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Corporation for National and Community Service (CNS)
The Corporation for National and Community Service provides opportunities for Americans of all ages and backgrounds to engage in service that addresses the Nation's educational, public safety, environmental, and other human needs to achieve direct and demonstrable results and to encourage all Americans to engage in such service. In doing so, the corporation will foster civic responsibility, strengthen the ties that bind us together as a people, and provide educational opportunity for those who make a substantial commitment to service.

CrimeSolutions.gov
CrimeSolutions.gov is a searchable online database of evidence-based programs covering a range of justice-related topics, including victim assistance programs; corrections; courts; crime prevention; substance abuse; juveniles; law enforcement; and technology and forensics. The site is a tool to understand, access and integrate scientific evidence about programs into programmatic and policy decisions.

National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS)
Sponsored by the Office of Justice Programs, NCJRS offers information on victimology and victim assistance, criminal justice, juvenile justice, information to support research, policy, and program development worldwide. NCJRS supplies the victim services field with resources, publications, and program information. The NCJRS library collection includes more than 30,000 resources relevant to the field.

NCJRS: Faith-Based Resources Special Feature
NCJRS presents this compilation of faith-based resources available from Federal agencies.

U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Center for Faith Based Initiatives
The Center for Faith Based Initiatives at USAID was created by executive order on December 12, 2002, to level the playing field so that faith- and community-based groups could compete for funding on an equal level with other organizations. The center and its staff are located within the Administrator's Bureau at USAID in Washington, D.C.

U.S. Department of Agriculture Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
The mission of the center is to empower faith-based and other community organizations to apply for federal social service grants. The center supplies information and training, but it does not make the decisions about which groups will be funded. Those decisions are made through procedures established by each grant program and generally involve a competitive process. No grant funding is set aside for faith-based organizations. Instead, the Faith-Based and Community Initiatives create a level playing field for faith-based and other community organizations so that they can work with the Federal Government to meet the needs of America's communities.

U.S. Department of Education: Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
The goal of the center is to break down existing barriers and empower faith-based and community groups, enlisting them in support of the department's mission to ensure equal access to education and to promote educational excellence for all Americans.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS): Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
The mission of the Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives (CFBCI) is to create an environment within the department (HHS) that welcomes the participation of faith- and community-based organizations as valued and essential partners assisting Americans in need. CFBCI's mission is part of the department's focus on improving human services for our country's neediest citizens. This center leads the department's efforts to better utilize faith- and community-based organizations in providing effective human services.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD): Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
The central mission of the HUD Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives is to empower faith-based and other community organizations to apply for HUD grants. The center supplies information and training, but it does not make the decisions about which groups will be funded. Those decisions are made through procedures established by each grant program and generally involve a competitive process. No grant funding is set aside for faith-based organizations. Instead, the Faith-Based and Community Initiatives create a level playing field for faith-based and other community organizations so that they can work with the government to meet the needs of America's communities.

U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Task Force for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Task Force promotes good works by neighbors, including those in the areas of victims of crime and domestic violence. It is doing so by identifying and eliminating barriers to the participation of faith- and community-based organizations in DOJ grant funding, highlighting best practices, promoting innovative programs, and assisting faith- and community-based groups in competing for grants.

U.S. Department of Labor: Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
The Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives (CFBCI) at the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) seeks to empower faith-based and community organizations (FBCO) as these organizations help their neighbors enter, succeed, and thrive in the workforce. The center works to remove administrative and regulatory barriers and develop innovative programs to foster partnerships between DOL-funded programs and FBCOs. It educates organizations about local opportunities to collaborate with and participate in national grant programs. It also works with local government officials and administrators to integrate faith-based and community organizations into the strategic planning and service delivery processes of local Workforce Investment Boards.

Faith and Service Technical Education Network (FASTEN)
FASTEN offers informational resources and networking opportunities to faith-based practitioners, private philanthropies, and public administrators who seek to collaborate effectively to renew urban communities. An initiative of Pew Charitable Trusts, FASTEN identifies best practices and gathers and disseminates information concerning faith-based services and multisector collaboration. Resource topics include: Orientation to faith-based social services. Maintaining a positive relationship between your nonprofit and your church.

FaithTrust Institute
The Institute provides training and consultation to religious communities on issues of sexual abuse and domestic violence.

Institute for Peace and Justice (IPJ)
Founded by Dr. James McGinnis in 1970, IPJ serves as a peace studies program at St. Louis University. IPJ is an independent, interfaith, not-for-profit organization that creates resources, provides learning experiences, and advocates publicly for alternatives to violence and injustice at the individual, family, community, institutional, and global levels.

Jewish Women International
Jewish Women International, founded in 1897 as B'nai B'rith women, honors the concept of tikkun olam—repairing the world through education, advocacy and action. Guided by a vision of a safe world for women and children, each of its antiviolence initiatives promotes the highest form of tzedakah (charity) by helping women and children become independent and help themselves.

Sabbath of Domestic Peace
This organization is an interdisciplinary, interfaith coalition that encourages and supports the involvement of religious leaders and congregations in the greater Philadelphia area in their efforts to prevent and reduce domestic violence by raising awareness and providing educational and resource materials.

The CASE Partnership
The CASE Partnership, a unique collaboration of prosecutors and faith communities that provides elder fraud prevention, crime detection and reporting, and victim support, is expanding from the Denver area throughout the United States. Fraud Alerts and clergy training sessions are among the proactive efforts being undertaken as a result of this partnership.

