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501789 - Juvenile Delinquency Prevention - Services for Black Girls
Funding Opportunity Details

Juvenile Delinquency Prevention

Final Application Deadline: Apr 28, 2023 4:30 PM

  • Status Posted

    Posted Date Mar 2, 2023 11:43 AM

    Award Amount RangeNo Limit - $52,000.00

    Project Dates 07/01/2023 - 06/30/2024

    Award Announcement Date 05/17/2023

    Categorical Area Justice, Youth

    Recurring Opportunity No

DescriptionFile NameTypeSizeUpload Date
Information and instructions for completing the application process. Information and Instructions.pdfpdf264 KB02/27/2023 05:44 PM
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Mar 15, 2023 1:32 PMHow do we find data on "justice-involved Black girls in the identified community"? I see a need and would think there is a disproportionate amount of impact with them in our community but not sure where I would find this data or what type of data you are looking for?It will be up to the applicants to decide what data measures they want to use because it may vary depending on what is being proposed (e.g. if someone plans to apply for something that targets substance abuse, they might use data on drug/alcohol related charges). On CJJP's "racial and ethnic disparities data" webpage (https://humanrights.iowa.gov/cjjp/data), there is a link to our DMC compliance plan that will give you an example of broad strokes data used in reporting to the feds, but we aren't putting any limitations on what data folks use to make their case. On that same page there is a link to the EZA (http://dev.ncjj.org/ojstatbb_usp/ezajcd/). It is a tool that allows you to access some relevant data. A conversation with whoever the local go-to data person at JCS is wouldn't hurt either.