Funding Opportunities

WA-PCJJ Grant Applications

No application notices at this time.

WA-PCJJ Technical Assistance Request 

Organizations wishing to request technical assistance and/or training funds from the WA-PCJJ should first contact Alice Coil, Alice.Coil@dcyf.wa.gov, to discuss your request.

After discussing your request, please complete the Technical Assistance Request Form and submit to Alice Coil via email at Alice.Coil@dcyf.wa.gov.

Use this progress report template to submit your project outcomes.

Current OJJDP Title II Grant Recipients

The Washington State Partnership Council on Juvenile Justice allocates federal Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquent Prevention (OJJDP) Title II Grant Funds.  The DCYF Office of Juvenile Justice administers the Title II Grants Program.

Current OJJDP Title II Grant Recipients:

  • Tulalip Tribal Court supporting their efforts to create a joint task force with child-serving systems with the Tulalip Juvenile Court and the Snohomish Juvenile Court.
  • Law Enforcement Data Analysis Project aimed at expanding arrest data analysis statewide in an effort to identify trends that would assist local government, law enforcement agencies, and state government in implementing effective and equitable laws and policing strategies.  
  • Spokane Public Schools’ In-School Diversion Program, a restorative interventions for suspensions, expulsions, and arrests.
  • Choose 180’s School-based Diversion Program at Highline School District for youth at risk of suspension and expulsion. 
  • Enhance trauma-informed training modules to include racial trauma and train-the-trainers technical assistance for statewide juvenile justice and child welfare non-licensed and licensed mental health professionals.  Community Passageways is the host for this program development. 
  • BOLD Solutions behavioral health program for BIPOC girls with behavioral and mental health needs referred by the Pierce County Juvenile Court.
  • Second Chance Outreach program and wraparound services for youth at risk of gang involvement exiting the juvenile systems and returning to Snohomish and Skagit counties. 
  • Financial literary courses and mentoring for Juvenile Rehabilitation youth at Echo Glen Children’s Center, Green Hill School, Naselle Youth Camp, and Oakridge Community Facility.  Classes and mentoring programs offered by Your Money Matters Mentoring.