Funding Opportunities

SFY 2021 Funding Opportunities

SFY 2021 Specialized Dockets Subsidy Project Funding Opportunities

The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) is pleased to announce that the Specialized Docket Subsidy Project has two separate funding opportunities available to specialized dockets not currently receiving specialized docket subsidy funding or drug court grant funding from the Department and must target addiction and/or mental health disorders. One Request for Applications (RFA) has been made available for specialized dockets receiving final certification after July 1, 2019 and not previously certified.  The other RFA is for specialized dockets which received final certification before July 1, 2019 and operational specialized dockets seeking re-certification.

The purpose of these funds is to offset the payroll costs for specialized dockets staff members. These funds can also be used to pay for clinical services provided by OhioMHAS certified addiction and/or mental health providers, medication assisted treatment (MAT) medications, urinalysis and recovery supports.

The funding will be available for the periods of SFY 2021 - July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021. These funds can be retroactively applied for allowable expenses incurred on or after July 1, 2020. Please note: Funds supporting this project are granted based on an estimate of state and federal funds for mental health and addiction services in Ohio. Should funding be reduced below an estimated level, the amount of funding may be reduced or terminated per written notice to the applicant by OhioMHAS.

The RFAs, Project Application and Allowable Costs list are posted on the Ohio MHAS website: https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities

Application Due Date: 

All applications and accompanying documentation must be submitted via email at specialized.docket@mha.ohio.gov . This solicitation will remain open until all available funds have been awarded. 

Questions and Answers: 

All prospective applicants must submit their questions and answers in writing to specialized.docket@mha.ohio.gov no later than November 5, 2020.

Documents

2020 Funding Opportunities

FY21 RFP – State Ohio Opiate Response Continuum Grant for Behavioral Health Equity and Racial Disparity Plan - Solicitation for Technical Assistance and Plan Development MH-FY21-CPC-SOR-BHER-020

SOR Project Overview

The Ohio State Opioid Response (SOR) Project continues to focus on building a community system of care (prevention, early intervention, treatment and recovery supports) that emphasizes service integration between physical health care, emergency health care, behavioral health care, criminal justice, and child welfare through the expansion of secondary prevention efforts by providing targeted awareness messaging regarding treatment including access to all forms of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT). Through the identification of the skills, competencies and barriers impacting these aspects of recovery for different populations, providers can address access and availability of culturally and linguistically competent evidence-based MAT. This may be promoted by engaging the community partners and key stakeholders who are necessary to support the work to achieve an integrated continuum of treatment and recovery support services that are provided in a culturally competent manner that will work to improve health outcomes of members of the African American, Hispanic/Latino American, and other minority communities.

OhioMHAS is seeking a national expert to engage OhioMHAS leadership and stakeholders in a process to better understand the complex social conditions and the systemic problem of racism and bias that implicitly impact policies and practices and results in inequities in access to behavioral health care, quality of behavioral health care, treatment and recovery support of opioid use disorders, and ultimately health outcomes for minority communities. To address racism and bias, OhioMHAS will use a multi-phased approach. The goal of Phase One, a solicitation for technical assistance (TA) and plan development, is to help OhioMHAS leadership and stakeholders better understand how to identify complex social conditions and the systemic problems of racism and bias, and to form recommendations for improvements in the behavioral health service delivery system to address inequities that result from these conditions and problems. The respondent is to describe in their proposal their competency and experience relevant to the issues, the processes they will employ to identify the complex social conditions and the systemic problem of racism and bias, engage leadership and stakeholders to inform the development of a plan of action for OhioMHAS and stakeholders, and the development of a plan that defines the opportunities for improvement and a framework to reduce racism and bias.

Health Equity and Racial Disparity relating to MAT - Technical Assistance

The SOR Project has made available up to $150,000 to an organization(s) to provide Technical Assistance in addressing Health Equity and Racial Disparity relating to MAT. Services under this solicitation and plan development are to be provided from September 1 - September 28, 2020.

RFA Questions and Updates

  1. The RFA, accompanying documents and all questions and answers will be posted on the OhioMHAS website at: https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities
  2. All questions must be submitted electronically no later than by 5:30PM EDT September 2, 2020 to OhioMHAS at: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov.  An information webinar series will be scheduled and announced at https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities
  3. No questions will be answered after the deadline. You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS staff member directly with questions regarding this RFA. Contacting staff directly with questions could result in disqualification of an application.
  4. Responses to all questions (FAQ) will be posted to the OhioMHAS website at https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities and will be updated frequently.

C. Application Submission

All applications must be submitted electronically to: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov by Monday September 6, 2020 at 5:30PM EDT. No faxed, mailed or hand carried applications will be accepted.

D. Award

  1. Awards are expected to be announced by September 9, 2020
  2. Grant awards will not exceed $150,000

Documents

FY20 Ohio Opiate Response Continuum Grant for Organizations Serving Members of the African American, Hispanic/Latino, American, and other Minority Communities (MHA-FY20-21-OOR-CountyHealth-12)

Purpose of RFA

The SOR Project has made approximately $15 million dollars available for Ohio County or City Health Departments partnering with Community Behavioral Health Authorities; Community Behavioral Health Authorities; other County or City based organizations, such as Metropolitan Housing Authorities, Probation Departments, etc.; minority community-based organizations (MCBOs), such as UMADAOPs and Urban Leagues; and, other community-based organizations including faith based, primary care, federally qualified or school based health centers, aging living communities, behavioral health organizations, and other non-profit organizations. The funding is available from August 5, 2020 through September 28, 2020. Applicants may apply for one grant in an amount up to $500,000. The funds must be expended by September 28, 2020 as carry over will not be available.  

Intended Outcome:

To increase the availability of evidence-based MAT along with the full continuum of treatment and recovery support services, provided in a culturally competent service setting to members of the African American, Hispanic/Latino American, and other minority communities.

