Tribal-Researcher Capacity Building Grants
Tribal-Researcher Capacity Building Grants provide funding to support research involving federally recognized tribes and tribal-based organizations on issues of crime and justice.
Health related research priorities include:
- The effectiveness of the criminal justice response to combating the opioid crisis, and more broadly the use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs
- Combating violent crime and responding to, and reducing victimization
- Child and elder abuse
- Sexual assault
- Murdered, missing, and trafficked persons
- Exploited children
- Provision, role, and impact of forensic science services, particularly as it relates to combating violent crime
Eligible applicants include:
- State and territory governments
- City, township, and county governments
- Federally recognized Native American tribal governments
- Tribal organizations
- Nonprofits with or without 501(c)(3) status
- Public, state-controlled, and private institutions of higher education
- Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
- For-profit organizations other than small businesses
- Independent school districts
- Small businesses
Award ceiling: $150,000
Project period: Up to 18 months
Estimated number of awards: 5
Estimated total program funding: $500,000
Applicants should submit an SF-424 and an SF-LLL in grants.gov by April 12, 2021.
Submit the full application, including attachments, in the JustGrants grants management system by April 26, 2021.
For complete information about funding programs, including your application status, please contact funders directly. Summaries are provided for your convenience only. RHIhub does not take part in application processes or monitor application status.