icjiaThe Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority is accepting applications for Victims of Crime Act grants to support the development or expansion of transitional housing and related costs. A total of $5 million in funding is available through this solicitation for use over a period of 12 months.

Funded programs will facilitate victims’ pursuit of safety, independence, and stable housing. Grant awards must be spent over a period of 12 months. Additional funding to extend the grant period will depend on both the availability of funds and project performance during the first 12 months. This funding opportunity will support transitional housing services for persons whose housing needs arise from or are a cause of their victimization. Persons served must be adults (and, when appropriate, their dependent children) and victims of crimes including, but not limited to, domestic violence (including intimate partner violence), human trafficking, anti-LGBTQ+ violence, and forced labor.

To apply, click here. The application deadline is December 1, 2019.

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