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Second Chance Act (SCA) Programs

FY 2023 Second Chance Act Smart Supervision Program

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This program provides resources to support states and units of local government in planning, implementing, or expanding effective supervision capacity to address individuals’ needs and reduce recidivism.

FY 2022 Second Chance Act Community-based Reentry Program

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This opportunity will provide funding under the Second Chance Act to nonprofit organizations and Indian tribes to provide reentry services and programs.

FY 2022 Second Chance Act Pay for Success Initiative

Closing Date
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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.

Second Chance Act Pay for Success Funding Available

The FY 2021 Second Chance Act Pay for Success Initiative funding opportunity is now available.

This program provides funding for 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.

The deadlines associated with this opportunity are as follows:

  • Grants.gov...

FY 2021 Second Chance Act Pay for Success Initiative

Closing Date
This program provides funding for 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.