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Current Funding Opportunities

Current Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery grants

  • Tribal DMA and MHPP Grants: The Health Care Authority (HCA)/DBHR is issuing a request for applications from federally recognized Tribes in Washington State.

    • Dedicated Marijuana Account grants support the increase of substance abuse prevention and/or treatment services, activities and strategies that focus on preventing or reducing substance use disorder for middle school and high school aged youth.  The current award amount for successful applicants is up to $20,000 for the fiscal year. 
    • Mental Health Promotion Project grants support activities and strategies related to the promotion of mental health or suicide prevention in Tribal communities.  The current award amount for successful applicants is up to $10,000 for the fiscal year.

Questions?

  • Submit program questions to HCA/DBHR at tribalreports@dshs.wa.gov.
  • Submit direct contract consolidation questions to Leah Muasau at the DSHS Office of Indian Policy (OIP) at Indianpolicy@dshs.wa.gov with the Subject line: Tribal DMA/MHPP Projects-[Tribe Name].
  • Please contact Jessie Dean, HCA Tribal Affairs Administrator, by telephone at 360-725-1649 or via email at jessie.dean@hca.wa.gov if you would like to request formal consultation or have tribal affairs-related questions. 

Applications are due August 30, 2018 to tribalreports@dshs.wa.gov.  Both funding sources support approved projects for the period of August 30, 2018, through June 30, 2019. 

Tribal letter to Single Point of Contact

Request for Application

 

Prior funding opportunities from the Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery

Curious as to what types of funding opportunities have been available in the past?  Visit this page for more information.

 

Other funding opportunities

This list contains current funding opportunities related to substance abuse prevention or mental health promotion that are not from DBHR.