Department Funding Opportunities

We will post funding opportunities on this page as they come available. Check back frequently for new updates. You can find contact information for each funding opportunity in the announcement document link.

Program Deadline Link to Announcement Document Additional Notes

Project Rural Recovery

The TDMHSAS Office of Strategic Initiatives is requesting proposals from community agencies to expand existing Project Rural Recovery services by implementing two additional mobile health clinics, serving at least five  rural counties in West Tennessee (including Lauderdale, Crockett, Haywood, Fayette, Hardeman) and at least five rural counties in East Tennessee (including Fentress, Scott, Campbell, Morgan, Union). These funds will be contracted to two community agencies, one in West Tennessee and one in East Tennessee, to purchase the mobile health units and provide integrated physical health and behavioral health services to people of all ages. By removing access-related challenges, this mobile, integrated model of care will improve health outcomes for up to ten patients per day per mobile health clinic in these, and surrounding, counties with poor health outcomes and limited access to regular care.

July 5, 2022 Link to Announcement of Funding Link to Questions and Answers (Updated 6-8-22)

Substance Use Prevention Coalitions

The TDMHSAS Division of Substance Abuse Services is requesting proposals from Substance Use Prevention Coalitions that are interested in coordinating the implementation of substance use prevention environmental strategies as described in the draft Scope of Services for FY 2023.  Coalition goals and objectives include coordinating the implementation of substance use prevention environmental strategies within the Grantee’s communities to address: underage drinking, binge drinking, tobacco use, and the non-medical use of prescription drugs and other opioids.

May 20, 2022 Link to Announcement of Funding

Link to Questions and Answers (5-9-22)

Link to Budget Template