OVC FY 17 Vision 21: Integrated Services for Victims Program: Increasing Access to Mental Health Services for Victims of Crime

Vision 21 Integrated Services for Victims Program:
Increasing Access to Mental Health Services for Victims of Crime (Vision 21 ISV Program), consists of three purpose areas:
(1) developing a suicide prevention gatekeeper training curriculum to increase the capacity of crime victim advocates to

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help prevent suicide; (2) increasing access to services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault who have a serious mental illness; and (3) increasing access to mental health services for traditionally underserved victims of crime.

The Vision 21 ISV Program will promote a collaborative approach to the delivery of direct services by requiring crime victim services providers and clinical mental health service providers to form strategic partnerships to develop and implement project developed under purpose areas 2 and 3 of this program.

Related Programs

Crime Victim Assistance/Discretionary Grants

Department of Justice


Agency: Department of Justice

Office: Office of Justice Programs

Estimated Funding: $4,750,000


Relevant Nonprofit Program Categories





Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
Funding Opportunity

Additional Information of Eligibility:
For information on eligibility, see Section C of the funding opportunity under Eligibility Information.

Full Opportunity Web Address:
https://ovc.ncjrs.gov/Solicitation.aspx

Contact:
For assistance with any other requirements of this solicitation, contact Kimberly Woodard, Senior Tribal Affairs Specialist, by telephone at 202–307–2952.kimberly.woodard@usdoj.gov

Agency Email Description:
For Programmatic Questions

Agency Email:
kimberly.woodard@usdoj.gov

Date Posted:
2017-06-27

Application Due Date:
2017-08-10

Archive Date:
2017-07-09



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