• Community Catalyst Inc.
    $25,000 through March, 2021

    to cover meeting, food & beverage, and audiovisual costs for a national convening to advance the sustainability of prevention and early intervention of youth substance use disorders.

    Substance Use Prevention USA Awarded: March, 2020
  • Advocates for Children of NY, Inc.
    $200,000 through March, 2022

    to enhance educational outcomes for foster youth in New York City through increased coordination between agencies and the development of high-level leadership, policy advocacy and training.

    Substance Use Prevention USA Awarded: March, 2020
  • Loyola University
    $325,000 through March, 2022

    to link Catholic sisters’ action for sustainable human development to their charisms through by way of Social Teaching (CST) through the Loyola Institute for Ministry.

    Substance Use Prevention International Awarded: March, 2020
  • Forum One
    $36,000 through December, 2020

    to design and develop a knowledge sharing platform to share research and learning from SUP Initiative.

    Substance Use Prevention USA Awarded: January, 2020
  • Envicom Corporation
    $49,000 through January, 2021

    to establish a geospatial mobile system for Safe Water Network to improve the planning and management of water schemes in Ghana.

    Substance Use Prevention International Awarded: January, 2020
  • Public Health Institute
    $400,000 through December, 2022

    to continue policy and advocacy to promote public health responses to cannabis legalization including funding for SBIRT and other youth prevention approaches.

    Substance Use Prevention USA Awarded: September, 2019
  • FSG, Inc.
    $25,000 through April, 2021

    to support research on the use of data in the collective impact model.

    Substance Use Prevention USA Awarded: September, 2019
  • National Council for Behavioral Health
    $500,000 through December, 2021

    for dissemination, training and technical assistance to support provider adoption of a youth SBIRT change package.

    Substance Use Prevention USA Awarded: August, 2019
  • Firelight Foundation
    $3,055,000 through August, 2022

    To strengthen the capacities of community-based organizations and communities affected by HIV and AIDS to improve and create enabling environments that support nurturing care for children in Malawi, Zambia and Tanzania.

    Substance Use Prevention International Awarded: August, 2019
  • PATH
    $1,500,000 through August, 2022

    To prepare for the commercialization launch of a chlorine generator technology.

    Substance Use Prevention International Awarded: August, 2019