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Washington State Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) Prevention Services Expansion Project RFA #K3054

This project aims to increase capacity to implement direct and environmental substance use prevention services in communities qualified to immediately implement identified evidence-based practices and programs to prevent and reduce the misuse and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, opioids, and other drugs. The fifty-eight (58) eligible high-need communities with elevated rates of underage drinking, marijuana use, and youth opioid misuse and abuse are listed on pages 5-6 of the RFA.

Proposals due: October 12, 2018 by 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time
RFA application
RFA Amendment No. 1 - corrected Schedule of Procurement Activities
CPWI Expansion RFA informational webinar - September 27, 2018
Q&A document
Due Date has passed

State Opioid Response (SOR) community-based grant application RFA #K3055

The Washington State Health Care Authority (HCA), Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR) intends to award contracts to community-based organizations (CBOs) or public agencies (for example, school districts, law enforcement, counties, and ESDs) to serve communities in Washington State to provide quality and culturally competent replications of evidence-based and research-based substance use prevention programs that focus on reducing the misuse and abuse of opioids. 

Proposals due: October 12, 2018 by 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time
RFA application
RFA Amendment No. 1 - corrected Schedule of Procurement Activities
Exhibit C Action Plan template
Exhibit D Budget template

SOR community-based grant RFA informational webinar - September 27, 2018
Q&A document

Due Date has passed

Tribal DMA and MHPP Grants

  • 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.
  • 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

Due Date has passed

Tribal Opioid Crisis Grants 

DBHR is pleased to announced a funding opportunity for federally recognized Tribes in WA State to address the opioid crisis. This funding opportunity is a pilot project to support the expansion of prevention and treatment programming focused on opioid use disorders.  This funding will not go through contract consolidation, but will be direct contracts with Tribes interested in accessing these funds.  Funding period is July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019.   

Each Tribe may request up to $50,000 to support either Opioid prevention, treatment or combination of both programming in their communities. 

Please contact Cheryl Wilcox, Tribal Wellness Grants Manager, for questions about the available funds by telephone at 360-725-3743 or by email at wilcocd@dshs.wa.gov.

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Community-based Mental Health Promotion/Suicide Prevention Services RFA # 18/19-006

MHPP Grant Application – June 2017 18/19-006 funds are to support service entities that serve high-need communities in Washington State to provide quality and culturally competent replications of evidence-based, research-based and promising mental health promotion and suicide prevention programs. Organizations are encouraged to partner with Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) Coalitions or other existing community coalitions when possible. 

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Washington Opioid STR Grant for CPWI Expansion RFA # 18/19-001 [posted 5/8/17]

The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DSHS/DBHR) intends to award up to five new grants to public agencies or community-based organizations to provide prevention services to high-need communities.

To view this grant opportunity click here.

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Partnership for Success Carryover Enhancement Projects RFA # 18/19-002 [posted 6/16/17]

PFS Carryover Enhancement Project 18/19-002 funds are to support Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) communities to enhance on-going prevention work (work previously approved in strategic plans). Each CPWI Coalition is eligible to apply for both 18/19-002 and 18/19-003 (below).

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Partnership for Success Targeted Enhancement Projects Year 5 RFA # 18/19-003 [CORRECTION posted 07/11/17]

PFS Year 5 Enhancement Project 18/19-003 funds are to support Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) communities that have the need, capacity, and readiness to implement select projects that aim to enhance community-based prevention. Each CPWI community is eligible to apply for both 18/19-002 (above) and 18/19-003.

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Community-based Prevention Services for Youth Marijuana Misuse and Abuse Prevention RFA # 18/19-004 [CORRECTION posted 07/07/17]

DMA Community-based Prevention Services 18/19-004 funds are to support service entities that demonstrate excellence in service delivery of substance abuse prevention to priority high-need communities, communities of color, veterans and military families, persons with disabilities, and members of LGBTQ communities.

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Tribal Dedicated Marijuana Account Youth Prevention and Treatment Projects RFA # 18/19-005 [CORRECTION posted 07/20/17]

Tribal DMA Youth Prevention and Treatment Projects 18/19-005 funds are to support Tribal governments for the purposes of increasing prevention and treatment services to Tribal governments in the State of Washington (in accordance with RCW 69.50.545).  

Due Date has passed.

Tribal Mental Health Promotion Project Grant Application RFA # 18/19-007 [CORRECTION posted 07/20/17]

Mental Health Promotion Project Grant Application 18/19-007 funds are to support activities and strategies related to the promotion of mental health in Tribal communities. Note: Tribes which participated in the MHPP in the last fiscal year do not need to re-apply.

Due Date has passed.

Community-based Prevention Services for Opioid Misuse and Abuse Prevention RFA # 18/19-008 [posted 6/16/17]

STR CBO Grant Application – June 2017 18/19-008 funds are to support service entities to provide quality and culturally competent replications of evidence-based and research-based substance use prevention programs that focus on reducing the misuse and abuse of opioids. 

Due Date has passed.

 

Community-based Prevention Services RFA for 2016-2017

The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DSHS/DBHR) intends to award contracts to community-based organizations (CBOs) or public agencies to serve high-need communities in Washington State to provide quality and culturally competent replications of evidence-based, research-based and promising substance use prevention programs in accordance with RCW 69.50.545.

