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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.
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Communities Talk to Prevent Underage Drinking - Approximately every two years, SAMHSA distributes planning stipends to community-based organizations, institutions of higher education, and statewide or state-based organizations to plan activities that educate youth, families, and communities about the potentially harmful consequences of underage and problem drinking among individuals 12 to 25 years old. The $750 planning stipends will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. If you didn't receive an invitation to participate in this year's stipend cycle, e-mail email@example.com to request your stipend invitation. Be sure to include your organization's name and website to speed up the verification process. Learn more about Communities Talk resources online.
- Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board - WeRNative Youth Community Service Mini-Grants - This funding opportunity is intended for American Indian and Alaska Native youth, 13-21 years old, with an adult mentor to support community service projects. Awards are up to $475. Funds can be used for just about anything: Food, participant incentives, t-shirts, contest prizes, travel expenses, and print materials - whatever you need to make your event a success. Rolling acceptance. Apply online.
- American Lung Association in Washington - Freedom From Smoking Plus - Thanks to a grant graciously provided by the Muckleshoot Tribe, the American Lung Association in Washington currently has the opportunity to distribute 25 free (normally $99.95 each) memberships for the digital tobacco cessation program, Freedom From Smoking Plus (FFS+), to Washington residents who would otherwise have difficulty accessing in-person tobacco cessation services. Please contact Sydney Boothe at Sydney.Boothe@lung.org for more information.
- American Lung Association in Washington - Students Together Against Nicotine Dependence (STAND) - Micro-grants of up to $250 are available for student and youth groups in Pierce County, Washington to support one-time educational or advocacy events or activities (including virtual) that work to raise awareness among peers around tobacco, vaping, and nicotine. Note: This is a general application, but only applicants serving Pierce County are currently being considered. Examples of virtual STAND projects. E-mail completed application to Sydney.Boothe@lung.org. Rolling deadline.
- Washington State Department of Health - Statewide Awareness & Education Campaign - Marijuana Prevention & Educ. Request For Quotations and Qualifications (RFQQ) - The purpose of this RFQQ is to provide media-based health communication, education, and advertising services for multiple statewide advertising campaigns. The primary objective of these media-based health communication, education and advertising efforts are to prevent and reduce underage cannabis/marijuana use (includes use of vaping devices). The Youth Cannabis and Commercial Tobacco Prevention Program (YCCTPP) media-based education and advertising campaigns will seek to provide medically and scientifically accurate information about the health and safety risks posed by cannabis/marijuana use and to increase public awareness of laws governing marijuana use in Washington State. The initial campaign objectives will target youth and young adults aged 12-20, their parents, and other influential adults in order to prevent underage cannabis/marijuana use and reduce current use by young people. Secondary goals may include raising awareness of the health and safety risks of retail cannabis/marijuana use among adults and implementing tailored strategies to audiences that suffer unique unintended consequences from cannabis/marijuana legalization. Questions? Contact Frank Webley at Bids@doh.wa.gov. Apply through Washington's Electronic Business Solution (WEBS). RFQQ due: August 2, 2021.