New York County District Attorney’s Office (DANY) - Criminal Justice Investment Initiative (CJII)
03/20/20 11:59 PM EST
Grant to a New York nonprofit organization, business, or government entity in eligible regions to address the needs of residents who have experienced trauma. Funding is intended to promote healing, equity, and safety. Target populations include minorities who experience high rates of violence and have limited access to trauma services. The New York County District Attorney’s Office (DANY) is requesting proposals to develop and implement a Center for Trauma Innovation (CTI) in northern Manhattan.
The goal for the CTI is to address the needs of people exposed to trauma by enhancing and expanding trauma-informed and trauma-specific services and resources. The CTI will focus on communities of color that experience disproportionate rates of violence and have less access to trauma services. The CTI will offer culturally-competent, free, clinical and non-clinical trauma-specific services; provide training and technical assistance to local organizations and city agencies seeking to incorporate or enhance trauma-informed and trauma-specific practices; and establish a Trauma Innovation Learning Community that uplifts the CTI’s vision for safety, healing, and equity.
This solicitation and investment contributes to the CJII goals of improving public safety and enhancing fairness and efficiency in New York City’s justice system by providing services and supports to bolster community-led anti-violence efforts, support individuals in healing from trauma through trauma-informed and trauma-specific services, and reduce further contact with the criminal justice system.
For required project elements, see: http://cjii.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/CJII-Center-for-Trauma-Innovation-RFP-FINAL.pdf#page=16.
For information on Focus Populations and Geography see http://cjii.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/CJII-Center-for-Trauma-Innovation-RFP-FINAL.pdf#page=18.
GrantWatch ID#: 188002
DANY anticipates total funding for the Center for Trauma Innovation to be up to $8 million for one award.
DANY anticipates funding for up to 3.5 years of program implementation and capital improvements.
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