RIGHT Grant 2.0 funds may be used to sustain or expand currently existing programs.
Organizations may seek to utilize funds to provide a new program in institutions where the
program is not currently offered. For new programs, DRP will seek approval from the Warden of
the applicable institution.
This project will provide $20,370,000 total to support eligible community-based, nonprofit
organizations for the purpose of delivering trauma-informed, rehabilitative and/or restorative
justice programming in CDCR institutions.
The applicant is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization or is a nonprofit organization that is fiscally sponsored by a fiscal agent with nonprofit status. Each applicant must have a preexisting record of providing in-prison rehabilitative programming within the department during at least two of the five years preceding their application. Each applicant must have a current existing record of providing a rehabilitative program.
The Organization must have a physical office in California.
The funding must be used in California State Prisons.
How to Apply
State agencies/departments recommend you read the full grant guidelines before applying.
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