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Current Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery funding opportunities and grants
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Prior funding opportunities from the Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery
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Other funding opportunities
This list contains current funding opportunities related to substance abuse prevention or mental health promotion that are not from HCA.
- MENTOR Washington - The Chair's Initiative for a Sounder Future - These grants are made possible by the passing of Senate Bill 5152, which created special license plates for the Seattle Sounders FC. Lieutenant Governor Brad Owen requested the bill which Governor Jay Inslee signed into law in May of 2013. A significant portion of the funds generated from the sale of Sounders FC license plates helps fund efforts by youth mentoring programs across Washington State to increase the number of youth they can serve. The maximum grant award is $5,000. Successful applicants will be required to provide a 50 percent match. Application details can be found online. Application due: November 15, 2020.
- Washington State Department of Health (DOH) - Strengthening Family and Community Engagement through Early Childhood Brain-Building with Vroom (Phase 2) - Qualified organizations are invited to submit proposals to embed Vroom brain-building content and activities into their programs and initiatives. Vroom translates brain science into tips and activities for parents and caregivers of children age 0 to 5. DOH especially welcomes proposals that introduce Vroom to families and communities who are underserved and have been historically marginalized. This includes communities impacted by persistent inequities caused by racism, historical trauma, economic injustice, and cultural and linguistic barriers to participating in mainstream culture and services. Request for Proposals are due before 3 p.m. on December 9, 2020. Apply through Washington's Electronic Business Solutions (WEBS).
- Indian Health Service - Community Opioid Intervention Pilot Project - The purpose of this grant is to address the opioid crisis in AI/AN communities by developing and expanding community education and awareness of prevention, treatment and/or recovery activities for opioid misuse and opioid use disorder. The intent is to increase knowledge and use of culturally appropriate interventions and to encourage an increased use of medication-assisted treatment (MAT). This program will support Tribal and urban Indian communities in their effort to provide prevention, treatment, and recovery services to address the impact of the opioid crisis within their communities. Approximately 33 awards will be issued for a 3-year project period, with awards of up to $500,000 per year. Apply online. Application due: December 15, 2020.