NIJ is seeking applications to evaluate intermediary organizations receiving funding under the Office for Victims of Crime's Helping Outreach Programs to Expand II Program (HOPE II Program). The HOPE II Program recognizes that crime victims living in urban, high-crime jurisdictions face unique barriers to receiving assistance and additional challenges that may not be encountered in other areas. Faith-based and community-based organizations have a long history of bringing aid to crime victims. The HOPE II Program works through an intermediary that will (1) support the activities of small, grassroots, faith-based and community-based organizations serving crime victims in urban, high-crime areas through the management of competitive subawards, and (2) provide technical assistance to subgrantees to develop their capacity to provide services to crime victims in urban, high-crime areas.
Who can apply:
Eligible functional categories:
National Institute of Justice Research, Evaluation, and Development Project Grants
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Department of Justice, Headquarters, Office of Justice Programs