Eligible applicants include community-based organizations and public agencies with youth and family-serving capacity. DSHS/DBHR is interested in applications for proposals from service entities that demonstrate excellence in service delivery to high-need communities, communities of color, veterans and military families, persons with disabilities, and members of LGBTQI2-S communities.

These items were from the RFA.
Click on any listed item to open that file.
 

Community-based Prevention Services RFA instructions 2016 revised 5/27/16

Community-based Prevention Services Application Face Page and Project Narrative forms 2016

Action Plan (2016) (to include with the application)

Budget Template (2016) (to include with the application)

DSHS Contractor Intake Form.

For additional assistance accessing these forms or if you have questions regarding this RFA, please email PRITraining@dshs.wa.gov

06/08/16 UPDATE: 2016-17 RFA Questions and Answers

Tribal Youth Substance Abuse Prevention/Treatment DMA Expansion

This is a DBHR grant opportunity supported with Dedicated Marijuana Account (DMA) prevention/treatment funds for Federally Recognized Tribes in Washington State to apply to implement prevention and/or treatment programs in tribal communities. Each Federally Recognized Tribe in Washington State may apply for funding from the DMA.

These items have been updated for the 2016-17 fiscal year.
Click on any listed item to open that file.
 

Tribal DMA Program Proposal Instructions

Tribal DMA Fillable Application (Appendix A, B & C)

CSAP Strategies (Appendix D)

Tribal DMA Youth Marijuana Use Prevention Programs list (Appendix E)

Tribal DMA Treatment EBPs list (Appendix F)

Tribal DMA Scope of Work (Appendix G)

Presentation slides from the April 20, 2016 informational webinar

CPWI Training Project Funding Request

The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DSHS/DBHR) intends to provide Dedicated Marijuana Account (DMA) Prevention Program Training Project funding to current Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) Community Coalitions in Washington State to provide trainings for select* evidence-based, research-based and promising substance abuse prevention programs from the menu below. Trainings must be completed by June 30, 2016.

This opportunity is currently for CPWI Contractors only. CPWI Contractors can request funding to support one or more trainings from the menu below, up to $12,000 each (if the cost of the training exceeds $12,000 please note that in your request). DBHR reserves the right to negotiate with applicants for project scope and funding amounts. Successful requests will complete the questions below and provide a clear budget of all training related costs. Not all requests will be funded. CPWI Training Project selection will be based on consideration of the following: when the training is scheduled, geographic location - to provide training distribution state-wide, reach to diverse populations, and date and time requests are received by DBHR. DBHR encourages CPWI Contractors to collaborate with other CPWI Contractors and community partners in their area.

First review of requests and selection will begin on February 19, 2016. CPWI Contractors may continue to submit requests after February 18, 2016. These requests will be reviewed and funded as funds are available. For more details, please see the request form by clicking on the link below.

These items were from the RFA.
Click on any listed item to open that file.
 

Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) Training Project Funding Request Form

Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) Training Project Funding Request Budget Template

Mental Health Promotion and Suicide Prevention Request for Applications

DBHR is pleased to announce the availability of funding to support implementation of research-based and promising practices for mental health promotion and suicide prevention. Eligible applicants include community coalitions like Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) coalitions, Drug Free Community Coalitions or suicide prevention coalitions. Additional eligible applicants include community based organizations, Educational Service Districts providing service to youth.

Click here to download the most recent version of the Questions and Answers document.  (Last updated on January 13, 2016.)

Click here to download Application Packet

Click here to download Contractor Information Update Form

Click here to download Contractor Intake Form

Presentation slides from the Dec 29, 2015 and Jan 5, 2016 informational webinars.

Community-based Prevention Services RFA for 2015

The State of Washington, Department of Social and Health Services, Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DSHS/DBHR) intends to secure up to twenty (20) contracts with community-based organizations to serve high need communities in Washington State to provide quality and culturally competent replications of evidence-based, research-based and promising substance abuse prevention programs in accordance with RCW 69.50.530. Priority scoring will be given to serve high-need communities. Organizations are encouraged to partner with existing community coalitions and Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) Community Coalitions when possible. Please see the Request for Application (RFA) for more information.

These items were from the 2015 RFA.
Click on any listed item to open that file.
 

Community-based Prevention Services RFA instructions (2015)

Community-based Prevention Services Application Face Page and Project Narrative forms (2015). 

Action Plan (2015) (to include with the application).

Budget Template (2015) (to include with the application).

DSHS Contractor Intake Form.

Informational Webinar Slides from December 1, 2015

Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) DMA Enhancement

DSHS/DBHR has committed funds to current CPWI communities to administer enhancement services according to an approved program list (included in packet). Contractors shall complete a Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) DMF/DMA Enhancement Funding Packet within 30 days of executed contract and submit to DSHS contact on page 1 of their Contract.

Click here to download the Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) DMF/DMA Enhancement Funding Packets

Does your Enhancement Packet include community-based mentoring?  If so, complete this

Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) DMA Expansion

Assigned Prevention System Manager will send Community Prevention and Wellness Initiative (CPWI) DMA Expansion Community Selection Packets to County contacts.