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California Violence Intervention and Prevention Grant Program

About the CalVIP Grant

The Fiscal Year 2017-18 State Budget Act (Statutes of 2017, Chapter 14) included funding in the amount of $9,215,000 for the CalVIP Grant Program, to be administered by the BSCC. This program replaced the former California Gang Reduction, Intervention and Prevention (CalGRIP) Grant Program, which had been funded annually through the State Budget Act.

Eligibility to apply for the CalVIP grant was limited to California cities and community-based organizations.

FY 2017-18 CalVIP Grantees

Cities Community-Based Organizations
Compton Another Choice, Another Chance (Sacramento)
Los Angeles Brotherhood Crusade (Los Angeles)
Oakland Catholic Charities of the East Bay (Oakland)
Pasadena Centinela Youth Services (Compton)
Perris Fresh Lifelines for Youth (Oakland)
Richmond Huckleberry Youth Programs (San Francisco)
Sacramento Sierra Health Foundation (Sacramento)
San Bernardino South Bay Workforce Investment Board (Inglewood)
Stockton Young Visionaries Youth Leadership Academy (San Bernardino)
Vallejo Youth Alive! (Oakland)

Click here for a list of Project Summaries.

Statutory Grant Requirements

Applicants to the CalVIP grant must meet the following requirements:

CalVIP Executive Steering Committee (ESC)

The following individuals served on the CalVIP ESC to develop the Request for Proposals. They also read and scored the proposals as a part of the competitive process.

CalVIP Request for Proposals (RFP)