Coordinated Community Response Grant Program
The Taking Action Against Elder Abuse Co-ordinated Community Response Grant Program supports the development or enhancement of co-ordinated community response models. Through a response model, community and government organizations work together to co-ordinate supports and services and increase their capacity to respond to elder abuse. Communities could access up to $150,000 over a three-year period. The final term of the grant will end December 31, 2018.
What does this grant program support?
The program supports the development or enhancement of co-ordinated community responses to elder abuse in Alberta through improved co-ordination among organizations involved in providing services and supports to seniors including, but not limited to, the following:
- Seniors centres
- Police and victim services
- Health service providers
- Family and Community Support Services
- Housing providers
- Indigenous organizations
- LGBTQ+-serving organizations
- Cultural and immigrant-serving organizations