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Crime Prevention Investment Plan projects

The tables below show the current year of funding, followed by the previous year. The funding listed for the current calendar year is the approved grant amount. 

Funding Process: Crime Prevention Investment Plan (CPIP) supports social development projects that seek to influence the root social and economic causes of crime. The next call for applications is planned for spring or summer of 2021. Visit Call for funding proposals for currently open calls.

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​Organization ​2019 Funding ​2019 Funded programs
Aboriginal Friendship Centre of Calgary ​$80,000 ​Crime Prevention and Community Reintegration Program through the Principles of Siim ohksin: Wakhotiwin
Aspen Family and Community Network Society ​$60,0​00 ​Expanding Element
Big Brothers Big Sisters Society of Calgary and Area ​$83,000 ​Mentoring At-Risk MASST Youth Through Transitions
Calgary Alpha House Society

​$125,000 ​DOAP & Calgary Transit Partnership
​​Calgary John Howard Society ​$84,000 ​Immigrant Youth Crime Prevention Program
Calgary Legal Guidance Society​ ​$136,000 ​Sahwoo Mohkaak Tsi Ma Taas (Blackfoot translation: "Before Being Judged")
Calgary Youth Justice Society ​$85,000 ​In the Lead - Diversion
Centre for Newcomers Society of Calgary

​$96,000 ​The Real Me Program Project for High Risk Immigrant Youth
​​Centre for Sexuality Society ​$75,000 ​WiseGuyz in Criminal Justice Settings
Closer to Home Community Services Society ​$95,000 ​Ee-des-spoom-ooh-soop - "The environment that gives opportunity to guide our lives forward in a positive direction."
Elizabeth Fry Society of Calgary, Alberta​​ ​$75,000 ​Sohksipaitapiisin (Good Life) - Indigenous Justice Program
Miskanawah Community Services Association ​$85,000 ​The Oskayapewis Project
Two Wheel View - Calgary Ltd.​ ​$97,000 ​Two Wheel View Vocational Bicycle Mechanics Program
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​Organization ​2018 Funding ​2019 Funded programs
12 Community Safety Initiative Society ​$9,000 ​12 Community Safety Initiative (12CSI)
Action Coalition On Human Trafficking Alberta Association

​$107,850 ​Calgary Community Action Plan on Human Trafficking
Action Coalition On Human Trafficking Alberta Association​ ​$13,000 ​Community Action Plan- Indigenous Sister Approach
​​Antyx Community Arts Society $7,550
​The Bob Bahan Community Mural: Place-Making Project
Big Brothers Big Sisters Society of Calgary and Area ​$62,000 ​Mentoring MASST Youth Through Transitions
Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary ​$25,000 ​828-HOPE
Calgary Alpha House Society

​$207,898 ​Downtown Outreach Addiction Partnership, City Centre Team
Calgary Alpha House Society ​$40,000 ​Downtown Outreach Addictions Program (DOAP)
​​Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth ​$15,519 ​Summer Programming for Youth
Calgary Chinese Community Service Association ​$13,543 ​Community Safety Ambassadors
Calgary Counselling Centre

​$90,110 ​Honour Based Violence Prevention
Calgary Counselling Centre ​$26,000 ​Increasing awareness of Honour Based Violence Among Service Providers
​​Calgary John Howard Society ​$79,970​ ​Immigrant Youth Advocacy & Mentorship
Centre for Newcomers Society of Calgary ​$58,000 ​IBWI/RealMe Project for High Risk Immigrant Youth
Centre for Newcomers Society of Calgary ​$96,732 ​Real Me Project for High Risk Immigrant Youth
Centre for Sexuality Society ​$26,000 ​WiseGuyz in Criminal Justice Setting
Community Mediation Calgary Society ​$38,395 ​Neighbourhood Mediation Services
Hiv Community Link Society ​$80,000 ​Shift Prostitution Outreach Program
​Pathways Community Services Association

​$75,400 ​Iksokapi
​Pathways Community Services Association ​$70,000​ ​Iksokapi Camps
​​RESET Society of Calgary ​$20,000​
​Vitality Employment Program
Two Wheel View - Calgary Ltd. ​$14,033 ​Bike Mechanic Training Program for Youth
 
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Organization ​Project name and description ​2019 Funded amount
Aboriginal Friendship Centre​
Crime Prevention and Community Reintegration Program:
Provides healing for individuals who experience social and cultural challenges resulting from intergenerational trauma​.
​$80,000
Aspen Family and Community Network Society
Expanding Element:
Reduces youth's risk of criminal involvement by increasing their natural support networks and pre-employment skill development.
$60,000​
Big Brothers & Big Sisters Mentoring At-Risk MASST Youth Through Transitions:
Provides support for children exiting MASST by connecting them with an adult mentor.
​$83,000
Calgary Alpha House Society​
DOAP Team & Calgary Transit Partnership:
Connects with vulnerable individuals accessing Calgary Transit, or on Calgary Transit property, and provides them with social supports.
​$125,000
Calgary John Howard Society
Immigrant Youth Crime Prevention Project:
Supporting immigrant youth in preventing their involvement in crime.
​$84,000
Calgary Legal Guidance Society​
​Sahwoo Mohkaak Tsi Ma Taas:
Provides social and cultural support to Indigenous Peoples that is inclusive, culturally informed and designed to encourage personal understanding, healing, and accountability. 
​$136,000
Calgary Youth Justice Society
​In the Lead - Diversion:
Strength-based leadership program that targets justice-involved youth.
​$85,000
Centre for Newcomers
Real Me Project for High Risk Immigrant Youth: 
Preventing and reducing gang involvement of immigrant youth.
​$96,000
Centre for Sexuality  WiseGuyz in a Criminal Justice Settings:
Engages justice-involved boys in a program on sexual health, gender, and positive relationships.
​$75,000
Closer to Home Community Services Society​
Ee-des-spoom-ooh-soop:
Reduces recidivism through working with Indigenous women and youth and their families who are affected by the criminal justice system.
$95,000​
Elizabeth Fry Society​
​Sohksipaitapiisin - Indigenous Justice Program:
Increases resiliency and reduces criminal recidivism amongst Indigenous women and youth.
​$75,000
Miskanawah​
The Oskayapewis Project:
Preventing criminal involvement and reinvolvement amongst Indigenous youth.
​$85,000
Two Wheel View​​
Bike Mechanic Training Program for Youth:
Targets youth at risk of criminal behaviour in gaining increased employability and problem-solving skills.​​
​$97,000

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