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Alaska Tribal Victim Services Micro-Grant Program

This funding record is inactive. Please see the program website or contact the program sponsor to determine if this program is currently accepting applications or will open again in the future.

 
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance Number: 90.100
Sponsor
Denali Commission
Deadlines
May 13, 2022
Contact

For programmatic or technical questions:
907.271.1414
907.271.5239
communitywellness@denali.gov

For grants management or budget questions:
907.271.1414
907.271.3036
gmo@denali.gov

Purpose

The Denali Commission provides grants for planning and implementation of a wide-range of services for tribal victims of crime in Alaska.

Funding may be used for:

  • Conducting a victim services needs assessment
  • Developing a strategic plan to create a victim assistance program
  • Developing a victim assistance program
  • Expanding services provided to victims
  • Expanding populations served
  • Expanding types of crime addressed

Covered expenses may include:

  • Telemedicine/telemental health access
  • Minor facility renovation and maintenance
  • Transportation services
  • Direct healthcare and behavioral healthcare services
Eligibility

Eligible applicants include federally recognized tribal governments and native villages in Alaska or an organization acting as the authorized designee of a federally recognized tribe, Alaska native village, or regional corporation.

Geographic coverage
Alaska
Amount of funding

Award ceiling: $350,000
Project period: 1 year

Application process

Links to the full announcement and application instructions are available through grants.gov and the Denali Commission website when applications are being accepted.

Submit completed applications by:

Mail:
Denali Commission
510 "L" Street, Ste. 410
Anchorage, Alaska 99501

Email:
communitywellness@denali.gov

Technical assistance:
Request assistance by calling 907.865.7378 or emailing vchadwick@ruralcap.org. Technical assistance may include:

  • Assisting in grant requirement explanations
  • Reviewing draft applications
  • Helping with registration for required government websites
  • Ensuring applications contain the required documents and information
  • Helping current grantees complete a needs assessment
  • Brainstorming ideas for the application
Tagged as
Abuse and violence · American Indian or Alaska Native · Behavioral health · Capital funding · Criminal justice system · Human services · Needs assessment methods and resources · Networking and collaboration · Planning and strategy methods and resources · Telehealth · Alaska

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