OCAP Grant/Contract Opportunities
Announcement: Technical Assistance Grant
Technical Assistance Grant: The Office of Child Abuse Prevention is pleased to announce the availability of up to $1.5 million per year of federal and state funding for a Technical Assistance Program. The Technical Assistance Program will provide technical assistance to counties and prevention partners participating in collaborative child abuse and neglect prevention initiatives in California for fiscal years (FY) 2020-23.
Technical Assistance Grant RFA (PDF)
Technical Assistance Grant RFA Q&A (PDF)
Announcement: Technical Assistance Grant Awarded*
Required RFA Forms:
*This is a sample of our Grant Agreement Terms and Conditions and is subject to change prior to grant execution. This document is meant to be used for reference only. Please review this document to ensure compliance can be met should you be awarded a grant.
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.
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.
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.