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SAMHSA News - May/June 2004, Volume 12, Number 3
 

SAMHSA Announces Funding Opportunities

SAMHSA recently announced grant funding opportunities for Fiscal Year 2004. Selected Notices of Funding Availability include the following:

  • Cooperative Agreement for Ecstasy and Other Club Drugs Prevention Services (Application due date: June 18, 2004)—15 awards, up to $300,000 for 5 years, to prevent youth involvement with Ecstasy and club drugs through effective and culturally appropriate prevention services. (SP 04-004, $4.5 million)
  • State Incentive Grants for Treatment of Persons with Co-Occurring Substance Related and Mental Health Disorders (Application due date: June 8, 2004)—4 grants, up to $1.1 million per year in two phases, to increase state and local capacity to provide accessible, effective, comprehensive, coordinated, integrated, and evidence-based treatment services to persons with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders, and their families. (SM 04-012, $4.5 million)
  • Access to Recovery Grants (Application due date: June 4, 2004)—15 grants, up to $15 million per year for 3 years, for states to implement voucher programs that support client choice among substance abuse clinical treatment and recovery providers, expand access to clinical treatment and recovery support options, and increase substance abuse treatment capacity. (TI 04-009, $100 million)
  • Program To Aid Reentry of Young Offenders into the Community (Application due date: June 15, 2004)—12 to 14 awards, from $300,000 to $500,000 for up to 4 years, to expand and enhance substance abuse treatment and related reentry systems for juveniles and young adults sentenced to prisons, jails, or juvenile detention centers. (TI 04-002, $6 million)
  • Substance Abuse Services Research (Application due date: June 1, 2004)—5 grants, up to $30,000 for 2 years, to support dissertation research involving data analysis on substance abuse services issues. The dissertation must examine in a quantitative way a problem or issue in the area of substance abuse. (PA 04-001, $150,000)

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Infrastructure Grants

  • State Mental Health Data Infrastructure Grants for Quality Improvement (Application due date: June 16, 2004)—51 awards, up to $150,000 per year for 3 years, to support state and local mental health authorities to improve the management of delivery of mental health services. (SM 04-005, $8.25 million)
  • Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Substance Abuse State Infrastructure Grants (Application due date: June 3, 2004)—7 awards, up to $750,000 per year for 5 years, to expand and strengthen treatment services for children, adolescents, and youth in transition with serious emotional disturbances, substance abuse disorders, and/or co-occurring disorders, and their families. (SM 04-006, $5.3 million)
  • Drug-Addiction-Treatment-Act-of-2000 (DATA) Physician Clinical Support System (Application due date: June 2, 2004)—1 award, up to $500,000 per year for up to 3 years, to develop a coordinated, clinical support program for physicians who are treating addicted patients with buprenorphine products. (TI 04-005, $500,000)
  • State Incentive Grants To Build Capacity for Alternatives to Restraint and Seclusion (Application due date: June 1, 2004)—8 awards, up to $237,000 per year for up to 3 years, to support state efforts to adopt best practices to reduce and ultimately eliminate the use of restraint and seclusion in all mental health services settings. (SM 04-007, $1.9 million)

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Services Grants

  • Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for Pregnant and Postpartum Women and Their Children (Application due date: June 2, 2004)—14 awards, up to $500,000 per year for up to 3 years, to expand the availability of comprehensive, high-quality, resident substance abuse treatment services for pregnant, postpartum, or parenting low-income women, and parenting women and their minor children with limited access to health services. (TI 04-004, $7 million)
  • Development of Comprehensive Drug/Alcohol and Mental Health Treatment Systems for Persons Who Are Homeless (Application due date: May 28, 2004)—35 awards, up to $400,000 each year for 5 years, to expand and strengthen treatment services for homeless individuals with substance abuse disorders, mental illness, or with co-occurring substance abuse disorders and mental illness. (TI 04-001, $13.9 million)

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Additional Information

For the most up-to-date listings, and for information regarding applications, visit www.SAMHSA.gov/grants. Information is also available at www.grants.gov and the Federal Register. Or, telephone the National Mental Health Information Center at 1 (800) 789-2647 or the National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information at 1 (800) 729-6686. End of Article

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