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Read Updated Answers to VOCA Formula Victim Assistance Rule Frequently Asked Questions

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OVC has published updated answers to Frequently Asked Questions from Formula Victim Assistance Program grantees. Read these updates in our comprehensive VOCApedia.

VOCApedia covers topics including general provisions, monitoring, reporting, allowable expenses, and more.

The VOCA Formula Victim Assistance Grant Program final rule became effective on August 8, 2016. The final rule sets forth the parameters for the use of funds under OVC’s Victim Assistance Program. The rule applies to all OVC Formula Victim Assistance Program grants awarded by OVC after the effective date.

A summary of changes made by the rule and additional answers to frequently asked questions are also available to assist Formula Victim Assistance Program grantees with managing VOCA funds.

If you have questions which are not answered on our website, please contact the OVC Resource Center at [email protected].

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Date Created: May 6, 2020