U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
200 Independence Ave. S.W.
Washington, DC 20201
Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grants
The following grants have been awarded to implement community-based programs for substance abuse prevention, mental health promotion and mental illness prevention. Each received $2.1 million, unless otherwise noted.
* Cook Inlet Tribe Council Inc., Anchorage, Alaska, $1.6 million.
* American Samoa Government, Pago Pago, $1.3 million.
* Native American Health Center Inc., Oakland, Calif., $1.4 million.
* Georgia Department of Human Resources, Atlanta.
* Office of the Governor, Honolulu.
* Office of the Governor, Topeka, Kan.
* Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston.
* Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa, Peshawbestown, Mich., $500,000.
* Office of the Governor, Jackson, Miss.
* Office of the Governor, Lincoln, Neb.
* Office of the Governor, Trenton, N.J.
* The Cherokee Nation, Trenton, N.J.
* Pennsylvania Department of Health, Harrisburg.
* Utah Department of Human Services, Salt Lake City.
* Great Lakes Intertribal Council, Lac du Flambeau, Wis., $1.1 million.
* Office of the Governor, Madison, Wis.
State-Sponsored Youth Suicide Prevention and Early Intervention Grants
Note: All grants are $400,000.
* Tohono O’odham Nation, Sells, Ariz., for a public-private partnership to address risk factors of youth suicide.
* Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Denver, for a public awareness campaign and training initiative to help youth and adults recognize warning signs of suicide.
* Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Frankfort, to raise awareness, enhance effective interventions and use research to reduce youth suicides.
* White Mountain Apache Tribe, White River, Ariz., to implement a suicide-prevention approach.
* Michigan Department of Community Health, Lansing, to expand suicide-prevention efforts in the state.
* North Dakota Department of Health, Bismarck, to reduce the youth suicide mortality rate in high-risk areas of the state.
* Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Fort Yates, N.D., to implement a comprehensive tribal youth suicide-prevention plan.
* Ohio State University Research Foundation, Columbus, Ohio, to assist state suicide-prevention programs with training to initiate culturally competent approaches to early intervention.
* State of South Dakota, Pierre, for programs targeting youth between the ages of 14 and 24.
* Washington State Department of Health, Olympia, to reduce suicides among high-risk youth populations, particularly Native American youth.
* West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, Charleston, for a mobile quick-response team and awareness training for students, faculty and staff about the signs and symptoms of suicidal behavior.
* State of Wyoming, Cheyenne, to reduce the suicide rate among youth, particularly Native Americans.
Child Mental Health Services Grants
All grants are for $1 million.
* Pascua Yaqui Tribe, Tucson, Ariz., to develop a tribal system of caring for children with severe emotional disturbances.
* Iowa State Department of Human Services, Des Moines, for the Northeast Iowa Child Mental Health Initiative’s effort to create a wraparound approach to community-based services.
* Polk County, Crookston, Minn., for the Our Children Succeed Initiative, a collaboration of six rural counties in northwestern Minnesota.
* Mississippi State Department of Mental Health, Jackson, to work with the Pine Belt System of Care project, which offers individualized care for children with serious emotional disturbances.
U.S. Bureau of Justice Assistance
810 Seventh St. NW, Fourth Floor
Washington, DC 20531
Gang Resistance Education and Training (G.R.E.A.T.) Grants
Grantees operate school-based, law enforcement officer-instructed classroom curricula.
* City of Birmingham, Ala., $250,000.
* Russell County, Ala., $52,643.
* North Little Rock Police Department, Ark., $140,080.
* City of Phoenix, $250,000.
* Tucson Police Department, Ariz., $238,481.
* Bakersfield Police Department, Calif., $206,864.
* City of Banning, Calif., $131,136.
* City of East Palo Alto, Calif., $145,894.
* City of Greenfield and Greenfield Police, Calif., $7,322.
* City of Los Angeles, $250,000.
* Modesto Police Department, Calif., $250,000.
* Newark Police Department, Calif., $40,000.
* City of Sacramento, Calif., $146,899.
* City of Salinas, Calif., $20,488.
* City of West Covina, Calif., $140,771.
* Colusa County Sheriff’s Office, Calif., $94,337.
* Kings County, Calif., $100,326.
* Riverside County, Calif., $54,500.
* Hawthorne Police Department, Calif., $45,409.
* Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, $60,000.
* Pomona Police Department, Calif., $249,684.
* San Bernardino County, Calif., $237,313.
* Tulare County Board of Supervisors, Calif., $249,820.
