RCORP-Psychostimulant Support Program aims to strengthen and expand prevention, treatment, and recovery services for individuals in rural areas who misuse psychostimulants; to enhance their ability to access treatment and move towards recovery.
Award recipients will receive up to $500,000 each over a three-year period of performance to implement a set of evidence-based interventions and promising practices that align with the U.S. Department of Health & Human Service’s Five-Point Strategy to Combat the Opioid Crisis (PDF).
Additionally, award recipients will develop a Mental/Behavior Health Disparities Impact Statement (DIS) to reduce health disparities in the target rural service area during and beyond the period of performance.
FY 2021 Grant Recipients
HRSA awarded $7,500,000 to 15 recipients.
|Leigh-Anne White & Company LLC||Vidalia||GA||$500,000|
|Jersey Community Hospital District||Jerseyville||IL||$500,000|
|Pacific Institute For Research And Evaluation||Beltsville||MD||$500,000|
|Michigan Center For Rural Health||East Lansing||MI||$500,000|
|Bighorn Valley Health Center, Inc.||Hardin||MT||$500,000|
|Appalachian Mountain Community Health Centers||Asheville||NC||$500,000|
|Robeson Health Care Corporation||Pembroke||NC||$500,000|
|University of Cincinnati||Cincinnati||OH||$500,000|
|Adams County||West Union||OH||$500,000|
|South Dakota State University||Brookings||SD||$500,000|
|Wellmont Hawkins County Memorial Hospital, Inc.||Rogersville||TN||$500,000|
|Intermountain Health Care, Inc.||Salt Lake City||UT||$500,000|
|Bay Rivers Telehealth Alliance||Tappahannock||VA||$500,000|
|Marinette County Group Home Association, Inc.||Marinette||WI||$500,000|
FY 2021 Applicant Resources
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