FY 2001 Grant Opportunity

Grant Opportunities
March 8, 2001

Application Information:

CMHS Circles of Care: Planning, Designing, and Assessing Mental Health Service System Models for American Indian and Alaska Native Children and their Families 

Guidance for Applicants (GFA) No. SM 01-011

Circles of Care grants are for federally recognized tribal governments and urban Indian organizations to plan, design, and assess the feasibility of implementing a culturally appropriate system of care for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) children and their families who are experiencing or are at risk of serious emotional/behavioral disturbance. This is the second issuance of the grant program which seeks to provide tribal communities with tools and resources to design systems of care for their children that reflect the unique needs of their communities. This grant program will not fund actual services. An important focus will be to integrate traditional healing methods indigenous to the communities with conventional treatment methodologies.

Receipt date: May 10, 2001 

Click here to find announcement in the online Federal Register for March 8, 2001
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GFA Part II is required; click here for more information
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