforming and improving elementary and secondary school programs that serve Indian students. The Department funds comprehensive programs that are designed to help Indian students meet the same State academic content and student academic achievement standards used for all students while addressing the language and cultural needs of Indian students.
$4,000 - $2,750,000
Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized)
This guide was created to assist federally recognized tribes as they prepare for, write, and submit their application for complex grants like the DOJ CTAS.
The past three years of CTAS experience has shown that tribes who are well organized in identifying their needs and gaps, well informed about the grant requirements, and are thinking strategically about how best to apply grant funds to programs and services, have a better chance of submitting a competitive application and having the capacity to successfully execute the grant.
The Tribal Law and Policy Institute and California Indian Legal Services
This training will focus on the provisions of the Tribal Law and Order Act (TLOA) that allow tribes, under Public Law 280 jurisdiction, to request the federal government re-assume certain criminal jurisdiction on the tribe’s reservation. The morning session will include information on Public Law 280 and the TLOA followed by an afternoon presentation by tribal representatives from the White Earth Nation, the only tribe whose request has been granted for federal re-assumption of jurisdiction under Section 221 of the TLOA.