RFA Questions and Updates

  1. The RFA, accompanying documents and all questions and answers will be posted on the OhioMHAS website at: https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities
  2. All questions must be submitted electronically no later than by 5:30PM EDT July 28, 2020 to OhioMHAS at: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov. An information webinar series will be scheduled and announced at https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities
  3. No questions will be answered after the deadline. You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS staff member directly with questions regarding this RFA. Contacting staff directly with questions could result in disqualification of an application.
  4. Responses to all questions (FAQ) will be posted to the OhioMHAS website at https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities and will be updated frequently.

Application Submission

  • All applications must be submitted electronically to: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov by July 30, 2020 at 5:30PM EDT. No faxed, mailed or hand carried applications will be accepted.
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Cultural and Linguistic Evaluation of OhioMHAS Creative and Promotional Materials (MHA17346 Proposal date: 6/23/2020)

This RFP contract seeks a contractor to perform a cultural and linguistic evaluation of existing Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) creative and promotional materials related to substance and opiate use disorder. The contractor will review and test materials and provide suggestions for improvements that can be made to successfully reach specific minority populations.

Background :In Ohio, there were 411 fatal, unintentional drug overdoses in the year 2000, growing to 3,764 deaths in 2018, largely related to opioids. Drug addiction and unintentional overdose deaths impact a broad variety of demographic groups, cutting across racial, age and gender lines. Addiction and overdose are a statewide problem and impacts every county. Recent overdose death data a significant increase in deaths in the African American community. In 2019 Governor DeWine launched the RecoveryOhio Minority Health Working Group to make recommendations on reducing overdose deaths among minority populations. The group supports prevention, early intervention, treatment, and recovery supports and ensure the state has the tools needed to provide culturally appropriate services to meet the needs of all Ohioans.

Purpose: The purpose of this cultural and linguistic competency evaluation is to ensure that OhioMHAS’ materials are appropriate for and meaningful to Ohio’s African American and Hispanic populations that have become high risk for addiction and overdose death.

TIME OF PERFORMANCE: This contract anticipated start date is 7/29/2020, or the date of the signature by the State of Ohio on this contract, whichever is later. This contract shall remain in effect to 9/29/2020 or until terminated as provided in this contract.

PROPOSAL DUE: 7/7/2020 by 2:00 pm

  • Submission of Proposal Electronic bids must be sent to OhioMHASBidOpportunity@mha.ohio.gov. All attachments included in the posting opportunity MUST be submitted with proposal.
  • Bids must be received prior to the proposal due date and time. Bids received after the due date and time will not be reviewed.

Contract and Proposal Link : Here is the direct link to the contract proposal https://procure.ohio.gov/proc/viewProcOpps.asp?oppID=21758

Documents : 

Mental Health Court Program

FY21 Notification of Request for Information – Mental Health Court Program

The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) is pleased to announce funding for the Mental Health Court Program (MHCP) to all eligible counties with a Mental Health docket in Ohio for FY21. OhioMHAS is issuing a Request for Information (RFI) to the ADAMHS Boards in the following counties: Allen, Ashtabula, Butler, Cuyahoga, Delaware, Fairfield, Gallia, Hamilton, Lake, Mahoning, Marion, Medina, Montgomery, Muskingum, Ottawa, Portage, Richland, Stark, Summit. Information is being collected for the purpose of funding Mental Health Courts in the counties listed and identifying interested certified Mental Health dockets within those counties. 

The MHCP funds behavioral health treatment and recovery support services to clients that are involved with selected Mental Health dockets with final certification. The total amount of Mental Health Block Grant funds for the MHCP in FY21 is $150,000, and the award for each docket will range from $5,000 to $10,000, based on the number of awardees. Awarded funds will be allocated to the ADAMHS Boards and passed through to the Mental Health Court to be used to finance treatment and recovery support services for eligible clients. Treatment for MHCP clients is provided by a community behavioral health services provider certified by OhioMHAS. Time-limited recovery supports may be utilized to help eliminate barriers to treatment and are specific to the participant’s needs, including assistance with housing, transportation, childcare, job training, obtaining a driver’s license or state identification card, or other matters considered relevant by the provider or court. 

Participating Mental Health dockets will be responsible for collecting and reporting data related to funding usage and client treatment and outcomes. ADAMHS Boards are invited to work with their local specialized dockets to complete the attached RFI, which serves as a request to participate in the MHCP for FY21. Specialized docket judges are encouraged to contact their local county ADAMHS board to share their interest in participating in the MHCP and to assist the board in accurately completing the RFI.

Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) Mntal Health Court Program: Request for Information

  1. Based upon the specialized docket eligibility criteria noted below, please list the eligible dockets that would like to participate in the MHCP, including the Judges’ names. · Specialized docket eligibility criteria for the MHCP:  
    • Must be a Supreme Court certified Mental Health docket with final certification 
    • Must serve clients with a diagnosed mental illness
    • Must utilize treatment providers that are OhioMHAS certified
  2. Based upon the eligibility criteria noted below, how many clients do you anticipate serving in FY21 (July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021)? Please list the number of clients by docket. · Client eligibility criteria for the MHCP:
    • Must be actively involved with an Ohio certified Mental Health Court.
    • Must have a diagnosed mental illness.
  3. Please list the following information for each of the specialized dockets identified above:
    • Final certification date of the docket.
    • An identified contact person responsible for submitting report information, including their title and corresponding email address.
    • Service capacity of the docket.
  4. Are the specialized dockets willing to comply with data reporting expectations noted below?
    A 6 month report for FY21 will be due to the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Bureau of Criminal Justice Services, on or before January 31, 2021 for the time period of July 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020; and a 6 month report due by July 31, 2021 for the time period of January 1, 2021 to June 30, 2021. The report must include the following:
    • Total number of MHCP clients in the docket at the beginning of FY21
    • Number of new clients admitted to MHCP during each 6 month time period
    • Total number of MHCP clients served by the docket during each 6 month time period
    • Total number of clients discharged (separate count for each: successfully, unsuccessfully, and neutrally) during the reporting period.
    • Amount of MHCP funds used during the reporting period for Treatment.
    • Amount of MHCP funds used during the reporting period for Recovery Supports.

