Grant Opportunities





Past Grant Opportunities


The Orange County Health Care Agency (HCA), on behalf of the County of Orange (County), in collaboration with the Community Corrections Partnership (CCP) is seeking proposals from qualified organizations in Orange County to provide Residential Treatment or Other Crime Reduction Services to adult criminal offenders, ages 18 and older that have recently been released from the Orange County Jails or other correctional facilities and are under the supervision of the Orange County Probation Department (OCPD). Per the grant specifications, organizations that submitted a proposal in response to the Transitional Housing Services RFPs posted on May 7, 2015 and June 16, 2015 and received a letter of intent to award, are not eligible to submit a proposal for these services.
**If you have checked out the Recidivism Reduction Grant before and didnt qualify, please check again as some of the restrictions have been removed**

You can access the RFP through BidSync here

(Please note that a BidSync account is free. You will never need to pay for a BidSync Links Plus account to access Orange County's opportunities).


Eligible applicants for this Supervised Population Workforce Training Grant Program include all California counties or consortiums of counties, Local Boards, nonprofit community-based organizations and other nonprofits, labor and business organizations, education entities, etc. Proposals must be received by May 2, 2016. For more information on this funding opportunity and its requirements, please refer to the Solicitation Notice AB 2060 Supervised Population Workforce Training Grant Program 2.0 on the State Boards web page


The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Justice Programs (OJP), Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) is seeking applicants for funding under the Second Chance Act to provide mentoring grants to nonprofit organizations and Indian tribes. This program furthers the Departments mission by providing services and programs to help facilitate the successful reintegration of formerly incarcerated individuals as they return to their communities. For more information click here


Training Opportunity for Formerly Incarcerated! JustLeadershipUSA is accepting applications for their 2016 leader program. Leading with Conviction (LwC) is an advanced leadership training for formerly incarcerated, mid-senior level leaders with a specific and proven track record in advocacy and community organizing.

LwC is a cohort based, 12-month opportunity for leaders from around the country. LwC takes place both in-person and remotely through three in-person forums, six webinars, executive coaching, peer coaching, and regular digital communication. LwC trainings benefit leaders by introducing them to the people and practices closely linked to successful community and regional criminal justice advocacy efforts, enabling them to take on greater challenges and to generate quantifiable impact in their work.

Applicants should have at least 3-5 years POST criminal justice system involvement to ensure leaders have had the time to resolve normal re-entry issues, secure housing and employment and focus on leadership advocacy in their communities. Individuals on parole are eligible for Leading with Conviction. Click on the link for additional information and application. Just Leadership USA (September 2016)


The County of Orange was awarded $500,000 in recidivism reduction money. The plan is to get 10 bids and give each $50,000.00 for transitional housing beds. They are keeping the bidding time open until August for more bids. For more information, please attend the Bidders Conference this Friday June 26, 2015 at 1:30 in the Planning commission room (located at the Hall of Administration 333 W Santa Ana Blvd. Building 10, Santa Ana, CA 92701). You will get information on what this is about and how to go about Bidsync which is the way to bid. Please spread the word.
If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Weckerle Sweckerle@ocha.com


This Training to Work 2-Adult Reentry (T2W2) Solicitation for Grant Application (SGA) provides the opportunity for organizations to develop and implement career pathway programs in demand sectors and occupations for men and women who are at least 18 years old and who are enrolled in work release programs (WRPs).

















Do you have a grant opportunity you would like to share with OCREP partners? Please contact us today!







  



  
  

  

  






If you have a question, update or information regarding any opportunities, please contact OCREP.

Disclaimer: This OCREP site provides links to other internet sites only as a courtesy and convenience for users. OCREP does not endorse, warrant or guarantee the accuracy, legality or content of the information or services referenced on these external sites and are not responsible for the availability of these external sites. OCREP is not responsible for Section 508 compliance (accessibility) on other governmental or private websites.