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Such funds shall remain available for obligation, and for expenditure by a recipient of the funds under section 306, for not more than 2 years from the beginning of the Federal fiscal year in which the funds were appropriated..—The Secretary shall award grants to States in order to assist in supporting the establishment, maintenance, and expansion of programs and projects to prevent incidents of family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence, to provide immediate shelter, supportive services, and access to community-based programs for adult and youth victims of family violence, domestic violence, or dating violence, and their dependents, and to provide specialized services for children and youth exposed to family violence, domestic violence, or dating violence, underserved populations, and victims who are members of racial and ethnic minority populations.“(b) .—In carrying out the activities under this title, grantees and subgrantees may collaborate with and provide information to Federal, State, local, and tribal public officials and agencies, in accordance with limitations on disclosure of confidential or private information as described in paragraph (5), to develop and implement policies to reduce or eliminate adult and youth family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence.“(2) .—For the purpose of applying the prohibitions against discrimination on the basis of age under the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 (42 U. Such performance report shall describe the activities that have been carried out with such grant funds, contain an evaluation of the effectiveness of such activities, and provide such additional information as the Secretary may reasonably require..—The Secretary—“(1) shall award a grant to a nonprofit, nongovernmental entity to provide for the establishment and operation of a 24-hour national, toll-free telephone hotline to provide information and assistance to adults and youth victims of domestic violence and dating violence, family and household members of such victims, and those collaterally affected by the victimization; and“(2) may award a grant to a nonprofit, nongovernmental entity to provide for the establishment and operation of a 24-hour national, toll-free helpline providing specialized information and assistance to youth victims of domestic violence and dating violence, family and household members of such victims, and those collaterally affected by the victimization.“(b) .—The provision of payments under a grant awarded under this section shall be subject to annual approval by the Secretary and subject to the availability of appropriations for each fiscal year to make the payments.“(d) .—To be eligible to receive a grant under this section, an entity shall submit an application to the Secretary that shall—“(1) contain such agreements, assurances, and information, be in such form, and be submitted in such manner, as the Secretary shall prescribe;“(2) demonstrate that the applicant has the technological capacity to respond to the projected national hotline call or electronic communication volume;“(3) include a complete description of the applicant’s plan for the operation of a national domestic violence and dating violence hotline or youth helpline, including descriptions of—“(A) the hiring criteria and qualifications for personnel;“(B) the training program for personnel, including technology training to ensure that all persons affiliated are able to effectively operate any technological systems;“(C) the methods for the creation, maintenance, and updating of a comprehensive resource database;“(D) a plan for publicizing the availability of services to adults, youth, racial and ethnic minorities, underserved populations, American Indians, Alaska Native, older individuals, and individuals with disabilities and impairments;“(E) a plan for providing hotline services to users with limited English proficiency; including service through personnel who speak languages other than English;“(F) a plan for facilitating access to services by persons with hearing impairments;“(G) a comprehensive disaster preparedness and recovery plan; and“(H) a comprehensive privacy and confidentiality policy that includes provisions for nondisclosure of any personally identifying information or individual information collected or received in connection with services requested, utilized, or denied through such grantee’s program, including provisions that protect personally identifying information or individual information that may be collected, received, or maintained in any form, including electronically;“(4) demonstrate the ability to safely and securely provide information and referrals for callers and electronic communicators, directly connect hotline callers to service providers, and appropriately link electronic communicators to service providers;“(5) demonstrate that the applicant has a commitment to the provision of services to youth, racial and ethnic minorities, underserved populations, American Indians, Alaska Natives, older individuals, and individuals with disabilities and impairments;“(6) demonstrate that the applicant has recognized expertise in the area of domestic violence and dating violence and a record of high quality service to victims of domestic violence and dating violence and—“(A) in an application to provide national hotline services under subsection (a)(1)—“(i) demonstrate that the applicant has the capacity to effectively operate a 24-hour national, toll-free hotline that principally serves victims of domestic violence and dating violence;“(ii) demonstrate that the primary purpose of the applicant is to