Fresno’s ONSCE appropriated $1,500,000 to implement violence prevention and intervention strategies which will be allocated through a competitive grant process.
To provide support in responding to the economic and public health impacts of COVID-19 and efforts to contain impacts on communities, residents, and businesses and to reduce and respond to increased violence due to the pandemic.
Dedicated to the co-production of public safety in all of Baltimore’s neighborhoods, MONSE will partner with Baltimore’s residents, community-based organizations, institutions, businesses, and agencies to stem the tide of violence, while simultaneously unearthing its root causes.
The Targeted Community Investment Grant program funds community-based violence prevention programs and activities that improve public safety, increase opportunities for self-development and care, and build a stronger sense of community throughout neighborhoods most impacted by gun violence.
The Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) program is a nationwide initiative that brings together federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement officials, prosecutors, community leaders, and other stakeholders to identify the most pressing violent crime problems in a community and develop comprehensive solutions to address them. Each federal judicial district is eligible to apply for a funding allocation, based on its violent crime rate and population. Note: Anticipated deadline – June/July 2022
The City of Fayetteville is providing micro-grants to community-based organizations to fund, inspire, and boost community crime reduction activities by supporting efforts to prevent crime and violence in Fayetteville. Grants will be provided in the following themes: Conflict Resolution and Mediation, Community Crime Prevention, Opportunities for Youth / Parents / Families, Family Stability, Addressing Upward Mobility, Implicit Bias and Diversity.
A formula grant to units of local government to support criminal justice programs, including community violence intervention programs. Note: Anticipated deadline – August 2022
A formula grant to state government to support criminal justice programs, including community violence intervention programs. Note: Anticipated deadline – July 2022
The primary purpose of this initiative is to support the implementation of strategies that will result in reducing gun violence and gang activity in Virginia communities. Note: Anticipated deadline – March 2023
Patterned after the Community Violence Intervention program model, this NOFO will fund violence prevention services at organizations that utilize evidence-based programs to engage individuals at the highest risk of firearm violence, including street outreach, case management, and victim services. Note – Deadline rolling