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West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources:

The Bureau for Behavioral Health and Health Facilities (BBHHF) seeks to expand the capacity of recovery resources for adults in educational environments to promote wellbeing which will maximize their chances of being successful and thus, adding to the workforce in West Virginia.

BBHHF is soliciting applications from institutions of higher education to initiate a collegiate recovery initiative on campus with the goals of providing recovery support for individuals in the learning environment. The application must detail a plan to provide recovery support services on campus and a plan of sustainability after this one-time funding. The application must specify how the program will promote and support all pathways to recovery, including Medication Assisted Treatment. A maximum of $20,000.00 is available per site, which may include personnel, supplies, training, and other specific costs. This funding is for new or existing sites. Funding for these initiatives will be awarded based on accepted proposals that meet all the required criteria contained within this document Total Funding Per Site: $20,000.00

KEY DATES Letter of Intent Deadline:  NA Application Deadline:  June 8, 2018, COB 5:00 PM Funding Announcement(s) To Be Made: Details to follow Funding Amount Available:  $20,000 per site up to 5 sites Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) will be posted on this site in response to questions written submitted to DHHRBHHFAnnouncement@wv.gov.

For complete information visit AFA 4-2018-SA  Collegiate Recovery

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