Find information on grants and funding that support programs related to tribal affairs.
Tribes and tribal organizations are eligible to apply for most SAMHSA grant programs. Each grant program has its own application deadline and some deadlines may have passed.
In conformity with a Memorandum of Agreement Between HHS, DOI, and DOJ – 2011 (PDF | 2.6 MB), SAMHSA established the Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse (IASA) Interdepartmental Coordinating Committee, which includes workgroups to carry out its mission. The IASA Inventory/Resources workgroup developed a list of national, state, tribal, and local behavioral health programs and resources to help tribes develop a tribal action plan (TAP). Review TAP Development Resources – 2015 (PDF | 301 KB).
Visit SAMHSA’s Grant Announcements page for available funding opportunities. A comprehensive list of Indian education grant programs – 2012 (PDF | 325 KB) is also available.
The following are SAMHSA’s grant offerings which may be of particular interest to tribes:
- Campus Suicide Prevention Grant
- Circles of Care
- Cooperative Agreements for Tribal Behavioral Health/Native Connections
- Drug-Free Communities Support Program
- Minority AIDS Continuum of Care
- Native Connections
- Pregnant and Postpartum Women
- Project LAUNCH
- SAMHSA Treatment Drug Courts
- State and Tribal Youth Suicide Prevention Cooperative Agreements
- Strategic Prevention Framework Partnerships for Success
- System of Care Expansion Planning Grants