OCAP Grant/Contract Opportunities
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OCAP Awarded Grants
Announcement: Innovative Partnerships Awarded
The OCAP is pleased to announce that five applications were chosen to receive the award of approximately $35,000 per organization, per year.
The five organizations to be funded are: Court Appointed Special Advocates of Mendocino and Lake Counties, Center for Family Strengthening, Fresno Council on Child Abuse Prevention,
Child Abuse Prevention Council of Contra Costa County
and Child Abuse Prevention Council of Sacramento.
The Innovative Partnerships grant provides funding to develop regional collaborative networks between Child Abuse Prevention Councils (CAPCs) and community stakeholders, in an effort to improve child abuse prevention outcomes.
Road to Resilience Grant: A grant that supports 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.
Economic Empowerment Grant: A grant to support the financial empowerment of parents as part of the core child abuse and neglect prevention services provided to families.
Parent Leadership Program: A training and technical assistance program to create parent leaders and empower them to actively participate in program planning and the evaluation of systems in the area of child abuse prevention, specifically to mitigate the major risk factors of poverty and substance abuse.
Community in Unity RFA: Community in Unity will develop collective impact projects with a focus on mitigating poverty and/or substance abuse in targeted areas of need throughout the state of California.
Innovative Partnerships RFA: The Innovative Partnerships program is for the development of regional collaborative networks between Child Abuse Prevention Councils (CAPCs) and community stakeholders, in an effort to improve child abuse prevention outcomes.
Strategies 2.0 RFA: The OCAP is seeking a collaborative applicant (two or more organizations) with the capacity and ability to provide statewide T&TA in best practices and/or promising practices to mitigate the major risk factors of child abuse and neglect, particularly substance abuse and poverty.