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Community Led Youth Resilience and Prevention Efforts Subgrant Application

The purpose of the Community Led Youth Resilience and Prevention Efforts subgrant is to support local communities in their efforts to reduce adolescent substance use. Eligible opportunities for funding must be community-led initiatives to make environmental and policy changes that address community specific need, as well as to support the implementation of evidence-based substance use prevention programs. These projects must directly address alcohol, marijuana, and/or methamphetamine use. The maximum amount of funding available is $5,000 for Environmental Projects, $1,250 for professional development, and $3,500 for 3rd Millennium and Policy Projects. Projects designated as “Other” may make funding requests of up to $3,000.
 
Funds for this opportunity are available to schools, organizations, and youth-serving professionals, serving residents of Idaho's Health District 3 region: Adams, Canyon, Gem, Owyhee, Payette, and Washington Counties. Funded projects will be selected based on number of applications received, funding availability, and program priorities. Applicants who serve rural or frontier designated regions, Idaho’s Hispanic/Latinx population, and veterans will receive greater consideration in the application scoring process. Applications that prioritize these populations will receive higher priority in the scoring process due to the increased risk factors associated with living in rural areas and/or being a minority population.
 
If applicants are current recipients of the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant (SABG) funded through the Office of Drug Policy, they must not request funds to supplement or support their SABG project. Funds must be used separately and may not be commingled. Funds may not supplant any other local, state, or federal funds.

If applicants are current recipients of local, state, or federal funds, they must not request funds to supplement or support funded projects. Funds must be used separately and may not be commingled. Funds may not supplant any other local, state, or federal funds.


Please read the Subgrant Solicitation document prior to applying. 

The priority deadline for applications is Friday October 17, 2022 at 5 PM (MT). Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as funding is available.

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