|OJJDP Promising Prevention Programs: Replication and Evaluation Initiative|
The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) has issued a program announcement for the Promising Programs for Substance Abuse Prevention: Replication and Evaluation Initiaitve.
The purpose of the
Initiative is to replicate and test
the effectiveness of two-school based substance
abuse prevention programs.
OJJDP plans to fund the replication evaluation for 5 years. Present solicitation will award funding for 24 months. Funding thereafter will depend upon grantee performance, availability of funds and other criteria established at the time of the award. Up to $2 million is available for the initial 24-month period.
OJJDP invites applications from public and private agencies, organizations, institutions, and individuals. Joint applications are welcome.
Deadline for application is December 30, 2002.
With so many of us wrestling with funding issues and yet trying to put the most effective prevention programs in place in our schools and communities, this is an excellent opportunity. Please feel free to forward this announcement to others who may benefit.
Janette Cline, Interim Director