The Office of Criminal Justice Programs is pleased to announce a competitive funding opportunity from the State of Tennessee for eligible organizations to enhance treatment services provided to drug and alcohol offenders. Eligible applicant organizations must currently operate a halfway house or halfway houses whose primary focus is to assist drug and alcohol offenders. In order to qualify for a grant award under this solicitation and organization must provide the following:
No less than sixty (60) residential beds monthly with occupancy at no less than ninety-seven percent (97%) per month, or if a halfway house with nonresidential day reporting services, it shall serve no less than two hundred (200) adults monthly.
Safe and secure treatment facilities, and treatment to include Moral Reconation Therapy, GED course work, anger management therapy, and domestic and family counseling; and
Transportation to and from work, mental health or medical appointments for each of its residents.
Eligible program activities are highlighted in the application which is linked below:
Agencies intending to submit an application should submit the online Attachment A form no later than December 20, 2013. The online Attachment A is available by clicking on this link: Attachment A Link
Grant applications are due no later than December 30, 2013
The application period for the Justice Assistance Grant and Family Services Grant programs has expired for the 2013 - 2014 fiscal year.