Coalitions registered with the Division of Behavioral Health are eligible to apply. This application must address drug and alcohol use prevention.
All awardees are expected to use evidence-based interventions to meet the projected outcome, when available.
Must submit directly to your Prevention Resource Center by May 13.
Awards announced in mid-June with a July 1 start date.
Be sure to review all funding guidelines in the mini-grant application before submission. Below are a few highlights of those guidelines:
Funding is available for up to $5,000.
Coalition must show a 50% match on funds requested.
Mini-Grant funds are not intended to support one-time events unless
they are tied to a larger, ongoing effort.
Funds may not be used to purchase incentives or other symbolic disposable items intended for giveaways.
Download the mini-grant application for 2024-2025 to submit an application.
Submission deadline: May 13 to your PRC.
Funding announcement: Mid-June
Coalition Resource Funds
Coalitions registered with the Division of Behavioral Health are eligible to apply for Coalition Resource Funds.
This application must focus on programs/strategies for implementing substance use prevention activities. These funds can be applied for throughout the fiscal year.
Review the following guidelines before submitting the request form:
Registered Coalitions may apply for up to $1,000 per request with an unlimited number of requests until PRC allotted funds are exhausted.
All funding requests must relate to their PRC’s Strategic Work Plan and should enhance the work and goals of the coalition.
Discover more about this funding opportunity in the Coalition Resource Request Guidelines.
Submit Request Form
Download and complete the Coalition Resource Funding Request Form.
Submit directly to your Prevention Resource Center.
In 2021, coalitions registered with the Division of Behavioral Health were eligible to apply for Mega-Grant funds, which were limited grants focused on addressing drug and alcohol use prevention. All awardees are expected to use evidence-based interventions to meet the projected outcome.
The funds are no longer available but current grantees should utilize the report forms below.