This fact sheet provides information about the Byrne State Crisis Intervention Program, authorized by the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act of 2022, which provides formula funds to implement state crisis intervention court proceedings and related programs or initiatives.
This fact sheet provides an overview of the Byrne State Crisis Intervention Program (SCIP) which is authorized by the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act of 2022, and provides formula funds to implement state crisis intervention court proceedings and related programs or initiatives. Related programs and initiatives include extreme risk protection order (ERPO) programs, mental health courts, drug courts, and veterans’ treatment courts. The fact sheet cites the legislation that authorizes it; provides a link for current information on award and funding information; and describes grant eligibility and program guidance, lists allowable uses for the award monies, award length, and training and technical assistance. The document informs that there is no match requirement for Byrne SCIP.
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