Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2022, $500,000)
The National Institute for Criminal Justice Reform (NICJR), as administrative entity of the Credible Messenger Mentoring Project, will sub-grant funds to Youth ALIVE! (YA) and Community & Youth Outreach (CYO) to implement evidence-based community violence response models to address gun violence in Oakland, CA. This funding will be used to expand the organizational capacities of YA and CYO, as well as strengthen collaborative efforts to prevent violent crime and provide victim services to over 400 Oaklanders involved in violence as victims and/or offenders.
- Enhancing School Violence Intervention and Prevention Teams in the Oakland Unified School District
- Educational Service District 112 proposes to provide behavioral health and case coordination services to at risk youth involved with juvenile justice and threat assessment program in Clark County WA.
- BCFS Health and Human Services: Youth Averted from Delinquency Mentoring