* City of Greeley, Colo., $92,490.
* City of Bridgeport, Conn., $139,050.
* Hartford Police Department, Conn., $60,000.
* Brevard County Board of County Commissioners, Fla., $80,000.
* City of Apalachicola, Fla., $19,680.
* City of Hollywood, Fla., $250,000.
* City of North Miami Beach, Fla., $31,535.
* Lake County Sheriff’s Office, Fla., $31,792.
* Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Fla., $250,000.
* School Board of Miami-Dade County, Fla., $250,000.
* Americus Police Department, Ga., $79,787.
* City of Cordele, Ga., $45,388.
* City of Hinesville, Ga., $35,367.
* Clayton County Public Schools, Ga., $250,000.
* Dougherty County, Ga., $42,960.
* Tattnall County Sheriff’s Office, Ga., $13,991.
* Thomasville Police Department, Ga., $29,345.
* City and County of Honolulu, $134,817.
* Kauai County, Hawaii, $42,499.
* Sixth Judicial District Department of Correctional Services, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, $98,891.
* Bradley Police Department, Ill., $39,933.
* City of Carbondale, Ill., $98,092.
* Carol Stream Police Department, Ill., $20,902.82.
* City of Kankakee, Ill., $25,095.
* Cook County Sheriff’s Department, Ill., $143,245.
* Kankakee County, Ill., $58,395.
* Villa Park Police Department, Ill., $8,003.
* Village of Dwight, Ill., $10,375.
* Village of Glendale Heights, Ill., $37,834.
* Village of Lansing Police Department, Ill., $23,050.
* City of Indianapolis, $250,000.
* South Bend Police Department, Ind., $60,000.
* Delaware County Government, Ind., $31,300.
* Pike Township School Building Corp., Ind., $48,671.
* Town of Highland, Ind., $8,100.
* City of Topeka, Kan., $58,345.
* Wichita Police Department, Kan., $96,158.
* Pulaski County Fiscal Court, Ky., $92,700.
* City of Boston, $250,000.
* City of Brockton, Mass., $60,000.
* Fall River Police Department, Mass., $46,000.
* Malden Police Department, Mass., $63,143.
* New Bedford Police Department, Mass., $94,935.
* Town of Wakefield, Mass., $83,325.
* City of Frederick, Md., $9,100.
* Detroit Police Department, $250,000.
* Marquette County, Mich., $150,022.
* Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office, Mich., $210,004.
* City of Crookston, Minn., $18,218.
* ISD 704 Proctor Public Schools, Minn., $6,523.
* Warroad Police Department, Minn., $23,500.
* White Earth Band of Chippewa, Minn., $168,583.
* City of St. Louis, $249,901.
* Harrison County Sheriff’s Department, Miss., $52,066.
* Hinds County Board of Supervisors, Miss., $95,907.
* Lee County Sheriff’s Department, Miss., $61,754.
* The Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Vicksburg, Miss., $50,310.
* City of Durham, N.C., $78,354.
* Cumberland County, N.C., $135,000.
* Durham County Government, N.C., $46,461.
* Rockingham County, N.C., $9,329.
* Salisbury City, N.C., $11,000.
* City of Columbus, Neb., $26,326.
* City of Grand Island, Neb., $31,890.
* City of Omaha, Neb., $60,000.
* Nebraska State Patrol, Lincoln, $18,190.
* Sarpy County Sheriff’s Office, Neb., $115,318.
* City of Trenton, N.J., $38,300.
* Union Township Police Department, N.J., $91,112.
* Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Department, N.M., $62,900.
* Rio Rancho Department of Public Safety, N.M., $99,915.
* City of North Las Vegas Police Department, $40,346.
* Lyon County Police Department, Nev., $46,157.
* City of Buffalo, N.Y., $21,600.
* City of Syracuse, N.Y., $158,572.
* Village of Hempstead, N.Y., $38,543.
* Nassau County Police Department, N.Y., $153,990.
* City of Eastlake, Ohio, $40,076.
* City of Warrensville Heights, Ohio, $250,000.
* Coldwater Police Department, Ohio, $4,622.
* City of Toledo, Ohio, $125,434.
* Mayes County Sheriff’s Department, Okla., $250,000.
* City of Hillsboro Police Department, Ore., $25,046.
* City of Portland, Ore., $250,000.
* City of Tigard, Ore., $205,796.
* City of Bethlehem, Pa., $68,360.
* City of Harrisburg Bureau of Police, Pa., $225,000.
