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SABG Application Information

  • Grant Application Period is CLOSED
  • Application Release Date for FY24: February 1, 2023
  • Due Date for FY24 Applications: March 15, 2023 – 5:00 PM (MST)

Funding Opportunity Title: Substance Abuse Block Grant Primary Prevention Programs

Description: This application is to be used by prevention providers seeking funding to provide substance abuse services directly to youth, families and other at-risk individuals of Idaho, and/or community coalitions seeking funding to employ environmental strategies designed to reduce the impact of substance abuse at the community level.

Anticipated Total Available Funding: $1,500,000.00

Estimated Number of Awards: 50

Average Award Amount: $35,000.00

Grant Recipients Notified: June 1

Grant Award Period: July 1 – June 30

Application Submission: Applications must be completed and submitted online via the application portal. The portal link will be posted here when the grant application period is open.

Eligible Applicants: Eligible applicants include any governmental entity (including tribal entities), such as counties, cities, schools and school districts, local law enforcement agencies, other public entities, and non-profit private entities such as community-based organizations. Federal regulations (Section 90.135, HHS) prohibit the awarding of Block Grant funds to any entity other than a public or non-profit entity.

Submit Questions to:

  • Jessie Dexter, Grant Project Director
  • (208) 854-3042

This funding may not be used for substance abuse treatment. Prevention service(s) provided prior to the signing of a grant award document will not be eligible for reimbursement. Applicants assume all costs associated with the preparation of this grant application.

Grant awards are contingent upon funds appropriated by federal funding agencies and the Idaho Legislature.

Additional SABG Grant Application Support Materials

FY2023 SABG Pre-Application Webinar

A Pre-Application Webinar was scheduled for Thursday, February 10, from 12:00-1:00pm MST (11:00am-12:00pm PST). For those unable to attend, the webinar was recorded and made available for review below.

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