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Mayor's office of Criminal Justice (MOCJ)
1 Centre Street, Room 1012N, New York, NY 10007
Alison MacLeod
phone: (212) 416-5252
Human Services/Client Services
Demonstration Project
Intent to Award

PIN#00220D0002 - Due: 4/27/2020 3:00 PM

In May 2017, Mayor de Blasio’s Domestic Violence Task Force (DVTF) released a report outlining its recommendations for targeted investments to create durable and effective solutions to domestic violence citywide.

The Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice (MOCJ) is seeking an appropriately qualified vendor(s) to provide abusive partner intervention programming (APIP) for intimate partner violence defendants in the City’s criminal courts in each of the five (5) boroughs. MOCJ anticipates awarding 1 to 5 contracts with multiple vendors through a Demonstration Project in order to implement the Dignity and Respect curriculum which is a flexible 26-week or 16-week curriculum forged from promising practices and evidence-based approaches from around the country. It uses cognitive behavioral strategies to help participants identify harmful thoughts, beliefs, actions, and values with the goal of creating life skills and strategies that promote healthy relationships.

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