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Subtopic: Mental health
Held February 9, 2023, this webinar provided details about the Office of Justice funding process and how to apply for BJA funding.
Held February 7, 2023, this webinar provided details about the primary initiatives BJA plans to fund in fiscal year 2023.
Held December 9, 2022, this webinar provided details for potential applicants to the FY 2022 Extreme Risk Protective Order and Firearm Crisis Intervention Training and Technical Assistance Initiative solicitation.
During this July 2022 webinar, Bureau of Justice Assistance personnel provided information about the FY 2022 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program - Local Solicitation funding opportunity.
During this May 16, 2022, webinar, Bureau of Justice Assistance personnel provided information about the FY 2022 National Initiatives in Justice and Mental Health: Training and Technical Assistance for Grantees and the Field funding opportunity.
During this April 13, 2022, webinar, Bureau of Justice Assistance personnel provided information about the FY 2022 The Kevin and Avonte Program: Reducing Injury and Death of Missing Individuals with Dementia and Developmental Disabilities funding opportunity.
During this webinar, which was held on March 23, 2022, Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) personnel discussed behavioral health interventions and BJA resources that can assist with strategic planning and program implementation to address mental health disorders, co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders, substance use and addiction, criminal justice system responses, school responses, and responses to populations such as youth, tribes, and veterans.
This webinar, held January 14, 2021, was the first of two trainings to help prospective applicants find Bureau of Justice Assistance funding opportunities that address their needs.
In this webinar, First Assistant Ed McCann of the Montgomery County, Pennsylvania District Attorney’s Office explores various mental health defenses in capital cases and how prosecutors can effectively counter them.
Captain Ryan Butler of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department discusses the new mental health crisis training that officers are undergoing so they are better able to identify if a suspect is suffering from a mental health or substance abuse crisis.