Grant Solicitation Resources
Grant Solicitation Resources for Treatment Courts
Adult Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program FY 2019 Competitive Grant
Webinar: Applying for BJA's Adult Drug Court Discretionary Grant: What You Need to Know
The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) Adult Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program 2019 Competitive Grant has been announced! Learn how to write a successful application- listen to this NDCRC webinar with Gregory Torain, BJA Policy Advisor. He reviews the 2019 solicitation guidelines, provides an explanation of the application requirements, and answers specific questions from listeners
More about the solicitation:
The purpose of the Adult Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program (ADCDGP) is to equip courts and community supervision systems with the necessary tools and resources, utilizing the most current evidence-based practices and principles, to intervene with participants who abuse substances while preparing them for success in the community.
Read the full solicitation: https://www.bja.gov/Funding/ADC19.pdf
Solicitation closes on April 16, 2019
Examples of Adult Drug Court program narratives:
FY2019 Opportunities for Tribes
The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) Adult Drug Court solicitation offers grants to establish new drug courts or enhance existing drug court programs. Federally recognized Indian tribal governments are eligible for both categories. In fact, in FY 2018, nine (9) tribes were awarded grants! This webinar will overview the FY 2019 solicitation, including requirements of the grants, the tribal key components, performance measures, and grant writing tips. Watch the webinar here.
Other resources for grant writing:
Health Care Reform The changes brought forth by the Affordable Care Act will have significant implications for substance abuse treatment systems; including drug courts. The ACA publications and Resources are the most up-to-date
resources and publications on the Affordable Care Act.
Targeting Research shows that drug courts work best for individuals who are both high-risk and high-need. These and fact sheets review research and evidence to assist programs in the proper targeting for their drug courts.
Evidence-Based Practices In order to ensure fidelity to the drug court model, it is important that programs utilize best practices. These websites and monograph provide research to guide drug courts in their efforts to reach a
higher standard of operations.
- Quality Improvement For Drug Courts Monograph
- Translating Drug Court Research into Practice
- Office of Justice Programs - Crime Solutions Website
- SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP website)
- SAMHSA's Guide to Evidence Based Practices
- The Multisite Adult Drug Court Evaluation
- Drug Court Practitioner Fact Sheet: Extended-Release Naltrexone
- Drug Court Practitioner Fact Sheet: Selecting and Using Risk and Need Assessments
- Tribal Healing to Wellness Court - Key Components
DWI Courts Documents and publications provided by the National Center for DWI Courts
Veterans Treatment Courts Documents and publications provided by Justice for Vets.
Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts The Tribal Court Clearinghouse is a project of the Tribal Law and Policy Institute and provides extensive information on tribal drug court specific resources.
Co-Occurring Disorder Courts These resources will help you in the screening and treatment with clients in your Co-Occurring Court
Juvenile and Family Drug Courts These are publications dealing with current research in Family and Juvenile Drug Courts
Standards, 10 Keys and 7 Design Features These resources describe the basic elements that define effective drug courts. The purpose of each aspect is explained along with guidance for implementation and performance benchmarks.
- Drug Court 10 Key Components
- Drug Court Ten Key Components to Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standards Crosswalk
- The 10 Key Components and Corresponding BJA-NIJ Seven Program Design Features
- Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standards Volume I
- Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standards Volume II
- Dr. Douglas Marlowe Presentation on Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standards
Medication Assisted Treatment These resources provide an introduction to the use of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) in drug courts.
Additional Resources These resources will provide additional information on BJA approved trainings offered by NDCI, a listing of state drug court coordinators and the OJP Financial Guide.