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Overdose Data to Action (OD2A): Grants to Prevent Opioid, Methamphetamine, and Polysubstance Overdose-related Deaths in Hawai’i through Overdose Response Training and Naloxone Distribution

Posted: 10/1/21

 

Application due:  11/1/21, 5pm HST

 

Description

The Hawai’i Health & Harm Reduction Center is accepting applications for grant year 2021-2022 (9/1/21-8/31/22) Grants to Prevent Opioid, Methamphetamine, and Polysubstance Overdose-related Deaths in Hawai’i. The purpose of this program is to reduce the number of drug overdose deaths among Hawai’i residents by training local service organizations and other key community sectors on risk factors and harm reduction strategies for opioid, methamphetamine, and polysubstance use, including the use of naloxone to reverse opioid overdose and the appropriate course of action to address stimulant overdose; and implementing secondary prevention strategies, including the purchase and distribution of naloxone to participating programs for distribution directly to the communities they serve.

 

Eligibility

Eligible applicants are agencies within Hawai’i state who provide support services directly to people who use drugs in their community.

 

Award Information

Funding Mechanism: Cooperative agreement with HHHRC

Anticipated Total Available Funding: $20,000

Anticipated Number of Awards: 2-4

Anticipated Award Amount: Up to $10,000 per year

Length of Project: 1 year

 

Contact Information

Lee Ongais, Overdose Prevention Coordinator, HHHRC: longais@hhhrc.org, 808-521-2437 ext 273

Kavika Puahi, Operations Director, HHHRC: kpuahi@hhhrc.org, 808-853-3238  

Heather Lusk, Executive Director, HHHRC: hlusk@hhhrc.org, 808-521-2437  

Tammie Smith, OD2A Coordinator, Adult Mental Health Division, HI DOH: tammie.smith.nsw@doh.hawaii.gov, 808-586-4684

Amy Curtis, Administrator, Adult Mental Health Division, HI DOH: amy.curtis@doh.hawaii.gov, 808-586-4770

 

To Apply

Email Lee Ongais longais@HHHRC.org

Please describe your current services provided to or contact with PWUD, any ways that you already address risks associated with or provide health education around substance use, whether you already address overdose or distribute naloxone.

Overdose Data to Action (OD2A): Grants to Prevent Opioid, Methamphetamine, and Polysubstance Overdose-related Deaths in Hawai’i through Innovative Projects


Posted: 10/1/21


Application due: 11/1/21, 5pm HST


Description
The Hawai’i Health and Harm Reduction Center is accepting applications for grant year 2021-2022 (9/1/21-8/31/22) Grants to Prevent Opioid, Methamphetamine, and Polysubstance Overdose-related Deaths in Hawai’i. The purpose of this funding is to reduce the number of drug overdose deaths among Hawai’i residents by supporting local service organizations and other key community sectors to develop new projects, or enhance existing projects, that increase community education and access to resources around opioid, methamphetamine, and polysubstance use and overdose.


Eligibility
Eligible applicants are agencies within Hawai’i state who provide support services directly to people who use drugs (PWUD) in their community.


Award Information
Funding Mechanism: Cooperative agreement with HHHRC
Anticipated Total Available Funding: $30,000
Anticipated Number of Awards: 3-6
Anticipated Award Amount: Up to $10,000 per year
Length of Project: 1 year


Contact Information
Lee Ongais, Overdose Prevention Coordinator, HHHRC: longais@hhhrc.org, 808-521-2437 ext 273
Kavika Puahi, Operations Director, HHHRC: kpuahi@hhhrc.org, 808-853-3238
Heather Lusk, Executive Director, HHHRC: hlusk@hhhrc.org, 808-521-2437
Tammie Smith, OD2A Coordinator, Adult Mental Health Division, HI DOH: tammie.smith.nsw@doh.hawaii.gov, 808-586-4684
Amy Curtis, Administrator, Adult Mental Health Division, HI DOH: amy.curtis@doh.hawaii.gov, 808-586-4770

 

To Apply
Email Lee Ongais longais@HHHRC.org
Please describe your current services provided to or contact with PWUD, any ways that you already address risks associated with or provide health education around substance use, and what project or activity you would establish or enhance with this funding.

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