|State of New Jersey
"Protecting Public Safety by Changing Offender Behavior"
Victoria L. Kuhn, Esq.
The Grants Management Unit, within the Office of Policy and Planning, is charged with identifying funding opportunities, providing technical support to staff developing grant applications, grant writing, processing of grant applications, fiscal management of grant funds, monitoring of grant activities and grant reporting requirements. The Grants Management Unit also provides technical direction to the organizational units of the New Jersey Department of Corrections to assure compliance with this policy and applicable internal management procedures.
NJDOC applies for and currently manages over $51 million in the following types of Federal, State and private active grants:
Grant Opportunity - Are you a community agency looking for funding to support reentry programs for those coming home from prison? Check out this new funding opportunity
The New Jersey Department of Corrections (NJDOC) thanks you for the opportunity to collaborate on providing services that are in alignment with its mission statement. We encourage organizations and agencies to take advantage of grant offerings as they become available.
Letter of Support requests to the NJDOC for Grant applications or Request For Proposals (RFPs) are submitted via e-mail with information provided on a PDF fillable form. All requests must be submitted at least 12 business days prior to the application/ proposal deadline. Click here for the PDF form and follow these instructions for submitting a Letter of Support request.
If you have any questions regarding NJ LEAD, please email email@example.com with subject line: NJLEAD Question with appropriate category designation. In an unprecedented move to expand support of reentry services for individuals exiting the state’s correctional system, the New Jersey Department of Corrections has launched launching the New Jersey Locally Empowered, Accountable and Determined (NJ LEAD) $3M grant. The current funding category is:
A. Reintegration Service Coordination in Urban Communities This category will support a Municipal Reintegration Service Coordinator who will serve as the lead convener of interagency interdisciplinary service coordination for the Mayor’s Office and the Chief liaison to the New Jersey Department of Corrections, Office of Community Engagement and Reentry Initiatives.
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