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SAMHSA Grant Awards By State FY 2007
Discretionary Funds in Detail

Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS)

KANSAS

Grantee: Kansas Dept of Social & Rehab Service Topeka, KS
Program: Disaster Relief SM000243
Congressional District: KS-01
FY 2007 Funding: $683,812
Project Period: 09/03/2007 - 06/02/2008
  
Grantee: KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY Manhattan, KS
Program: Campus Suicide SM057871
Congressional District: KS-02
FY 2007 Funding: $66,330
Project Period: 09/30/2006 - 09/29/2009
CollegeLifeCafe.com is an innovative, interactive online program designed to engage college students in promoting mental wellness, particularly with regard to prevention of suicide, depression, and substance abuse, and encourage help seeking behaviors so as to enhance positive experiences and success while in college. This online program is supported by a comprehensive campus wide action plan including programming and training for students, faculty, and staff. This website goes beyond the typical, static, text based website of informational pages to engage college students at a deeper level with a complete online program of content and features that are relevant to their needs, interests, and comfort with using the internet. The mental wellness approach to CollegeLifeCafe.com focuses more on how to be mentally healthy and less on the pathology of mental illness.
  
Grantee: KEYS FOR NETWORKING, INC. Topeka, KS
Program: Statewide Family Networks SM057930
Congressional District: KS-02
FY 2007 Funding: $60,000
Project Period: 09/30/2007 - 09/29/2010
For twenty years, Keys for Networking (KEYS) has worked to build culturally competent, accessible community services for Kansas children. Leveraging the collective experiences of diverse families to inform transformational planning, KEYS will expand the statewide infrastructure to foster leadership among a broad spectrum of parents and youth to become self and system advocates, connect to each other, to quality providers and decision makers. The project will target Kansas parents and youth who have serious emotional disabilities with specific outreach to those who are minority, rural/frontier, poor, culturally and gender diverse and engage them in mental health transformation. Project goals are to: A. Strengthen KEYS relationships with mental health stakeholder organizations to foster a climate that welcomes parent and youth access to mental health planning and shared policymaking. B. Foster leadership and business skills among parents and youth to become self and system advocates, connect to each other and to quality providers and decision makers. C. Improve KEYS internal capacity to provide the support, assistance and training (technical assistance) statewide to parents and youth with SED so they can evolve as system change agents. D. Strengthen coalitions between and among family members, policy makers and service providers to ensure that the experience of families, presented by families is the catalyst for transforming the mental health system. E. Connect youth to each other and to transformation efforts of the subcommittees of the GMHPC. The capacity expansion goals of Per Aspera promote an infrastructure development agenda and connect the parents and youth who are primary customers of Medicaid to the State Plan implementation effort and the transformation agenda of the Governor's Mental Helath Planning Council.
  
Grantee: KANSAS STATE DEPT OF SOC & REHAB SRVCS Topeka, KS
Program: State Data Infrastructure Grants (2007) SM058116
Congressional District: KS-02
FY 2007 Funding: $142,200
Project Period: 09/30/2007 - 09/29/2010
This project will improve the Kansas public mental health system's data infrastructure by developing and implementing the means to provide local, state and federal stakeholder's access to web-based reports. This project will also develop the mechanism and processes required to allow the SMHA to dependably utilize connections across data systems that will produce accurate and efficient methods for tracking and reporting of shared Outcome Measures across the array of mental health, SMHH, and substance abuse services. Furthermore, the proposed project will enable the inclusion of Performance Measures and Consumer Outcomes specifically for children receiving services provided in a Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility.
  

Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP)

Grantee: COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS OF MARION COUNTY Hillsboro, KS
Program: Drug Free Communities SP012278
Congressional District: KS-01
FY 2007 Funding: $100,000
Project Period: 09/30/2005 - 09/29/2008
The grantee will: (1) Reduce substance abuse among youth and, over time, among adults by addressing the factors in a community that increase the risk of substance abuse and promoting the factors that minimize the risk of substance abuse and; (2) Establish and strengthen community anti-drug coalitions.
  
