The Illinois Juvenile Justice Commission (IJJC) seeks long-term systems improvement through policy and programmatic development at state, local, and non-governmental organization levels. Applicants will be selected based upon their capacity and willingness to collaborate and partner with IJJC and the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice JDJJ to develop innovate and effective youth reentry strategies, identify the policy implications of the projects, provide insight and data supporting these policy implications and communicate policy implications to state and local partners, leading to long-term systemic changes in Illinois juvenile aftercare.
To accomplish these systems improvement goals, IJJC is investing in Juvenile Re-Entry projects with the goal of demonstrating effective strategies for comprehensive aftercare services.
Selected grantees will engage in:
Notice Expiration Date: 4/3/12
Total Amount of Award: $500,000 (12 months)
Estimated Value/Actual Value Description: $1.5 Million (36 months)
Contract Begin Date: 5/15/12
Contract End Date: 6/30/15
Number of Responding Bidders: 24
Number Unsuccessful Responsive Bidders: 22
Total Number Awarded: 2
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