provide services to victims of domestic violence and dating violence or demonstrate a significant collaboration with a nonprofit, nongovernmental entity, the primary purpose of which is to provide services to victims of domestic violence or dating violence;“(iii) demonstrate meaningful collaboration in developing the application with service providers, including coalitions, with specialized expertise in serving youth, racial and ethnic minorities, underserved populations, American Indians, Alaska Natives, older individuals, and individuals with disabilities and impairments; and“(iv) demonstrate support from domestic violence and dating violence advocacy groups, community-based service providers, and State or tribal coalitions; or“(B) in an application to provide national youth helpline services under subsection (a)(2)—“(i) demonstrate that the applicant has the capacity to use innovative technological approaches and methods of communication to effectively operate a 24-hour national, toll-free youth helpline that principally serves youth victims of domestic violence and dating violence;“(ii) demonstrate that the primary purpose of the applicant is to provide services to youth victims of domestic violence and dating violence or demonstrate significant collaboration with a nonprofit, nongovernmental entity, the primary purpose of which is to provide services to youth victims of domestic violence or dating violence;“(iii) demonstrate meaningful collaboration in developing the application with service providers, including coalitions, with specialized expertise in serving youth from racial and ethnic minorities, underserved populations, American Indian tribes, and Alaska Native Villages; and“(iv) demonstrate that the applicant has support from various dating violence advocacy groups, community-based youth service providers, and state or tribal coalitions;“(7) demonstrate that the applicant complies with nondisclosure requirements as described in section 306(c)(5);“(8) demonstrate a plan for developing and following comprehensive quality assurance practices; and“(9) contain such other information as the Secretary may require.“(e) .—An entity that receives a grant under subsection (a)(1) shall use funds made available through the grant to establish and operate a 24-hour national, toll-free telephone hotline to provide information and assistance to adult and youth victims of domestic violence and dating violence.

The Secretary shall not disapprove any application under this subsection unless the Secretary gives the applicant reasonable notice of the Secretary’s intention to disapprove and a 6-month period providing an opportunity for correction of any deficiencies.“(2) .—The Secretary shall give such notice, within 45 days after the date of submission of the application, if any of the provisions of subsection (a) or section 306 have not been satisfied in such application. 3796gg–10 note);“(C) strong support for the entity's designation as the National Indian Resource Center Addressing Domestic Violence and Safety for Indian Women from advocates working within Indian tribes to address domestic violence and the safety of Indian women; and“(D) a record of demonstrated effectiveness in assisting Indian tribes with prevention and intervention services addressing domestic violence.“(3) .—To be eligible to receive a grant under subsection (b)(2)(E), an entity shall be an entity that—“(A) is a private nonprofit organization that focuses primarily on issues of domestic violence in a racial or ethnic community, or is a public or private nonprofit educational institution that has a domestic violence institute, center, or program related to culturally specific issues in domestic violence; and“(B)(i) has documented experience in the areas of domestic violence prevention and services, and experience relevant to the specific racial or ethnic population to which information, training, technical assistance, and outreach would be provided under the grant;“(ii) demonstrates the strong support of advocates from across the Nation who are working to address domestic violence;“(iii) has a record of demonstrated effectiveness in enhancing the cultural and linguistic relevancy of service delivery;“(iv) has an advisory board or steering committee and staffing that are reflective of the targeted community; and“(v) demonstrates the capacity to act as a nationwide resource center.“(e) .—Each entity receiving a grant under this section shall submit a performance report to the Secretary annually and in such manner as shall be reasonably required by the Secretary.

A mother’s breastfeeding of her baby does not under any circumstance constitute “sexual conduct.”“Sexually oriented material” means any book, article, magazine, publication, or written matter of any kind or any drawing, etching, painting, photograph, motion picture film, or sound recording that depicts sexual activity, actual or simulated, involving human beings or human beings and animals, that exhibits uncovered human genitals or the pubic region in a lewd or lascivious manner, or that exhibits human male genitals in a discernibly turgid state, even if completely and opaquely covered.