All responses must be submitted by the ADAMHS Board via email to: kathy.yokum@mha.ohio.gov by July 13, 2020. Please limit responses to two pages or less.

You may contact Kathy Yokum via email: kathy.yokum@mha.ohio.gov with any questions regarding the MHCP or the RFI submission process.

FY2020 - The Governor's Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives and The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services

RFP - Community and Faith-Based Application and Guidance Promoting Mental Wellness and Support during COVID-19

Purpose

In support of Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s commitment to the Investment in Ohio’s Future, the Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, in partnership with the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, will offer a $1M funding opportunity for faith-based and community-based organizations. The funds will be directed toward community-based strategies for mental wellness and support during this period of COVID-19. This opportunity is seeking to support Ohio’s most vulnerable populations. Local communities can apply for resources needed to empower everyday citizens to identify signs of poor mental health and/or addiction, reduce stigma associated with those issues, provide support, and offer resources to people about where to find help.

All questions must be submitted electronically no latter than June 5, 2020 to OhioMHAS at GOFBCI@mha.ohio.gov

  • No questions will be answered after the deadline.
  • You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS staff Member directly with questions regarding this application.
  • Contacting staff directly with questions regarding the application could result in disqualification of a proposal.
  • Staff may only assist with questions regarding entering the GFMS system no programmatic information will be shared.

Responses to all frequently asked questions (FAQ) will be posted to the OhioMHAS website at https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities/Community-and-Faith-based-Culturally-Competent-Stigma-Reduction-Funding-Opportunity, and will be updated weekly.

Proposal submission

 

 

FY 20-21 Ohio Opiate Response Continuum Grant Funding Opportunities for Ohio Non-Profit Behavioral Health Providers MHA-FY20-21-SOR-NonProfit-BHP-26

The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) is offering four funding opportunities related to:

  • Expand Peer Support Initiative for Persons in Recovery from OUD 
  • Employment Services GAP Funding
  • Behavioral Health workforce Training Initiative
  • Young Adult Engagement

The deadline for submission of all proposals is Friday, June 05th, 2020 by 5:00 pm to: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov. Applicants may apply for one or all funding opportunities contained within the umbrella funding opportunity. The RFP, accompanying documents and all questions and answers will be posted on the OhioMHAS website at: https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities.

All questions must be submitted electronically no later than by 5:30PM EDT May 29nd, 2020 to OhioMHAS at: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov.

  • No questions will be answered after the deadline.
  • You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS staff member directly with questions regarding this RFP. Contacting staff directly with questions could result in disqualification of an application.
  • Responses to all questions (FAQ) will be posted to the OhioMHAS website at https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities and will be updated frequently.
  • Application Submission: All applications must be submitted electronically to: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov  by June 05th, 2020 at 5:30PM EDT. No faxed, mailed or hand carried applications will be accepted. 

Documents

FY20-21 RFP Faith-Based Outreach and Education on Opiate Use Disorder - Repost

OhioMHAS in collaboration with the Governor’s Office on Faith and Community Initiatives under grant number MHA-20-21-Faith-Based Education and Outreach-23 seeks to award funding to 50 faith-based organizations to implement opiate use disorder (OUD) prevention strategies including, but not limited to: Hosting online conversations on opioid awareness and online workshops to understand the signs and symptoms of OUD, discussing treatment options, promoting local recovery resources, and training community members on naloxone. Grant awards will not exceed $25,000 per awardee and all funds must be expended by September 28, 2020.

RFA Questions and Updates

  1. The Request for Proposal, accompanying documents and all questions and answers will be posted on the OhioMHAS website at: https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities
  2. All questions must be submitted electronically to: SORTREATMENT@mha.ohio.gov 
  3. No questions will be answered after the deadline. You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS staff member directly with questions regarding this RFA. Contacting staff directly with questions could result in disqualification of an application.
  4. Responses to all frequently asked questions (FAQ) will be posted to the OhioMHAS website at https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities and will be updated frequently.
Application Submission
  1. All application must be submitted electronically to SORTREATMENT@mha.ohio.gov.
  2. No faxed, mailed or hand carried application will be accepted.
  3. There is no deadline for submissions, however the grant period ends September 28, 2020 and no work conducted after that date is eligible for payment.
  4. Grant awards will not exceed $25,000.00
Award
Grant awards will not exceed $25,000
Documents

FY20 SOR Project Ohio Opiate Response Continuum Grant for Non-Behavioral Health Organizations

OhioMHAS is pleased to announce an umbrella State Opioid Response Carry Over grant opportunity for Federal Fiscal Year 2020 - SOR Project Ohio Opiate Response Continuum Grant for Non-Behavioral Health Organizations. MHA-FY20-SOR-Non-Behavioral-23 has made up to $2,890,000 available through September 28th, 2020 to (1) implement peer supporters in non-traditional settings and (2) to coordinate a large-scale behavioral health training initiative. Non-behavioral health organizations may apply for either one or both funding opportunities. For additional information and to read the Requests for Proposals, please visit https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities.

The RFP, accompanying documents and all questions and answers will be posted on the OhioMHAS website at: https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities.

  • All questions must be submitted electronically no later than May 22, 2020 5:30PM EDT to OhioMHAS at: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov
  • No questions will be answered after the deadline. You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS staff member directly with questions regarding this RFP. Contacting staff directly with questions could result in disqualification of an application.
  • Responses to all questions (FAQ) will be posted to the OhioMHAS website at https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities and will be updated frequently.

Application Submission All applications must be submitted electronically to: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov May 29, 2020 at 5:30PM EDT. No faxed, mailed or hand carried applications will be accepted.

Award

  1. Awards are expected to be announced for project implementation to begin June 15, 2020
  2. All funds must be expended by September 29, 2020, no exceptions.
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FY20 RFP Ohio Opiate Response Continuum Grant for Medical Settings (MHA-FY20-SOR-MEDSET-22)

OhioMHAS is pleased to announce an umbrella State Opioid Response Carry Over grant opportunity for federal fiscal year 2020 - The SOR Project Ohio Opiate Response Continuum Grant for Medical Settings. MHA-FY20-SOR-MEDSET-22 has made up to $1,900,000 available through September 28th, 2020 to: (1) Implement case managers in 5 Emergency Departments (EDs) and 5 Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) to assist with care coordination of OUD patients, (2) utilizing care navigators in HIV and Hepatitis Clinics for patients with opiate use disorder, and (3) facilitating learning communities and providing technical assistance for implementing and providing MAT induction in the ED setting.

Medical settings may apply for one, two, or three of the funding opportunities. For additional information and to read the Requests for Proposals, please visit https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities.

Application Submission

All applications must be submitted electronically to: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov  by May 29, 2020 at 5:30PM EDT. No faxed, mailed or hand carried applications will be accepted.

Award

  1. Awards are expected to be announced for project implementation to begin June 15, 2020
  2. All funds must be expended by September 29, 2020, no exceptions.

Documents

FY-20 - Ohio Opiate Response Continuum Grant for Ohio Universities and Colleges ( MHA-FY20-SOR-UniCol-21)

OhioMHAS is pleased to announce an umbrella State Opioid Response Carry Over grant opportunity for federal fiscal year 2020. The SOR Project Ohio Opiate Response Continuum Grant for Colleges and Universities. MHA-FY20-SOR-UniCol-21 has made up to $3,080,000 available through September 28th, 2020 to: support and expand existing College Recovery Communities/Programs or the developing of new College Recovery Communities/Programs, provide on-going support for Chemical Dependency Counselors training through live MAT ECHO trainings, and coordinate a large-scale behavioral health training initiative. Ohio Colleges and Universities may apply for one, two, or three of the funding opportunities. For additional information and to read the Requests for Proposals, please visit https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities.

Proposal Submission & Evaluation

  • The deadline for submission of all proposals is Friday May 29 by 5:00 pm to: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov. Applicants may apply for one or all funding opportunities contained within the umbrella funding opportunity.  
  • The RFP, accompanying documents and all questions and answers will be posted on the OhioMHAS website at: https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities.
  • All questions must be submitted electronically no later than by 5:30PM EDT May 22, 2020 to OhioMHAS at: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov.
  • No questions will be answered after the deadline. You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS staff member directly with questions regarding this RFP. Contacting staff directly with questions could result in disqualification of an application.
  • Responses to all questions (FAQ) will be posted to the OhioMHAS website at https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities and will be updated frequently.
  • All applications must be submitted electronically to: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov by May 29, 2020 at 5:30PM EDT. No faxed, mailed or hand carried applications will be accepted.

Award

  1. Awards are expected to be announced for project implementation to begin June 15, 2020 
  2. All funds must be expended by September 28, 2020, no exceptions.

Documents 

State Opioid Response FFY2020 - Funding Opportunities Request for Proposals for Ohio County Behavioral Health Authorities (MHA-FFY20-SOR-OACBH-Continuum-22).

OhioMHAS is pleased to announce a State Opioid Response Carry Over grant opportunity for federal fiscal year 2020. This SOR Project Ohio Opiate Response Continuum Grant provides an opportunity for Ohio Behavioral Health Authorities to partner with non-behavioral health organizations to expand access to peer support for persons with opiate use disorder and their families through September 28, 2020. For additional information and to read the Requests for Proposals, please visit https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities

Quesions and Submission Deadlines

  • All questions must be submitted electronically no later than by 5:30PM EDT May 22, 2020 to OhioMHAS at: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov
  • No questions will be answered after the deadline. You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS staff member directly with questions regarding this RFP.
  • Contacting staff directly with questions could result in disqualification of an application.
  • Responses to all questions (FAQ) will be posted to the OhioMHAS website at https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities and will be updated frequently.
  • Application Submission All applications must be submitted electronically to: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov by May 29, 2020 at 5:30PM EDT. No faxed, mailed or hand carried applications will be accepted.

Awards

  1. Awards are expected to be announced for project implementation to begin June 15, 2020 
  2. All funds must be expended by September 28, 2020, no exceptions
Documents

FY2020 Forensic Conference Request for Proposal (MHA-FY20-MED-ForensicCon-11)

Backgound and Purpose

The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) is planning the 2020 Annual Forensic Conference to support ongoing education and sharing of best practices for persons working with Ohio’s forensic behavioral health system. The target audience for the conference includes OhioMHAS Central Office and Regional Psychiatric Hospital (RPH) staff, DODD central office and Developmental Center staff, staff from the Designated Forensic Evaluation Centers, the Community Forensic Monitors, community providers of behavioral health and developmental disability services, ADAMHS Boards, DD Boards, judges and attorneys, other state departments, and others interested in forensic services. OhioMHAS seeks proposals for event planning and management services for a one-day statewide Forensic Conference to be held in the Columbus, Ohio area in the fall of 2020. Anticipated attendance for the one-day training is up to 275 individuals. The event coordination will include contracting with the venue, managing participant registrations, communicating with the participants and presenters, providing regular updates to the OhioMHAS staff, and additional duties as outlined in the RFP.  

Questions, Technical Assistance, and Updates

  • All questions must be submitted electronically no later than 5:00 p.m. on January 29, 2020. Questions may be submitted to MHAS-Forensics@mha.ohio.gov
  • No questions will be answered after the deadline. Questions and responses will be posted at https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities
  • You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS staff member directly with questions regarding this RFP. Contacting staff directly with questions could result in disqualification of a proposal. 
  • Interested parties are required to monitor this website for any updates to the RFP.

Proposal Submission

  • Proposal Due Date:  February 3, 2020 by 5:00 p.m.
  • Proposals must be received by this time to be considered. Risk of delay or failure of delivery rests with the applicant MHAS-Forensics@mha.ohio.gov 

No faxed, mailed, courier delivered, or hand carried proposals will be accepted. In the email subject line, enter “Forensic Conference Event Planning.”  Only one email should be sent, including all required content elements listed in Proposal Contents.

Documents

SFY 2020 RFP Training Grant for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community (MHA-FY20-DHOH-MEDDIR-10).

The Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) is accepting proposals to improve access to culturally and linguistically appropriate services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHOH) community. OhioMHAS is requesting proposal(s) to fund local or regional efforts that will implement a system of training to improve services delivered to the target population. Experts in the field recognize that behavioral health treatment for deaf and hard of hearing individuals must account for not only cultural and linguistic differences but also recognition of how clinical services are particularly designed or suited to meet the needs of the hearing community. Compounding the difficulties with service providers is the lack of trust within the DHOH community of “hearing agencies”. This often results in misdiagnosis, ineffective or substandard services. Historically, there has been limited training available in Ohio for healthcare professionals, employees and contractors working with deaf and hard of hearing clients/patients in behavioral health settings. This is due, in part, to lack of funding for program specific services for the DHOH community, as well as a lack of awareness and recognition that the needs and challenges of deaf individuals differ greatly from other minority groups. As such, training across the behavioral healthcare system has been identified as a high priority need by key stakeholders in the DHOH community. The purpose of the grant is to improve access to culturally appropriate deaf and hard of hearing trainings, and increased number of persons trained in the behavioral healthcare system on delivery of cultural and linguistically appropriate services for the DHOH community.

  • Proposal Submission
    • Proposal Due Date is 11:59 p.m.,  Friday December 27, 2019.
    • Proposals must be received by this time to be considered. Risk of delay or failure of delivery rests with the applicant.
    • Where to Submit: All proposals must be submitted to mailto:OhioMHASGrantOpportunity@mha.ohio.gov 
    • No questions will be answered after the deadline.
    • Responses will be posted under Funding Opportunities at https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities and will be updated frequently.
    • You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS staff member directly with questions regarding this RFP. Contacting staff directly with questions could result in disqualification of a proposal.
    • The RFP, accompanying documents and all questions and answers will be posted on the OhioMHAS website. Interested parties are required to monitor this website https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities for any updates to the RFP.
    • Awards announcement(s) expected January 6, 2020.
Documents:

4253C Prevention Services - K-12 Prevention Education Initiatives

Prevention Services Funding Opportunity FY2020

Program Name: 4253C Prevention Services – K-12 Prevention Education Initiatives

Purpose: Under the leadership of Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and the RecoveryOhio initiative, the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and the Ohio Department of Education will collaborate to distribute $18 million dollars included in the SFY 2020 budget to support prevention education for K-12 students. This state partnership will empower local communities in their efforts to help children build resiliency and reduce risk factors that contribute to the development of behavioral health conditions. This critical investment will assist communities with the ultimate goal of providing evidence-informed prevention services for every child, in every grade, in every school. OhioMHAS plans to distribute the $18 million dollars to eligible applicants based on a formula calculating the number of school districts in each county and their K-12 enrollment. It is important to remember that these funds are one-time in nature. Efforts should be made to use the funds to build capacity and sustainability beyond the time period of the grant. Conveners will work with each district to distribute funds after engaging in a planning process with contributions from all willing community partners including ADAMH Boards, school districts, Educational Service Centers, community-based providers of prevention services, and law enforcement to enhance existing or established partnerships and engage new partners in the work. Partners will work together to support districts in their investment and commitment to prevention services and to welcome other community providers into the collaboration to support service delivery in schools.

Eligibility: ADAMH Boards will be invited to serve as a Convener of community partners for the purposes of planning for these dollars. If a Board declines the role of Convener, OhioMHAS will seek proposals from OhioMHAS certified behavioral health prevention providers and local prevention coalitions to convene community partners for that specific Board area.

Eligibility to receive this State NON-GRF funding is limited to ADAMHS Boards, or other certified behavioral health prevention providers and local prevention coalitions identified by OhioMHAS with an approved Letter of Intent Agreement confirming their acceptance of the roles and responsibilities of these funds.

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Total Funding Amount Available - $18,000,000

Submission Deadline:

Letter of Intent Agreements are due by 12/09/2019 and should be sent to the following email address: MHAS-OPWGRANTS@mha.ohio.gov

FY19 RFA Medical Expert Residency MAT Waiver Trainer Grant (MHA-FY19-MedResidencyWaiverTRN2-08) funded by CURES No Cost Extension dollars

Ohio’s Opioid State Targeted Response (STR) Project goals focus on building a community system of care (prevention, early intervention, treatment and recovery support) that emphasizes service integration between physical health care, emergency health care, behavioral health care, criminal justice, and child welfare. Strategies and activities undertaken for this effort build upon Ohio’s on-going efforts to address the opioid epidemic and are designed to reduce overdose deaths and enhance the ability of individuals with opioid use disorder to receive treatment using evidence-based approaches. This focus represents a high-impact opportunity to strengthen Ohio’s comprehensive response to the state’s opioid issues.

In year two of the CURES STR grant, OhioMHAS funded six medical residency programs that provided approval of two independent waiver trainers in each residency program and a total of twelve residency MAT trainings. These programs are self-sustainable with the ability to provide MAT waiver trainings for the residency program as well as the community. OhioMHAS seeks to partner with ten (10) hospitals with active and accredited residency programs across Ohio to provide DEA DATA 2000 Waiver trainings for resident physicians and physicians in Ohio. The awardee will have two of their waivered physicians engage with Providers Clinical Support System (PCSS) to complete PCSS requirements to become a Course Instructor for MAT Waiver Training. The hospital will then sponsor two (2) MAT Waiver Trainings at their facility for physicians and resident physicians both at their hospital and/or from other areas in the grant year. The awardee will provide general course management and oversight, as well as CME tracking and provision.

