The Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) funds nine programs. Each works to treat and prevent Opioid Use Disorder for people in rural areas. See a list of the FY 2023 awards.
What are the nine grant programs?
- Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Expansion
- Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Access
- Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
- Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health
- Psychostimulant Support
- Behavioral Health Care Support
- Overdose Response
How do you help grantees?
- RCORP Rural Centers of Excellence (COEs) on Substance Use Disorders
- Three centers with their own focus area
- Identify and share evidence-based programs and best practices
- Develop methods to address future SUD epidemics
- RCORP - Technical Assistance (TA)
- Ask for technical assistance
- Find grantees who are nearby or have a similar focus
- Get articles, training materials, and more
- Rural Behavioral Health Workforce Centers – Northern Border Region
- Focus on counties most in need in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and New York
- Create networks to provide care and develop training programs
Can I apply for funding?
You can if you are a:
- Public, private, non-profit, or for-profit entity in the U.S.
- Faith- or community-based group
- A tribe the federal government recognizes
Why focus on rural areas?
Death rates from substance use disorder (SUD) and OUD are higher in rural areas. People in these areas have a hard time getting care and treatment.
How can I contact you?