OVC-Funded Resources

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Federal Resources

Corporation for National and Community Service (CNS)
The Corporation for National and Community Service provides opportunities for Americans of all ages and backgrounds to engage in service that addresses the Nation's educational, public safety, environmental, and other human needs to achieve direct and demonstrable results and to encourage all Americans to engage in such service. In doing so, the corporation will foster civic responsibility, strengthen the ties that bind us together as a people, and provide educational opportunity for those who make a substantial commitment to service.

CrimeSolutions.gov
CrimeSolutions.gov is a searchable online database of evidence-based programs covering a range of justice-related topics, including victim assistance programs; corrections; courts; crime prevention; substance abuse; juveniles; law enforcement; and technology and forensics. The site is a tool to understand, access and integrate scientific evidence about programs into programmatic and policy decisions.

National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS)
Sponsored by the Office of Justice Programs, NCJRS offers information on victimology and victim assistance, criminal justice, juvenile justice, information to support research, policy, and program development worldwide. NCJRS supplies the victim services field with resources, publications, and program information. The NCJRS library collection includes more than 30,000 resources relevant to the field.

NCJRS: Faith-Based Resources Special Feature
NCJRS presents this compilation of faith-based resources available from Federal agencies.

U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Center for Faith Based Initiatives
The Center for Faith Based Initiatives at USAID was created by executive order on December 12, 2002, to level the playing field so that faith- and community-based groups could compete for funding on an equal level with other organizations. The center and its staff are located within the Administrator's Bureau at USAID in Washington, D.C.

U.S. Department of Agriculture Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
The mission of the center is to empower faith-based and other community organizations to apply for federal social service grants. The center supplies information and training, but it does not make the decisions about which groups will be funded. Those decisions are made through procedures established by each grant program and generally involve a competitive process. No grant funding is set aside for faith-based organizations. Instead, the Faith-Based and Community Initiatives create a level playing field for faith-based and other community organizations so that they can work with the Federal Government to meet the needs of America's communities.

U.S. Department of Education: Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
The goal of the center is to break down existing barriers and empower faith-based and community groups, enlisting them in support of the department's mission to ensure equal access to education and to promote educational excellence for all Americans.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS): Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
The mission of the Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives (CFBCI) is to create an environment within the department (HHS) that welcomes the participation of faith- and community-based organizations as valued and essential partners assisting Americans in need. CFBCI's mission is part of the department's focus on improving human services for our country's neediest citizens. This center leads the department's efforts to better utilize faith- and community-based organizations in providing effective human services.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD): Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
The central mission of the HUD Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives is to empower faith-based and other community organizations to apply for HUD grants. The center supplies information and training, but it does not make the decisions about which groups will be funded. Those decisions are made through procedures established by each grant program and generally involve a competitive process. No grant funding is set aside for faith-based organizations. Instead, the Faith-Based and Community Initiatives create a level playing field for faith-based and other community organizations so that they can work with the government to meet the needs of America's communities.

U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Task Force for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Task Force promotes good works by neighbors, including those in the areas of victims of crime and domestic violence. It is doing so by identifying and eliminating barriers to the participation of faith- and community-based organizations in DOJ grant funding, highlighting best practices, promoting innovative programs, and assisting faith- and community-based groups in competing for grants.

U.S. Department of Labor: Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
The Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives (CFBCI) at the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) seeks to empower faith-based and community organizations (FBCO) as these organizations help their neighbors enter, succeed, and thrive in the workforce. The center works to remove administrative and regulatory barriers and develop innovative programs to foster partnerships between DOL-funded programs and FBCOs. It educates organizations about local opportunities to collaborate with and participate in national grant programs. It also works with local government officials and administrators to integrate faith-based and community organizations into the strategic planning and service delivery processes of local Workforce Investment Boards.

Non-Governmental Resources

Faith and Service Technical Education Network (FASTEN)

FASTEN offers informational resources and networking opportunities to faith-based practitioners, private philanthropies, and public administrators who seek to collaborate effectively to renew urban communities. An initiative of Pew Charitable Trusts, FASTEN identifies best practices and gathers and disseminates information concerning faith-based services and multisector collaboration. Resource topics include: Orientation to faith-based social services. Maintaining a positive relationship between your nonprofit and your church.

FaithTrust Institute

The Institute provides training and consultation to religious communities on issues of sexual abuse and domestic violence.

Institute for Peace and Justice (IPJ)

Founded by Dr. James McGinnis in 1970, IPJ serves as a peace studies program at St. Louis University. IPJ is an independent, interfaith, not-for-profit organization that creates resources, provides learning experiences, and advocates publicly for alternatives to violence and injustice at the individual, family, community, institutional, and global levels.

Jewish Women International

Jewish Women International, founded in 1897 as B'nai B'rith women, honors the concept of tikkun olam—repairing the world through education, advocacy and action. Guided by a vision of a safe world for women and children, each of its antiviolence initiatives promotes the highest form of tzedakah (charity) by helping women and children become independent and help themselves.

Sabbath of Domestic Peace

This organization is an interdisciplinary, interfaith coalition that encourages and supports the involvement of religious leaders and congregations in the greater Philadelphia area in their efforts to prevent and reduce domestic violence by raising awareness and providing educational and resource materials.

The CASE Partnership

The CASE Partnership, a unique collaboration of prosecutors and faith communities that provides elder fraud prevention, crime detection and reporting, and victim support, is expanding from the Denver area throughout the United States. Fraud Alerts and clergy training sessions are among the proactive efforts being undertaken as a result of this partnership.
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