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Deadline

Two months: Jun 23, 2011 Amount Available

Large: $114,000,000 Number of Awards

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Dept. of Housing & Urban Development

FOA #

Section 811 Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities The Basics: Brownfields Assessment Grants provide funds to empower states, communities, tribes, and nonprofits to prevent, inventory, assess, clean up, and reuse brownfield sites.

While local governments themselves are not eligible for this funding, local nonprofits are. Applicants can request a waiver for their housing to be a specific type of disabled person-only. There is no local cost match required. § More information is available at http://goo.gl/DiqeJ

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Community-Based Violence Prevention the perceived risks and costs of involvement in violence among This program provides funding high-risk young people. to support federal, state, and local Applicants must demonstrate partnerships to replicate proven a significant crime and violence multi-disciplinary, communitybased strategies to reduce violence. problem affecting youth (specifically, high levels of shootings and The program’s overall goal is killings over an extended period to replicate programs, such as the of time) to be eligible for this proBoston Gun Project, the Richmond gram. § Comprehensive Homicide Initia- More information is available at tive, and the Chicago CeaseFire http://goo.gl/BjG7H model, to reduce violence in targeted communities. These models each changed community norms regarding violence, provided alternatives to violence when gangs and individuals in the community are making risky behavior decisions, and increased awareness of

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Deadline

Two months: May 23, 2011 Amount Available

Small: $2,200,000+ Number of Awards

Few: 1+ Agency

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

FOA #

OJJDP-2011-2967

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