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Youth Substance Abuse Prevention in Estacada and Sandy, Oregon

Grants to Oregon Nonprofits, Schools, and Agencies
in Eligible Regions to Prevent Substance Abuse

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Clackamas County Health - Housing and Human Services Department - Children, Family and Community Connections Division

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03/02/20 Noon


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Grants to Oregon nonprofit and faith-based organizations, schools, drug prevention coalitions, and other public entities in eligible regions for programs related to substance use and abuse. Funding is intended to support programs that help to prevent youth exposure to and early onset of substance use with an emphasis on alcohol and marijuana. Eligible programs must benefit youth, ages 9-20, in the communities of Estacada and Sandy, Oregon.

Grantees will propose a collective impact model using the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) to affect positive change based on local conditions contributing to youth risk factors. Successful applicants will use the SPF planning model in Estacada and Sandy to advance the following 6 goals:

  1. Prevent onset and reducing the progression of substance abuse;
  2. Reduce substance abuse-related problems;
  3. Strengthen prevention capacity/infrastructure at the community level;
  4. Leverage other funding streams and resources for prevention;
  5. Implement a comprehensive prevention approach, including a mix of evidence-based programs, policies, and/or practices that best address the selected prevention priorities; and
  6. Identify technical assistance and training needs for the development of responsive activities.

For additional information about the Strategic Prevention Framework, see:

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 188152

Estimated Size of Grant:

Applicants may apply for up to $60,000 per year. Applicants that demonstrate capacity to serve both Estacada and Sandy may apply up to $120,000 per year ($60,000 for each community).

Term of Contract:

The anticipated start date for funding agreements is April 1, 2020. Funding may potentially continue through September 2024, depending upon satisfactory performance and continuing availability of funding from SAMHSA.

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

Nonprofit organizations, schools, drug prevention coalitions, faith-based organizations, or other public entities serving the communities of Estacada and Sandy, Oregon, are eligible to apply. Projects must address the goals identified above and result in positive, measurable outcomes for residents in each community.

Successful applicants will meet the following criteria:
- Demonstrate capacity and willingness to use the Strategic Prevention Framework to plan and implement prevention strategies based on the CSAP Six Strategies for Community Change to serve a variety of Clackamas County populations, including, but not limited to those who are English language learners, low income, or other historically underserved populations;
- Ability to recruit, hire, and supervise full-time prevention specialists in the communities of Estacada and Sandy within 60 days of receipt of funding. The prevention specialists will form local coalitionsin each community, conduct community engagement and outreach, convening meetings and workshops with key stakeholders, community members and services providers, lead a process of community assessment, and guide coalition decisions on project activities to be implemented.
- Able and willing to report outputs and outcomes of project implementation over the funding period.
- Must possess a DUNS number, obtained for free at and must be registered in the federal system for award management database at Applicants currently disbarred or suspended from receiving federal funds will not be considered.

Funding to individuals is not allowed.

Pre-Application Information:

Completed applications are due Monday, March 2, 2020 by noon.

Award decisions are expected to be made on this opportunity by March 16, 2020.

Questions about this funding opportunity must be directed in writing to Stephanie Radford. Responses will be posted weekly as FAQs at Questions received after February 24 will not receive a response.

Contact Information:

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

Submit applications to Stephanie Radford at

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Geographic Focus:

USA: Oregon: Estacada and Sandy

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