RCORP–Behavioral Health Care Support aims to improve the quality and sustainability of behavioral health care services in rural communities, including evidence-based, trauma-informed treatment for substance use disorder (SUD).
Award recipients receive up to $500,000 per year over the four-year period of performance to implement activities that are aligned with the following program goals:
- Address structural- and systems-level barriers to improve rural residents’ access to quality, integrated SUD and other behavioral health care services.
- Improve the quality and sustainability of rural behavioral health care services by supporting rural health care providers to offer coordinated, evidence- based, trauma-informed SUD and other behavioral health care services.
- Improve the capacity of the behavioral health care system to address rural community risk factors and social determinants of health that affect the behavioral health of rural residents.
See our list of FY 22 grant recipients.
Questions about HRSA's efforts to address behavioral health care needs in rural communities? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.