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The Environmental Justice Thriving Communities Technical Assistance Centers, EJ TCTACs, are a collaborative initiative of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)

Welcome to the EJ TCTAC Network

Are you in a community with environmental justice concerns? EJ TCTACs can help you get started with grant support, partnership identification, budgeting, capacity building, translation and more.

How can we support you?

What are EJ TCTACs?

EJ TCTACs are institutions and organizations throughout the country with a common goal: to support the communities already doing essential environmental and energy justice work.


Low-income communities and marginalized populations bear the brunt of climate change and environmental damage. Communities know what they need, but they often don’t have access to the opportunities or investments to make those solutions possible.


The EJ TCTACs are here to change that. Whether through guidance and training for grant writing, project management, or budgeting, the EJ TCTACs are ready to support eligible entities making their communities safer, healthier, and greener.

Funding and Grants

Search our database for open grants and funding opportunities, including how to qualify and apply.

Technical Assistance Center

Technical assistance includes support for grant writing, navigating financing, finding and developing partnerships, translation and more.

Coming Soon

EJ TCTACs provide technical assistance to support disinvested communities in their work to make environments safer, healthier, and greener places.

What We Do

Institute for Sustainable Communities
International City/County Management Association
National Indian Health Board
Atma Connect
American Society of Adaptation Professionals
Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals
National League of Cities
National Forum for Black Public Administrators
Urban Sustainability Directors Network

The EPA's three designated national TCTACs and their partners.

Key Partners

Regional TCTACs were designated by the EPA to provide direct support to the communities in their area. Regional TCTACs are here to help you navigate federal programs, encourage community engagement, and make environmental justice projects successful — and your regional TCTAC wants to hear from you.

The Regional TCTACs

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