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The Office for Victims Programs (OVP) administers several state and federal grant programs that provide support for services to victims of crime. Grant funds are distributed to agencies that provide crime victim services through a competitive application process. The Crime Victim Services (CVS) Advisory Board reviews submitted applications and then provides their recommendations to the Executive Director of the Department of Public Safety for review and approval.
The following grants are included in the competitive application process:
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Utilize the CVS Application Helpline via firstname.lastname@example.org from Jan. 16 – March 9, 2018.
We encourage you to access our Application Helpline via email@example.com to get assistance on how to complete your application from January 16 - March 9, 2018. Additional documents and resources can be found on the DCJ Grant Forms page. Grantees should also regularly check the DCJ Grants Calendar for upcoming announcements and deadlines.
OVP and the federal Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) Training and Technical Assistance Center (TTAC), will be conducting a series of regional workshops to assist applicants in successfully completing their application for CVS funding for CY2019-2020. Application materials will be available on January 16, 2018.Space is limited so we encourage you to register as soon as possible. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and space is limited to two participants per agency. One registration form per participant is required.
In addition to the administration of state and federal dollars to provide support for services to victims of crime, OVP conducts a series of Special Projects to improve the continuum of care crime victims receive.
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