District of Columbia Department of Behavioral Health (DBH)
08/30/19 4:00 PM ET Receipt
Grants to Washington, DC nonprofit organizations to prevent, treat, and assist in the recovery of individuals with opioid use disorder. Funding is intended to support services that reduce unmet treatment needs, increase access to medications, and reduce deaths caused by opioid abuse.
To reduce opioid-related deaths 50% by 2020, the DC Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) is seeking to use District of Columbia Opioid Response (DCOR) grant funds to build a comprehensive system of care for residents with opioid use disorder (OUD) throughout the District. This program includes a range of opportunities across the continuum of care.
The District is building a model with multiple access points to a coordinated network of treatment and RSS providers that will collaborate around the assessment, stabilization, and ongoing treatment of individuals with OUD.
The program includes five opportunities, which are as follows:
1. Competition #1: Hospital OUD Crisis Beds
2. Competition #2: Hospital Inpatient Peer Support
3. Competition #3: Peer Follow Up for OUD Discharges
4. Competition #4: OUD Street Outreach
5. Competition #5: DCOR Prevention
GrantWatch ID#: 186608
Total anticipated number of awards: 9
Funding by competition:
1. Competition #1: OUD Crisis Beds – Approximately $480,000 is available to fund up to three (3) grant awards. Each grant award is a minimum of $160,000.
2. Competition #2: Hospital Inpatient Peer Support – Approximately $872,625 is available to fund up to one (1) grant award.
3. Competition #3: Peer Follow Up for OUD Discharges – Approximately $436,315 is available to fund up to one (1) grant award.
4. Competition #4: OUD Street Outreach – Approximately $1,455,000 is available to fund up to three (3) grant awards with the goal of covering all eight Wards in the District. Each grant award will be a minimum of $485,000.
5. Competition #5: DCOR Prevention Ward 3– Approximately $100,000 is available to fund up to one (1) grant award.
The grant award will be from October 1, 2019 through September 29, 2020. The grant may be continued for one (1) additional year based on documented project success and the availability of funding.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To send the Intent to Apply (not required), email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submit the application to:
c/o Daijon Wilburn or Jacqueline Murphy
64 New York Avenue, NE, 3rd Floor
Washington, DC 20002
(202) 671-2792 or (202) 727-9479
For inquiries, please contact:
- Orlando Barker, Project Coordinator, State Opioid Response at email@example.com
- Arielle Brock, Prevention Specialist, State Opioid Response at firstname.lastname@example.org
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USA: Washington, DC
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