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Adult Drug and Veteran Treatment Courts Special Funding Opportunity - Application period is OPEN

The Supreme Court of Ohio is pleased to announce a one-time funding opportunity for Ohio Adult Drug (including OVI and Substance Abuse and Mental Illness (SAMI) dockets) and Veteran Treatment Courts certified by the Supreme Court's Commission on Specialized Dockets. The mission of this opportunity is to fund new or upgraded case management systems to help standardize docket processes and collect Specialized Docket data, including the creation of an interface with the Supreme Court’s data system pursuant to Sup.R. 26.20, Appendix I, Standard 12 (see attachment A).

The applicant's project shall include a system that is web-based and offer the following capabilities:

  • A centralized system where staff can track participants, perform case planning, schedule dockets, create staffing reports, satisfy state data reporting, and ultimately assist in assessing adherence to best practice standards.
  • The system should support the courts’ use of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs’ Veterans Re-Entry Search Service (VRSS) for determining the veteran status of people referred to the docket.
  • The specialized docket case management system shall be capable of producing a report containing data required by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) from specialized dockets received certain funding from OhioMHAS under its Drug Court Subsidy and Addiction Treatment Program funding sources (see attachment B).

This fund supports Ohio Adult Drug (including OVI and Substance Abuse and Mental Illness (SAMI) dockets) and Veteran Treatment Courts certified by the Specialized Dockets section of the Supreme Court of Ohio by providing financial resources to aid in the implementation of case management system projects.

How to Apply

Applications will be received until 5 p.m. on Dec. 8, 2023.

The Request for Applications provides detailed information on the requirements for applicants.

The Application with attached PDF quote must be submitted to no later than 5 p.m. on Dec. 8, 2023.

The Court's sample grant award agreement contains detailed information on the requirements for awardees, who will be asked to agree to its terms.


Contact Mallory Geib, Grant Administrator, at or call 614.387.9522.

e-Citation Special Funding Opportunity - Application Period is CLOSED

The application period is now closed. Results of the competitive application process are expected in December 2023.

2023 Technology Grant Funds

The FY 2023 cycle of the Court's Technology Grant has been awarded.

View a complete list of awardees for the FY 2023 Technology Grant Funds.

View a complete list of awardees for the FY 2023 Civil Justice Program grants.

Previous Grant Awardees

View a complete list of awardees for the FY 2022 Technology Grant.

If you have questions, please email

Previous Tech Grant Awardees

View a complete list of awardees for the FY 2022 Court Improvement Program Quality Legal Representation Pilot.

Do you have fiscal-related questions on a grant award? Please send an email with your question and the grant information to: The appropriate person will provide a response to your question. All other grant questions may be addressed to

The Supreme Court of Ohio has developed a website to provide guidance and direction to Ohio courts in their efforts to procure goods and services such as technology (audio/video equipment, case management systems, etc.). The site includes resources designed to guide courts through the various stages of procurement, including requests for proposals, contracting, and project management. While these resources will serve as helpful and informative reference tools for courts, it is not an all-inclusive instructional guide. The Supreme Court of Ohio remains committed to assisting Ohio courts and providing guidance in regards to large procurements when needed.

Procurement Resources for Courts

Contact Information

Grant Administration
Supreme Court of Ohio
65 South Front Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215-3731

Grant Administrator:
Mallory Geib

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