Building Communities of Recovery
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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Building Communities of Recovery (Short Title: BCOR)
provides grants to mobilize and connect community-based
resources to increase the prevalence and quality of
long-term recovery support for people with substance use
disorders (SUD) and co-occurring mental disorders (COD).
Required activities include:
- Provide peer recovery support services designed and
delivered by people who have lived experienced with SUD
- Deliver recovery support services that directly
assist individuals and families to recover from alcohol
or drug problems
- Collaborate with current regional and local harm
reduction community partner efforts that will intersect
and relate to RSS that will encompass harm reduction
Lists of allowable activities and other expectations are
provided in the
Special consideration for funding will be given to
applicants proposing to serve rural communities and to
programs addressing the needs of under-resourced
communities greatly impacted by SUD.
Eligible applicants are recovery community organizations
(RCOs) and Recovery Community Centers (RCCs) that have
been designated as nonprofit organizations in states,
territories, or tribes and are controlled and managed by
members of the recovery community.
Amount of funding
Award ceiling: $300,000 per year
Project period: Up to 3 years
Estimated number of awards: 13
Estimated total program funding:
At least 3 awards will be made to organizations serving
rural communities, pending sufficient application volume.
A cash or in-kind matching contribution of no less than
$15 for each $85 of federal funds received is required.
Alcohol use · Community engagement and volunteerism · Families · Human services · Illicit drug use · Networking and collaboration · Prescription drug misuse · Substance use and misuse
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration,
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