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Funding opportunities galore from SAMHSA

June 07, 2012

What do Child Traumatic Stress Initiative grants, a National Center for Child Traumatic Stress, Project LAUNCH and Addiction Technology Transfer Centers have in common? They are all getting a boost from SAMHSA. Deadlines range from June 20th to July 3rd so get on with it.

Okay Network faithful, sharpen your pencils, get an extra eraser and a bit of whiteout… (oh wait, it’s 2012) and get busy with a host of funding opportunities just announced. Here is the rundown:

  • SAMHSA is accepting applications for up to $89.6 million in National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative grants
    The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is accepting applications for up to $89.6 million in total funding over the course of four years for National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative – Category III, Community Treatment and Services Center grantsThis grant program aims at providing trauma treatment and services in communities for children, adolescents and their families who experience or witness traumatic events. The grants also promote greater access to effective trauma-focused treatment and services for children and adolescents throughout the nation.

    SAMHSA expects that up to 56 grantees will receive up to $400,000 per year over the course of up to four years – however the actual award amounts may vary, depending on the availability of funds.

    WHO CAN APPLY:  Domestic public and private nonprofit entities. [See Section III-1 of this RFA for complete eligibility information]

  • SAMHSA is accepting applications for up to $24 million for a National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative grant
    The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is accepting applications for up to $24 million in total funding over the course of four years for a National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative – Category I, National Center for Child Traumatic Stress grantThis grant program aims at improving the quality of trauma treatment and services in communities for children, adolescents and their families who experience or witness traumatic events. The Center funded through this grant will develop and maintain the collaborative network structure, support resource development and dissemination, and coordinate the national child trauma education and training efforts.

    SAMHSA expects the grantee will receive up to $6 million per year over the course of up to four years – however the actual award amounts may vary, depending on the availability of funds.

    WHO CAN APPLY:  Domestic public and private nonprofit entities. [See Section III-1 of the RFA for complete eligibility information].

  • SAMHSA is accepting applications for up to $51.8 million for the National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative – Category II, Treatment and Service Adaptation Center grants
    The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is accepting applications for up to $51.8 million in total funding over the course of four years for National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative – Category II, Treatment and Services Adaptation Center grantsThis initiative aims at improving treatment and services for children and adolescents who have experienced traumatic events. The grants also promote greater access to effective trauma-focused treatment and services for children and adolescents and help support the specialized adaptation of effective treatment and service approaches for communities across the nation.

    SAMHSA expects that up to 16 grantees will receive funding from $600,000 to $1,000,000 per year over the course of up to four years – however the actual award amounts may vary, depending on the availability of funds.

    WHO CAN APPLY:  Domestic public and private nonprofit entities. [See Section III-1 of this RFA for complete eligibility information]

  • SAMHSA is accepting applications for up to $45.8 million in Project LAUNCH grants
    The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is accepting applications for Linking Actions to Unmet Needs in Children’s Health (Project LAUNCH) grants totaling up to $45.8 million over the course of a five year period. The program will promote the wellness of young children from birth to eight years by addressing the physical, social, emotional cognitive and behavioral aspects of their development. The goal of Project LAUNCH is to create a shared vision for the wellness of children that drives the development of federal, state and territorial, tribal and locally-based coordinated networks servicing the key behavioral and physical health needs of these children.

    SAMHSA expects that up to $9.2 million will be available each year to provide up to 11 grants of up to $850,000 per grantee, for up to a five year grant period. The actual award amounts may vary, depending on the availability of funds.

    WHO CAN APPLY: Eligibility is limited to states and territorial governments; federally recognized American Indian and Alaskan Native (AI/AN) tribes and tribal organizations.

    States that are current Project LAUNCH grantees are not eligible to apply. This does not apply to tribal applicants within currently-funded states. [See Section III-1 of this RFA for complete eligibility information.]

  • SAMHSA is accepting applications for up to $52.7 million in Addiction Technology Transfer Centers grants in partnership with NIDA
    The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), in partnership with the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), is accepting applications for Addiction Technology Transfer Centers (ATTC) grants totaling up to $52.7 million over the course of a five year period. The purpose of this program is to develop and strengthen the workforce that provides addictions treatment and recovery support services to those in need. In partnership with Single State Authorities, treatment provider associations, addictions counselors, multidisciplinary professionals, faith and recovery community leaders, family members of those in recovery, and other stakeholders, the ATTCs assess the training and development needs of the substance use disorders workforce, and develop and conduct training and technology transfer activities to meet identified needs. Particular emphasis is on increasing knowledge and improving skills in using evidence-based and promising treatment/recovery practices in recovery-oriented systems of care.

    WHO CAN APPLY: Domestic public and private nonprofit entities. [See Section III-1 of this RFA for complete eligibility information.]

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