South Dakota Communities That Care Grants
Funding for communities in South Dakota to implement the Communities That Care (CTC) prevention system. CTC is a 5 phase process for communities to prevent, reduce, and respond to risk factors such as substance abuse, overdose, and suicide while strengthening resilience and protective factors. The program is focused on advancing health equity and addressing social determinants of health among populations at higher risk and that are underserved.
Funding is to be used for one full-time equivalent coordinator/facilitator, implementation of the CTC Youth Survey, and additional ancillary costs. Successful applicants will work with South Dakota Department of Health to develop a final budget.
Preference will be given to rural communities or those identified as one of the 13 high-risk counties in the South Dakota Vulnerability Assessment (Brown, Charles Mix, Corson, Buffalo, Dewey, Hughes, Lyman, Minnehaha, Pennington, Roberts, Oglala Lakota, Todd, and Yankton).
Award amount: $75,000 per year
Project period: 2 years
Estimated number of awards: 10
At the end of the 2-year funding cycle awardees should be prepared to apply for funding to support the ongoing implementation of activities.
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