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FY 2019 Request for Applications
Note to Users: For those users who may be using the originally posted PDF version of the application, you may see some of the formatting errors that were corrected on the 7/9 update. If you discover this issue, we can correct the document you have filled out so you do not have to retype anything. We can also convert it to a Word document for you to finalize if preferred.
*** RFA Scoring has been extended to Friday, August 31, 2018.
RFA CBS Application (Word) Added 7/23/18 5:00pm
RFA CBS Application (PDF) (Updated 7/09/18 - 10:00am) (Updated version fixed formatting issues)
Attachment D1 Operations by Percentage (update 6/27/18 2:15pm)
Attachment D1 Operations by Amount (update 7/16/18 6:35pm)
Additional Program Plans Form (As needed for Section IV)
Additional Information Page (As needed to provide more information on any question)
RFA OAYS Question / Answers (Posted 8/2/18 - 12:10pm
Community Based Youth Services
The Community-Based Youth Services Division is the branch of the Office of Juvenile Affairs that contracts with private and public organizations to provide prevention and intervention services.
The Division has two units, The Community-Based Youth Services Unit (CBYSU) and the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP).
The CBYSU maintains, monitors, and provides technical assistance to a comprehensive network of designated youth service agencies throughout Oklahoma that provide quality prevention, early intervention, and treatment services to at-risk youth and families. The services provided include: emergency shelter beds; First Time Offender Program; Community Intervention Centers; crisis intervention; individual, family, and group counseling; prevention and substance abuse groups; transitional living programs; teen court programs; and tutoring, mentoring, and case management.
Within the Community-Based Youth Services Division, the OJJDP Unit manages, directs, and provides technical assistance to the agencies that are federal Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Grant Program recipients.