NJCDD Current Grants

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One of the ways the NJCDD works to promote the goals and objectives in its five-year plan is by offering grants to organizations and programs that are true innovators in providing services to people with developmental disabilities. Each fiscal year, the Council accepts proposals from qualified applicants. Once grant proposals are evaluated, grants may be awarded on single or multi-year bases.

When selecting programs to support, the NJCDD searches for new, creative, and sustainable programs that broaden opportunities for people with developmental disabilities in New Jersey.

The following is a list of the programs and organizations that are currently receiving grants from the NJCDD.

The Supportive Housing Association of NJ

The Housing Navigation Program: Building Capacity to Expand Housing for People with I/DD

The Supportive Housing Association of NJ (SHA) received a grant to deliver training for people who support individuals with I/DD seeking supportive housing. Participants will receive thirty-five hours of housing navigation training over nine weeks. Read More


New Jersey Association of Community Providers (NJACP)

Coalition for a DSP Living Wage

The goal of this project is to build and grow a strategic coalition to create urgency around the issue of direct support professional (DSP) wages, and build pressure that compels policymakers to move it forward. Read More


The Arc of New Jersey

Training and Resource Databank

The goals of this project are to research the training resources currently available to individuals, families, and disability advocates in NJ, develop an accessible online databank of those resources, identify gaps in the training and materials, and develop recommendations to address those gaps. Access DD Training Resources


Best Buddies International, Inc.

Innovative initiatives to increase meaningful competitive employment for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) in New Jersey

Best Buddies International, Inc. was awarded a grant to increase meaningful competitive employment for people with IDD in New Jersey in new and exciting business settings. Best Buddies will deliver pre-employment transition services to 25 transition age students. Read More


SPAN Advocacy

SEVA – Special Education Volunteer Advocate Training

The goal of this project is to establish a Special Education Volunteer Advocates (SEVA) program building on their existing 6-part Resource Parent Training Program. Read More

Community Options, Inc.

Innovative initiatives to address challenges and barriers to transportation for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) in New Jersey

Community Options, Inc. was awarded a grant to implement Autobility NJ. The goal is to improve access to transportation for individuals with disabilities so they can become more self-sufficient. Read More

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