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Strengthening Access to Care for Opioid Use Disorder Patients During the COVID-19 National Public Health Emergency: Recovery Support Services

Sponsor
Foundation for Opioid Response Efforts
Deadlines
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
Purpose

The Foundation for Opioid Response Efforts provides grants to support projects designed to strengthen access to evidence-based opioid use disorder recovery services for vulnerable and high-risk populations during the COVID-19 national emergency.

Funding will target projects that can provide recovery support services in the context of social distancing and infection control, including promotion of remote, digital, and virtual forms of recovery support to reach vulnerable and broader populations, such as:

  • Rural communities
  • Urban and minority communities
  • Children and adolescents
  • Pregnant and parenting women
  • Veterans
  • Justice-involved individuals
  • Homeless populations
  • LGBT communities
  • Native American and Tribal communities
Eligibility

Eligible applicants include:

  • 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations
  • Nonprofit, tax-exempt universities
  • State, local, and Tribal government units and agencies
Geographic coverage
Nationwide
Amount of funding

Applicants may apply for a small grant of up to $25,000, or a larger grant of up to $75,000.

The project period is 1 year.

Application process

Links to additional guidance, application instructions, and the online application portal are available on the program website.

Tagged as
Access · American Indian or Alaska Native · Children and youth · Emergency preparedness and response · Health disparities · Illicit drug use · LGBT · Minorities · Prescription drug misuse · Substance use and misuse · Telehealth · Veterans · Women



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