Three community-based organizations in Baltimore have been awarded nearly $5.5 million in federal grants for violence intervention efforts. The Department of Justice’s Office of Justice Programs on Thursday announced grant awards totaling $100 million to help communities across the U.S. reduce gun crime and other serious violence. Department officials made the announcement during a visit to Baltimore. Amy L. Solomon, the office’s principal deputy assistant attorney general, announced local awards during a roundtable hosted by Roca Baltimore, one of recipients. The Black Mental Health Alliance for Education and Consultation and the Living Classrooms Foundation in Baltimore were also awarded.
U.S. Justice Department awards nearly $5.5 million to violence intervention groups in Baltimore
September 30, 2022