DPS is seeking proposals from eligible applicants to provide programs designed to assist persons with presumed substance use disorder using liaison strategies both before and after arrest to refer alleged low-level (non-felony) offenders into community-based treatment and support services. Funds may be used to provide individual and group treatment activities. These projects must be designed to facilitate pathways to evidence-based, community-based treatment, medically assisted treatment, and/or recovery and support services.
Allowable uses of funds can include, but are not limited to, the following:
Allowable costs are those cost principles identified in the State Administrative and Accounting Manual, authorizing legislation, and the Substance Use Disorder Assistance Program grant requirements and solicitation. In addition, costs must be reasonable, allocable, necessary to the project, and comply with the funding statute requirements.
Estimated Total Program Funding: