BJA Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Site-Based Program
Signed into law on July 22, 2016, the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA) is the first major federal substance use disorder treatment and recovery legislation in 40 years and the most comprehensive effort to address the opioid epidemic. The purpose of the Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Site-based Program is to provide financial and technical assistance to states, units of local government, and Indian tribal governments to plan, develop, and implement comprehensive diversion and alternatives to incarceration programs that expand outreach, treatment, and recovery efforts to individuals impacted by the opioid epidemic who come into contact with justice system.
Due April 25, 2017
Category 1: Overdose Outreach Projects
Category 3: System-Level Diversion and Alternatives to Incarceration Projects
Category 6: Data-Driven Responses to Prescription Drug Misuse
OJJDP FY 2017 Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Program
This solicitation will support juvenile drug treatment courts to implement system changes, service delivery, and programming enhancements that are in alignment with the Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Guidelines (JDTC Guidelines) that OJJDP anticipates releasing by the end of 2016. The new JDTC Guidelines will provide juvenile courts with an evidence-based, treatment-oriented approach that emphasizes family engagement and addresses the substance use and often co-occurring mental health challenges experienced by the youth. The guidelines are grounded in research on adolescent development, substance use treatment, youth interventions, family engagement, juvenile courts, and juvenile drug courts. Successful applicants will also be required to work with OJJDP’s training and technical assistance provider and to participate in research and evaluation activities to be conducted by an independent evaluator, funded separately by OJJDP.
Current Closing Date for Applications: May 02, 2017.
Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation (CTAS)
Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitations for FY 2017 are available here
The Department of Justice has opened their solicitations November 30, 2016, inviting applications for federal funding “to improve public safety and victim services in Tribal communities.” Applications were due February 28, 2017.
There are nine purpose areas.
1. Public Safety and Community Policing -- $23 million/~50 awards available
2. Comprehensive Tribal Justice Systems Strategic Planning -- $375,000/~5 awards available
3. Justice Systems, and Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program and Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention Program -- $16.8 million/~20-30 awards available (This purpose area specifically cites “healing to wellness courts” among the tribal justice systems this grant is aimed towards developing, enhancing, and continuing.)
4. Corrections and Correctional Alternatives -- $7.5 million/~2-4 awards available
5. OVW – Violence Against Women Tribal Governments Program -- $32 million/~60 awards available
6. Victims of Crime (OVC—Children’s Justice Act Partnerships for Indian Communities) -- $4.5 million/~10 awards available
7. Victims of Crime (OVC—Comprehensive Tribal Victim Assistance Program) -- $13.5 million/~30 awards available
8. Juvenile Healing to Wellness Courts -- $2.1 million/~6 awards available (New purpose area this year, specific to Healing to Wellness Courts.)
9. Tribal Youth Program -- $4.2 million/~12 awards available
- Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitations for FY 2017 are available here
BJA's Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program
FY 2017 BJA Drug Court Discretionary Grant RFP is available here
FY 2017 RFP was released on December 20, 2016. Applications were due February 28, 2017.
Grants are available for Implementation ($400,000 for 36 months) and Enhancement ($400,000 for 36 months).
- FY 2017 BJA Drug Court Discretionary Grant RFP is available here
SAMHSA's Grants to Expand Substance Abuse Treatment Capacity in Family Treatment Drug Courts
Due Date: January 16, 2018
The purpose of this program is to expand substance use disorder (SUD) treatment services in existing family treatment drug courts, which use the family treatment drug court model in order to provide alcohol and drug treatment to parents with a SUD and/or co-occurring SUD and mental disorders who have had a dependency petition filed against them or are at risk of such filing. Services must address the needs of the family as a whole and include direct service provision to children (18 and under) of individuals served by this project.
- Due Date: January 16, 2018
See Federal Funding Agencies to learn more