Children's Justice Act Partnerships for Indian Communities (Purpose Area 6): Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation (CTAS)
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Catalog of Federal Domestic
Assistance Number: 16.583
Office for Victims of Crime, U.S. Department of Justice
The Children's Justice Act Partnerships for Indian
Communities initiative offers funding, technical
assistance, and training to help American Indian and
Alaska Native communities develop, establish, and operate
programs designed to improve the investigation,
prosecution, and handling of cases of child abuse and
neglect, and particularly child sexual abuse cases, in a
manner which lessens trauma for child victims.
Funds may be used for:
- Staffing costs for personnel involved in the
investigation, prosecution, and victim services focused
on cases of criminal child abuse and neglect, including
prosecutors, law enforcement investigators, child
protection services personnel, forensic interviewers,
case managers, clinical mental health professionals,
pediatric sexual assault nurse examiners, and other
victim assistance and allied professionals.
- Coordination, outreach, and awareness efforts
- Cultural and traditional practices
- Comprehensive victim assistance, including:
- Trauma-informed counseling for primary victims
and secondary victims
- Family and group therapy
- Assistance with emergency food, clothing, and
- Emergency shelter services
- Assistance with crime victim compensation claims
- Medical and dental care
- Aid with participating in traditional healing
ceremonies or other cultural activities
Specific objectives and required deliverables may be
found in the
Purpose Area #6 of the Coordinated Tribal Assistance
Solicitation (CTAS). Applicants may choose from multiple
purpose areas and submit a single proposal.
Eligible applicants are federally recognized tribes,
tribal designees, and consortia consisting of 2 or more
federally recognized tribes.
Amount of funding
Award ceiling: $450,000
Expected number of awards: 7
Project period: 3 years
Estimated total Purpose Area funding:
Links to the full announcement,
application instructions, and the online application
process are available through
grants.gov and the program
Applicants should submit an SF-424 and an SF-LLL in
grants.gov by March 10, 2022.
Submit the full application, including attachments, in
the JustGrants grants
management system by March 15, 2022.
If internet access is not available to submit an
electronic application, contact the Response Center at
800.421.6770 by February 15, 2022 to request alternative
Abuse and violence · American Indian or Alaska Native · Behavioral health · Benefit enrollment and application · Child welfare · Children and youth · Criminal justice system · Culture and cultural competency · Housing and homelessness · Human services · Income support and assistance · Needs assessment methods and resources · Networking and collaboration · Oral health · Planning and strategy methods and resources · Transportation · Trauma-informed care
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