Eligible Applicants

Applications will be accepted only from awardees that have staff holding a DEA-X waiver and engaged in practicing addiction medicine within their specialty. The waivered physician will then complete the PCSS MAT Course Instructor training in order to deliver two (2) community waiver trainings open to physicians and resident physicians. Each course will be eight (8) hours long. These trainings will take place between December 6th, 2019 and April 30, 2020

Proposal Submission

  1. All proposals must be submitted electronically to: CURESTREATMENT@mha.ohio.gov by Friday, November 29th, 2019 at 5:30PM EDT.
  2. No faxed, mailed or hand carried applications will be accepted

RFA Questions and Updates

  1. The RFA, accompanying documents and all questions and answers will be posted on the OhioMHAS website at:  https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities
  2. All questions must be submitted electronically no later than Friday, November 22nd, 2019 by 5:30PM EDT to OhioMHAS at: CURESTREATMENT@mha.ohio.gov
  3. No questions will be answered after the deadline. You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS staff member directly with questions regarding this RFA. Contacting staff directly with questions could result in disqualification of a proposal.
  4. Responses to all frequently asked questions (FAQ) will be posted to the OhioMHAS website at https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities and will be updated frequently.

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FY2020 Request for Proposal: Event Planning and Management Services (MHA-20-ComTrtSvcs-TIC-EventPln-07)

OhioMHAS and DODD will conduct the Seventh Annual TIC Summit, a two-day TIC Educational Event on May 19 & 20, 2020. This RFP seeks proposals to provide event planning and management services for a two-day Trauma-Informed Care Summit on May 19 and 20, 2020; with anticipated attendance of up to 400 people. Event to be held at the Residence Inn Marriott, Marriott Columbus University Area, 3100 Olentangy River Road, Columbus, Ohio 43215

Background and Purpose

The Ohio Departments of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) and Developmental Disabilities (DODD) launched a statewide Trauma-Informed Care Initiative (TIC) in 2014. A goal of this Initiative is to expand opportunities for Ohioans to receive trauma-informed interventions by enhancing efforts for practitioners, facilities and agencies to become competent in trauma informed practices. TIC is an approach that explicitly acknowledges the role trauma plays in people’s lives. 

Proposal Submission

  1. All proposals must be submitted electronically to: TRAUMA-SUMMITRFP@mha.ohio.gov by Friday November 15, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. Risk of delay or failure of delivery rests with the applicant.
  2. No faxed, mailed or hand delivered proposals will be accepted.

Proposal Documents & Questions:

  1. The RFP, accompanying documents, updates, and all questions and answers will be posted on the OhioMHAS website https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities 
  2. Interested parties are required to monitor this site for any updates to the RFP.
  3. All questions must be submitted electronically no later than Tuesday, November 12, 2019, by 5:00 p.m. pm to TRAUMA-SUMMITRFP@mha.ohio.gov
  4. No questions will be answered after the deadline. You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS staff member directly with questions regarding this RFP. Contacting staff directly with questions may result in the disqualification of a proposal. 
  5. Responses to all questions will be posted to the OhioMHAS website at https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities and will be updated frequently.
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RFP FY20-21 Early Childhood Mental Health and Early Intervention Capacity Expansion

OhioMHAS Releases 3 Early Childhood Mental Health Expansion Funding Opportunities:

RFP FY20-21 Early Childhood Mental Health and Early Intervention Capacity Expansion (#MHA FY20-21-ECMH-Early Intervention-06)

The Whole Child Matters Early Childhood Mental Health Initiative supports the development and implementation of a workforce specially trained to meet the social, emotional, behavioral and overall wellness needs of Ohio’s youngest children. By working with parents, teachers, caregivers and partner agencies, Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants help to prevent preschool expulsions by helping caregivers successfully manage challenging behaviors that may be the result of dysregulation that is caused by trauma, developmental challenges, or other environmental factors.

To achieve these goals, three (3) funding opportunities are provided to support Ohio’s communities infrastructure for children to reach critical benchmarks in kindergarten and school readiness, positive parenting and youth preparedness and resilience.

  1. In collaboration with the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities, OhioMHAS BCYF has released a Request for Proposals to fund a EMCH consultation capacity across all statewide Early Intervention Teams. Amount of funding available is $400,000 per year for up to 2 years.  
  2. OhioMHAS Bureau of Children, Youth and Families has released a Request for Proposals to support ECMH Consultation expansion co-location into primary care and/or pediatric health settings; and
  3. OhioMHAS Bureau of Children, Youth and Families has released a Request for Proposals to support ECMH Consultation Expansion into underscored areas of the state. Funding available for ECMH capacity expansion is $850,000 per year for up to 2 years.

