Alkermes Inspiration Grant: Awards up to $1 million for the development or expansion of innovative programs to support the mental health and addiction communities. Click on the link for further details. http://www.alkermes.com/responsibility/inspiration-grants
Submission Period: 09/12/16 to 10/07/16
Multi-System Collaboration Training and Technical Assistance Program: The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform (CJJR), in partnership with the Center for Coordinated Assistance to the States, has issued a request for applications from jurisdictions seeking to engage in multi-system improvement efforts. The program supports jurisdictions that are interested in developing a sound infrastructure to promote multi-system approaches to serving at-risk, justice-involved youth and their families. Approved parties will be provided distance learning training and technical assistance to a cohort of up to 6 jurisdictions to help them identify gaps in policy and practice, enhance information sharing capacities, explore how key decision points impact the trajectory of the youth currently being served, understand utilization of logic models to develop youth- and system-level outcome measures, and support culture change through leadership development.
An informational call for prospective applicants is being held on October 4, 2016 at 2:00 pm ET. Call-in number: 1-866-910-4857; passcode: 863624#.
Submission Period: Through 11/11/2016
SOAR Technical Assistance Opportunity for Criminal Justice Programs: SAMSHA is now accepting applications from Criminal Justice agencies and institutions that have not yet participated in the federally sponsored SOAR Technical Assistance Program.
Please respond to Dazara Ware, Senior Project Associate, SOAR Technical Assistance Center, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org by January 27, 2017 to express your interest in completing an application (this is requested but not required).
Applications are due by February 10, 2017.
To register, please contact Haley Durig at email@example.com with the following information: name, county/jurisdiction, position, role in CIT program, and contact information.
Victims Rights Training: Ohio Crime Victim Justice Center offers free cross-disciplinary victims' rights training to SANE nurses and medical personnel, law enforcement officers, prosecutors, attorneys, judges, victim advocates, and victim service providers in counties and regions across Ohio. These trainings serve to provide the education and tools necessary to protect victims' rights in Ohio. As part of the training, OCVJC hopes to bring together varying perspectives within a county or region to begin a conversation on crime victims' rights. This FREE 4 hour training o ffers 3.5 CLE and CEU credits!
Stepping Up Together: Ohio Counties Meet for The Stepping Up Summit
Medicaid and the Jail Population Webinar
Attorney General's Task Force on Criminal Justice and Mental Illness Meeting: Ideas that Cost Nothing
Ending the Criminalization of Mental Illness: Judge Leifman and Cindy Schwartz, Miami Dade County, Florida