Preventing Alcohol-Related Deaths through Social Detoxification
The Preventing Alcohol-Related Deaths through Social Detoxification program provides grants to serve Native Americans in the Navajo and Great Plains regions to increase access to community-based prevention strategies to provide social detoxification, evaluation, and stabilization, fostering patient readiness for and entry into treatment for alcohol use disorders, and when appropriate, other substance use disorders.
Required direct service activities include:
- Provide hot meals, showers, hygiene kits, and other activities of daily living that are necessary for individuals in detoxification and treatment services
- Ensure coordination with cultural services and traditional healers to provide services while individuals are participating in treatment
- Provide transportation to and from medical appointments or for medical clearance and ensure that medication management is offered while individuals are participating in services
Eligible applicants are public or private institutions operated by a state, local, tribal, or private entity that operates direct, on-site alcohol and/or substance use disorder treatment services, including social alcohol detoxification services, to Indians in the Navajo and Great Plains areas.
Award ceiling: $1,500,000 per year
Award floor: $500,000 per year
Project period: Up to 5 years
Estimated number of awards: 2
Estimated total program funding: $2,000,000
Links to the full announcement and online application procedures are available through grants.gov.
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