A developmentally appropriate juvenile justice system that treats children as children is critical to helping justice-involved youth succeed and avoid future system involvement. OJP is investing more than $177 million in FY 23 to reform state and local juvenile justice systems, expand youth violence prevention and intervention efforts, support mentoring programs and reentry services for young people and their families, meet the needs of vulnerable youth and study outcomes for justice-involved youth.
The list below includes solicitations that support this topic area. For award details, please click on the FY 23 Awards by Solicitation link on the above left-hand side of the page.
|OJJDP FY 23 Enhancing Youth Defense
|OJJDP FY 23 Family-Based Alternatives to Justice Program
|OJJDP FY 23 Juvenile Justice System Reform and Reinvestment Initiative
|OJJDP FY 23 National Mentoring Programs
|OJJDP FY 23 Reducing Risk for Girls in the Juvenile Justice System
|OJJDP FY 23 Second Chance Act Addressing the Needs of Incarcerated Parents and Their Minor Children
|OJJDP FY 23 Second Chance Act Youth Reentry Program
|OJJDP FY 23 Strategies to Support Children Exposed to Violence
|OJJDP FY 23 Supporting Effective Interventions for Youth With Problematic or Illegal Sexual Behavior
|OJJDP FY 23 Supporting Vulnerable and At-Risk Youth Transitioning out of Foster Care
*Funding amounts do not include congressionally directed spending or continuation awards.