Communities and Agencies need funding in order to carry on the great work they are doing and to help them sustain the successes they've made in their communities. The Center has compiled a list of funding opportunities for Agencies, Coalitions, and the State to help them carry on their work in the areas of coalition building, supporting community efforts, and preventing substance use and consequences. The document is categorized by funding source (Federal, State, and Foundation) and provides a description of the award as well as a link to more information. Funding.Resources.List. August 2014.doc
Below are a few of the resources:
SAMHSA Beta Grant (Funding Database)
Grant funds available through the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention/Treatment and the Center for Mental Health Services for disorders, mental illness.
Posted as new grants become available
Stop Alcohol Abuse
Includes funding opportunities available from Interagency Coordinating Committee on the Prevention of Underage Drinking agencies.
Posted as grants become available; varies
Cardinal Health Foundations
Grants to support local efforts to prevent abuse and misuse of prescription medications. Aims to help non-profit organizations raise awareness and promote education about prescription medication use among youth, college students, adults and the elderly through increased knowledge on proper disposal and unlawful access etc. Registered 501 (c) (3) organizations in all cities of Delaware are eligible.
Annually awarded in late June for the past 4 years
Drug Free Communities
Aims to strengthen community collaboration between public/private non-profit, federal, state, local governments to prevent and reduce substance abuse among youth.
Posted January, due in March