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VOCA - Supplemental

Victims of Crime Act Grant Program (Supplemental)

Grant Status Closed

The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute is now accepting proposals for the VOCA Supplemental Grant Program. This is a one-time, one-year supplemental funding opportunity only available to 2022-2024 Victims of Crime Act awardees. Recipients may only request allowable VOCA expenses that were included in the original application submitted for the VOCA 2022-2024 grant cycle but were later removed from the final budget due to funding reductions. Those expenses include all categories: personnel, benefits, travel, supplies, equipment, operating expenses, consultants and contractors.

The award period for this grant is October 1, 2022 – September 30, 2023. Any funds awarded will not be available to be extended beyond the deadline.

Eligible Entities

Eligible entity types include only VOCA 2022-2024 awardees. If selected, subrecipients must protect the privacy and confidentiality of those being provided services and adhere to all of the requirements outlined in the request for proposal. VOCA is a reimbursement-based grant.


This video includes the Q&A hosted by ICJI’s Victim Services Division on the 2022 VOCA Supplemental Funding request for proposal.

Download the PPT or Download the Q&A

TRAINING HUB: For additional webinars on topics ranging from grant writing tips to filling out the Subgrantee Basic Budget form, click here.

Technical Assistance

For technical assistance with submitting an application, contact the ICJI Helpdesk, which is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET, except state holidays. ICJI is not responsible for technical issues with grant submission within 48 hours of grant deadline.

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