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This page presents expired funding opportunities from OVC. Use the search filters below to find specific solicitations. Click on a solicitation title to see details about the solicitation along with any resulting awards.

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OVC FY 08 T&TA for Counseling & Faith-Based Services for Crime Victims in Indian Country Competitive Grant Program

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A competitive program that will award one grant of $500,000 to support tribal, nonprofit, and faith-based organizations that have received funding under the FY 2008 Counseling and Faith-Based Services for Crime Victims in Indian Country grant program by providing comprehensive, culturally appropriate training and technical assistance to enhance the development and expansion of organizations' capabilities to provide counseling services to crime victims.

OVC FY 08 Counseling & Faith Based Services for Crime Victims in Indian Country Competitive Grant Program

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A competitive program that will award one grant of $500,000 to support tribal, nonprofit, and faith-based organizations that have received funding under the FY 2008 Counseling and Faith-Based Services for Crime Victims in Indian Country grant program by providing comprehensive, culturally appropriate training and technical assistance to enhance the development and expansion of organizations' capabilities to provide counseling services to crime victims.

OVC FY 08 2009 NCVRW Resource Guide

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A competitive program that will award one cooperative agreement of $225,000 for either a private nonprofit organization or a public agency to produce a comprehensive kit that will serve as a resource for the victims' field to support efforts to heighten the public's awareness of crime victim issues during National Crime Victims' Rights Week (NCVRW) in April 2009 and throughout the year.

OVC FY 08 Victim Assistance Fellowship Program

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A competitive program that will award three grants of $75,000-$125,000 to individuals to provide direct operational assistance to crime victim organizations and agencies; design and develop innovative initiatives; develop and deliver training programs; and assist with evaluation and capacity building efforts. Fellowships specifically address sexual assault, human trafficking, public awareness, field outreach, and victims' rights enforcement.

National Training Conference on Responding to Crime Victims with Disabilities

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A competitive program that will award up to $550,000 to private nonprofit organization, college or university, or public agency whose mission focuses on crime victimization and/or disability issues, to develop and administer state-of-the-art, multidisciplinary training at a national conference to enhance practitioner responses to victims with disabilities to and further strategic partnerships at the local, state, and national level to enhance victims' access to the criminal justice system and needed services and support.

Multi-Disciplinary Responses to Crime Victims with Disabilities

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One cooperative agreement of up to $700,000 will be awarded to adapt and replicate an innovative multi-disciplinary response model to crime victims with disabilities in four state-wide or community-based pilot sites across the Nation that increases reporting of victimization and ensures that crime victims with disabilities receive comprehensive, quality services and are afforded fundamental rights, including access to the criminal justice system in the aftermath of criminal victimization.

FY2007 National Program to Directly Assist Victims of Identity Theft and Financial Fraud

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This grant opportunity offers up to four or more awards totaling $2,000,000 to provide support to or develop programs that provide assistance to victims of identity theft and financial fraud nationwide, to encourage expansion of existing services to reach this often underserved population, and to strengthen the ability of local law enforcement agencies and victim service providers to assist these victims.

OVC FY 2007 National Crime Victim Assistance Programs

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OVC will award two grants of up to $600,000 each to provide support to programs that have developed a national capacity to deliver assistance to victims of crime nationwide and to strengthen the ability of local victim service providers, law enforcement agencies, and allied professional to serve victims.

OVC FY 07 Crime Victims' Rights Enforcement Project

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A competitive program that will grant ten awards of up to $200,000 each to clinics that provide legal counsel and support services for victims in criminal cases for the enforcement of crime victims' rights in federal, state, and tribal jurisdictions; or organizations that provide training and technical assistance to such clinics. Funding may be used to provide legal representation to victims of crime; technical assistance, training, and support to legal clinics that provide victim services; and education and training on the Crime Victims' Rights Act.

