Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Program Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Program
This program will provide funding for national training and technical assistance (TTA) providers that will work collaboratively within the Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Program (COAP) Network and support the delivery of TTA to current and future site-based COAP grantees, prescription drug monitoring programs, and their partner agencies.
One award will be made in each of the categories. A detailed list of deliverables for each category is provided in the application instructions.
Category 1: National COAP Law Enforcement/First
Responder Partnership TTA Initiative
Help local communities plan, implement, sustain, and enhance initiatives led by law enforcement agencies or other first responders that respond to the opioid epidemic
Category 2: National COAP Jail-Based Treatment
and Community Corrections TTA Program
Supporting local and regional jails and their partners in establishing programs that enable inmates to transition seamlessly from in-custody to community-based treatment upon release
Category 3: National COAP Training and
Technical Assistance Center for Peer Recovery
Establish and implement a national training and technical assistance center to support peer recovery support partnerships in the criminal justice and child welfare systems
Category 4: COAP State-Based Training and
Technical Assistance Program
Provide direct support to state agencies receiving grant funds under the FY 2019 COAP site-based solicitation
Category 5: Harold Rogers Prescription Drug
Monitoring Program (PDMP) TTA
Provide PDMP practitioners with access to PDMP resources, including recent evidence-based findings, TTA, publications, webinars, the PDMP Resource Center, and to support the RxCheck hub
This opportunity is for national providers to deliver training and technical assistance. Funding for individual jurisdictions is available through the Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Site-based Program.
Eligible applicants include the types of agencies listed below that have expertise in managing comprehensive TTA strategies to respond to the opioid epidemic.
- National nonprofit organizations
- For-profit, commercial organizations that agree to waive any profit or fees for services
- Faith-based and community-based organizations
- Institutions of higher education, including tribal institutions of higher education
In addition, applicants must demonstrate technical expertise in implementing action research partnerships between criminal justice researchers and practitioners.
Applicants with demonstrated expertise in assisting states with prescription drug monitoring programs are encouraged to apply under the Harold Rogers Prescription Drug Monitoring National Training and Technical Assistance Category 5.
(for the entire project period)
- Category 1 - $2,500,000
- Category 2 - $2,500,000
- Category 3 - $800,000
- Category 4 - $2,500,000
- Category 5 - $5,000,000
Project period: 24 months
Expected number of awards: One in each category
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