During this webinar, Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) personnel provided information about the FY 2022 Improving Adult and Juvenile Crisis Stabilization and Community Reentry Program funding opportunity.
This program will provide funding to enhance or implement clinical services and other evidence-based responses to improve reentry, reduce recidivism, and address the treatment and recovery needs of people with mental health, substance use, or co-occurring disorders who are currently involved in the criminal justice system or were formerly involved.
This program provides resources to support states and units of local government in planning, implementing, or expanding effective reentry and supervision practices and service delivery systems that address individuals’ needs and reduce recidivism.
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The purpose of this solicitation is to enhance corrections systems’ ability to implement and expand education and
employment programs that serve individuals during incarceration and throughout their period of reentry into the
During this March 31, 2022, webinar, Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) personnel highlighted the primary initiatives BJA plans to fund in 2022 that support jails, prisons, the community-based organizations they work with, and experts to support them.
This program provides funding to establish, expand, and improve treatment and recovery support services for people with substance use disorders during their incarceration and upon reentry into the community.
This program provides funding for state, local, and tribal community supervision agencies to develop and test new or enhanced applications of the swift, certain, and fair principles of intervention to reduce recidivism and improve outcomes for people under community supervision.
Through this opportunity, BJA is seeking applications for funding state, local, and tribal governments to enhance or implement performance-based and outcomes-based contracts with reentry, permanent supportive housing, or recovery housing providers to reduce recidivism and address the substance use disorders impacting formerly incarcerated people.
This opportunity will provide funding to deliver training and technical assistance on strategies to strengthen tribal correctional system capacity to enhance public safety and facilitate successful community reintegration efforts.