The Discretionary Services grant programs were created in 1998 to address the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA's) second major goal, which is "to meet unmet and emerging needs." The Discretionary Services programs are intended to respond to the critical need to address gaps in treatment capacity. Responding to treatment capacity problems includes addressing the needs of communities that have serious emerging drug problems and developing innovative solutions to unmet needs.
Within each of the targeted populations are subgroups, including racial and ethnic minority groups, homeless individuals, and persons living with HIV/AIDS.
Discretionary Services Tools
These tools are for all grantees except ATR II and PPW
PPW Cross-site Evaluation Tools
ATR II GPRA and Voucher Tools
ATR II Tools
ATR III GPRA Voucher Tools and Codebooks
ATR III Tools
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Last updated: 12/09/2010