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Juvenile Healing to Wellness Courts: Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation (CTAS)

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Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance Number: 16.585
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, U.S. Department of Justice
Feb 28, 2017



Juvenile Healing to Wellness Courts grants offers funding to federally-recognized tribes to develop and implement healing to wellness court programs that focus on responding to alcohol and substance use issues of tribal juveniles and young adults under 21. Juvenile Healing to Wellness Courts use a team approach that includes the judge, attorneys, probation, law enforcement, treatment providers, educational and vocational services, and other partners to help individuals with substance use disorders achieve sustained recovery and avoid re-offending.

Specific objectives and required deliverables may be found in the application instructions.

This is Purpose Area #8 of the Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation (CTAS). Applicants may choose from nine purpose areas and submit a single proposal.


Federally-recognized tribes or an organization acting as the authorized designee of a federally-recognized tribe may apply.

Awardees that have received OJJDP funding through the FY 2014 Tribal Healing to Wellness Court Responses to Underage Drinking Initiative solicitation or the FY 2015 or FY 2016 CTAS Purpose Area #8 are not eligible to apply for funds in this Purpose Area.

Geographic coverage
Amount of funding

Award ceiling: $350,000
Expected number of awards: 6
Project period: 4 years
Total funding available: $2,100,000

Application process

Applications must be submitted online through the Office of Justice Programs Grants Management System (GMS).

Instructions for online submission can be found on the GMS webpage.

A link to an online guide, Preparing for the Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation, is available on the program website.

Tagged as
Alcohol use · American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians · Behavioral health · Children and youth · Criminal justice system · Mental health · Substance abuse

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