Timeframes, Questions, Technical Assistance, and Updates

Deadlines

  • The deadline for ECMH Expansion proposals submission is 11:59 pm on Friday, November 22nd 2019 to the following site: MHAS-ECWorkforce@mha.ohio.gov  
  • Risk of failure or delay in delivery rests with applicant.  
  • No faxed, mailed or hand carried applications will be accepted.
  • The RFP, accompanying documents and all questions and answers will be posted on the OhioMHAS website. Interested parties are required to monitor this website (http://mha.ohio.gov/Default.aspx?tabid=725 ) for any updates to the RFP SYF20-21 ECMH
  • You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS or Ohio Department of Disabilities staff member directly with questions regarding this RFP. Contacting staff directly with questions could result in disqualification of a proposal. Questions can be submitted through MHAS-ECWorkforce@mha.ohio.gov  
  • The deadline for ECMH proposals submission is 11:59 pm on Friday November 22nd, 2019.  
  • Questions must be submitted electronically no later than Friday, November 8th, 2019 by 9:00am MHAS-ECWorkforce@mha.ohio.gov
  • Awards are expected to be announced by Friday, December 13nd 2019 by 5:00pm .
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SFY 2020 Specialized Dockets Subsidy Project Funding Opportunities (MHA-FY20 Specialized Dockets Subsidy Projects-05)

The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) is pleased to announce that the Specialized Docket Subsidy Project has two separate funding opportunities available to specialized dockets not currently receiving specialized docket subsidy funding or drug court grant funding from the Department and must target addiction and/or mental health disorders. One Request for Applications (RFA) has been made available for specialized dockets receiving final certification after July 1, 2019, and not previously certified. The other RFA is for specialized dockets which received final certification before July 1, 2019, and operational specialized dockets seeking re-certification.

The purpose of these funds is to offset the payroll costs for specialized dockets staff members. These funds can also be used to pay for clinical services provided by OhioMHAS certified addiction and/or mental health providers, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) medications, urinalysis and recovery supports.

The funding will be available for the periods of SFY 2020 - July 1, 2019, through June 30, 2020, and SFY 2021 - July 1, 2020, through June 30, 2021. Please note: Funds supporting this project are granted based on an estimate of state and federal funds for mental health and addiction services in Ohio. Should funding be reduced below an estimated level, the amount of funding may be reduced or terminated per written notice to the applicant by OhioMHAS.

The RFAs, Project Application, and Allowable Costs list are posted on the Ohio MHAS website: https://mha.ohio.gov/Schools-and-Communities/Funding-Opportunities

Application Due Date:

This solicitation will remain open until all available funds have been awarded. All applications and accompanying documentation must be submitted via email at specialized.docket@mha.ohio.gov.

Questions and Answers:

All prospective applicants must submit their questions and answers in writing to specialized.docket@mha.ohio.gov no later than November 14, 2019.

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FY2020 RFA State Opioid Response (SOR) Ohio Projects

FY2020 RFA State Opioid Response (SOR) Ohio Projects

  • SOR Project Ohio Opioid Response Continuum Grant for: Treatment of Members of the African American, Hispanic/Latino American and other Minority Communities
    (MHA-FY20-ComPln-SOR-AA-Hispanic-Min-02) - $12 Million
  • SOR Project Ohio Opiate Response Grant Opportunities for Increasing Access and Services to High Risk Families (MHA-FY20-ComPln-SOR-High Risk Families-03) - $16 Million

While the focus population for both grants is African American, Hispanic/Latino American, and other minority adolescents and adults with a primary or secondary diagnosis of opioid use disorder or those with a documented history of opiate related overdose these funds may be used for any family with a primary or secondary diagnosis of opioid use disorder or those with a documented history of opiate related overdose. Eligible applicants are Alcohol, Drug, Addiction, and Mental Health (ADAMH) Boards or joint applications from ADAMH Boards in partnership with the community members identified in the RFA. OhioMHAS will be hosting two technical assistance calls to answer questions related to both grants.

For additional information and to read the Requests for Applications please click the buttons below to view details.

The SOR Project Ohio Opiate Response Continuum Grant for Treatment for Members of the African American, Hispanic/Latino American, and other Minority Communities MHA-FY20-ComPln-SOR-AA-Hispanic-Min-02 has made approximately $12 million dollars available through September 30, 2020 to provide funding for programs and projects that will increase access to treatment and recovery supports for African American, Hispanic/Latino American, and other minority community members with a primary or secondary diagnosis of opioid use disorder or those with a documented history of opiate related overdose.

 

RFA Questions and Updates

  • The RFA, accompanying documents and all questions and answers will be posted on the OhioMHAS website at: https://mha.ohio.gov/FundingOpportunities.
  • All questions must be submitted electronically no later than by 5:30PM EDT September 17, 2019 to OhioMHAS at: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov . An information webinar series will be scheduled and announced at https://mha.ohio.gov/FundingOpportunities
  • Two technical assistance calls will be available for question and answers on:
  • No questions will be answered after the deadline. You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS staff member directly with questions regarding this RFA. Contacting staff directly with questions could result in disqualification of an application.  
  • Responses to all questions (FAQ) will be posted to the OhioMHAS website at https://mha.ohio.gov/FundingOpportunities and will be updated frequently.  

Application Submission

  • All applications must be submitted electronically to: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov by September 20, at 5:30PM EDT. No faxed, mailed or hand carried applications will be accepted. 
  • No faxed, mailed or hand carried applications will be accepted.  

Award

  • Awards are expected to be announced September 30th, 2019 for project implementation to begin October 1, 2019

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The SOR Project Ohio Opiate Response Grant Opportunities for Increasing Access and Services to High Risk Families MHA-FY20-ComPln-SOR-High Risk Families-03 has made approximately $16 million dollars available through September 30, 2020 to partner with local ADAMH Boards to provide funding for programs and projects that will increase access to treatment and recovery supports for the focus population with a primary or secondary diagnosis of opioid use disorder or those with a documented history of opiate related overdose. The families eligible for the proposed services are those engaged in the child welfare, family court, foster care system and criminal justice systems; including special dockets.

RFA Questions and Updates

  • The RFA, accompanying documents and all questions and answers will be posted on the OhioMHAS website at: https://mha.ohio.gov/FundingOpportunities.
  • All questions must be submitted electronically no later than by 5:30PM EDT September 17, 2019 to OhioMHAS at: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov . An information webinar series will be scheduled and announced at https://mha.ohio.gov/FundingOpportunities
  • Two technical assistance calls will be available for question and answers on:
  • No questions will be answered after the deadline. You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS staff member directly with questions regarding this RFA. Contacting staff directly with questions could result in disqualification of an application.  
  • Responses to all questions (FAQ) will be posted to the OhioMHAS website at https://mha.ohio.gov/FundingOpportunities and will be updated frequently.  

