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$1.2 Million Available for Family Justice Centers

A new CalOES grant program is making $1.2 million available to support family justice centers throughout California.

Family Justice Centers are multi-agency, multidisciplinary service centers where public and private agencies provide services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, elder or dependent adult abuse, or human trafficking in one location. The centers help reduce the number of times victims need to tell their story and the number of places victims need to go for help, as well as increase access to services and support for victims and their children.

Governmental and community based victim service providers are eligible to apply for the funds. A total of $1,200,000 is available and applicants may apply for up to $400,000 for activities taking place during the 2019 and 2020 calendar years. The submission deadline is Monday, November 5, 2018.

For all the details and to apply for funds, see the RFP on the CalOES grants management website.

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