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Mentally Ill Offender Crime Reduction Grants

The Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) is the State Administering Agency for the Mentally Ill Offender Crime Reduction (MIOCR) grant projects, as specified in Penal Code Section (PC §) 6045 (see Background Information).  These grants support prevention, intervention, diversion, supervision, services and strategies aimed at reducing recidivism in California’s mentally ill offender population and to improve outcomes for these offenders while continuing to protect public safety.

Grant projects began July 1, 2015 and conclude at the end of the three-year award cycle (June 30, 2018).

Adult Projects Juvenile Projects
Alameda County - $948,459 Contra Costa County - $950,000
El Dorado County - $950,000 Nevada County - $750,000
Los Angeles - $1,834,000 Riverside County - $948,510
Madera County - $869,547 San Diego County - $950,000
Nevada County* - $110,472 San Joaquin County - $949,073
San Francisco City/County - $950,000 Santa Clara County - $946,250
San Luis Obispo County - $950,000 Santa Cruz County - $950,000
Santa Clara County - $887,529 Shasta County - $938,842
Santa Cruz County - $949,995 Solano County - $761,322
Solano County - $949,998 Tuolumne County - $262,730
  Yolo County - $950,000

*received partial funding

MIOCR Adult Project Summaries – PDF

MIOCR Juvenile Project Summaries – PDF

MIOCR Grant Program At-A-Glance