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Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Transforming Lives through Supported Employment Short Title: Supported Employment Program (Modified Announcement) Request for Applications (RFA) No. SM-14-011 Catalogue of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) No.: 93.243 Key Dates: Application Deadline Applications are due by April 21, 2014.
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Table of Contents EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: 4 I. FUNDING OPPORTUNITY DESCRIPTION 5 1. PURPOSE 5 2. EXPECTATIONS 7 II. AWARD INFORMATION 15 III. ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION 16 1. ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS 16 2. COST SHARING and MATCH REQUIREMENTS 16 3. OTHER 16 IV. APPLICATION AND SUBMISSION INFORMATION 17 1. CONTENT AND GRANT APPLICATION SUBMISSION 17 2. APPLICATION SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS 20 3. FUNDING LIMITATIONS/RESTRICTIONS 20 V. APPLICATION REVIEW INFORMATION21 1. EVALUATION CRITERIA 21 2. REVIEW AND SELECTION PROCESS 25 VI. ADMINISTRATION INFORMATION 25 1. AWARD NOTICES 25 2. ADMINISTRATIVE AND NATIONAL POLICY REQUIREMENTS 26 3. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS 27 VII. AGENCY CONTACTS 27 Appendix A – Checklist for Formatting Requirements and Screen-out Criteria for SAMHSA Grant Applications 28 Appendix B – Guidance for Electronic Submission of Applications 30 3
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Appendix C – Funding Restrictions 37 Appendix D – Biographical Sketches and Job Descriptions 39 Appendix E – Sample Budget and Justification (no match required) 40 Appendix F – Confidentiality and SAMHSA Participant Protection/Human Subjects Guidelines 49 Appendix G – Addressing Behavioral Health Disparities 53 Appendix H – Electronic Health Record (EHR) Resources 58 4
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Mental Health Services is accepting applications for fiscal year (FY) 2014 for the Mental Health Transformation Grant Program: Transforming Lives through Supported Employment (Short Title: Supported Employment Program). The purpose of this program is to enhance state and community capacity to provide and expand evidence-based supported employment programs (such as the Individual Placement and Support model) to adults with serious mental illnesses including persons with co-occurring mental and substance use disorders. The expected outcome of the program is for states to have the necessary infrastructure in place to maintain and expand supported employment services throughout the state and increase the number of individuals with serious mental illness and co-occurring mental and substance use disorders who obtain and retain competitive employment. Funding Opportunity Title: Mental Health Transformation Grant Program: Transforming Lives through Supported Employment (Short Title: Supported Employment Program) Funding Opportunity Number: SM-14-011 Due Date for Applications: April 21, 2014 Anticipated Total Available Funding: $4,800,000 Estimated Number of Awards: 6 Estimated Award Amount: $800,000 Cost Sharing/Match Required no Length of Project Period: Up to 5 years Eligible Applicants: Eligible applicants are mental health authorities in states, territories, and the District of
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