• Seattle Childrens Hospital
    $700,000 through November, 2022

    To evaluate SBIRT in middle schools in King County as part of its Best Starts for Kids Initiative.

    Substance Use Prevention USA Awarded: March, 2019
  • National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors
    $300,000 through February, 2021

    to develop and provide resources to state alcohol and other drug agencies to increase their knowledge and readiness to expand and/or enhance Early Intervention (EI) services.

    Substance Use Prevention USA Awarded: February, 2019
  • Doctors for America
    $35,000 through February, 2020

    for general operating support to continue education of physicians in addiction and SBIRT.

    Substance Use Prevention USA Awarded: February, 2019
  • California Community Foundation
    $500,000 through August, 2022

    to support implementation of youth SBIRT in school health clinics and provide training and technical assistance to improve access to youth SUD services in South Los Angeles.

    Substance Use Prevention USA Awarded: February, 2019
  • The Mentor Foundation USA
    $185,000 through November, 2019

    To conduct additional implementation and evaluation activities of youth led prevention strategies that include emphasis on social media.

    Substance Use Prevention USA Awarded: November, 2018
  • YouthBuild USA, Inc.
    $112,000 through April, 2019

    To support ongoing technical assistance regarding SBIRT implementation.

    Substance Use Prevention USA Awarded: November, 2018
  • Legal Action Center of the City of New York, Inc.
    $750,000 through November, 2021

    To conduct policy and advocacy activities to strengthen access to screening, early intervention and the full continuum of substance use related services for young people.

    Substance Use Prevention USA Awarded: November, 2018
  • Anne Arundel County Mental Health Agency Inc.
    $600,000 through March, 2022

    To continue efforts to implement and evaluate the integration of adolescent SBIRT in Maryland.

    Substance Use Prevention USA Awarded: November, 2018
  • American Academy of Pediatrics Inc.
    $1,200,000 through December, 2022

    To increase adoption of best practices for addressing youth substance use in pediatric settings, including development of a Project Echo to train pediatric providers in youth SBIRT.

    Substance Use Prevention USA Awarded: November, 2018
  • The University of New Mexico-Health Sciences Center, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Adolescent Medicine
    $750,000 through December, 2022

    To continue efforts to implement, evaluate, and establish best practices for youth SBIRT in School-Based Health Centers in New Mexico.

    Substance Use Prevention USA Awarded: November, 2018