The County of Summit Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board has funding available for quality Recovery Housing in the Summit County area to support those leaving residential treatment programs but also those needing a structured sober environment where they can thrive in recovery.
Eligible entities may be awarded up to $250,000 for the period 3/1/20-6/30/21.
Allocations will be based upon one, or a combination of, the following elements:
Demonstration of collaboration within the community.
Ability to implement proposed programming within 90 days.
Efficient use of funds and plan for program sustainability.
Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services (OMHAS) Certification for relevant services and Ohio Recovery Housing (ORH) Certification. (Funding will be contingent on the status of these certifications.)
Both the SUD Treatment providers and the Recovery Housing providers must demonstrate access to case management services, certified peer recovery supporters, outpatient treatment services and MAT services, either as a provider or formal agreement with a provider.
Programs that have received previous funding through this process will be evaluated for continued funding based on demonstrated positive outcomes.
These funds can be used to develop new programs or expand existing ones.
The deadline for proposals is close of business on Monday, January 27, 2020.
Please submit any questions regarding this funding to firstname.lastname@example.org.