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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  

Tennessee Move Initiative

TDMHSAS is requesting proposals from community mental health agencies interested in providing intensive and customized care coordination services to individuals being discharged from long-term units (90 + days) at Middle Tennessee Mental Health Institute in Nashville, TN. The primary purpose of the Tennessee Move Initiative is to successfully transition identified individuals to community based housing by providing short-term intensive support services. 

January 15, 2020 Click this link for Announcement Document        

Intensive Long-Term Support

TDMHSAS is requesting proposals for Intensive Long-term Supportive (ILS) Residential Services in TDMHSAS Planning and Policy Council Region IV. Facilities providing ILS Residential Services are required to be licensed by TDMHSAS as Mental Health Adult Supportive Residential facilities.

January 15, 2020 Click this link for Announcement Document 12-4-19 Conference Call Questions and Answers      

Creating Homes Initiative-2: Tennessee Housing Development Agency

In response to the appropriation of funds in FY 2020 by Governor Bill Lee and the Tennessee General Assembly to TDMHSAS for the support of the Tennessee Creating Homes Initiative, the THDA Board of Directors approved a one-time allocation of $3.0 million to expand permanent recovery housing options for individuals recovering from an Opioid Use Disorder (OUD).

January 16, 2020 Click this link for more information from THDA        

Pre-Arrest Diversion Infrastructure – Capital Grants

In state fiscal year 2020, Governor Bill Lee and the Tennessee General Assembly appropriated $1,500,000 to the Department of General Services (DGS) for the purpose of Pre-Arrest Diversion Infrastructure – Capital Grants. The Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, in consultation with the Department of Finance and Administration, shall recommend to the DGS to whom such grants shall be disbursed. Responses to this Announcement of Funding will inform recommendations for funding.

The goal of pre-arrest diversion is to reduce or eliminate the time individuals with a mental health, substance use, or co-occurring disorder spend incarcerated by redirecting them from the criminal justice system to community-based treatment and supports. Capital grant funding is not recurring and may only be used to support capital projects, not program operations.

DEADLINE REVISED
December 13, 2019
Click this link for Announcement Document