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Under the Department of Health & Human Services, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
The purpose of this program is to develop a sustainable infrastructure for school-based mental health programs and services. Recipients are expected to build collaborative partnerships with the State Education Agency, Local Education Agency, Tribal Education Agency, the State Mental Health Agency, community-based providers of behavioral health care services, school personnel, community organizations, families, and school-aged youth. Award recipients will leverage their partnerships to implement mental health-related promotion, awareness, prevention, intervention, and resilience activities to ensure that school-aged youth have access and are connected to appropriate and effective behavioral health services. With this program, SAMHSA aims to promote the healthy social and emotional development of school-aged youth and prevent youth violence in school settings.
NOFO Number: SM-23-001
Posted on Grants.gov: Monday, February 27, 2023
Application Due Date: Friday, April 28, 2023
Eligible applicants are States and Territories, including the District of Columbia, political subdivisions of States (e.g., county, LEA), Indian tribes, or tribal organizations (as such terms are defined in section 5304 of title 25), health facilities, or programs operated by or in accordance with a contract or award with the Indian Health Service, or other public or private non-profit entities.
Funding Mechanism: Grant
Anticipated Total Available Funding: $38,129,774
Anticipated Number of Awards: 21
Anticipated Award Amount: Up to $1,800,000 per year per award
Length of Project: Up to 5 years
The purpose of this SAMHSA program is to: (1) train individuals (e.g., school personnel, emergency first responders, law enforcement, veterans, armed services members and their families) to recognize the signs and symptoms of mental disorders, particularly serious mental illness (SMI) and/or serious emotional disturbances (SED); (2) establish linkages with school- and/or community-based mental health agencies to refer individuals with the signs or symptoms of mental illness to appropriate services; (3) train emergency services personnel, law enforcement, fire department personnel, veterans, and others to identify persons with a mental disorder and employ crisis de-escalation techniques; and (4) educate individuals about resources that are available in the community for individuals with a mental disorder. It is expected that this program will prepare and train others on how to appropriately and safely respond to individuals with mental disorders, particularly individuals with SMI and/or SED.
NOFO Number: SM-23-003
Posted on Grants.gov: Tuesday, March 07, 2023
Application Due Date: Monday, May 08, 2023
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number: 93.243
The purpose of this program is to improve and expand access to developmentally, culturally, and linguistically appropriate services and supports for transition-aged youth and young adults (ages 16-25) who either have, or are at risk for developing, serious mental health conditions. Award recipients will be expected to identify and provide appropriate behavioral health interventions to transition-aged youth and young adults who are at risk for a serious emotional disturbance or serious mental illness. With this program, SAMHSA aims to improve emotional and behavioral health functioning so that this population of youth and young adults can maximize their potential to assume adult roles and responsibilities and lead full and productive lives.
Eligible applicants are States and Territories, including the District of Columbia; political subdivisions of States; Indian tribes, or tribal organizations (as such terms are defined in section 5304 of title 25), health facilities, or programs operated by or in accordance with a contract or award with the Indian Health Service; or other public or private non-profit entities.
Funding Mechanism: Grant
Anticipated Total Available Funding: $11,373,164
Anticipated Number of Awards: 15
Anticipated Award Amount: Up to $750,000 per year
Length of Project: Up to 5 years
Cost Sharing/Match Required?: No
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Expires: September 6, 2023
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June 16, 2023 or Standard dates apply
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Applications due January 8, 2024
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Expiration March 8, 2024
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Application due June 30, 2023
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