Indian Health Service Community Opioid Intervention Pilot Projects
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The Community Opioid Intervention Pilot Projects program provides grants to develop and expand education and awareness of prevention, treatment, and/or recovery activities for opioid misuse and opioid use disorder in American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities.
Projects will be required to address the program objectives:
- Increase public awareness and education about culturally-appropriate and family-centered opioid prevention, treatment, and recovery practices and programs in AI/AN communities
- Create comprehensive support teams to strengthen and empower AI/AN families in addressing the opioid crisis in Tribal and Urban Indian communities
- Reduce unmet treatment needs and opioid overdose related deaths through the use of medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
Eligible applicants include:
- Federally recognized tribes
- Alaska Native villages
- Alaska group, regional, and village corporations
- Tribal organizations
- Urban Indian organizations
Expected award amount: $500,000 per
Project period: 3 years
Estimated number of awards: 33
Estimated total program funding: $16,500,000
Links to the full announcement, application instructions, and the online application process are available through grants.gov when applications are being accepted.
- Indian Health Service, view details
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, view details
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