SAPTA Grants


State of Nevada Behavioral Health Funding Allocations

FY 2020-2021 Draft Combined Version of the Block Grant Application

Click here to download the FY 2020-2021 Draft Version of the Combined Block Grant Application.  This is a large file and may take several moments to download.

 

Please submit all public comments/questions for the State's Draft Version of the Combined Block Grant Application and Section 1926 Tobacco to Joan Waldock (jwaldock@health.nv.gov) by August 23, 2019.

    Community Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agency (SAPTA) Services Block Grant - Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2020-2021

    Click here to download the Community Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agency (SAPTA) Services Block Grant - Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2020-2021.

     

     

    The SAPTA administers programs and activities that provide community-based prevention and treatment.  The SAPTA grant(s) provide Nevada service agencies with a degree of flexibility to design and implement substance use and co-occurring related services and activities to address the complex needs of individuals, families, and communities SUD specific to our population as defined by the SAPTA Strategic Plan.  Any applicant who wants to be considered for funding under the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Services Block Grant (SAPTA BG) or State Opioid Response Grant (SOR) must submit an application in compliance with this NOFA, pursuant to Code of Federal Regulations (CFR 200.318).  This includes any applicant that is currently receiving SAPTA or SOR funds that may want to request a continuation of that fundingDeadline for Submittal:  June 29, 2020.

     

    In order to ensure that the block grant program or other federally funded activities continue to support the needed and necessary services for the identified Nevada target population(s), SAMHSA has indicated that SAPTA may use grants:

     

    1. To fund priority treatment and support services for individuals without insurance, underinsured or for whom coverage is terminated for short periods of time; 
       
    1. To fund those priority treatment and support services not covered by Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), Medicaid, Medicare, or private insurance for low-income individuals and that demonstrate success in improving outcomes and/or supporting recovery; and
       
    2. To collect performance and outcome data for mental health and substance use, determine the ongoing effectiveness of promotion, treatment and supportive services and to plan the implementation of new services.

    Target Population

    Nevada’s NOFA focuses on the following target populations.  All grant applications must identify at least one of the following target populations.

     

    • Pregnant Women and/or Women with dependent children
    • Youth and Adolescents, including the transitional youth population (TAY)
    • Individuals (Adults) with co-occurring M/SUD
    • Intravenous drug user (individuals who inject drugs)
    • Those who are involved with the criminal justice system

     

    Community Mental Health Services Block Grant- Notice of Funding Opportunity for Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2020-2021

    Click here to download the Division of Public and Behavioral Health Mental Health Block Grant - Notice of Funding Announcement FFY 2020-2021


    Purpose: 

     

    The MHBG provides Nevada and mental health service agencies with a degree of flexibility to design and implement mental health related services and activities to address the complex needs of individuals, families, and communities with SMI and children with SED specific to our population.  The purpose of the block grant program is to support these services.

    In order to ensure that the block grant program continues to support the needed and necessary services for the identified target population(s), SAMHSA has indicated that Nevada may use block grants:

    1. To fund priority treatment and support services for individuals without insurance, underinsured or for whom coverage is terminated for short periods of time; 
    1. To fund those priority treatment and support services not covered by Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), Medicaid, Medicare, or private insurance for low-income individuals and that demonstrate success in improving outcomes and/or supporting recovery; and
    1. To collect performance and outcome data for mental health and substance use, determine the ongoing effectiveness of promotion, treatment and supportive services and to plan the implementation of new services.

    Target Population:


    Nevada’s NOFO focuses on the following target populations.  All grant applications must identify at least one of the following target populations.

    • Children with SED and their families (Age 0-17)
    • Adults with SMI (Age 18-64)
    • Older Adults with SMI (65 years or older)
    • Individuals with SMI or SED in the rural and homeless populations

    Request for Applications (RFA) #A2020: Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) for First Episode of Psychosis, Washoe County, NV - Start Date July 1, 2020

    Click here to download the Request for Applications (RFA) #A2020:  Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) for First Episode of Psychosis


    Purpose of Request for Applications (RFA) for NAVIGATE Program for First Episode of Psychosis:  Nevada Department of Health and Human Services recognizes the importance of building a statewide evidence-based program of interventions to treat early-stage serious mental illness (ESMI) that involves psychotic disorders.  The clinical program outlined in the Scope of Work for this Request for Applications (RFA) will be physically located in the Washoe Behavioral Health Region, which includes all of Washoe County, and will serve individuals who are experiencing a first episode of psychosis (FEP). 


    Objectives of this RFA:  The objective of this RFA is to identify one applicant in the Washoe Behavioral Health Region, Washoe County, who meets the criteria for implementing the evidence-based NAVIGATE Program for First Episode of Psychosis. 

      Request for Applications (RFA) # A0002: Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) for First Episode of Psychosis - Start Date January 1, 2020

      Click here to download the Request for Applications (RFA) # A0002: Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) for First Episode of Psychosis

       

      Purpose of Request for Applications (RFA) for NAVIGATE Program for First Episode of PsychosisNevada Department of Health and Human Services recognizes the importance of building a statewide evidence-based program of interventions to treat early-stage serious mental illness (ESMI) that involves psychotic disorders.  The clinical programs outlined in the Scope of Work for this Request for Applications (RFA) will be physically located in Washoe and Clark County, and will serve individuals who are experiencing a first episode of psychosis (FEP).

      Objectives of this RFAThe objective of this RFA is to identify up to two (2) applicants, one per region, who can meet the criteria for implementing the evidence-based NAVIGATE Program for First Episode of Psychosis. 

      Request for Proposals (RFP 2018-P)

      Funding for Primary Prevention of the Use/Misuse of Alcohol, Tobacco, Licit, and Illicit Drugs

      FY 2019 - 2020 Women's Services Funding Opportunity Announcement

      The primary providers selected for the 2019-2020 Women’s Set-Aside Funding are as follows:
      Southern Nevada

      West Care

      Northern Nevada
      The Life Change Center

      Rural / Frontier Nevada
      New Frontier Treatment Center

      Request for Applications (RFA) for Assertive Community Treatment Teams

      Assertive Community Treatment Team Notice of Intent to Release Funding

      Adolescent and Transitional Age Youth Funding Opportunity Announcement January 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019

      Webinar for the Integrated Opioid Treatment and Recovery Center Request For Application 2017-2018

      The informational webinar session was conducted on Monday, October 9th, 2017 from 1:00pm - 2:00pm  which provided an overview of the Integrated Opioid Treatment and Recovery Center (IOTRC) Request for Application (RFA) and allowed for a question and answer segment. The slides from the informational webinar session are posted below. The question and answer segment will be forthcoming.

      Integrated Opioid Treatment and Recovery Center Request for Application 2017-2018

      Request for Qualifications

      FY 2016-17 Block Grant

      Click here to view the FY 2016-17 Block Grant Application, Community Mental Health Services Plan and Report, Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Plan and Report.  You will be redirected to WebBGAS.

        Once on WebBGAS, enter your login name and password.

        If you are a member of the public, the login name is citizennv and the password is citizen. 

        After you log in, click on "view existing application/FY16/17 Combined Behavioral Health Assessment and Planning Grant/View Application." 

          Annual Synar Reports (ASR)

          The Annual Synar Report (ASR) format provides the means for States to comply with the reporting provisions of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. 300x-26) and the Tobacco Regulation for the SAPT Block Grant (45 C.F.R. 96.130 (e)).

          Send Public Comments

          Members of the public who wish to comment on the SAPTA/Mental Health Block Grant or on the Annual Synar Report may do so by filling out the form here.