OVC FY 07 2008 NCVRW Resource Guide

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A competitive program that will award one cooperative agreement of $210,000 for either a private nonprofit organization or a public agency to produce a comprehensive kit that will serve as a resource for the victims' field to support efforts to heighten the public's awareness of crime victim issues during National Crime Victims' Rights Week (NCVRW) in April 2008 and throughout the year.

OVC FY 07 Action Partnerships

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A competitive program that will award up to $75,000 each to five national nonprofit organizations to help them promote partnerships in victim services. Programs proposed must advance victims' rights and services by forming partnerships among OVC, the victim services field, and national scope membership and professional organizations through training, public awareness, and educational efforts, and by promoting a collaborative response to victims of stalking, domestic and dating violence, and child abuse.

OVC FY 07 Public Awareness in Underserved Communities

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OVC will grant $350,000 for up to 7 awards, ranging from $25,000 to $50,000, to raise the awareness of underserved populations, particularly socially isolated immigrant communities, about victims' rights and how to access crime victim services. Favorable consideration will be given to applicants partnering with one or more ethnic community-based or faith-based organizations with close ties to the targeted audience. Note: Applications that focus on prevention will not receive strong consideration for funding.

OVC FY 06 2007 NCVRW Resource Guide

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Funding is available for the development of a guide that will serve as a resource for the victims' field in their efforts to heighten the public's awareness of crime victim issues nationwide during NCVRW in April, 2007, and throughout the year.

OVC FY 06 State Victim Assistance Academy Initiative (New)

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This grant opportunity offers four awards of $35,000 for the development and provision of comprehensive, academically based, fundamental education and training for victim assistance providers, victim advocates, criminal justice personal, and allied professionals who routinely work with victims of crime. Applicants must demonstrate a commitment from the state Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) victim assistance and compensation program offices to help develop the Academy.

OVC FY 06 Trafficking Task Forces and Victim Services

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The overall goals of this program are: 1) to continue to enhance law enforcement's ability to identify and rescue victims of human trafficking, 2) to provide law enforcement with the resources and training to identify and rescue victims of trafficking, and 3) to ensure that comprehensive services are available wherever trafficking victims are found. Currently, BJA has provided funding to 32 local and state law enforcement anti-trafficking task forces across the country. With Fiscal Year (FY) 2006 funding, up to 10 additional task forces will receive funding through cooperative agreements.

OVC FY 06 Public Awareness in Underserved Communities

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OVC offers $350,000 for up to 7 awards, ranging from $25,000 to $50,000, to raise the awareness of underserved populations, particularly socially isolated immigrant communities, about victims’ rights and how to access crime victim services. Favorable consideration will be given to applicants partnering with one or more ethnic community-based or faith-based organizations with close ties to the targeted audience. Note: Applications that focus on prevention will not receive strong consideration for funding.

OVC FY 06 Tribal Victim Assistance Training and Technical Assistance

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This grant makes $600,000 available to one applicant to provide comprehensive, skills-building training and technical assistance to tribes, tribal organizations, and nonprofit organizations that have received funding under the "FY 2006 Tribal Victim Assistance (TVA) Discretionary Grant Program." Eligible applicants must be public or private agencies/organizations experienced in effectively administering grants that deal with victims' issues. Evidence of broad-based expertise with American Indian issues, training, and technical assistance is essential.

OVC FY 06 Tribal Victim Assistance Discretionary

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This grant makes funds available to establish, expand, and improve direct service victim assistance programs for federally recognized tribes. A total of up to $3.5 million is available to federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Native tribes, tribal organizations, nonprofit tribal organizations, and nonprofit organizations serving American Indian and Alaska Native tribes. This program furthers the Department's mission by improving the quality of direct services for victims of crime in remote, rural American Indian/Alaska Native communities.

OVC FY 06 Children's Justice Act Partnerships for Indian Communities

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A total of up to $2 million is available to federally recognized Indian tribes and nonprofit tribal organizations to help American Indian and Alaska Native communities develop, establish, and operate programs to improve the investigation, prosecution, and overall handling of cases of child abuse, child sexual abuse, and severe physical abuse.