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OCAP grants announced, applications due by 12-14-18

The Office of Child Abuse and Prevention (OCAP) recently announced a funding opportunity that may align with the work of California based ACEs champions. Please see the details below, the OCAP Grants link, and the attached document for further details.  
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The Office of Child Abuse Prevention (OCAP) administers federal grants, contracts, and state programs designed to promote best practices and innovative approaches to child abuse prevention, intervention, and treatment. The OCAP serves as a statewide source of information, developing and disseminating educational material regarding prevention/early intervention programs, activities, and research. The federal grants administered by OCAP are the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA); Community Based Child Abuse Prevention (CBCAP); and Promoting Safe and Stable Families (PSSF). 

The California Department of Social Services (OCAP) is pleased to announce the Road to Resilience Partnerships RFA for FY 2019-22.

This RFA will award competitive grant funds to partnerships that, through interagency collaboration and integration of services, identify and serve pregnant women with known histories of substance use, pregnant women with current substance use, and mothers of substance-exposed infants.

 Grantees will do so through developing or strengthening collaborative partnerships among health service providers, county child welfare, county public health, behavioral health, and community-based organizations to identify the target population, take steps to eliminate their substance use and prevent relapse and ameliorate negative child outcomes associated with parental substance use.

Up to15 grantees will receive approximately $400 - $600K / year for FY 2019-22.
Preference will be given to Applicants that are affiliated with Native American tribes in California, including federally recognized tribes and non-profit Tribal Organizations, and agencies affiliated with populations that are disproportionately represented in the child welfare system as well as geographic areas lacking in resources to serve this population.

SOW Instructions
RFA Forms A-G  (Zipped File) 

Note: If you experience any problems with any of the forms, please


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