* Philadelphia Police Department, $250,000.
* City of Scranton, Pa., $27,130.
* City of York, Pa., $150,000.
* Philadelphia Housing Authority, $150,000.
* City of Spartanburg, S.C., $21,890.
* Richland County, S.C., $33,534.
* City of Clarksville, Tenn., $56,538,
* City of Memphis, Tenn., $215,992.
* Metropolitan Government of Nashville, Tenn., and Davidson County, S.C., $250,000.
* Allied Independent School District Police Department, Texas, $250,000.
* City of DeSoto, Texas, $5,245.
* Garland Police Department, Texas, $165,483.
* City of Jacksboro, Texas, $10,435.
* City of Rowlett, Texas, $98,500.
* City of Temple, Texas, $14,489.
* County of Harris, Constable Precinct Seven, Texas, $196,510.
* County of Harris, Constable Precinct Five, Texas, $63,282.
* Webb County, Texas, $250,000.
* South Salt Lake City, $131,588.
* Albemarle County, Va., $43,640.
* City of Newport News, Va., $122,974.
* Petersburg Commonwealth’s Attorney, Va., $131,665.
* City of Richmond, Va., $60,000.
* City of Lakewood, Wash., $216,806.
* City of Yakima, Wash., $250,000.
* Lummi Nation of Washington, $100,000.
* City of La Crosse, Wis., $166,315.
* City of Menasha, Wis., $54,341.
* Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin, $15,439,
* Menasha Police Department, Wis., $54,291.
U.S. Office of National Drug Control Policy
P.O. Box 6000
Rockville, MD 20849
Drug-Free Communities Grants
Each grant is for $100,000, unless otherwise noted.
* Valdez Youth Awareness Coalition, Valdez, Alaska.
* West Anniston Foundation, Ala.
* Partnership for a Drug-Free Dekalb County, Fort Payne, Ala., $75,000.
* Williams Unified School District, Williams, Ariz.
* Advocates for Positive Choices, Prescott, Ariz.
* American Indian Prevention Coalition, Phoenix.
* TERROS Inc., Phoenix.
* San Diego Tijuana Border Initiative, San Diego.
* Community Recovery Resources, Grass Valley, Calif.
* Imperial County Office of Education, El Centro, Calif.
* Jefferson Union High School District, Daly City, Calif.
* Butte County, Chico, Calif.
* Mendocino County Department of Public Health, Ukiah, Calif.
* Ledge Light Health District, Groton, Conn.
* Local Prevention Council, Old Saybrook, Conn.
* Town of Putnam, Conn., $41,078.
* University of Delaware, Newark, Del.
* Suwannee Valley Youth Advocacy Partnership, Live Oak, Fla.
* Boys & Girls Club of Lake and Sumter Counties, Yalaha, Fla.
* Alpha Education and Leadership Foundation, Panama City, Fla.
* Clay Behavioral Health Center, Green Cove Springs, Fla.
* Substance Abuse Coalition of Collier County, Naples, Fla.
* Council of Church-Based Health Programs, Marianna, Fla.
* St. Luke’s Health Care Foundation, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
* Great River Alcohol Drug Education Alliance, West Burlington, Iowa.
* Project Oz, Bloomington, Ill.
* Coordinated Youth and Human Services, Granite City, Ill., $91,000.
* Franklin Williamson Human Services, Marion, Ill.
* Jefferson County Board, Mt. Vernon, Ill.
* Boys & Girls Club of Adams County, Decateur, Ind.
* Geminus Corp., Merrillville, Ind.
* Hoosier Uplands Economic Development Corp., Mitchell, Ind.
* Dearborn County Government, Lawrenceburg, Ind.
* Communities in Schools of Harvey County, Newton, Kan.
* Bell County Fiscal Court, Pineville, Ky.
* Save Our Kids Coalition, Bowling Green, Ky.
* Hancock County Fiscal Court, Lewisport, Ky.
* Knox County UNITE Coalition, Barbourville, Ky.
* Community Against Substance Abuse, Winthrop, Mass.
* Northern Berkshire Community Coalition, North Adams, Mass.
* Plymouth Public Schools, Mass.
* Town of Weymouth, Mass.
* Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston, Charlestown, Mass.
* City of Melrose, Mass.
* First Step, Cockeysville, Md.
* Kent County Commissioners, Chestertown, Md.
* College of Southern Maryland, White Plains, Md.
* Eaton Intermediate School District, Charlotte, Mich.
