Methamphetamine and Suicide Prevention Initiative for American Indian and Alaska Native Youth

    The Indian Health Service has $600,000 available for grants to programs working to prevent methamphetamine use and suicide among American Indian and Native American youth.

    Three two-year awards of $100,000 per year will be made under the program. Funds must be used to expand community-level access to effective methamphetamine and suicide-prevention programs through tribal, youth residential, transitional/discharge, and aftercare services.

    Tribes, tribal organizations, tribal consortia, and nonprofit urban Native American programs may apply.

    Application deadline is July 31. For more details, see the full grant announcement online.

    By Partnership Staff
    July 2009

    Published

    July 2009

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