Sexual Assault Service Program (SASP) funding goes to organizations that provide direct intervention and related assistance to victims of sexual assault. These funds provide funding specifically for sexual assault programs (rape crisis centers), dual domestic violence/sexual assault programs, and child advocacy programs.
Visit the DCJ Grants page to apply for SASP grant funds.
What Does SASP Fund?
SASP funds cannot be used to support sexual assault forensic examiner projects or criminal justice activities. SASP funds can be used to provide direct services including:
- Accompaniment (i.e. accompanying victims to court, medical facilities, etc.)
- Support services
- Assistance to sexual assault survivors and those impacted by the crime
- What Organizations Have Received SASP Funding?
Click on the report from a given year to view what organizations have received SASP funding: