Men's Behaviour Change Program Development Grants

Applications now open!

The grants program will provide up to $1.6m funding for eligible projects and organisations.

Who can apply

  • MBCP providers registered under the NSW MBCP Practice Standards and Compliance Framework.
  • NSW Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations (ACCO) operating in NSW
  • Organisations committed to seeking registration of a MBCP under the NSW MBCP Practice Standards and Compliance Framework

The round for the grants will close on Monday 19 September 2022.

How to apply

To apply for the MBCP grants please complete and submit the application form through our secure online grants system, SmartyGrants.

There are three types of grants available and eligible applicants are encouraged to apply. 

  1. Develop, pilot and/or evaluate an MBCP for Aboriginal communities
    To start the application go to this link https://dcj.smartygrants.com.au/MBCP-Aboriginalcommunities
  2. Develop, co-design or tailor a MBCP to meet the needs of CALD, refugee or LGBTQI+ communities.
    To start the application go to this link https://dcj.smartygrants.com.au/MBCP-CALDrefugeeLGBTQI
  3. Tailor a MBCP to meet the needs of people living with cognitive impairment.
    To start the application go to this link https://dcj.smartygrants.com.au/MBCP-cognitiveimpairment

Before completing an application form, please read the MBCP Development Grants Guidelines (PDF , 190.1 KB).  

For inquiries please contact the DCJ Perpetrator Intervention Team DVStandards@justice.nsw.gov.au with the subject line "Application for MBCP Grants".

Last updated:

29 Aug 2022

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