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 Documents and Links|
ILS West Tennessee
The TDMHSAS Division of Mental Health Services is requesting proposals from Community Mental Health Providers and Community Affordable Housing Providers interested in providing Intensive Long-term Supportive Residential Services in West Tennessee. The goal of the Intensive Long-term Support (ILS) program is to provide quality, safe, and affordable permanent supportive housing for individuals discharging from the State’s Regional Mental Health Institutes who would otherwise not be able to successfully live in the community due to the lack of available housing with the capacity to meet their specific needs. For the purposes of this Announcement of Funding (AOF), the program intends to serve individuals discharging from Western Mental Health Institute (WMHI).
|April 23, 2021||Link to Announcement of Funding|
SOCAT-N Community Engagement Program
The System of Care Across Tennessee Network (SOCAT-N) Community Engagement Program will partner with local community teams, in their region, to work toward community buy-in, cross-agency collaboration, family and youth involvement, and coordinated services and supports for children and youth with social, emotional, or behavioral concerns, and their families. Community Engagement Specialists (CESs) will work to embed System of Care (SOC) values and principles in all settings, by providing education, training, and technical assistance about topics surrounding children’s mental health and whole family health. CES’s will partner with local communities to identify areas of services and supports that could be more family-friendly and easier to access.
|April 26, 2021||Link to Announcement of Funding||Link to Q&A Document|