Indiana Supreme Court
Division of State Court Administration
30 S. Meridian Street, Ste. 500
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Lilia G. Judson, Esq.
Interim Chief Administrative Officer

David J. Remondini, Esq.
Interim Executive Director

Pho: 317-232-2542
Fax: 317-233-6586

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State Court Administration > Programs & Projects > Grant Programs Grant Programs Administered by the Division of State Court Administration and the Indiana Judicial Center

Every year, the Division of State Court Administration and the Indiana Judicial Center provide grants or reimbursements to Indiana counties for special projects and the daily work of the judicial system. Following is a summary of these programs with links to additional information. For a detailed view of funding provided by county, you may download the spreadsheet below.

Grant Program/
Purpose Annual Dollars Available/
Distribution Details
For Details, Contact
GAL/CASA Grants(STAD) To recruit, train and supervise community volunteers who make recommendations to the court on behalf of children who need a voice, and help them through the child welfare system. $8,429,043 distributed to 77 counties
from 2012 to 2014.
Leslie S. Dunn
Family Court Grants (STAD) To provide funds to courts to develop pilot programs to better serve children and families in the court system, with an emphasis on developing models to coordinate multiple cases involving the same family. $631,669 distributed to 36 counties
from 2012 to 2014.
Michael Commons
Drug Court Grants (IJC) To provide counties funds to establish and maintain drug courts which provide offenders access to comprehensive treatment and ancillary services while under the supervision of the drug court judge. $357,005 distributed to 29 counties
from 2012 to 2014.
Mary Kay Hudson
Alcohol and Drug Grants (IJC) To develop, train, certify, and support court-administered alcohol and drug programs. $59,896 distributed to 22 counties
from 2012 to 2014.
Justin Miller
Court Interpreter Grants (STAD) To provide foreign language interpreter grants, to certify interpreters and to help defray the costs of interpretation, and maintain a certified interpreter registry. $814,850 distributed to 47 counties
from 2012 to 2014.
LaKesha Triggs
Court Reform Grants (STAD) To provide funding to designated counties for local court reform studies and implementation of improvement projects. $1,042,900 distributed to 32 counties
from 2012 to 2014.
Elizabeth Daulton
Re-Entry Court Grants (IJC) To provide offenders released from the Department of Correction access to comprehensive, wrap-around services for a minimum of one year to promote their successful reintegration into the community. $171,295 distributed to 11 counties
from 2012 and 2014.
Mary Kay Hudson
Public Defender Capital Case and Non-Capital Case Reimbursement Program (STAD) To provide all 92 counties potential reimbursement from the Public Defense Fund for 50% of capital defense expenses and up to 40% of non-capital expenses. $58,299,297 distributed to 8 counties
for Capital case expenses and to 53 counties
for Non-capital programs from 2012 to 2014.
Derrick Mason
Court Technology (STAD) Dedicated to providing Indiana Trial Courts with many kinds of technology resources that assist them in their day-to-day work. $2,352,070 distributed to 88 counties
from 2012 to 2014.
Mary DePrez
CIP, Basic, Training and Data Grants (IJC, STAD) To support counties and local organizations to enhance the safety, well-being and permanency of children in the child welfare system through projects, initiatives, studies and training. $585,375 distributed to 14 counties
from 2012 to 2014.
Angela Reid-Brown, (IJC),
Community Supervision To increase the capacity or opportunities for evidence based programs for medium to high risk felony offenders with an emphasis on those diagnosed with substance abuse or mental health disorders.  $2,000,000 distributed to 12 counties in 2014. Mary Kay Hudson
Adult Guardianship Office (STAD) To recruit, train and supervise volunteer advocates for seniors and incapacitated adults who are subject to probate court jurisdiction. $670,876 in legislative funding distributed to 10 programs serving 16 counties for the 2013 to 2014 fiscal year.

Erica Costello