“Simulated” means the explicit depiction of conduct described in subsection (16) which creates the appearance of such conduct and which exhibits any uncovered portion of the breasts, genitals, or buttocks. A person’s ignorance of a minor’s age, a minor’s misrepresentation of his or her age, a bona fide belief of a minor’s age, or a minor’s consent may not be raised as a defense in a prosecution for one or more violations of paragraph (a) or subsection (2). A person who, after having been convicted of violating this subsection, thereafter violates any of its provisions commits a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable as provided in s. No person shall as a condition to a sale, allocation, consignment, or delivery for resale of any paper, magazine, book, periodical, or publication require that the purchaser or consignee receive for resale any other article, paper, magazine, book, periodical, or publication reasonably believed by the purchaser or consignee to be obscene, and no person shall deny or threaten to deny or revoke any franchise or impose or threaten to impose any penalty, financial or otherwise, by reason of the failure of any person to accept any such article, paper, magazine, book, periodical, or publication, or by reason of the return thereof. The circuit court has jurisdiction to enjoin a threatened violation of this section upon complaint filed by the state attorney or attorney for a municipality in the name of the state upon the relation of such state attorney or attorney for a municipality. 847.001, may not be located within 2,500 feet of the real property that comprises a public or private elementary school, middle school, or secondary school unless the county or municipality approves the location under proceedings as provided in s. 166.041(3)(c) for notice, statement, or advertisement of any minor’s name, telephone number, place of residence, physical characteristics, or other descriptive or identifying information for purposes of facilitating, encouraging, offering, or soliciting sexual conduct of or with any minor, or the visual depiction of such conduct, commits a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. Any victim who is awarded damages under this section shall be deemed to have sustained damages of at least 0,000. 847.012 and 847.0133, any person in any jurisdiction other than this state who knew or believed that he or she was transmitting an image, information, or data that is harmful to minors, as defined in s. For purposes of this section, such reporting may include furnishing the law enforcement officer with any image, information, or data that the person reasonably believes to be evidence of child pornography, transmission of child pornography, or an image, information, or data that is harmful to minors to a minor in this state.The Secretary shall make publicly available on the Department of Health and Human Services website the reports submitted to Congress under this subsection, including the summary of the documentation provided to the Secretary under section 306(d)..—From the sums made under section 303 to carry out section 306 for any fiscal year, each State shall be allotted for a grant under section 306(a) 0,000, with the remaining funds to be allotted to each State in an amount that bears the same ratio to such remaining funds as the population of such State bears to the population of all States.“(b) .—For the purpose of this section, the population of each State, and the total population of all the States, shall be determined by the Secretary on the basis of the most recent census data available to the Secretary, and the Secretary shall use for such purpose, if available, the annual interim current census data produced by the Secretary of Commerce pursuant to section 181 of title 13, United States Code.“(c) .—If the sums made under section 303 to carry out section 306 for any fiscal year are not sufficient to pay in full the total amounts that all States are entitled to receive under subsection (a) for such fiscal year, then the maximum amounts that all States are entitled to receive under subsection (a) for such fiscal year shall be ratably reduced. 794), on the basis of sex under title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (20 U. No entity eligible to submit an application under subsection (b) shall be prohibited from making an application during any fiscal year for which funds are available because such an entity has not previously applied or received funding under this section.“(e) .—An amount provided under a grant to an eligible entity shall be used for the operation of a domestic violence shelter, for projects designed to prevent domestic violence, or to provide immediate shelter or supportive services for victims of domestic violence and their dependents.“(f) .—Funds under this section shall remain available until expended and in the event that funds allocated under subparagraph (a) are deobligated from a grantee, such funds shall be reallocated as part of the tribal formula grant program in the subsequent fiscal year..—The purpose of this section is to provide resource information, training, and technical assistance relating to the objectives of this title to improve the capacity of individuals, organizations, governmental entities, and communities to prevent domestic violence and to provide effective intervention services.“(2) .—From the amount reserved under section 303 to carry out this section for a fiscal year, the Secretary—“(A) shall award grants to eligible entities for the establishment and maintenance of 2 national resource centers (as provided for in subsection (b)(1)), and special issue resource centers addressing key areas of domestic violence intervention and prevention (as provided for in subsection (b)(2)); and“(B) may award grants to support training and technical assistance that address emerging issues related to domestic violence and dating violence.“(b) .—In accordance with subsection (a)(2), the Secretary shall award grants to eligible entities for—“(A) a National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, which shall—“(i) offer a comprehensive array of technical assistance and training resources to Federal, State, and local governmental agencies, domestic violence service providers, community-based organizations, and other professionals and interested parties, related to domestic violence service programs and research, including programs and research related to victims and their dependents; and“(ii) maintain a central resource library in order to collect, prepare, analyze, and disseminate information and statistics related to—“(I) the incidence and prevention of family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence; and“(II) the provision of shelter, supportive services, and prevention services to adult and youth victims of domestic violence (including services to prevent repeated incidents of violence); and“(B) a National Indian Resource Center Addressing Domestic Violence and Safety for Indian Women, which shall—“(i) offer a comprehensive array of technical assistance and training resources to Indian tribes and tribal organizations, specifically designed to enhance the capacity of the tribes and organizations to respond to domestic violence and the findings of section 901 of the Violence Against Women and Department of Justice Reauthorization Act of 2005 (42 U. Such performance report shall describe the activities that have been carried out with such grant funds, contain an evaluation of the effectiveness of such activities, and provide such additional information as the Secretary may reasonably require.“(g) .—The Secretary shall establish a grant program to expand the capacity of family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence service programs and community-based programs to prevent future domestic and dating violence by addressing the needs of children and youth exposed to domestic violence.“(2) .—The Secretary may make grants to eligible entities through the program established under paragraph (1) for periods of not more than 3 years.In the event that additional funds become available for making such grants for any fiscal year during which the preceding sentence is applicable, such reduced amounts shall be increased on the same basis as they were reduced.“(d) .—If, at the end of the sixth month of any fiscal year for which sums are appropriated under section 303, the amount allotted to a State has not been made available to such State in a grant under section 306(a) because of the failure of such State to meet the requirements for such a grant, then the Secretary shall reallot such amount to States that meet such requirements.“(e) .—All funds allotted to a State for a fiscal year under this section, made available to such State in a grant under section 306(a), and not obligated by the State by the end of the third fiscal year shall be made available to the Secretary for discretionary activities under section 306. 6101 et seq.), on the basis of disability under section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U. If the Secretary determines that an entity has received such a grant and been successful in meeting the objectives of the grant application submitted under subsection (c), the Secretary may renew the grant for 1 additional period of not more than 3 years.“(b) .—To be eligible to receive a grant under this section, an entity shall be a local or domestic violence or dating violence service provider or community-based organization with a demonstrated record of serving victims of domestic violence and dating violence and their children.“(c) .—An entity seeking a grant under this section shall submit an application to the Secretary at such time, in such manner, and containing such information as the Secretary may reasonably require, including—“(1) a description of how the entity will prioritize the safety of, and confidentiality of information about, adult and youth victims of domestic violence and their children;“(2) a description of how the entity will provide developmentally appropriate and age-appropriate services, and linguistically and culturally appropriate services, to the victims and children; and“(3) a description of how the entity will ensure that professionals working with the children receive the training and technical assistance appropriate and relevant to the unique needs of children exposed to domestic violence and address the safety of the non-abusing parent, and support the parent or caretaker’s ongoing caregiving capacity.“(d) .—An entity that receives a grant under this section for a family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence service or community-based program described in subsection (a)—“(1) shall use the funds made available through the grant—“(A) to provide direct counseling, appropriate services, or advocacy on behalf of victims of domestic violence and their children, including coordinating services with services provided by the child welfare system or local law enforcement agencies;“(B) to provide services for abused parents to support those parents' roles as caregivers and their roles in responding to the social, emotional, and developmental needs of their children; and“(C) where appropriate, to provide the services described in this subsection while working with such an abused parent and child together; and“(2) may use the funds made available through the grant—“(A) to provide early childhood development and mental health services;“(B) to coordinate activities with and provide technical assistance to community-based organizations serving victims of domestic violence or children exposed to domestic violence;“(C) to provide services including advocacy efforts on behalf of victims of domestic violence and dating violence and their minor children with respect to issues related directly to domestic violence or dating violence, including advocacy with the child welfare system; and“(D) to provide additional services and referrals to services for children, including child care, transportation, educational support, respite care, supervised visitation, legal services or other necessary services.“(e) .—Each entity receiving a grant under this section shall submit a performance report to the Secretary at such time as shall be reasonably required by the Secretary.The term “unlicensed massage establishment” does not include an establishment licensed under s. The person sought to be enjoined is entitled to a trial of the issues within 1 day after joinder of issue, and a decision shall be rendered by the court within 2 days after the conclusion of the trial. 202.11, Florida Statutes, or providers of information services that knowingly for commercial advantage or private financial gain facilitate the specific violation of such amended provisions by others.”A person may not knowingly sell, rent, loan, give away, distribute, transmit, or show any obscene material to a minor. 847.012, 847.011, 847.013, and 847.0133, Florida Statutes, by this act do not apply to providers of communications services as defined in s. Each separate use of a computer online service, Internet service, local bulletin board service, or any other device capable of electronic data storage or transmission wherein an offense described in this section is committed may be charged as a separate offense. Any person who violates this section commits a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable by a fine not exceeding ,000.480.043 which routinely provides medical services by state-licensed health care practitioners and massage therapists licensed under s. Proof that a defendant knowingly committed any act or engaged in any conduct referred to in this section may be made by showing that at the time such act was committed or conduct engaged in the defendant had actual knowledge of the contents or character of the material, matter, article, or thing possessed or otherwise dealt with, by showing facts and circumstances from which it may fairly be inferred that he or she had such knowledge, or by showing that he or she had knowledge of such facts and circumstances as would put a person of ordinary intelligence and caution on inquiry as to such contents or character. If a final decree of injunction is entered, it must contain a provision directing the defendant having the possession, custody, or control of the materials, matters, articles, or things affected by the injunction to surrender the same to the sheriff and requiring the sheriff to seize and destroy the same. For purposes of this section “obscene material” means any obscene book, magazine, periodical, pamphlet, newspaper, comic book, story paper, written or printed story or article, writing paper, card, picture, drawing, photograph, motion picture film, figure, image, videotape, videocassette, phonograph record, or wire or tape or other recording, or any written, printed, or recorded matter of any such character which may or may not require mechanical or other means to be transmuted into auditory, visual, or sensory representations of such character, or any article or instrument for obscene use, or purporting to be for obscene use or purpose. 202.11, Florida Statutes, or to providers of information services, including, but not limited to, Internet access service providers and hosting service providers, when they only provide the transmission, storage, or caching of electronic communications or messages of others or provide other related communications or information services used by others in violation of such amended provisions. Any person who travels any distance either within this state, to this state, or from this state by any means, who attempts to do so, or who causes another to do so or to attempt to do so for the purpose of engaging in any illegal act described in chapter 794, chapter 800, or chapter 827, or to otherwise engage in other unlawful sexual conduct with a child or with another person believed by the person to be a child after using a computer online service, Internet service, local bulletin board service, or any other device capable of electronic data storage or transmission to: Seduce, solicit, lure, or entice or attempt to seduce, solicit, lure, or entice a child or another person believed by the person to be a child, to engage in any illegal act described in chapter 794, chapter 800, or chapter 827, or to otherwise engage in other unlawful sexual conduct with a child; or Solicit, lure, or entice or attempt to solicit, lure, or entice a parent, legal guardian, or custodian of a child or a person believed to be a parent, legal guardian, or custodian of a child to consent to the participation of such child in any act described in chapter 794, chapter 800, or chapter 827, or to otherwise engage in any sexual conduct, Intentionally commits any other sexual act that does not involve actual physical or sexual contact with the victim, including, but not limited to, sadomasochistic abuse, sexual bestiality, or the simulation of any act involving sexual activitylive over a computer online service, Internet service, or local bulletin board service and who knows or should know or has reason to believe that the transmission is viewed on a computer or television monitor by a victim who is less than 16 years of age, commits lewd or lascivious exhibition in violation of this subsection. An offender less than 18 years of age who commits a lewd or lascivious exhibition using a computer commits a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. A person is subject to prosecution in this state pursuant to chapter 910 for any conduct proscribed by this section which the person engages in, while either within or outside this state, if by such conduct the person commits a violation of this section involving a child, a child’s guardian, or another person believed by the person to be a child or a child’s guardian.Exposure to domestic violence or dating violence, absent other indicators of abuse or neglect, shall not be construed as child maltreatment.“(2) .—The term ‘dating violence’ means any act or pattern of acts of violence, harassment, coercion, forcible detention, kidnapping, or abuse, including any threatened act committed by an adult or minor person who is or has been in a social relationship of a romantic or intimate nature with the victim, as determined based on the following factors:“(A) The length of the relationship.“(B) The type of relationship.“(C) The frequency of interaction between the persons involved in the relationship.“(3) .—For the purposes of this chapter, the terms ‘domestic violence and family violence’ means any act or pattern of acts of violence, harassment, coercion, forcible detention, kidnapping, or abuse, including any threatened act, committed by—“(A) a current or former spouse of the victim;“(B) a person with whom the victim shares a child in common;“(C) a person who is cohabitating with or has cohabitated with the victim as a spouse;“(D) a person similarly situated to a spouse of the victim under the domestic or family violence laws of the jurisdiction receiving grant monies; or“(E) any other person against an adult or youth victim who is protected from that person’s acts under the domestic violence laws of the jurisdiction.“(4) .—The terms ‘personally identifying information’ and ‘personal information’ means individually identifying information for or about an individual including information likely to disclose the location of a victim of family violence, domestic violence or dating violence, regardless of whether the information is encoded, encrypted, hashed, or otherwise protected, including—“(A) a first and last name;“(B) a home or other physical address;“(C) contact information (including a postal, e-mail or Internet protocol address, or telephone or facsimile number);“(D) a Social Security number; and“(E) any other information, including date of birth, racial or ethnic background, or religious affiliation, that, in combination with any of subparagraphs (A) through (D), would serve to identify any individual.“(6) .—The term ‘shelter’ means the provision of temporary refuge and related assistance in compliance with applicable State law (including regulation) governing the provision, on a regular basis, of shelter, safe homes, meals, and related assistance to victims of family violence or domestic violence, and their dependents.“(9) .—The term ‘State’ means each of the several States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the United States Virgin Islands, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, except as otherwise provided.“(10) .—The term ‘State Domestic Violence Coalition’ means a statewide or territory-wide nonprofit, nongovernmental domestic violence organization that—“(A) has a membership that includes a majority of the primary-purpose domestic violence service providers in the State;“(B) has board membership representative of primary-purpose domestic violence service providers or such service providers and the other representatives of the community in which the services are being provided in the State;“(C) has as its purpose to provide education, support, and technical assistance to such service providers to enable the providers to establish and maintain shelter and supportive services for victims of domestic violence and their dependents;“(D) serves as an information clearinghouse, primary point of contact, and resource center on domestic violence for the State and supports the development of polices, protocols, and procedures to enhance domestic violence intervention and prevention in the State; and“(E) does not operate under the auspice of any government office, private entity, or umbrella organization.“(11) .—The term ‘supportive services’ means services for adult and youth victims of family violence, domestic violence, dating violence, and children exposed to family violence, domestic violence, or dating violence, that are designed to—“(A) meet the needs of such victims of family violence, domestic violence, or dating violence and their children, for short-term, transitional, or long-term safety; or“(B) provide counseling, advocacy, or assistance for victims in recovery from violence or abuse and their children.“(12) .—The terms ‘underserved populations’ and ‘underserved individuals’ mean—“(A) adult and youth victims of family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence and their children who face obstacles in accessing and using State and local domestic violence and dating violence services due to factors such as—“(i) marginalized racial and ethnic identities;“(ii) American Indian status;“(iii) cultural and language barriers;“(iv) immigration status;“(v) physical, sensory, or cognitive disabilities;“(vi) mental disabilities or other mental health needs;“(vii) sexual orientation or gender identity;“(viii) age (including both elders and minors);“(ix) geographical location; and“(x) faith or religious practice; and“(B) other populations determined to be underserved by a State or by the Family Violence Prevention and Services Program.“(13) .—Subject to paragraph (3), from the total amount made available under paragraph (1) for a fiscal year, the Secretary shall reserve—“(A) not less than 70 percent to carry out section 306;“(B) not less than 10 percent to carry out section 309;“(C) not less than 6.5 percent to carry out section 310;“(D) not less than 10 percent to carry out section 311; and“(E) not more than 2.5 percent to carry out section 304 and for any other Federal administrative costs related to activities of the Secretary under this title.“(3) .—For a fiscal year for which the amount appropriated under paragraph (1) equals or exceeds 0,000,000, the Secretary shall reserve—“(i) subject to subparagraph (B), not less than 68.25 percent to carry out section 306;“(ii) not less than 10 percent to carry out section 309;“(iii) not less than 6.33 percent to carry out section 310;“(iv) not less than 9.75 percent to carry out section 311;“(v) not less than 2.25 percent to carry out section 316; and“(vi) not more than 2.43 percent to carry out section 304 and for any other Federal administrative costs related to activities of the Secretary under this title.“(B) .—From any amount reserved under subparagraph (A)(i), the Secretary shall reserve 75 percent of the excess amount to carry out section 306 and the remaining 25 percent shall be reserved to carry out section 312.“(II) .—For a fiscal year for which the amount reserved under subparagraph (A)(i) exceeds ,000,000, the Secretary may reserve not more than 1 percent of the amount reserved under such subparagraph for administrative costs related to the provision of grants under section 306, including the provision of technical assistance to grantees and subgrantees.“(b) .—In order to carry out the provisions of this title, the Secretary is authorized to—“(1) appoint and fix the compensation of such personnel as are necessary;“(2) procure, to the extent authorized by section 3109 of title 5, United States Code, such temporary and intermittent services of experts and consultants as are necessary;“(3) make grants to eligible entities or enter into contracts with for-profit or nonprofit, nongovernmental entities and establish reporting requirements for such grantees and contractors;“(4) prescribe such regulations and guidance as are reasonably necessary in order to carry out the objectives and provisions of this title, to ensure accountability and transparency of the actions of grantees, or, as determined by the Secretary, to be reasonably necessary to carry out this title; and“(5) coordinate programs within the Department of Health and Human Services, and seek to coordinate with programs administered by other Federal agencies, that involve or impact efforts to prevent family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence or the provision of assistance for adult and youth victims of family violence, domestic violence, or dating violence.“(b) .—The Secretary shall—“(1) select 1 or more employees to carry out the provisions of this title, including carrying out evaluation and monitoring under this title, which employees shall, prior to such appointment, have expertise in the field of family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence prevention and services;“(2) provide for the training of personnel and provide technical assistance in the conduct of programs for the intervention in and prevention of family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence;“(3) provide for and coordinate research into the most effective approaches to the intervention in and prevention of family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence, by—“(A) consulting with experts and program providers within the family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence field to identify gaps in research and knowledge, establish research priorities, and disseminate research findings;“(B) collecting and reporting data on the provision of family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence services, including assistance and programs supported by Federal funds made available under this title and by other governmental or nongovernmental sources of funds; and“(C) coordinating family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence research efforts within the Department of Health and Human Services with relevant research administered or carried out by other Federal agencies and other researchers, including research on the provision of assistance for adult and youth victims of family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence; and“(4) support the development and implementation of effective policies, protocols, and programs within the Department and at other Federal agencies that address the safety and support needs of adult and youth victims of family violence, domestic violence, or dating violence.“(c) .—Every 2 years, the Secretary shall review and evaluate the activities conducted by grantees and subgrantees under this title and the effectiveness of the programs administered pursuant to this title, and submit a report containing the evaluation to the Committee on Education and Labor of the House of Representatives and the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions of the Senate. 2000d et seq.), programs and activities funded in whole or in part with funds made available under this title are considered to be programs and activities receiving Federal financial assistance.“(B) .—No person shall on the ground of sex or religion be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under, any program or activity funded in whole or in part with funds made available under this title. Not less than 25 percent of the funds distributed by a State under subsection (a) shall be distributed for the purpose of providing supportive services or prevention services as described in subparagraphs (B) through (H) of paragraph (1).“(c) .—To be eligible to receive a subgrant from a State under this section, an entity shall—“(1) be a nonprofit private organization (including faith-based and charitable organizations, community-based organizations, tribal organizations, voluntary organizations, or a local public agency), that assists victims of family violence, domestic violence, or dating violence and their dependents, and has a documented history of effective work concerning family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence; or“(2) an organization whose primary purpose is to provide culturally appropriate services to racial and ethnic minority groups or other underserved populations and is in partnership with an organization described in paragraph (1).“(d) .—No funds provided through subgrants made under this section may be used as direct payment to any victim of family violence, domestic violence, or dating violence, or to any dependent of such victim.“(2) .—Receipt of supportive services under this title shall be voluntary. 450 note) and in accordance with section 903 of the Violence Against Women and Department of Justice Reauthorization Act of 2005 (42 U. An Indian tribe shall have the option to authorize a tribal organization or a nonprofit private organization to submit an application and administer the grant funds awarded under this section.“(c) .—Each recipient of such a grant shall comply with requirements that are consistent with the requirements applicable to grantees under section 306(c)(5) and requirements determined by the Secretary to be appropriate to the unique circumstances of Indian Tribes.“(d) .—To be eligible to receive a grant under this section, an entity shall submit an application to the Secretary at such time, in such manner, and containing such information as the Secretary determines to be essential to carry out the objectives and provisions of this title. 3796gg–10 note).“(2) .—In accordance with subsection (a)(2), the Secretary shall award grants to eligible entities for special issue resource centers, which shall provide information, training, and technical assistance to State and local domestic violence service providers, and shall specialize in at least 1 of the following areas of domestic violence service, prevention, or law:“(A) The response of the criminal and civil justice systems to domestic violence victims, which may include the response to the use of the self-defense plea by domestic violence victims and the issuance and use of protective orders.“(B) The response of child protective service agencies to victims of domestic violence and their dependents and child custody issues in domestic violence cases.“(C) The response of the interdisciplinary health care system to victims of domestic violence and access to health care resources for victims of domestic violence.“(D) The response of mental health systems, domestic violence service programs, and other related systems and programs to victims of domestic violence and their children who are exposed to domestic violence, or to victims of domestic violence with mental illness.“(E) In the case of 3 specific resource centers, the response of domestic violence service providers to victims of domestic violence who are members of racial and ethnic minority groups, to enhance the cultural and linguistic relevancy of service delivery, resource utilization, policy, research, technical assistance, community education, and prevention initiatives.“(c) .—Under subsection (a)(2)(B), the Secretary may award grants to support training and technical assistance that respond to emerging issues in the field of domestic violence that the Secretary may identify in consultation with representatives from community-based domestic violence service providers, State Domestic Violence Coalitions, national domestic violence organizations, and culturally specific services, including the provision of training and technical assistance on the complex issues addressing emerging immigrant communities and providing cross-cultural leadership development and training.“(d) .—To be eligible to receive a grant under subsection (b)(1)(A) or subparagraph (A), (B), (C), or (D) of subsection (b)(2) and subsection (c), an entity shall be a private nonprofit organization that focuses primarily on domestic violence or is a public or private nonprofit education institution that has a domestic violence institute, center, or programs related to culturally specific issues in domestic violence and that—“(A) provides documentation to the Secretary demonstrating experience working directly on issues of domestic violence, and (in the case of an entity seeking a grant under subsection (b)(2)) demonstrating experience working directly in the corresponding specific special issue area described in subsection (b)(2);“(B) includes on the entity's advisory board representatives who are from domestic violence service programs and who are geographically and culturally diverse;“(C) demonstrates the strong support of domestic violence service programs from across the Nation for the entity's designation as a national resource center or a special issue resource center, as appropriate; and“(D) demonstrates the capacity to act as a nationwide resource center.“(2) .—To be eligible to receive a grant under subsection (b)(1)(B), an entity shall be a private nonprofit, nongovernmental organization that focuses primarily on issues of domestic violence within Indian tribes and that submits documentation to the Secretary demonstrating—“(A) experience working with Indian tribes and tribal organizations to respond to domestic violence and the findings of section 901 of the Violence Against Women Department of Justice Reauthorization Act of 2005 (42 U. Only one State Domestic Violence Coalition, as defined in 302(10), may be selected from each State.