Teri Morton, Deputy Controller
Ingham County Controller's Office, Room 101
341 S. Jefferson
P.O. Box 319
Mason, MI 48854
Eligible organizations may obtain further information on requesting 2022 Juvenile Justice Millage Community Agency Applications by contacting the Deputy Controller Teri Morton at (517) 676-7211 or Rachel Prettenhofer at (517) 676-7206. You may also e-mail email@example.com for additional information.
2022 Press Release
Letter to Community Agency Leaders
Priority consideration will be given to those proposals which most appropriately meet the adopted Ingham County Continuum of Care Model (Resolution #06-002 ) as well as those proposals that leverage other sources of funds.
Ingham County announces that the 2022 Juvenile Justice Community Agency grant application process has begun. Ingham County will provide financial support to community agencies that are primarily non-profit organizations. The Board of Commissioners reserves a small portion of the Juvenile Justice Millage proceeds ($175,000 in 2022) to further the goals and objectives of the County's Juvenile Justice Millage.
The grant awards are from January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2022. This grant process supports the Board of Commissioners' intent of seeking proposals from qualified vendors to increase the capacity of the county juvenile justice system for the treatment of delinquent and disturbed youth, with the intent to reduce the involvement of youth in the formal adjudication process.
WHAT YOU NEED:
Due Date: Applications must be submitted by Wednesday, August 18th 2021 by 5:00 p.m.
A current copy of your organization's Commercial General Liability Insurance is required should you be awarded a grant. This insurance certificate should include specific "additional insured" wording as noted in the agreement with Ingham County that you would receive as a grant recipient.