Funding Opportunity: Building Substance Use Disorder Treatment Capacity in Rural and Frontier Colorado
Funding is available to increase substance use disorder capacity and services in rural and frontier communities in Colorado.
Eligible applicants include local governments (including Indian tribal reservations), municipalities, counties, schools, law enforcement agencies, and primary care or substance use disorder treatment providers) within or outside of the managed service organization’s network of providers, may be eligible to apply for this grant program to increase substance use disorder treatment services and capacity in rural or frontier counties.
The Request For Proposal (RFP) document, budget template, and supportive documents are in the list below.
- RFP Document: Building Substance Use Disorder Treatment Capacity in Rural and Frontier Colorado
- BHA Capacity Budget Template
- BHA Finance & Data Protocol Document
- HCPF & BHA Accounting & Auditing Guidelines
As opportunities arise for funding, we will post them here along with all supporting documents and timelines.