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Grants Management Division

Victims of Crime Act

​Victims of Crime Act (VOCA)

Victims of Crime Act Formula Program (VOCA) grants may be used to provide funding to public agencies and not-for-profit organizations that offer direct services to victims of crime. Priority is given to projects that provide services to victims of child abuse, sexual assault, and domestic violence.
 
In addition to these priority categories, the VOCA program funds projects that serve other groups such as victims of burglary or theft, survivors of victims of homicide, victims of drug and alcohol-related crime, elderly victims, and adult survivors of incest. Services to these groups focus on crisis intervention and assistance in obtaining benefits from compensation programs. State agencies, local units of government, and private not-for-profit organizations may apply for these funds.
 
Interested organizations may learn more about the federal VOCA program at Office for Victims of Crime / Crime Victims Fund

Annual VOCA Application
The grant application submission period for the 2020-2021 program is currently closed. Applicants will be notified of award recommendations via email to the agency representatives listed in the applications. The announcement of the 2021-2022 application deadline will be released in the spring of next year.

Related Documents
To view the most recent year's VOCA application cycle announcement, please select the link below:
 
To view the current Annual VOCA Program and Financial Guidelines, please select the link below:
 
To view the most recent year's VOCA awards list, please select the link below:
 
Please select the link below for Quarterly Program Reporting Instructions:

VOCA Subaward Recipients Testimonials

 

Ramey Estep Homes, Inc.

Kentucky CASA Network