California Residency Program Collaborative (CRPC)

Portal ID:
16310
Status:
Active
Opportunity Type:
  • Grant
Last Updated:
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Details

Purpose:

This funding will be used to educate, provide outreach, and treat patients experiencing SUD, with a particular focus on serving vulnerable populations, promoting harm reduction, addressing fentanyl, and increasing Medication-Assisted Treatment services.

Description:

The Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) will release a Request for Application (RFA) for $3,380,000 in State Opioid Response (SOR) III grant funding to implement the California Residency Program Collaborative (CRPC) from January 1, 2023, through June 30, 2024. The CRPC provides education, resources, and tools to help transform the practices of multiple physician specialties and their care teams and improve patient care in the areas of substance use disorder (SUD), opioid use disorder, and addiction.

 

Entities may apply to receive up to $70,000 to improve access to treatment, reduce unmet treatment need, and reduce opioid and stimulant-related overdose deaths through the provision of prevention, treatment, harm reduction, and recovery service activities. Eligible entities include Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education-accredited residency programs that train physicians in emergency medicine, family medicine, general internal medicine, obstetrics-gynecology, pediatrics, and psychiatry.

Eligibility Requirements

Eligible Applicants:

  • Public Agency

Important Dates

The date (and time, where applicable) by which all applications must be submitted to the grantmaker. Time listed as “00:00” equates to midnight.
The date on which the grantor expects to announce the recipient(s) of the grant.
03/30/2023
The length of time during which the grant money must be utilized.
1/1/2023-6/30/2024

Funding Details

The total projected dollar amount of the grant.
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Dependent
Grant opportunities representing multiple awards may offer awards in the same amount or in varied amounts. Some may wish to wait until the application period closes before determining per-award amounts; in this case, a value of “Dependent” will display.
Dependent
Certain grants require that the recipient(s) provide a letter of intent.
No
Certain grants require that the recipient(s) be able to fully or partially match the grant award amount with another funding source.
No

Available Funding Notes:

Entities may apply to receive up to $70,000 to improve access to treatment, reduce unmet treatment need, and reduce opioid and stimulant-related overdose deaths through the provision of prevention, treatment, harm reduction, and recovery service activities.

The funding source allocated to fund the grant. It may be either State or Federal (or a combination of both), and be tied to a specific piece of legislation, a proposition, or a bond number.
  • Federal
The manner in which the grant funding will be delivered to the awardee. Funding methods include reimbursements (where the recipient spends out-of-pocket and is reimbursed by the grantor) and advances (where the recipient spends received grant funds directly).
  • Other

Funding Method Notes:

Using federal funding awarded to the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) for the State Opioid Response (SOR) III grant, DHCS will continue to invest in prevention, harm reduction, treatment, and recovery services through the California Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Expansion Project.

How to Apply

State agencies/departments recommend you read the full grant guidelines before applying.

Resources

For questions about this grant, contact:
Jerry Davis, jdavis@familydocs.org