Federal and Other Funding Sources
- The Project for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) Grant
- A formula grant awarded by CMHS, enables the state of North Dakota to provide mental health services to individuals who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless and suffer from a serious mental illness or have a co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse problem.
- The Mental Health Statistical Improvement Project (MHSIP) Grant
- MHSIP funds the development and implementation of the North Dakota Mental Health Information Enhancement plan.
- The Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment (SAPT) Grant
- Allows North Dakota to plan, carry out, and evaluate activities to prevent and treat substance abuse. SAPT Block Grant funds have been used to deal with the abuse of alcohol, the use or abuse of illicit drugs, the abuse of licit drugs, and the use or abuse of tobacco products.
- The Governor's Portion of the Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities Act
- The Act is used to furnish grants or contracts to parent groups, community action and job training agencies, community based organizations, and other public and private/nonprofit organizations to provide drug and violence prevention and training activities targeted for children and youth who are not normally served by state or local agencies, or populations requiring special services or additional resources.