The Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC)
The Youth Reinvestment Grant Program was established in the 2018 Budget Act (Senate Bill 840, Chapter 29, Statutes of 2018) and the related trailer bill (Assembly Bill 1812, Chapter 36, Statutes of 2018) to provide funding for implementing diversion programs in high rates of racial/ethnic disproportionality within juvenile arrests and diversion programs for Indian children using trauma-informed, community -based and health –based interventions.  
Program:  Youth Reinvestment Grant Program
http://www.bscc.ca.gov/s_youthreinvestmentgrantprogram.php 
Amount:  The Grant provides $37.3 million
The funding for the Youth Reinvestment Grant Program will be allocated as follows:
• $35,062,000, must be awarded to local jurisdictions through a competitive grant process for implementing evidence-based, trauma-informed, culturally relevant, and developmentally appropriate diversion programs in underserved communities with high rates of juvenile arrests and high rates of racial/ethnic disproportionality within those juvenile arrests.

  • $1,119,000, must be awarded to Indian tribes for implementing diversion programs for Indian children using trauma-informed, community-based, and health-based interventions.
    *This grant is currently in development and awards are anticipated to be made by June 30, 2019

The Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) 
The Adult Reentry Grant Program was established through the Budget Act of 2018 (Senate Bill 840, Chapter 29, Statute of 2018) and appropriated $50,000,000 in funding for competitive awards to community based organizations (CBOs) to support offenders formerly incarcerated in state prison.
Program:  Adult Reentry Grant Program 
http://www.bscc.ca.gov/s_adultreentrygrant_program.php
Amount:  $50,000,000 in funding for competitive awards to community based organizations to support offenders formers incarcerated in state prison 
The funding for the Adult Reentry Grant program will be allocated as follows:

  • $25 million be available for rental assistance
  • $15 million for the rehabilitation of existing property or buildings for housing offenders released from prison
  • $9.35 million to support the warm handoff and reentry of offenders transitioning from prison to communities
    *This grant is currently in development and awards are anticipated to be made by June 30, 2019