Grant Opportunities

The information provided on grant opportunities available to Texas counties on this page is comprised of links to grants provided by funding agencies and grant finding resources. This is not a comprehensive list. Although monitored and updated, it is provided without warranty of any kind, and should be double-checked against the information directly available from the funding agency.

Please contact Zelma Smith, Financial Analyst, if you wish to share information regarding other, additional grant opportunities available to counties not listed on this web page.

2020 Census

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
Texas Counts Pooled Fund Grants to support organizations engaged in collaborative get-out-the-count activities targeting hard-to-count (HTC) populations in Texas, ensuring a complete and accurate count. Grants range from $15,000 to $100,000.  For a map of HTC areas of Texas, click here. Nov. 2019 Rolling through 1/31/2020 Angela Broyles
Communities Foudation of Texas
(214) 346-5530

Alcohol/Substance Abuse

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
County Jail Medication - Assisted Treatment (MAT) Grant Program Grants for pilot projects which provide inmates in a county jail facility access to Federal Drug Administration-approved, evidence-based MAT for alcohol and opioid dependence. Treatment may be administered while the inmate is confined, and when participating in outpatient care upon release. 10/01/19 12/02/19 Email
(512) 463-1919
Opioid Antagonist Grant Program Grants to provide opioid antagonists to peace officers, evidence technicians, and related personnel who, in the course of performing their duties, are likely to come into contact with opioids or encounter persons suffering from an apparent opioid-related drug overdose. 10/01/19 12/02/19 Email
(512) 463-1919
Rural Healthy Community Collaborative Learning Communities Matching grants to local communities to assist homeless individuals with mental illness or substance use problems achieve recovery and re-integration in their communities. TBD TBD Helen Eisert
(512) 838-4341

Border Security

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
Border Zone Fire Departments Grants for professional fire departments in the Texas-Mexico border region for specialized equipment, maintenance, and medical supplies to support emergency services associated with the execution of border security activities associated with deterring crimes along the Texas-Mexico border. [Limited to applicants in certain counties; other eligibility restrictions apply. Read announcement] 10/01/19 12/01/19 Email
(512) 463-1919
Operation Stonegarden The purpose of the Operation Stonegarden (OPSG) grant program, one of three programs within the Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP), is to enhance cooperation and coordination among Customs and Border Protection (CBP), United States Border Patrol (USBP), and local, Tribal, state, and Federal law enforcement agencies in a joint mission to secure the United States' borders. 03/01/19 02/28/21 Email
(512) 463-1919

County Jails

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
Advancing Pretrial Policy and Research Soliciting jurisdictions interested in improving their pretrial practices and implementing the Public Safety Assessment to participate in an innovative 12-month pilot project. Jurisdictions will receive technical assistance, peer support and robust online learning resources to improve pretrial outcomes in their community. Nov. 2019

11/20/2019 - Information Webinar
12/20/19 Alison Shames
Co-Director, Advancing Pretrial Policy and Research,
Center for Effective Public Policy
Community Facilities Loan and Grant Program Affordable funding to acquire, construct or improve essential community facilities in rural areas (population of 20,000 or less). Examples of essential community facilities: fire and police facilities; jails; community centers; hospitals; vehicles; daycare centers

To qualify for disaster assistance, the community must be designated for FEMA public assistance.
Year-round (October 1-September 30) Until funds are exhausted Contact US Department of Agriculture
Elizabeth Sherrod
(254) 742-9788
Community Mental Health Program Matching grants to support community mental health programs providing services and treatment to individuals experiencing mental illness; and, to coordinate mental health services with other transition support services. 11/1/19 12/9/19 Carolyn R. DeBoer
Texas Health and Human Services Commission
(512) 406-2447 

The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute is available to assist any entity intererestin applying for the grant.
Melissa Rowan
County Jail Medication - Assisted Treatment (MAT) Grant Program Grants for pilot projects which provide inmates in a county jail facility access to Federal Drug Administration-approved, evidence-based MAT for alcohol and opioid dependence. Treatment may be administered while the inmate is confined, and when participating in outpatient care upon release. 10/01/19 12/02/19 Email
(512) 463-1919
Mental Health Grant for Justice-Involved Individuals Matching grants to county-based community collaboratives to reduce rates of recidivism, arrests, and incarcerations amongst individuals with mental illness and to also reduce wait times for individuals with mental illness placed on forensic commitment to a state hospital. TBD Current grants to be renewed through FY 2021 Courtney Seals

Criminal Justice

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
Advancing Pretrial Policy and Research Soliciting jurisdictions interested in improving their pretrial practices and implementing the Public Safety Assessment to participate in an innovative 12-month pilot project. Jurisdictions will receive technical assistance, peer support and robust online learning resources to improve pretrial outcomes in their community. Nov. 2019

11/20/2019 - Information Webinar
12/20/19 Alison Shames
Co-Director, Advancing Pretrial Policy and Research,
Center for Effective Public Policy
Community Mental Health Program Matching grants to support community mental health programs providing services and treatment to individuals experiencing mental illness; and, to coordinate mental health services with other transition support services. 11/1/19 12/9/19 Carolyn R. DeBoer
Texas Health and Human Services Commission
(512) 406-2447 

The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute is available to assist any entity interested in applying for the grant.
Melissa Rowan
County Essential Service Program Financial assistance to counties, primarily for reimbursement of extraordinary costs incurred for the investigation or prosecution of a capital murder or  crimes committed because of bias or prejudice as defined in Article 104.004 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. 06/25/19 08/31/20 Andrew Friedrichs
(512) 463-1919
County Innovations to Prevent Commercial Sexual Exploitation Grant assistance (up to $2.5 million for state FY 2020) to counties for innovative projects that prevent, investigate, and/or prosecute the commercial sexual exploitation of people in Texas.  Note: Applicants seeking to operate a Commercially Sexually Exploited Persons (CSEP) Specialty Court should refer to funding opportunities specific to a specialty court program. 11/15/19 1/14/20 Email
(512) 463-1919
Office of the Governor
County Jail Medication - Assisted Treatment (MAT) Grant Program Grants for pilot projects which provide inmates in a county jail facility access to Federal Drug Administration-approved, evidence-based MAT for alcohol and opioid dependence. Treatment may be administered while the inmate is confined, and when participating in outpatient care upon release. 10/01/19 12/02/19 Email
(512) 463-1919
District Attorney Testing of Forensic Evidence Grants to district attorney offices for costs associated with forensic analysis of physical evidence. 10/01/19 12/02/19 Email
(512) 463-1919
Mental Health Grant for Justice-Involved Individuals Matching grants to county-based community collaboratives to reduce rates of recidivism, arrests, and incarcerations amongst individuals with mental illness and to also reduce wait times for individuals with mental illness placed on forensic commitment to a state hospital. TBD Current grants to be renewed through FY 2021 Courtney Seals
Opioid Antagonist Grant Program Grants to provide opioid antagonists to peace officers, evidence technicians, and related personnel who, in the course of performing their duties, are likely to come into contact with opioids or encounter persons suffering from an apparent opioid-related drug overdose. 10/01/19 12/02/19 Email
(512) 463-1919
Sexual Assuault Forensic Exam (SAFE)-Ready Facilities Program Grants to maintain or achieve a SAFE-Ready faciility designation pursuant to Texas Health and Safety Code, Chapter 323. 10/01/19 12/02/19 Email
(512) 463-1919

Disaster Relief/Flood Mitigation

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
Community Facilities Loan and Grant Program Affordable funding to acquire, construct or improve essential community facilities in rural areas (population of 20,000 or less). Examples of essential community facilities: fire and police facilities; jails; community centers; hospitals; vehicles; daycare centers

To qualify for disaster assistance, the community must be designated for FEMA public assistance.
Year-round (October 1-September 30) Until funds are exhausted Contact US Department of Agriculture
Elizabeth Sherrod
(254) 742-9788
Emergency Community Water Assistance Grants This program helps low-income rural communities (population of 10,000 or less, income less than statewide median income) prepare, or recover from, an emergency that threatens the availability of safe, reliable drinking water. (Event driven - must apply within 2 years of emergency event, e.g., drought; flood; tornado; hurricane; disease outbreak; chemical spill, leak or seepage)  Year-round (October 1-September 30) Until funds are exhausted Contact US Department of Agriculture
Connie Petru
(254) 742-9789
Water and Waste Disposal Loan and Grant Program Grants for clean and reliable drinking water systems, sanitary sewage disposal, sanitary solid waste disposal, and storm water drainage to households and businesses in small (population of 10,000 or less), financially distressed rural communities.  

