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Measure Y — the Violence Prevention and Public Safety Act of 2004 — creates a safe Oakland by dramatically reducing violence among youth and adults. Measure Y is a comprehensive and multifaceted effort weaving together social services, nonprofits, police, employment, schools, criminal justice, faith-based agencies and community members at the neighborhood level.
The Measure Y network addresses the complex and multiple risk factors associated with violence: poverty, unemployment, discrimination, substance abuse, educational failure, fragmented families and domestic abuse.
Find out more about Measure Y — including programs, services and events in your neighborhood; grants; and success stories.
For more information regarding the Oversight Committee click here.
Measure Y Notification of Funding Availability Fiscal Year 2012-15 Funding Cycle
The City of Oakland, Department of Human Services is soliciting Requests for Proposals from organizations with the capacity to provide quality violence prevention programs. Click here for the full RFP announcement.
- RFP Issue Date: February 9, 2012
- Bidder's Conference (not mandatory but strongly encouraged): February 16, 2012, 2-4 pm in City Council Chambers, City Hall, 1 Frank Ogawa Plaza, Oakland, CA.
- Mandatory Letter of Intent Due via online database: February 27, 2012 Before 11:59 PM PST
- Proposals due via online database: March 16, 2012 Before 11:59 P.M. PST
HOW TO APPLY: