The Attorney General may award competitive grants to address the use of methamphetamine among pregnant and parenting women offenders to promote public safety, public health, family permanence and well being.
Grants awarded under this section shall be used to facilitate or enhance and  collaboration between the criminal justice, child welfare, and State, territorial, or Tribal substance abuse systems in order to carry out programs to address the use of methamphetamine drugs by pregnant and parenting women offenders.
The term “child welfare agency” means the State, territorial, or Tribal agency responsible for child or family services and welfare.
The term “criminal justice agency” means an agency of the State, territory, Indian tribe, or local government or its contracted agency that is responsible for detection, arrest, enforcement, prosecution, defense, adjudication, incarceration, probation, or parole relating to the violation of the criminal laws of that State, territory, Indian tribe, or local government.
No grant may be awarded under this section unless an application has been submitted to, and approved by, the Attorney General.
The grant shall be a three-year grant. Successful applicants may reapply for only one additional three-year funding cycle and the Attorney General may approve such applications.
Successful applicants shall submit to the Attorney General a report on the activities carried out under the grant at the end of each fiscal year.
There are authorized to be appropriated to carry out this section such sums as may be necessary.