Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2023, $754,149)
The Southern California Indian Law and Justice Center will use this FY 2023 TVSSA award to implement services for victims of crime that meet needs identified by the community and reflect tribal community values and traditions. This aligns with the Congressional intent for the set-aside from the CVF, which was created in 2018 to improve services for victims of crime in Tribal communities. OVC administers the TVSSA via a formula. TVSSA funds may be used for any purpose directly related to serving victims of crime.
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