To qualify for disaster assistance, the community must be designated for FEMA public assistance.

Also, see Texas Water Development Board Economically Distressed Areas Program (EDAP)
Year-round (October 1-September 30) Until funds are exhausted Elizabeth Sherrod
US Department of Agriculture
(254) 742-9788

Emergency Services

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
Border Zone Fire Departments Grants for professional fire departments in the Texas-Mexico border region for specialized equipment, maintenance, and medical supplies to support emergency services associated with the execution of border security activities associated with deterring crimes along the Texas-Mexico border. [Limited to applicants in certain counties; other eligibility restrictions apply. Read announcement] 10/01/19 12/01/19 Email
(512) 463-1919
Community Facilities Loan and Grant Program Affordable funding to acquire, construct or improve essential community facilities in rural areas (population of 20,000 or less). Examples of essential community facilities: fire and police facilities; jails; community centers; hospitals; vehicles; daycare centers

To qualify for disaster assistance, the community must be designated for FEMA public assistance.
Year-round (October 1-September 30) Until funds are exhausted Contact US Department of Agriculture
Elizabeth Sherrod
(254) 742-9788
Emergency Community Water Assistance Grants This program helps low-income rural communities (population of 10,000 or less, income less than statewide median income) prepare, or recover from, an emergency that threatens the availability of safe, reliable drinking water. (Event driven - must apply within 2 years of emergency event, e.g., drought; flood; tornado; hurricane; disease outbreak; chemical spill, leak or seepage)  Year-round (October 1-September 30) Until funds are exhausted Contact US Department of Agriculture
Connie Petru
(254) 742-9789
Rural Volunteer Fire Department Assistance Program (HB 2604) Program assists volunteer fire departments with purchase of equipment and training. Typically, $17 million in grant funds are available each year. 30 days prior to a funding meeting (at least 3 per year) All unfunded applications are rolled forward to next funding meeting - 03/04/20 Call: (979) 458-6505
Fax: (979) 845-6160
Email
Texas Intrastate Fire Mutual Aid System (TIFMAS) Grant Assistance Program Reimbursement grants to career fire department and fire departments participating in the Texas Intrastate Fire Mutual Assistance System (TIFMAS). Typically, $1 million in grant funds each year, with $800,000 for TIFMAS vehicles, and $200,000 for Training Tuition.   Oct. of each year (vehicles only) Call: (979) 458-6505
Fax: (979) 845-6160
Email

Historic Preservation

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
Courthouse Preservation Provides grants for the preservation and restoration of historic county courthouses. 10/28/19 3/2/2020
[Master Plans & Construction Documents Due]
4/21/2020
[Grant Application Due]
Olivia Hillmer
(512) 463-8821
Sharon Fleming
(512) 463-6268

2020-21 Grant Cycle Timeline

Homeless Services

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
Rural Healthy Community Collaborative Learning Communities Matching grants to local communities to assist homeless individuals with mental illness or substance use problems achieve recovery and re-integration in their communities. TBD TBD Helen Eisert
(512) 838-4341

Indigent Defense

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
Indigent Defense: Formula Grants Program assists counties in meeting constitutional and statutory requirements for indigent purpose and complying with standards adopted by the Texas Indigent Defense Commission. 09/01/19 11/15/19 Edwin Colfax
(512) 463-2508
Indigent Defense Improvement Grants Discretionary grants that assists counties in developing new, innovative programs or processes to improve the delivery of indigent defense services. Funding priorities include projects to ensure quality representation, regional indigent defense services, specialized indigent defense services (mentally ill or juvenile defendants), programs that serve rural areas, online indigent defense management systems, and cost containment initiatives. TBD 05/01/2020 Edwin Colfax
(512) 463-2508
Indigent Defense Improvement Grants: Mental Health Public Defender Improvement Grant Grants to create or expand mental health defender
programs in existing public defender offices.  $5 million allocated in 2020-21 budget , $2.5 million each fiscal year, for such grants.

Only Texas counties are eligible for Mental Health Public Defender Improvement Grants. Counties
may apply jointly for funding for regional programs but must designate one county as the grant
recipient.
Sept. 2019 11/15/2019
Applications submitted after 11/15/2019 will be considered if funds are available
Edwin Colfax
Grants Administrator
Texas Indigent Defense Commission
(512) 463-2508

Scott Elhers
Director
Public Defense Improvement

Kathleen Casey-Gamez
Policy Analyst
(512) 936-7551
Indigent Defense: Extraordinary Disbursement Grants Discretionary grants to reimburse counties for extraordinary indigent defense expenses causing a financial hardship for the county. Usually these are death penalty cases. Participation in the Regional Public Defender for Capital Cases (if county is eligible) is a factor considered with these requests. TBD Rolling Edwin Colfax
(512) 463-2508
Indigent Defense: Compliance Assistance Grants Discretionary grants to assist counties that are in non-compliance with the Texas Fair Defense Act achieve compliance. TBD Rolling Edwin Colfax
(512) 463-2508
Indigent Defense: Technical Support Grants Discretionary grants to increase knowledge regarding indigent defense or to establish a process or procedure that may be duplicated by other jurisdictions. TBD Rolling Edwin Colfax
(512) 463-2508

Indigent Health Care

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
Strategies to Improve Health Outcomes and to Reduce Disparities in Rural Populations Federal grants to encourage research to promote a greater understanding of the challenges faced by rural population groups, for the development (or adoption/adaptation) of evidence-based interventions that can reduce health risks faced by rural Americans.  Counties are encouraged to apply.  
[FYI, $2.5 million in funds committed to fund four awards in federal fiscal year 2020.]
10/11/19

11/13/2019
Letter of intent due
12/13/19 Email
National Institute of Health
(301) 945-7573

Mental/Behavioral Health

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
Community Mental Health Program Matching grants to support community mental health programs providing services and treatment to individuals experiencing mental illness; and, to coordinate mental health services with other transition support services. 11/1/19 12/9/19 Carolyn R. DeBoer
Texas Health and Human Services Commission
(512) 406-2447 

The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute is available to assist any entity interested in applying for the grant.
Melissa Rowan
Mental Health Grant for Justice-Involved Individuals Matching grants to county-based community collaboratives to reduce rates of recidivism, arrests, and incarcerations amongst individuals with mental illness and to also reduce wait times for individuals with mental illness placed on forensic commitment to a state hospital. TBD Current grants to be renewed through FY 2021 Courtney Seals
Rural Healthy Community Collaborative Learning Communities Matching grants to local communities to assist homeless individuals with mental illness or substance use problems achieve recovery and re-integration in their communities. TBD TBD Helen Eisert
(512) 838-4341
Texas Veterans + Family Alliance Grant Program Matching grants to local communities to expand the availability of, increase access to and enhance delivery of mental health treatment and services to veterans and their families. TBD Current grants to be renewed through FY2021 Email

Property Tax Exemptions

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
Local Government Relief for Disabled Veterans Exemption Cities and counties adjacent to or containing US military installations receive payments to offset loss of property tax revenue due to disabled veteran homestead exemption.   Feb 1. - Apr. 1 each year Comptroller's Property Tax Assistance Division
(800) 252-9121
Email

Rural Development

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
Community Facilities Loan and Grant Program Affordable funding to acquire, construct or improve essential community facilities in rural areas (population of 20,000 or less). Examples of essential community facilities: fire and police facilities; jails; community centers; hospitals; vehicles; daycare centers

To qualify for disaster assistance, the community must be designated for FEMA public assistance.
Year-round (October 1-September 30) Until funds are exhausted Contact US Department of Agriculture
Elizabeth Sherrod
(254) 742-9788
Emergency Community Water Assistance Grants This program helps low-income rural communities (population of 10,000 or less, income less than statewide median income) prepare, or recover from, an emergency that threatens the availability of safe, reliable drinking water. (Event driven - must apply within 2 years of emergency event, e.g., drought; flood; tornado; hurricane; disease outbreak; chemical spill, leak or seepage)  Year-round (October 1-September 30) Until funds are exhausted Contact US Department of Agriculture
Connie Petru
(254) 742-9789
Strategies to Improve Health Outcomes and to Reduce Disparities in Rural Populations Federal grants to encourage research to promote a greater understanding of the challenges faced by rural population groups, for the development (or adoption/adaptation) of evidence-based interventions that can reduce health risks faced by rural Americans.  Counties are encouraged to apply.  
[FYI, $2.5 million in funds committed to fund four awards in federal fiscal year 2020.]
10/11/19

11/13/2019
Letter of intent due
12/13/19 Email
National Institute of Health
(301) 945-7573

Transportation/Infrastructure

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
County Transportation Infrastructure Fund Program Grants for county transportation infrastructure projects in areas of the state affected by increased oil and gas production. Jan-Mar 2020 TBD TBD, updates can be found here.
Public Transportation Grants Funding call for various categories of public transportation projects, including: Statewide Planning Assistance; Rural Transportation Assistance; Intercity Bus; Rural Discretionary; and Fleet Replacement.  All projects are funded through the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), but project selection administered by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).

