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Corrections Grants is a resource for correctional leaders, offering information on grants that can be used to fund projects, product purchases and programs to improve correctional facility security, operational efficiency and inmate rehabilitation.

Grand Mental Health will supply the Rogers County Sheriff’s Department with two specialists to assist inmates with mental health issue
The funds will help establish an initiative known as a Medication-Assisted Treatment plan at the Rockingham County Detention Facility
COs must wear the cameras while on duty and activate them during incidents such as entering a housing unit or while escorting inmates in handcuffs or shackles
Through a $1.5 million grant, incarcerated students at MacDougall-Walker Correctional Institute can take classes, such as philosophy, criminal justice, mathematics and more
Pell Grants were officially restored for incarcerated students in 2023, following a nearly 30-year ban that prohibited most incarcerated students from receiving the aid
A five-week training course and certification process will be created to train kitchen staff at Rikers Island and two juvenile justice centers
Prioritize first responder safety and wellness with grants to support initiatives for mental health, resilience and physical fitness
The expansion will allow about 200 incarcerated students to participate each year, increase class offerings from two to eight and strengthen the Prison Education Ambassador Program for Morehouse students
“Heroes work at the New York City Department of Correction, but the truth is, heroes need help, too,” Commissioner Lynelle Maginley-Liddie said
The $498,500 grant will be used toward re-entry services and initiatives; these programs target underlying systems that cause criminal behavior which can have an impact on recidivism rates
The Greene County sheriff said the new facility will help address needs for mental health services and better equip inmates to reenter society
One program is aimed at assessing the efficacy of long-lasting injectable opioid agonists in the ongoing treatment of inmates diagnosed with opioid use disorders
“BIG HOUSE” is the 11th seasoning created by the Smokin’ Bros, who donate a portion of all sales to the Correctional Peace Officers Foundation
Employees came together to supply children, some of inmates, with the supplies they need for a successful school year
Foundation dedicated to breaking the cycle of incarceration offers funding for programs working to expand opportunities for at-risk youth and their communities
The American Rescue Plan funds allocation will provide every CO with a panic button-equipped portable radio
A majority of first responder agencies lack necessary funds for purchasing equipment and technology
Learn practical information like where to look for grants, how to create a strong application and best practices when writing your case
Best practices for a successful grant application
The fund supports the Michigan Department of Corrections’ requirement that officers earn 15 college credits within 24 months of employment
Folsom State Prison inmates purchased 3,822 boxes of Girl Scout cookies
A federal grant worth $1 million in conjunction with Iron County’s $1 million investment will help fund renovation of the jail, which dates back to 1867
The grant, which is half of the project, will fund emergency call boxes, improve security cameras and add new fencing mesh
Funding for the Inside-Out training program will cover costs for one year
Training sessions in VR teach inmates coping skills before they’re released
Schuylkill County Prison requests $160K for 42 additional wireless access points, switches and cables to improve communication between iPads used by COs
Pathways to Wellness aims to create or expand facilities aimed at treating mental health issues, substance use disorders and trauma