Announcement of Funding for Child Sex Abuse Prevention Programs
The Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention Board (CSAEP Board) announces the availability of grant funding for child sexual abuse prevention programs. Applications are now available for fiscal year 2018 that begins July 1, 2017 and ends June 30, 2018. Non-profit organizations and public agencies are eligible to apply for these opportunities that are made available through the Kentucky Child Victims’ Trust Fund. Two types of grants are available:
Statewide Prevention Grant – This grant is available to Kentucky non-profit and public agencies that work toward reducing child sexual abuse and exploitation through primary prevention programs. A program is considered statewide if prevention activities will be conducted in all regions of Kentucky. Statewide Prevention Grant instructions
Regional Prevention Grant – This grant is available to Kentucky non-profit and public agencies that work toward reducing child sexual abuse and exploitation through primary, secondary and/ or tertiary prevention programs. Regional Prevention Grant instructions
Prevention grant applications are available annually. Applications for FY18 must be submitted by April 10, 2017 to be considered for funding. Questions regarding the grant application process and timelines should be directed to AdamC.Miller@ky.gov or by calling (502) 696-5312. Additional information can be found at ICareAboutKids@ky.gov.
Special Note Regarding Funding for Darkness to Light's Stewards of Children Program
Darkness to Light’s Stewards of Children is an evidence-informed solution that increases knowledge, improves attitudes, and changes child protective behaviors. For applicants seeking to provide this program, the Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention Board will give priority consideration to applications that will provide Stewards of Children programming on a statewide basis rather than a regional basis. For more information regarding Stewards of Children visit
Special Note Regarding Prevention Programming Focused on Underserved Populations
The Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention Board is specifically interested in receiving applications to provide prevention programming focused on underserved populations such as adolescents, incarcerated youth, and children and youth with disabilities.