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Posted on: January 4, 2023

Hoke County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Request for Proposal FY 2023-24

Hoke County Juvenile Crime Prevention

HOKE County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council

Request for Proposals FY 2023-24 

Anticipated Annual Allocation $165,302

Require Match Rate: 10%

Date Advertised: Jan 4 - Feb 3, 2023

The Juvenile Crime Prevention Council (JCPC) has studied the risk factors and needs of Juvenile Court involved youth in this county and hereby publishes this Request for Proposals. The JCPC anticipates funds from the NC Dept. of Public Safety Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention in the amount stated above to fund the program types specified below. Such programs will serve delinquent and at-risk youth for the state fiscal year 2023-2024 beginning on, or after, July 1, 2023. The use of these funds in this county requires a local match in the amount specified above. The county can approve programs for 1 or 2 year funding awards, dependent on county approval and programs meeting all requirements.

Based on identified needed programs and possible gaps in the service continuum, the following checked program types will be considered for funding:

  • Mentoring Services
  • Restitution/Community Service
  • Teen Court - including Sentencing and Responsive Circles
  • Interpersonal Skill Building
  • Tutoring/Academic Enhancement
  • Juvenile Structured Day
Proposed program services should target the following risk factors for delinquency or repeat delinquency:

Elevated risk factors: School behavioral issues, negative peer association, parental supervision/ability, alcohol/substance abuse.
Elevated needs for adjudicated juveniles: Mental health needs, academic function, conflict in the home, parenting skills,
abuse and neglect history, substance abuse, school behavior problems

Proposed services should address the following concerns as reported in the Youth Assessment Screening
Instrument (YASI) for adjudicated youth:
Peer Domain: Elevated levels of Association with Gang Members, and No friends/No Consistent Friends
Individual Domain: Elevated levels of Previous Referrals, Referrals to DJJ, and Felony Referrals
School Domain: Elevated levels of School Administrator Intervention

Applicants are being sought that are able to address items below:
1. Program services compatible with research that are shown to be effective with juvenile offenders.
2. Program services are outcome-based.
3. The program has an evaluation component.
4. Program services detect gang participation and divert individuals from gang participation.
5. Awareness of and sensitivity to Racial Ethnic Disparity that exists in the County.
6. Programs are encouraged to provide effective programming that includes restorative justice practices

Only local public agencies, 501c3 non-profit corporations and local housing authorities will be considered for funding.


In order to apply for FY 2023-2024 JCPC funding, you must complete and submit your application online by accessing NC ALLIES. Please read and follow all instructions at:

Additional self-help videos on the NC ALLIES webpage are available by clinking on the HELP tab.

Private non-profits are also required to submit, by uploading in NC ALLIES, the following:

1) No Over Due Tax form, 2) DPS Conflict of Interest Statement, 3) Agency Conflict of Interest Policy, and 4) Proof of 501(c)(3) status. (#1 & #2 are available at the above link.)


For assistance locally, contact:

Mrs. Lorraine Landry (910)494-4380
Hoke County JCPC Coordinator Telephone / Email

For further information or other technical assistance about applying for JCPC funds in Hoke County or about the program application workshop, contact

Mrs. Kelly Cribb , DPS Area Consultant at (984)867-6847.

The application submission deadline online within NC ALLIES : February 3rd, 2023 by 5:00pm


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