Instructions for public transportation project funding call
11/15/19 1/14/20 Email
Texas Department of Transporation
State Water Implementation Fund for Texas (SWIFT) The 2020 funding cycle for the SWIFT program is now open.  The SWIFT program provides state financial assistance for projects in the State Water Plan. SWIFT assists communities in developing and optimizing their water supplies on a cost-effective basis through low-interest loans, payment deferrals, and interest rate subsidies for rural and agricultural projects. SWIFT eligible projects include:  conservation and reuse; desalination, both groundwater and seawater; building new pipelines; water rights purchases; and, developing reservoirs and well fields. 12/02/19 02/03/20 Email
(512) 463-7277
Texas Emissions Reduction Plan (TERP)  ̶ Texas Natural Gas Vehicle Grant Program Grants to encourage eligible entities to repower or replace a heavy-duty or medium-duty motor vehicle they own or operate with a natural gas engine or vehicle. At least 75% of the annual use of the grant-funded vehicle must occur in counties located in the Clean Transportation Zone. 10/15/19 02/26/21 Contact Ron Hieser,
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ),
(512) 239-0244
TERP ̶ Light-Duty Motor Vehicle Purchase or Lease Incentive Program Provides rebates for purchases or leases of eligible light-duty motor vehicles powered by compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), or hydrogen fuel cells or other electric drives (plug-in or plug-in hybrid). Vehicles must be purchased or leased in Texas on or after 9/1/2019. 09/03/19 01/07/21 Email
TCEQ or call
(800) 919-8377
Texas Emissions Reduction Plan (TERP)  ̶  Alternative Fueling Facilities Program (AFFP) Grants for the construction or expansion of natural gas and other alternative fuel fueling stations within the Clean Transportation Zone. 11/22/19 3/18/20 Email
(800) 919-8377
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for more information.

TCEQ has scheduled several AFFP grant application workshops across the state, and  a webinar on 12/3/2019. To participate in the webinar, RSVP here.
Traffic Safety Program Assists local entities in reducing the number and severity of traffic accidents. Annual: Program call and application deadline varies   Terry Pence
(512) 416-3167

Jim Hollis
(512) 416-3168

Texas Department of Transportation

Veterans Services

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
Texas Veterans + Family Alliance Grant Program Matching grants to local communities to expand the availability of, increase access to and enhance delivery of mental health treatment and services to veterans and their families. TBD Current grants to be renewed through FY2021 Email

Water Supply/Water Quality

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
Emergency Community Water Assistance Grants This program helps low-income rural communities (population of 10,000 or less, income less than statewide median income) prepare, or recover from, an emergency that threatens the availability of safe, reliable drinking water. (Event driven - must apply within 2 years of emergency event, e.g., drought; flood; tornado; hurricane; disease outbreak; chemical spill, leak or seepage)  Year-round (October 1-September 30) Until funds are exhausted Contact US Department of Agriculture
Connie Petru
(254) 742-9789
State Water Implementation Fund for Texas (SWIFT) The 2020 funding cycle for the SWIFT program is now open.  The SWIFT program provides state financial assistance for projects in the State Water Plan. SWIFT assists communities in developing and optimizing their water supplies on a cost-effective basis through low-interest loans, payment deferrals, and interest rate subsidies for rural and agricultural projects. SWIFT eligible projects include:  conservation and reuse; desalination, both groundwater and seawater; building new pipelines; water rights purchases; and, developing reservoirs and well fields. 12/02/19 02/03/20 Email
(512) 463-7277
Water and Waste Disposal Loan and Grant Program Grants for clean and reliable drinking water systems, sanitary sewage disposal, sanitary solid waste disposal, and storm water drainage to households and businesses in small (population of 10,000 or less), financially distressed rural communities.  

