The Frederick County Health Department is accepting applications from eligible community partners to support Minority Outreach and Technical Assistance (MOTA) Partners, Faith-based and Community-based Organizations. The purpose of this grant is to address Maryland’s opioid crisis by implementing new and innovative initiatives to provide outreach, information, education on opioid use, and training on educational prevention strategies, including naloxone/Narcan use and distribution, harm reduction services, health education and referrals/linkages to treatment, recovery, and other supports.
Applications will be reviewed by the Frederick Local Behavioral Health Authority, Frederick County Health Department and the results submitted to the Maryland Department of Health (MDH) for funding determination. Projects approved by the MDH’s Behavioral Health Administration will enter into a funding agreement with the Frederick County Health Department.
Applications must be received by the Frederick County Health Department no later than November 8, 2019 in order to be considered for funding. Check the MDH Behavioral Health Administration website for updates and responses to questions.
Applications may be emailed to BHS@frederickcountymd.gov or mailed or delivered to:
Frederick County Health Department
Behavioral Health Services Division
Attn: Sarah Drennan
350 Montevue Ln
Frederick, MD 21702
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