Over $4 million awarded to Michigan Tribes through tribal-specific grant program with DOJ

Yesterday, the Department of Justice awarded over $97 million to 206 federally recognized Tribes that had applied to the Department’s Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation.  The program has awarded more than $620 million since it launched in 2010.  $30.5 million have been granted to Michigan Tribes in that time.  Its purpose is to improve public safety and victim services.

Link to DOJ awards list here.

Link to DOJ statement here.

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