SAMHSA Cooperative Agreements for Garrett Lee Smith State/Tribal Youth Suicide Prevention and Early Intervention Program: SAMHSA issued a Notice of Funding Opportunity for five-year projects of up to $735,000 per year to address Tribal youth suicide early intervention and prevention needs. The program supports states and Tribes with implementing youth suicide and early intervention strategies in schools, educational institutions, juvenile justice systems, substance use and mental health programs, foster care systems, pediatric health programs, and other child- and youth-serving organizations. Applications are due June 3.

ACF State-Tribal Partnerships to Implement Best Practices in Indian Child Welfare: The purpose of this funding is to create and implement intergovernmental partnership models to improve implementation of child welfare best practices that are culturally appropriate for AI/AN children to prevent maltreatment, removal from families and communities, and improve safety, permanency, and well-being. Recipients will serve as demonstration sites to design and implement projects to effectively implement culturally appropriate best practices in Indian child welfare. Applications are due June 7 via (HHS-2024-ACF-ACYF-CT-0056).

ACL Dementia-Capable Home and Community Based Services Funding: ACL is offering funds to develop and expand dementia-capable, home- and community-based services. Tribes and Tribal organizations are encouraged to propose such improvements for elders who have intellectual/developmental disabilities and are either living with dementia or at high risk of developing dementia. Approximately 49 cooperative grants of up to $1 million each are expected. Applications are due June 11 on (HHS-2024-ACL-AOA-ADPI-0029).

IHS Tribal Self-Governance Program Planning and Negotiation Grants: The IHS has two Notice of Funding Opportunities for its Tribal Self-Governance Program, both with application deadlines of June 12:

  • Planning Cooperative Agreements: This funding is intended to ensure Tribes, Tribal organizations, and inter-Tribal consortia are prepared to assume the transfer of IHS programs and services to their Tribal health program. The planning phase includes legal and budgetary research, internal governmental planning, and administrative analyses. Interested applicants and existing Self-Governance Tribes are welcome to apply at (HHS-2024-IHS-TSGP-0002).
  • Negotiation Cooperative Agreements: This funding is intended to defray the costs of preparing for and engaging in Tribal Self-Governance Program negotiations. Applications can be submitted at (HHS-2024-IHS-TSGN-0002).

SAMHSA Tribal Opioid Response Grants: The purpose of this program is to assist in addressing the opioid overdose crisis in Tribal communities by increasing access to FDA-approved medications for the treatment of opioid use disorder, and supporting the continuum of prevention, harm reduction, treatment, and recovery support services for opioid use disorder and co-occurring substance use disorders. The Notice of Funding Opportunity and Application Guide contain detailed eligibility and submission information for interested applicants. Up to 130 awards of up to $63 million are anticipated. Applications are due July 1 via (TI-24-009).

IHS Addressing Dementia in Indian Country – Enhancing Sustainable Models of Care: IHS is excited to announce a third round of grant funding to help develop tribal and urban-specific models of comprehensive dementia care. This funding builds on early work and lessons learned from two-year awards offered for the first time in 2022 and again in 2023. To be eligible for these new three-year cooperative agreements, applicants must already be working toward comprehensive dementia care in the primary care setting. Applications are due by July 16 and must be submitted through (HHS-2024-IHS-ALZ-0001).

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