Congressionally Directed Spending Projects

Active
Yes
Status
Posted
Published Date
April 22nd, 2024
Close Date
June 21st, 2024
Award Ceiling
$4,500,000.00
Award Floor
$0.00
Expected No. Awards
92
Opportunity No.
FG-24-099

Agency

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Adminis (HHS-SAMHS-SAMHSA)

Eligible Applicants

Others

Funding Category

Health

Funding Instrument

Grant

Opportunity Category

Discretionary

Cost Sharing or Matching Requirement

Yes

Summary

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is offering Congressionally Directed Spending (CDS) Projects grants. These grants align with SAMHSA's mission to promote mental health, prevent substance misuse, and provide treatments and supports for recovery. The projects are authorized under the Further Consolidated Appropriation Act, 2024 [P.L. 118-47]. Recipients of the grants are expected to fully implement the projects that were approved by Congress. SAMHSA aims to award resources enacted in the FY 2024 Further Consolidated Appropriation Act. The grant opportunity is open to eligible applicants and does not require cost sharing or matching. The total award ceiling is $4,500,000, with an expected number of 92 awards. The closing date for applications is June 21, 2024. For more information, you can contact Katie Hager at CMHS_CDS@samhsa.hhs.gov or (240) 276-1268.

Description

CDS projects align with SAMHSA's mission to lead public health and service delivery efforts that promote mental health, prevent substance misuse, and provide treatments and supports to foster recovery while ensuring equitable access and better outcomes. Recipients are expected to fully implement the projects that were approved by Congress. With this program, SAMHSA aims to award resources enacted in the FY 2024 Further Consolidated Appropriation Act.

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Type
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