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SP-15-003 Individual Grant Awards 2015SPF-PFS
|Award Number||Organization||Grantee State Sort descending||City||Funding amount|
|1 U79 SP020782-01||
The Tanana Chiefs PFS will implement a three pronged approach that focuses on 1) increasing awareness of the relationship between mental and physical wellness and substance abuse 2) enhancing capacity of our community to address wellness in relationship to substance abuse and 3) building capacity to monitor and communicate through data trends the relationship between trauma, substance abuse, and resilience to better information program resources and services. The program will specifically focus on preventing and reducing underage drinking and youth adult problem drinking.
|1 U79 SP020783-01||
The Alaska PFS Initiative will coordinate a thorough review and analysis of the most current substance use data, with a focus on alcohol, prescription/opioids, and marijuana. In partnership with the Alaska SEW, this data review will lead to a selection of specific priority areas and will identify our most high-need regions and communities for these selected substances.
|1 U79 SP020768-01||
The Alabama Partnership for Success Sustaining Outcomes Project (APFSSO) seeks to prevent and reduce underage drinking , young adult problem drinking, and the associated negative consequences. The project also aims to improve capacity and infrastructure in communities with health disparities, less access to care, and poorer behavioral health outcomes in person's aged 12 to 20, in eight high need counties that currently utilize the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF).
|1 U79 SP020766-01||
With the SPF-PFS 2015 award American Samoa created the Prevention Fa'aSamoa project to further strengthen prevention at the Territorial, grassroots, and community level to prevent underage drinking for youth 12 - 20 years of age. The PFS 2015 will support up to 9 community organizations.
|1 U79 SP020775-01||
Connecticut proposes to use the PFS to fund community level agencies that are able to demonstrate a high need for prevention programs designed to reduce: 1) alcohol use in youth age 12 to 20; 2) prescription drug misuse or abuse among persons age 12 to 25; or other substance abuse priorities such as marijuana or heroin use, that adversely affects their particular community. This PFS initiative will specifically focus on the reduction of disparities in substance use risk and consequences in communities that have challenges in terms of resources, infrastructure, population, diversity and severity of substance use-related problems affecting the community.
|1 U79 SP020772-01||
The Georgia GEN Rx Project will work to reduce prescription drug misuse and abuse among 12-25 year olds. The project will serve youth and young adults living in three target communities: Catoosa, Early, and Gwinnett counties. The project aims to decrease availability of prescription drugs, decrease access to prescription drugs, increase peer and family norms that discourage prescription misuse/abuse, and increase the perception of prescription drug risk/harm.
|1 U79 SP020788-01||
Indiana's PFS grant initiative will provide critical resources to reduce prescription drug misuse among persons aged 12-25 and address alcohol abuse among persons aged 12 -20. DMHA will support the efforts of the ten selected communities to implement prevention efforts that reduce prescription drug abuse and/or alcohol use by minors
|1 U79 SP020799-01||
The Kansas PFS grant initiative is designed to prevent and reduce underage drinking, both past 30-day alcohol use, binge drinking among youth and young adults aged 12-20, and to prevent and reduce the incidence and prevalence of prescription drug abuse and misuse among individuals aged 18-25 in high-risk, high need, sub-recipient communities and pilot areas across the state. Targeted populations for this initiative are children and youth aged 12-17, young adults aged 18-20, and young adults at risk for prescription drug abuse, with emphasis on young women 18-25.
|1 U79 SP020780-01||
Kentucky's PFS grant will focus on reducing prescription drug misuse and abuse among persons aged 12 to 25. Over a five-year period, the grant will implement environmental strategies and strengthen the prevention capacity in three communities of high need. One "community" is a defined population and includes members of the National Guard and their families throughout the state. The other two "communities" of high need are defined by geography and include: Communicare (Lincoln Trail region) and Pennyroyal (Pennyrile region). The project will further institutionalize the SPF, empower the SEOW to provide data-driven capacity, and facilitate improved outcomes in the areas of prescription drug and heroin abuse, mental health, and suicide prevention.
|1 U79 SP020794-01||
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health plans to use the PFS grant to address prescription drug misuse and abuse among persons aged 12 to 25 in high need Massachusetts communities. There are 16 target sub-recipient communities. The goal of the project is to guide and support these high-need communities in using evidence based prevention programs, policies, and practices to reduce prescription drug misuse and abuse in the targeted age group.
|1 U79 SP020777-01||
Project Title: Maryland Strategic Prevention Framework Project. The Maryland Strategic Prevention Framework (MSPF) Project will utilize PFS funding to strengthen the efforts of 10 local coalitions in preventing and reducing underage and youth binge drinking in their communities. The measurable objectives are (1) to reduce underage drinking and (2) to reduce binge drinking by youth, ages 18-25. The second goal of the initiative is to strengthen state and local community prevention capacity and infrastructure.
|1 U79 SP020789-01||
The goal of Maine's PFS grant project is to reduce high-risk drinking among the 12-20 year old population and reduces prescription drug abuse and marijuana use among the 12-25 year old population. During the five year project, evidence-based environmental strategies and programs will be implemented state-wide through community prevention coalitions across the state of Maine, located in all nine of Maine's Public Health Districts.
|1 U79 SP020797-01||
The overarching goal of Michigan's PFS project is to utilize environmental change and community and individual level interventions to build healthier communities and increase behavioral health capacity through leveraging and realigning resources to address underage drinking (age 12-20) and prescription drug misuse and abuse among youth and youth adults (age 12-25). The project will support targeted communities that are underserved and in high need to address persons.
|1 U79 SP020795-01||
Missouri will use a resiliency approach to reduce risk factors and promote protective factors
|1 U79 SP020786-01||
Mississippi's PFS grant project, the MS Prevention Alliance for Communities and Colleges aims to alter alcohol and prescription drug consumption patterns, consequences, and risk and protective factors by funding up to seven Community Prevention Coalitions. Mississippi's effective implementation of the SPF SIG and SPF PFS II leaves the state poised to enhance its prevention services, workforce, and infrastructure through SPF PFS 2015.
|1 U79 SP020800-01||
The North Dakota PFS grant project will reduce underage alcohol use by persons aged 12 to 20. North Dakota has identified ten communities for the project. The first goal is to build upon the North Dakota SPF SIG to continue reducing underage drinking through enhancing the capacity of high need communities to implement the SPF. The second goal is to enhance and sustain prevention system (state system) capacity to support the implementation of the SPF process and EBPs to reduce underage drinking.
|1 U79 SP020798-01||
The Winnebago PFS grant project proposes to prevent the onset and reduce the progression of underage drinking among Winnebago youth ages 12 to 20 in order to reduce abuse-related problems. The project is designed to increase Tribal prevention capacity, educate and equip youth to strengthen them against the ill effects of underage drinking, utilize HoChunk culture for prevention, and build partnerships to align resources for substance abuse prevention. Those served by the Project include the youth of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska and youth of other tribes who live on or near the Winnebago.
|1 U79 SP020796-01||
New Hampshire Partnership for Success Initiative
|1 U79 SP020769-01||
The New Mexico Human Services Department, Behavioral Health Services Division, Office of Substance Abuse Prevention (OSAP) will implement the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's Strategic Prevention Framework PFS (SPF PFS) initiative in four low-resource communities and six high-risk college campuses around the state to address two priorities: 1) underage drinking among persons aged 12 to 20; and, 2) prescription drug misuse and abuse among persons aged 12 to 25.
|1 U79 SP020771-01||
The New Mexico Tribal Prevention Project (NMTPP) PFS (PFS) is designed to build upon the successful methods developed during the NMTPP-Strategic Prevention Framework Project. Four Tribes will be assisted through the PFS: Pueblo de Cochiti, Pueblo of Laguna, Native American Community Academy, and Zuni Pueblo. The goals of the PFS are to 1) Promote emotional health and wellness, prevent or delay the onset of and complications from substance abuse and mental illness, and identify and respond to emerging behavioral health issues 2) Prevent and reduce underage drinking and young adult problem drinking and 3) prevent and reduce prescription drug and illicit opioid misuse and abuse.
|1 U79 SP020784-01||
The Inter Tribal Consortium PFS grant Initiative is a joint effort between one of the twelve national Tribal Epidemiology Centers (TEC) and four Tribes in Oklahoma. This initiative seeks to demonstrate that Tribes can successfully work together to reduce underage drinking and prescription drug abuse. The project aims to provide substance abuse prevention services to Non Reservation Native populations in a, predominantly rural, 15 county area. The PFS targets are adolescents (12-18) and young adults 25 or younger.
