Administration for Community Living, Department of Health and Human Services Grant Opportunities
The AHRQ encourages applicants to apply for opioid-related grants using its R18, R03 and R01 funding mechanisms.
CDC grant resources, including opioid funding and grants searchable by state.
An ONDCP/USDA document that provides a comprehensive and expansive list of resources organized by 26 different categories and also lists various funding opportunities to address the opioid crisis across the continuum of care.
A comprehensive search engine for government grants, search by keyword (e.g., opioids) for the latest developments in forecasted and posted funding opportunities for opioid programs.
This website has toolkits to help communities write grant proposals. Though this is targeted to rural communities, this can be a resource for any community looking to secure funding to address the opioid crisis.
The HRSA lists the 2018 opioid grant awards and also lays out the application procedures.
This page lists requests for applications on current opioid-related programs.
This OJP page provides links to grant opportunities that are related to substance use and crime.
The ONDCP describes its grant categories, lists recent grant recipients, and provides links to current grant applications.
This is a toolkit from the ONDCP and USDA that serves as a guide to resources that can help make a difference in rural communities in addressing the opioid crisis and substance use in general. It features a comprehensive funding clearinghouse, interactive tools to assess the opioid problem at the county level, a treatment and services locator, a links to technical assistance and trainings.
This Rural Health Information Hub page lists currently available funding opportunities from several federal agencies.
This website provides information on grants focused on improving the criminal justice system, with many opioid-related funding opportunities.
SAMHSA current grant announcements and application resources, keyword searchable, e.g., opioids.
This is a 2017 Congressional Research Service report describing which federal agencies are funding opioid-related programs.