Opioid Resource Grant Program
The AmerisourceBergen Foundation Opioid Resource Grant Program provides funding for innovative and constructive projects that address education, prevention, and/or the safe disposal of opioids.
Education initiatives may address a wide spectrum of needs. Priority will be given to the effective dissemination of the following topics:
- Provider education about appropriate opioid prescribing
- Patient education about the risks and effects of prescription opioids and what to do if they have concerns about addiction
- Public education, especially aimed at rural communities
- Training to reduce youth risk factors, such as delinquency, and boost protective factors, such as decision-making skills for problem solving and resisting peer pressure
- Addiction as a childhood onset condition
- Preventing teens from initiating problematic opioid use in the first place
- Advising parents of teens to lock up prescription opioid medications and dispose of old pills
- How youth can effectively cope when living with adults with addiction
Eligible applicants are nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, or coalitions.
Grant amounts will depend on the needs of each grantee, up to $100,000 per grant. It is expected that the average grant size will be between $50,000 - $75,000.
For complete information about funding programs, including your application status, please contact funders directly. Summaries are provided for your convenience only. RHIhub does not take part in application processes or monitor application status.