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2018-19 Child Advocacy Center (KC) Program RFAThe purpose of the KC Program is to fund affiliate, developing, and accredited Child Advocacy Centers (CACs) in California who provide services to child abuse victims to reduce trauma to children and their families by using a multidisciplinary team approach.Children's Programs$9,110,000263
2018-19 California CASA Association Training and Recruitment (KR) Program RFAThe purpose of the KR Program is to increase services to children in foster care by recruiting Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers statewide and to provide the required training to CASA volunteers.RFA$350,000262
2018-19 Probation Officer Training (PT) Program RFAThe purpose of the PT Program is to develop a robust curriculum and delivery of specialized training to California’s probation officers. The training will be victim-centered and focus on enhancing probation officers’ knowledge and skills regarding violence against women, specifically in the area of the supervision of probationers convicted of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking.Victim/Witness Programs$71,000260
2018-19 Campus Sexual Assault (CT) Program RFAThe purpose of the CT Program is to maintain a comprehensive coordinated community response that is victim/survivor-centered, enhances victim/survivor safety (regardless of whether or not they report the crime to law enforcement or other investigatory bodies and regardless of whether or not they choose to participate in an investigation), provides confidential services to sexual assault victims/survivors, holds offenders accountable, and includes prevention activities.Sexual Assault Programs$400,000261
2018-19 Improving Outcomes for Transition Age Youth Victims of Human Trafficking Pilot (IP) Program RFPThe purpose of the IP Program is to develop strategies to address identified gaps in the identification, engagement, and provision of services to Transition Age Youth (TAY) – young people between the ages of 16 and 24 – who are not currently involved in the juvenile justice or child welfare systems, or who may be in transition from foster care or other form of court jurisdiction, and are at-risk or victims of human trafficking.Human Trafficking Programs$660,000258



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