Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority Announces Funding Opportunity for Residential Substance Abuse Treatment and Aftercare Services

The Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority is requesting applications for federal fiscal year 2014-2017 Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program funding to support residential substance abuse treatment and aftercare services.

Deadline: June 13, 2017
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HHS Announces Over $70 Million in Grants to Address the Opioid Crisis

SAMHSA is accepting applications for over $70 million in grants over multiple years to help communities and healthcare providers prevent opioid overdose deaths and provide treatment for opioid use disorder.

Administered through SAMHSA, these funds will be made available through the following three grants:

  • Medication-Assisted Treatment and Prescription Drugs Opioid Addiction: Up to $28 million to five grantees to increase access of medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder. MAT combines behavioral therapy and FDA-approved medication.
  • First Responders: Up to $41.7 million over four years to approximately 30 grantees to train and provide resources for first responders and members of other key community sectors on carrying and administering an FDA-approved product for emergency treatment of known or suspected opioid overdose.
  • Improving Access to Overdose Treatment: Up to $1 million over five years to one grantee to expand availability to overdose reversal medications in healthcare settings and to establish protocols to connect patients who have experienced a drug overdose with appropriate treatment.

Deadline: July 31, 2017
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Federal Grants for Criminal Justice Programs

The United States government has a consolidated list of all federal grants at http://www.grants.gov. This website offers tutorials and educational resources about grants, as well as searchable grants based on funding agency, keyword, eligibility criteria, and more.

Deadline: Open and ongoing
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