Tribal and Urban Indian Community-Defined Best Practices Program

The Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) is releasing a Request for Applications (RFA) to meet the opioid use disorder (OUD) and substance use disorder (SUD) needs of California’s tribal and urban Indian communities. A component of the Tribal Medication-Assisted Treatment (TMAT) project, the Tribal and Urban Indian Community-Defined Best Practices program will support best-practice knowledge exchange for the enhancement of services for the prevention and treatment of, and recovery from, OUD and other co-occurring SUDs in tribal and urban Indian communities. Tribal entities may apply to receive up to $150,000 from May 1, 2023, through May 31, 2024, to support the identification of cultural and traditional healing and recovery practices and their integration into developing or existing tribal and urban Indian health programs for substance use prevention, treatment, and recovery services.

A webinar for interested applicants was held on February 14, 2023. A recording of the webinar and the presentation slides are available on the MAT Access Points Project Website.

Applications are due Wednesday, March 8, 2023 at 5:00 p.m. PST.

Application Information:

Send questions and inquiries related to this funding opportunity to mataccesspoints@shfcenter.org with the subject line: TUICDBP RFA Question.

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