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Federal Victims of Crime Act Victim Assistance Grant (VOCA)

Purpose
To provide direct services to crime victims. Direct services are defined as those efforts that (1) respond to the emotional and physical needs of crime victims; (2) assist primary and secondary victims of crime to stabilize their lives after a victimization; (3) assist victims to understand and participate in the criminal justice system; and (4) provide victims of crime with a measure of safety such as boarding up broken windows and replacing or repairing locks. Priority is given to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse. A minimum of 10% of each federal fiscal year's grant will be allocated to each of the priority categories of crime victims. An additional 10% minimum of each VOCA grant will be allocated to victims of violent crime who were previously underserved. (e.g., DUI, robbery, gang violence, etc.)

Eligible Applicants

Funds are available to units of state or local government, tribal organizations, and nonprofit community and faith-based organizations. A 20% non-federal cash or in-kind match is required.

Funding Source

U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime

Report
Kansas Implementation Plan 2022-2025

Reporting Requirements
2022 VOCA Reporting Requirements Zoom Training Video

2022 VOCA Reporting Requirements Training PowerPoint

2022 VOCA Civil Rights Zoom Training Video

2022 VOCA Civil Rights Training PowerPoint

2022 VOCA Financial Management Zoom Training Video

2022 VOCA Financial Management Training PowerPoint

2022 VOCA Grant Assurances Zoom Training Video

 2022 VOCA Grant Assurances Training PowerPoint

Match Waiver Policy
Kansas VOCA Match Waiver Policy

VOCA Match Waiver Webinar PowerPoint


To Apply
Applications are not being accepted at this time.

Press Release
2022 VOCA and SAVP Awards Press Release


VOCA Stats