To qualify for disaster assistance, the community must be designated for FEMA public assistance.

Also, see Texas Water Development Board Economically Distressed Areas Program (EDAP)
Year-round (October 1-September 30) Until funds are exhausted Elizabeth Sherrod
US Department of Agriculture
(254) 742-9788

Archive (Past Due Grant Opportunities)

Title Description Date Available Date Due Funding Agency Contact
FEMA Flood Mitigation Assistance Grant Program Grants for planning flood mitigation and for projects to reduce flood losses. 10/01/19 11/22/19 Ivan Ortiz
(512) 463-8184
Library Technology Academy A training grant program targeted to meet the needs of small and rural Texas library staff. Libraries with populations of 30,000 or fewer are eligible to apply. No restrictions if you have previously received a grant from the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC). 10/03/19 10/20/19 Cindy Fisher, TSLAC
(800) 252-9386
Prisoner Safety Grants for cost of purchasing and installing systems for monitoring at-risk cells. 08/23/19 09/30/19 Bobby Ratra,
Jason Ross
Sexual Assuault Prevention and Crisis Services (SAPCS) Grants to prevent sexual violence using a public health approach, best available evidence, and that align with the state action plan or other Office of the Attorney General (OAG) guidance documents.  [Eligibility limited to current SAPCS-State grantees or the State Sexual Assault Coalition.] 10/25/19 11/22/19 Email
(512) 936-0792
Texas Communities Count Grants for direct, local, on-the-ground complete count efforts, as well as statewide coordination of local efforts that support complete count efforts in Texas for the 2020 U.S. Census in Texas. [Total Funds Available = $2 million] 08/23/19 09/23/19 Email
Teleconference for Applicants - September 11, 2019, 10AM to 11AM (CDT)
Texans Feeding Texans - Home-Delivered Meal Grant Program Provides support to supplement and extend current home-delivered meal programs for seniors and/or disabled Texans. 09/01/19 11/01/19 Email
(512) 463-7448
Veteran County Service Office There is a 5% set-aside in statute for Veteran County Service Office (VCSO) funding in General Assistance, Housing 4 Texas Heroes and Veterans Mental Health grant applications. The VCS Officer would  be listed as the Project Coordinator in such grant applications.[Texas Government Code, §434.017, Sub-section (c-3)]. 10/01/19 10/25/19 Email with any questions until 10/16/2019, at 5:00 pm. 

All questions and their written answers will be posted on the TVC GovGrants portal Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) tab.

2020-21 Request for Application Webinar
Veterans: General Assistance Grant Program Grants for services to veterans for various services, with priority given to financial assistance, supportive services, and Pro Bono legal services. 10/01/19 10/25/19 Email with any questions until 10/16/2019, at 5:00 pm. 

All questions and their written answers will be posted on the TVC GovGrants portal Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) tab.

2020-21 Request for Application Webinar
Veterans: Housing 4 Texas Heroes Grants Grants to assist Texas veterans and their families in obtaining, maintaining or improving housing. 10/01/19 10/25/19 Email with any questions until 10/16/2019, at 5:00 pm. 

All questions and their written answers will be posted on the TVC GovGrants portal Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) tab.

2020-21 Request for Application Webinar
Veterans Mental Health Grants Grants to assist Texas veterans and their families with their mental health needs via direct services, including: clinical counseling; peer delivered services; and non-clinical support services. 10/01/19 10/25/19 Email with any questions until 10/16/2019, at 5:00 pm. 

All questions and their written answers will be posted on the TVC GovGrants portal Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) tab.

2020-21 Request for Application Webinar
Veterans Treatment Court Grants Grants to assist Texas veterans and their families in obtaining services through Veterans Treatment Court programs. 10/01/19 10/25/19 Email with any questions until 10/16/2019, at 5:00 pm. 

All questions and their written answers will be posted on the TVC GovGrants portal Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) tab.

2020-21 Request for Application Webinar


Success Stories

Bastrop County awarded $2 million grant to build emergency shelter

Austin American-Statesman, Oct. 10, 2019

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Courthouse receives facelift

Navasota Examiner, Oct. 16, 2019

The historic Grimes County Courthouse in Anderson celebrated its 125th birthday this year, and now it will receive renovations to help extend the life of the staple in Grimes County. Grimes County building maintenance ...