Funding Opportunities

SAMHSA FY 2001 Funding Opportunities

Application Information


Cooperative Agreement to Bridge the Gap:
Phase II Implementation of Community-Based Practice/Research Collaboratives
Guidance for Applicants (GFA) No. TI 01-001

The overall purpose of the PRC Implementation Program is to improve the quality of substance abuse treatment by increasing interaction and knowledge exchange among key community based stakeholders, including substance abuse treatment providers, researchers, policy makers, and a consumer representative.  Prior to the Implementation Phase of the program, it is expected that the PRCs will have developed the necessary infrastructure to implement and evaluate the use of evidence based practices in community settings.  Through these efforts, the PRCs will be able, over time, to make significant contributions to the field's knowledge and understanding about substance abuse treatment.

Receipt date: May 4, 2001 

Click here to find announcement in the online Federal Register for February 7, 2001
Click here to download Wordperfect 6/7/8 file of program announcement
Click here to download Adobe Acrobat file of program announcement
GFA Part II is required; click here for more information
For a printed copy of the grant announcement, call National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information (NCADI): 
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