|1 U79 SP020770-01||
The Puerto Rico PFS 2015 will develop and implement community based interventions for the prevention of underage alcohol use. The population will target six communities of Puerto Rico (PR) where underage drinking is prevalent among adolescents. The goals of the project are 1) strengthening capacity and infrastructure for assessment of underage drinking at the state and community levels 2) strengthening capacity and infrastructure for effective prevention of underage drinking both at the state and community levels, 3) coordinating effective implementation of strategic planning at the state and local level for the reduction of underage drinking, and 4) mobilizing community organizations and resources to deliver multi-level effective evidence based prevention services that include promotion of emotional health and wellness directed at reducing underage drinking.
|1 U79 SP020779-01||
The South Carolina PFS titled Empowering Communities for Healthy Outcomes (ECHO) is a multi-layered approach to bolstering prevention infrastructure for data-driven decision-making.
|1 U79 SP020790-01||
The Lower Brule Sioux Tribe PFS grant/ Waokiya Okolakiciye project will strive to reduce underage alcohol use by persons aged 12 to 20. The purpose of the project is to reduce the rate of underage drinking and ancillary consequences. The goals of the project will be to 1) reduce underage drinking by using a data-driven decision-making process and implementing evidenced-based prevention programs and to 2) enhance and sustain prevention system capacity to implement EBP to reduce underage drinking.
|1 U79 SP020791-01||
The Virginia PFS grant proposed preventing prescription drug misuse and abuse in 12-24 year olds and reduce the problem of heroin overdose deaths in targeted jurisdictions. During the first year of funding, sub recipients will conduct further data collection to identify intermediary variables for non-medical prescription drug and heroin use; build the local infrastructure to address the risk factors that underline the identified problems; work with PFS grant staff on planning and selection of culturally appropriate evidence based strategies for implementation and evaluation planning.
|1 U79 SP020767-01||
The USVI's project directly supports national priorities of: 1) underage drinking among persons aged 12 to 20; and 2) prescription drug misuse and abuse among persons aged 12 to 25. The USVI's three overarching project goals are to: 1) promote emotional health and wellness, prevent or delay the onset of, and complications from, substance abuse and mental illness; 2) prevent and reduce underage drinking and young adult problem drinking; and 3) prevent and reduce prescription drug and illicit opioid misuse and abuse. The targeted populations of the project include all genders and racial and ethnic backgrounds susceptible to: underage drinking aged 12 to 20; prescription drug misuse and abuse aged 12 to 25; and those youth and young adults that may be at-risk of suicide.
|1 U79 SP020787-01||
The goal of the Vermont Regional Prevention Partnerships is to apply the SPF model to reduce underage drinking, prescription drug misuse and abuse, and marijuana use among 12-25 year olds across the state of Vermont. The purpose of the grant is to strengthen the prevention infrastructure at the state, regional and community levels using Vermont's existing health district structures as the primary mechanism to implement the RPP.
|1 U79 SP020801-01||
Through the PFS grant program the Nooksack Indian Tribe will develop a tribal wide interdepartmental prevention network and delivery system based on data driven assessments that will focus on alcohol and substance abuse issues with a systematic, holistic and culturally sensitive approach. The projects measurable objectives are to 1) decrease alcohol use for 12-20 year olds 2) decrease illegal prescription drug use and illegal drug use for 12-25 year olds and 3) decrease use of heroin, marijuana, tobacco and methamphetamine.
|1 U97 SP020792-01||
The Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council (GLITC) PFS project will focus on three prevention priorities: Underage drinking, young adult problem drinking, and prescription drug misuse and abuse, among persons aged 12 - 25 in four tribal communities of high need, including: Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, and the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin.
|WI||LAC DU FLAMBEAU||$834,543|
|1 U79 SP020781-01||
The Wisconsin PFS grant project will focus on the prevention priority: Prescription drug misuse and abuse among persons aged 12-25. Evidence-based prevention efforts for reducing problems related to the non-medical use of prescription drugs will be funded in 12 high need counties. Strategies will focus on reducing youth/young adult access to and the availability of prescription drugs in the community.
|1 U79 SP020785-01||
The Wyoming Strategic Prevention Framework PFS will enhance our current underage drinking prevention efforts with persons aged 12-20 and nonmedical use of prescription drug prevention among persons aged 12-25 by preventing the onset and reducing current users of these substances and reducing related negative consequences. Wyoming will use a comprehensive evidence-based prevention approach.