• Changing the Course on Suicide: The Launch of a New National Strategy for Suicide Prevention
    On April 23, 2024, the Biden-Harris Administration released the National Strategy and first-ever Federal Action Plan (PDF | 8.3 MB) to guide our efforts over the next decade. Learn more
  • RFF-24-001 Expansion of Certified Peer Support Professionals now available
    As part of the National Opioid Settlement, the Division of Mental Health and Addiction in conjunction with the Executive Director for Drug Prevention, Treatment and Enforcement is releasing funding with the goal of organizations expanding the Certified Peer Support Professional workforce within the State of Indiana. Applicant organization(s) must provide services to individuals with substance use disorder and/or mental health conditions. Applicant organization(s) must meet at least one of the following criteria: 1) a registered vendor with the State of Indiana; 2)  51% of the organization’s board members have lived experience; 3) the founders of the organization have lived experience with substance use disorder; 4) the organization is a certified recovery community organization; and/or 5) the organization has trauma informed recovery-oriented systems seeking to implement peer services. Learn more
  • Harm Reduction: Findings from the Field
    Harm reduction is a key pillar in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Overdose Prevention Strategy, and is incorporated in SAMHSA’s Strategic Plan. Harm reduction promotes a philosophy of hope and healing. It is one essential component of a comprehensive strategy (including prevention, treatment, recovery, and health promotion) to prevent overdose and save lives. Learn more
  • On-Farm Farmworker Housing Rehab Grant
     Indiana farmers/growers and community groups seeking to renovate or rehab housing for farmworkers are eligible for our On-Farm Housing Rehab Grant. This grant can be used to rehab/renovate on-farm farmworker housing in various ways. Learn more | Download the Application
  • State of Indiana Programs Available for Solicitation:
  • Regional Mental Health Facility – The Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction, in collaboration with the State Budget Agency, is excited to announce a grant opportunity for counties to provide mental health services for incarcerated individuals who have been determined by a court of competent jurisdiction to be in need of mental health treatment.
  • Community Substance Misuse Prevention Services – The Prevention Bureau within the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA) is pleased to offer a grant opportunity to community organizations, local governments, and academic institutions dedicated to preventing substance misuse in Indiana communities. We are seeking innovative and sustainable proposals for implementing primary prevention strategies within Indiana communities.
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  • Request for Funding Announcement – RFF-2023-0016 for Harm Reduction Street Outreach (HRSO) Teams
    This is a Request for Funding announcement (RFF) issued by the Family and Social Services Administration, Division of Mental Health & Addiction in conjunction with the Executive Director for Drug Prevention, Treatment and Enforcement. The date for this project is January 1, 2024, through December 31, 2024. Learn more
  • Creating regional recovery hubs in Indiana’s mental health ‘deserts’
    Mental health touches all of us, our friends, our families, ourselves. And with the CDC recently reporting an all-time high suicide rate, it’s never been more important to let people know that help is available. Learn more