Funded Grants

2017 Texas Department of State Health Services

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Block Grant- Funding for substance abuse treatment services. Awarded 2.7 Million dollars for two medication assisted treatment providers. Renewal for 5 years.

2015 Texas Department of State Health Services

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Block Grant- Funding for substance abuse treatment services. Awarded 5.7 Million dollars for seven community based substance abuse treatment providers. Renewal for 5 years.

2013 Texas Department of State Health Services

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Block Grant- Funding for substance abuse treatment services. Awarded 3.7 Million dollars for seven community based substance abuse prevention providers. Renewal for 5 years.

2011-2012 University of Houston- Faculty Development Grant$15,000
PI Monit Cheung, Ph.D. and Patrick Leung, Ph.D.
Research, Develop, Implement and Evaluation online courses for Graduate College of Social Work

2010-2011 University of Houston- Faculty Development Grant$15,000
PI Sandra Lopez, LCSW
Internet Based Trauma Certificate for Graduate College of Social Work

2010-2011 University of Houston- Faculty Development Grant– $25,000
PI Monit Cheung, Ph.D. and Susan Robbins, Ph.D.
Research, Develop, Implement and Evaluation online courses for Graduate College of Social Work

2010  Texas Department of State Health Service–  RFP #:SA-OSR/TRT-0371.1
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Block Grant- Funding for substance abuse treatment services.  Awarded 11.2 Million dollars for seven community based substance abuse treatment providers.  Renewal for 5 years.

2008  Texas Department of State Health Service–  RFP# SA-INTV-243.1
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Block Grant- Funding for substance abuse intervention services.  Awarded $987,000 for three community based substance abuse treatment providers. Renewal for 5 years.

2008 Texas Department of State Health Service–  RFP #: SA-PREV-242.1
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Block Grant- Funding for substance abuse prevention
services.  Awarded $2.1 million for three community based substance abuse treatment providers. Renewal for 5 years.

2008  Texas Department of Criminal Justice– RFP#: 696-PS-8-P037
Adult residential and outpatient community based substance abuse treatment services.  Awarded $6.8 million for five community based substance abuse treatment programs.  Renewal for 12 years.

Other Grants since 2002: 
Treatment Alternatives to Incarceration:  Residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment for persons on probation. 
Dallas County Residential Treatment Service:  Residential substance abuse treatment for youth on probation in Dallas County.
Adult Drug Courts:  STAR Drug Court- Outpatient substance abuse treatment for person enrolled in drug court program in Harris County.
US Federal Probation and Parole Substance Abuse Services-Residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment for persons on parole and probation.
Statewide Incentive Grants- Infrastructure development and specialty prevention grants for Texas border regions.
Katrina, Dolly, Ike Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disaster Funding– Substance abuse treatment and prevention funding following disaster.  Infrastructure funding for substance abuse treatment providers following Ike.  Specialty emergency funding for persons on methadone following Katrina.  Infrastructure and disaster planning funding following Dolly and Ike.  Building repair and disaster clean up funds following Ike.
Office of Governor Social Services Block Grants–  Disaster planning and preparation training for high impact counties following Ike.
Access to Recovery–  Faith based substance abuse recovery and treatment services.
Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Grant–  Secondary pregnancy prevention program for youth.
Housing and Urban Development Supportive Housing Grants–  Supportive Housing Grant for homeless, substance using, veterans.  Infrastructure, rehabilitation and housing maintenance grants.
Houston United Way–  Equipment grants.
Baytown United Way–  Program support grant for youth residential treatment services in Baytown and Pasadena.
Houston Endowment– Administrative support grant and capital campaign grants for minority youth employment program.
McGovern Foundation–  Program support grant for veteran with alcohol addiction.
Swalm Foundation-  Mental heath “club house” grant.