Funding to Develop Substance Abuse Interventions

Nat'l Institutes of Health logoAgency: National Institutes of Health (HHS); Program: Multi-Site Studies for System-Level Implementation of Substance Use Prevention and Treatment Services (CFDA Number: 93.273) (Funding Opportunity Number: PAR-16-455); Eligibility: State, tribal and local governments, public and private colleges and universities, nonprofits and for-profits (child welfare and juvenile justice projects are eligible (no match required); Funding: Multiple awards up to $500,000 each; Deadline: Dec. 15.

Summary: The program supports the development and testing of substance abuse interventions, models and frameworks. The focus is on developing system-level evidence-based interventions, guidelines and principles to improve services for those with substance abuse disorders. Examples of a system of care include a community coalition involving multiple agencies to address substance use prevention, relationships between child welfare and community-based service providers to address substance-use related needs for parents and children.

Info: https://goo.gl/744B3F (NOFA); for questions about this competition, go to GrantsInfo@nih.gov or 301/435-0714.

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