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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Block Grant Application/Plan FY 2018-2019

OhioMHAS administers two federal Block Grants from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) which share a single state plan. Funds are awarded to providers and county ADAMH Boards for local services.

  • Substance Abuse Block Grant provides $64 million for prevention, treatment and recovery supports for persons with substance use disorders, especially pregnant women, women with dependent children and IV drug (opioid) users.
  • Mental Health Block Grant provides $14 million for treatment and recovery supports of persons with serious mental illness, as well as service improvement activities. Recovery supports include housing, employment and peer support services.

2018 - 2019 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Block Grant Plan

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Ohio Community Recovery Support Planning Council (OCSPC)

OCSPC is a federally mandated body that monitors, reviews and evaluates Ohio's block grant application. It also advocates for consumer and family oriented, integrated community-based systems supporting the highest quality of life.

View more on Planning Council page.