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Grants

The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) provides a comprehensive approach to administering and acquiring various types of grants. In cooperation with the Texas Legislature, the OAG provides vital support to victims of crime throughout the state by awarding grants and contracts to hundreds of local and statewide victim assistance programs.

Common Questions

Are There Currently Any Grants Available?

At this time our office does not currently have any open solicitations. You can keep informed of upcoming funding opportunities by signing up for the Grants Administration updates.

Learn more on how to sign up for email subscriptions.

What Resources are Available for Managing and Administering a Grant I Received?

All Applicants and Grantees should review and be familiar with the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) administrative rules governing the grant programs. These rules are published in the Secretary of State, Texas Administrative Code (TAC). Learn more about the TAC Rules.

In addition to the OAG's administrative rules, Applicants and Grantees should be familiar with the Uniform Grant Management Standards (UGMS) and relevant Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) that relate to state, and if applicable, federal grant funding. Learn more about UGMS. Learn more about 2 CFR 200.

How does The Office of the Attorney General Support Victim Services Grants?

Working in partnership with local and statewide law enforcement agencies and nonprofit organizations, the OAG continues to focus on minimizing the physical and emotional trauma experienced by children and adults who are victims of crime.

Through victim service grants, the OAG demonstrates a commitment to cultivating an environment where the needs of crime victims are expediently identified and effectively met in communities of varying size. The fiscal support provided by the OAG helps to empower communities to develop robust local networks that reflect their respective crime victim population needs. The Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, Article 56.541, authorizes the OAG to use monies appropriated from the Compensation to Victims of Crime Fund for grants and contracts supporting victim related services or assistance.

The Legislature has approved different types of specialty grants, such as the Choose Life Grant Program and the Big Brother Big Sister Program. The Legislature charged the OAG with administering those funds.

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Grant Awards Search

Grant Awards

Search our database of awarded grants.

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Publications and Reports

This is a Legislatively required annual report detailing the crime victim grant awards.

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