Grantee: EMPORIANS FOR DRUG AWARENESS Emporia, KS
Program: Drug Free Communities SP011233
Congressional District: KS-01
FY 2007 Funding: $92,675
Project Period: 09/30/2005 - 09/29/2009
The grantee will: (1) Reduce substance abuse among youth and, over time, among adults by addressing the factors in a community that increase the risk of substance abuse and promoting the factors that minimize the risk of substance abuse and; (2) Establish and strengthen community anti-drug coalitions.
  
Grantee: FLINT HILLS RES CONSRVATION AND DEV AREA Strong City, KS
Program: Drug Free Communities SP011389
Congressional District: KS-01
FY 2007 Funding: $100,000
Project Period: 09/30/2005 - 09/29/2009
The grantee will: (1) Reduce substance abuse among youth and, over time, among adults by addressing the factors in a community that increase the risk of substance abuse and promoting the factors that minimize the risk of substance abuse and; (2) Establish and strengthen community anti-drug coalitions.
  
Grantee: NORTHWEST KANSAS CNCL ON SUBST ABUSE Colby, KS
Program: Drug Free Communities SP012279
Congressional District: KS-01
FY 2007 Funding: $99,400
Project Period: 09/30/2005 - 09/29/2008
The grantee will: (1) Reduce substance abuse among youth and, over time, among adults by addressing the factors in a community that increase the risk of substance abuse and promoting the factors that minimize the risk of substance abuse and; (2) Establish and strengthen community anti-drug coalitions.
  
Grantee: SMOKY HILL FNDN FOR CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY Hays, KS
Program: Drug Free Communities SP011599
Congressional District: KS-01
FY 2007 Funding: $80,296
Project Period: 09/30/2005 - 09/29/2009
The grantee will: (1) Reduce substance abuse among youth and, over time, among adults by addressing the factors in a community that increase the risk of substance abuse and promoting the factors that minimize the risk of substance abuse and; (2) Establish and strengthen community anti-drug coalitions.
  
Grantee: SHAWNEE REG PREV AND RECOVERY SVCS, INC. Topeka, KS
Program: Drug Free Communities SP011698
Congressional District: KS-02
FY 2007 Funding: $100,000
Project Period: 09/30/2005 - 09/29/2009
The grantee will: (1) Reduce substance abuse among youth and, over time, among adults by addressing the factors in a community that increase the risk of substance abuse and promoting the factors that minimize the risk of substance abuse and; (2) Establish and strengthen community anti-drug coalitions.
  
Grantee: ROYAL VALLEY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 337 Mayetta, KS
Program: Drug Free Communities SP014368
Congressional District: KS-02
FY 2007 Funding: $63,780
Project Period: 09/30/2007 - 09/29/2012
The grantee will: (1) reduce substance abuse among youth and over time, among adults by addressing factors in the community that increase the risk of substance abuse and promote factors to minimize the risk of substance abuse; (2) establish and strengthen citizen participation and collaboration among communities, nonprofit agencies, and federal, state, local, and tribal governments to support community efforts to deliver effective substance use prevention strategies for youth; (3) use the Strategic Prevention Framework of evidence based prevention strategies to assess needs, build capacity, plan, implement and evaluate community prevention initiatives; and (4) assess and report on the effectiveness of community prevention initiatives to reduce age of onset of any drug use, frequency of use in the past 30 days, increased perception of risk or harm, and increased perception of disapproval of use by peers and adults.
  
Grantee: KANSAS STATE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR Topeka, KS
Program: Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grants SP013921
Congressional District: KS-02
FY 2007 Funding: $2,093,000
Project Period: 09/30/2006 - 09/29/2011
The Kansas Strategic Prevention Framework: Prevention for the Twenty-first Century project will utilize the strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant (SPF SIG) to build upon interagency efforts, address indentified service gaps and policy needs, and build infrastructure at the state and community levels that, together, leads to more efficient and effective deployment and ensure population-impact on substance abuse and relate problems.
  
