Stimulant Use Prevention and Treatment in Communities of Color

This funding opportunity is part of the California MAT Access Points Project. The MAT Access Points Project funds organizations throughout California to address opioid and stimulant use disorder by supporting and expanding prevention, education, stigma reduction, harm reduction, treatment, and recovery services. This opportunity will support prevention and treatment programs addressing stimulant use in communities of color, particularly Black, American Indian and Alaska Native, and Hispanic/Latino, which have been disproportionately impacted by the War on Drugs and have experienced substantial stimulant-related overdose deaths. Activities implemented through this funding opportunity should focus on 1) increased access to stimulant use prevention services for and within communities of color or 2) increased access to stimulant use treatment services for and within communities of color. Eligible organization can apply for up to $100,000 for prevention activities or up to $250,000 for treatment activities. Send questions related to this funding opportunity to with the subject line “Stimulant Use RFA Question”.

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