Application Submission

  • All applications must be submitted electronically to: SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov by September 20, at 5:30PM EDT. No faxed, mailed or hand carried applications will be accepted. 
  • No faxed, mailed or hand carried applications will be accepted.  

Award

  • Awards are expected to be announced September 30th, 2019 for project implementation to begin October 1, 2019

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FY2020 RFA Medical Residency Expert Waiver Trainer
(MHA-FY20-MedResidencyWaiverTRN-04)

FY2020 RFA Medical Residency Expert Waiver Trainer (MHA-FY20-MedResidencyWaiverTRN-04)

Ohio’s Opioid State Targeted Response (STR) Project goals focus on building a community system of care (prevention, early intervention, treatment and recovery support) that emphasizes service integration between physical health care, emergency health care, behavioral health care, criminal justice, and child welfare. Strategies and activities undertaken for this effort build upon Ohio’s on-going efforts to address the opioid epidemic and are designed to reduce overdose deaths and enhance the ability of individuals with opioid use disorder to receive treatment using evidence-based approaches. This focus represents a high-impact opportunity to strengthen Ohio’s comprehensive response to the state’s opioid issues.

In year two of the CURES STR grant, OhioMHAS funded six medical residency programs that provided approval of two independent waiver trainers in each residency program and a total of twelve residency MAT trainings. These programs are self-sustainable with the ability to provide MAT waiver trainings for the residency program as well as the community.

OhioMHAS seeks to partner with ten (10) hospitals with active and accredited residency programs across Ohio to provide DEA DATA 2000 Waiver trainings for resident physicians and physicians in Ohio. The awardee will have two of their waivered physicians engage with Providers Clinical Support System (PCSS) to complete PCSS requirements to become a Course Instructor for MAT Waiver Training. The hospital will then sponsor two (2) MAT Waiver Trainings at their facility for physicians and resident physicians both at their hospital and/or from other areas in the grant year. The awardee will provide general course management and oversight, as well as CME tracking and provision.

Proposal Submission

  • All proposals must be submitted electronically to: CURESTREATMENT@mha.ohio.govby Friday, August 09th, 2019 at 5:30PM EDT.
  • No faxed, mailed or hand carried applications will be accepted.

Award

  • Awards are expected to be announced in August for project implementation to begin no later than August 16th, 2019.
  • All state fiscal year 2019 funds should be obligated by April 30, 2020.

RFA Questions and Updates

  • The RFA, accompanying documents and all questions and answers will be posted on the OhioMHAS website at : https://mha.ohio.gov/FundingOpportunities
  • All questions must be submitted electronically no later than Friday, August 2nd, 2019 by 5:30PM EDT to OhioMHAS at: CURESTREATMENT@mha.ohio.gov
  • No questions will be answered after the deadline. You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS staff member directly with questions regarding this RFA. Contacting staff directly with questions regarding this RFA. Contacting staff directly with questions could result in disqualification of a proposal.
  • Responses to all frequently asked questions (FAQ) will be posted to the OhioMHAS website at  https://mha.ohio.gov/FundingOpportunities and will be updated frequently.

Documents:

FY2020 - Emergency Department CURES Grant RFA MHA-19-MEDDIR-EmerDep-45-2

As part of the 21st Century CURES Act, OhioMHAS will fund case management positions in up four additional hospital emergency department settings to coordinate clinical care for persons with substance use disorders including opioid use disorders (SUD/OUD). Case managers will engage behavioral health physicians, primary care physicians, or physician specialists (e.g., obstetric/gynecological) to provide interim medication assisted treatment (MAT) if immediate entrance to an office-based opioid treatment program (OBOT), opioid treatment program (OTP), or residential program offering MAT is not available. Case managers will follow up with patients and treatment programs to monitor whether there is follow-through with treatment. Please click here to apply. The deadline for submission of all proposals is Friday, July 12, 2019 by 5:30pm EST.

RFA Questions and Updates

  • The Request for Proposal, accompanying documents and all questions and answers will be posted on the OhioMHAS website at:  http://mha.ohio.gov/Default.aspx?tabid=725
  • All questions must be submitted electronically no later than Monday, July 5, 2019 by 5:30PM to OhioMHAS at:  CURESTREATMENT@mha.ohio.gov
  • No questions will be answered after the deadline. You may NOT contact any OhioMHAS staff member directly with questions regarding this RFA. Contacting staff directly with questions could result in disqualification of an application.
  • Responses to all frequently asked questions (FAQ) will be posted to the OhioMHAS website at http://mha.ohio.gov/Default.aspx?tabid=725 and will be updated frequently.'

Application Submission

 

  • All applications must be submitted electronically to:  CURESTREATMENT@mha.ohio.gov by Friday, July 12, 2019 at 5:30PM EDT.
  • No faxed, mailed or hand carried applications will be accepted.

Award - Awards are expected to be announced in July for project implementation to begin no later than August 1, 2019

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Early Childhood Sexual Abuse Prevention

The Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) is accepting proposals to develop, implement and/or sustain evidence-based or evidence-informed practices to prevent child sexual abuse (CSA); and provide effective early intervention and trauma-based treatment services to young victims between the ages 0 - 8 of child sexual abuse (CSA). The purpose of the FY2020 Child Sexual Abuse Prevention and Early Intervention Projects is to further align Ohio’s Early Childhood Mental Health Services with statewide initiatives including ENGAE 2.0, Strong Families Safe Community Initiative, Ohio Start, Step-up to Quality Early Learning and Education Goals, Home Visiting and Early Intervention Services.

Application Submission

Applications need to be submitted on or before May 31st by 11:59pm.

All questions need to be submitted to the following link: MHAS-ECWorkforce@mha.ohio.gov

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