Grantee: KANSAS CITY KANSAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE Kansas City, KS
Program: Drug Free Communities SP014480
Congressional District: KS-03
FY 2007 Funding: $100,000
Project Period: 09/30/2007 - 09/29/2012
The grantee will: (1) reduce substance abuse among youth and over time, among adults by addressing factors in the community that increase the risk of substance abuse and promote factors to minimize the risk of substance abuse; (2) establish and strengthen citizen participation and collaboration among communities, nonprofit agencies, and federal, state, local, and tribal governments to support community efforts to deliver effective substance use prevention strategies for youth; (3) use the Strategic Prevention Framework of evidence based prevention strategies to assess needs, build capacity, plan, implement and evaluate community prevention initiatives; and (4) assess and report on the effectiveness of community prevention initiatives to reduce age of onset of any drug use, frequency of use in the past 30 days, increased perception of risk or harm, and increased perception of disapproval of use by peers and adults.
  
Grantee: JOHNSON COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER Olathe, KS
Program: Drug Free Communities SP013184
Congressional District: KS-03
FY 2007 Funding: $100,000
Project Period: 09/30/2005 - 09/29/2010
The grantee will: (1) reduce substance abuse among youth and over time, among adults by addressing factors in the community that increase the risk of substance abuse and promote factors to minimize the risk of substance abuse; (2) establish and strengthen citizen participation and collaboration among communities, nonprofit agencies, and federal, state, local, and tribal governments to support community efforts to deliver effective substance use prevention strategies for youth; (3) use the Strategic Prevention Framework of evidence based prevention strategies to assess needs, build capacity, plan, implement and evaluate community prevention initiatives; and (4) assess and report on the effectiveness of community prevention initiatives to reduce age of onset of any drug use, frequency of use in the past 30 days, increased perception of risk or harm, and increased perception of disapproval of use by peers and adults.
  
Grantee: HARVEY CNTY PARTNERSHIP/CMTIES IN SCHLS Newton, KS
Program: Drug Free Communities SP013751
Congressional District: KS-04
FY 2007 Funding: $100,000
Project Period: 09/30/2006 - 09/29/2011
The grantee will: (1) reduce substance abuse among youth and over time, among adults by addressing factors in the community that increase the risk of substance abuse and promote factors to minimize the risk of substance abuse; (2) establish and strengthen citizen participation and collaboration among communities, nonprofit agencies, and federal, state, local, and tribal governments to support community efforts to deliver effective substance use prevention strategies for youth; (3) use the Strategic Prevention Framework of evidence based prevention strategies to assess needs, build capacity, plan, implement and evaluate community prevention initiatives; and (4) assess and report on the effectiveness of community prevention initiatives to reduce age of onset of any drug use, frequency of use in the past 30 days, increased perception of risk or harm, and increased perception of disapproval of use by peers and adults.
  
Grantee: REGIONAL PREVENTION CTR OF WICHITA Wichita, KS
Program: Drug Free Communities SP013024
Congressional District: KS-04
FY 2007 Funding: $100,000
Project Period: 09/30/2005 - 09/29/2010
The SA Prevention Coalition of Wichita is a collaborative effort of the Regional Prevention Center, and members of vairous sectors from the community. This partnership serves the city of Whichita, KS an urban community wth a population of 346, 664 that is 74.1% Caucasian, 11.7% African American and 10.4.% Hispanic. The target population impacted by this project will be youth ages 12-19 and ultimately adults. The program will establish a coordinated effort in twelve community sectors to reduce risk factors and implement effective prevention programs in the community of Wichita. To acheive the 3 goals of this DFCSP program the Substance Abuse Coalition of Wichita will implement the following strategies: Information dissemination, Drug Free Alternative activities, Problem Identification and Referral, Community-based Processes, and Environmental strategies.
  

Last Update: 9/24/2008