Substance Use Disorder (SUD) providers sustained significant fiscal stresses during and due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To assist providers with fiscal recovery and continued safe service provision of SUD prevention, treatment, and recovery services, OASAS intends to make funds available to support programmatic stability to resume, sustain, and/or improve existing SUD program services.
OASAS will make available up to $20 million of supplemental Federal Substance Abuse
Prevention and Treatment Block Grant funds awarded by the Substance Abuse and Mental
Health Services Administration to support reasonable, necessary, and allowable SUD
program costs incurred after March 15, 2021, that were not previously and will not otherwise
be reimbursed by other funding or programs, including State Aid and other grants. Funds are
available through March 14, 2023. Any extension of availability of the funds is contingent
upon Federal extension of the grant period.
Voluntary agencies or local governmental units (LGU) which provide direct care SUD treatment, prevention, and/or recovery services that (1) are OASAS-Certified and/or funded by OASAS State Aid as of the date of award; (2) were operational prior to January 31, 2020; (3) are pre-qualified in the Grants Gateway; and (4) have completed a certified Vendor Responsibility questionnaire are eligible to receive funds.
Providers applying for Primary Prevention funds must be an OASAS State Aid funded provider of primary prevention services under program code 5520
10/11/2022 5:00 PM EST
Anticipated Notification of Award: Continuous until funds are exhausted.
Application and Supporting Documents
Please send all inquiries to:
Bureau of Contracts & Procurements
NYS Office of Addiction Services and Supports
Subject: OASAS Project No. SUPP1013, “Provider Name”