* Circle of Health Partnership, Midland, Mich.
* Berrien County Health Department, Benton Harbor, Mich.
* Hopkins School District #270, Hopkins, Minn.
* ACT Missouri, Kansas City, Mo.
* Warren Yazoo Mental Health Service, Yazoo, Miss.
* DREAM of Hattiesburg, Miss., $85,148.
* Partnership for a Healthy Scott County, Forest, Miss.
* Flathead Valley Chemical Dependency Clinic, Kalispell, Mont.
* Community Connections of Lincoln County, North Platt, Neb.
* Panhandle Partnership for Health and Human Services, Chadron, Neb.
* People United for Families, Nebraska City, Neb.
* United Way of Merrimack County, Concord, N.H.
* BEST Coalition Corp., Las Vegas.
* Larchmont-Mamaroneck Narcotics Guidance, Mamaroneck, N.Y., $92,833.
* Family and Community Services, Eastchester, N.Y.
* Southampton Union Free School District, N.Y.
* Long Island Network Community Services, Huntington Station, N.Y.
* Family of Woodstock, Kingston, N.Y.
* Westchester County Office of Drug Prevention, Tarrytown, N.Y.
* Pittsford Central School District, N.Y.
* Village of Haverstraw, N.Y.
* Shodack Castleton Community Partnership, Castleton, N.Y.
* STEPS at Liberty Center, Wooster, Ohio.
* Social Advocates for Youth Coalition, Shaker Heights, Ohio.
* Community Services Council of Greater Tulsa, Okla.
* Durant Independent School District, Okla.
* Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency, Salem, Ore.
* Police Activities League of Greater Portland, Ore.
* Linn County, Albany, Ore., $90,301.
* Wasco, County, The Dalles, Ore.
* Deschutes County Commission on Children and Family, Bend, Ore.
* Roseburg Public Schools, Ore.
* Mifflin County Communities That Care, Lewiston, Pa.
* Clearfield-Jefferson Drug and Alcohol Commission, Falls Creek, Pa.
* Somerset County, Somerset, Pa.
* Lincoln Center for Family and Youth, Bridgeport, Pa.
* Town of South Kingstown, Wakefield, R.I.
* Capital City Community Centers, Johnston, R.I.
* Clemson University, Clemson, S.C.
* The Children’s Council, Lancaster, S.C.
* Richland School District One, Columbia, S.C.
* Metropolitan Drug Commission, Knoxville, Tenn.
* The Lord’s Pantry of Leon County, Buffalo, Texas.
* Drug Prevention Resources, Corsicana, Texas.
* Angelina Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Lufkin, Texas.
* Sister Communities Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Tyler, Texas.
* Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council, Nacogdoches, Texas,
* R.E. Thomason General Hospital, El Paso, Texas.
* Arkansas County Independent School District, Rockport, Texas.
* Village-VI Partners in Recovery, St. Croix, Virgin Islands.
* Greater Spokane Substance Abuse Council, Spokane Valley, Wash.
* Metropolitan Development Council, Tacoma, Wash.
* Safe Streets Campaign, Tacoma, Wash.
* Cowlitz Wahkiakum Council of Governments, Kelso, Wash.
* Kittitas Valley Community Hospital, Ellensburg, Wash.
* Cooperative Educational Services Agency, Portage, Wis.
* Big Horn County School District, Lovell, Wyo.
Drug-Free Communities Mentoring Grants
Each grant is for $75,000, unless otherwise noted.
* San Diego County Committee Against Substance Abuse, El Cajon, Calif.
* San Diego County Prevention Coalition, San Diego.
* Northeast Communities Against Substance Abuse, Dayville, Conn., $50,000.
* Lamoni Area SAFE Community Coalition, Lamoni, Iowa.
* City of Mason City, Iowa, $50,313.
* Ottumwa Regional Health Center, Iowa.
* Challengers of Oldham County Kentucky, La Grange, Ky., $35,000.
* Franklin Regional Council of Governments, Greenfield, Mass.
* Parenting Resource Center, Austin, Minn.
* Makin’ It Happen Coalition for Resilient Youth, Manchester, N.H.
* Center for Prevention and Counseling, Newton, N.J.
* Hood River County, Ore.
* JustCommunity Inc., Quakertown, Pa.
* Metropolitan Drug Commission, Knoxville, Tenn.
* San Antonio Fighting Back, Texas.
* Community Action Partnership for Prevention, Stafford, Texas.
* Clear Creek Independent School District, Galveston, Texas.