More than 46 million people in the United States have a substance use disorder, and more than half of people in state prisons and almost two-thirds of those held in jails meet the criteria for substance use disorder. Tragically, nearly 80,000 people died from opioid-related drug overdoses during the 12-month period ending December 2022, and those returning to the community from incarceration are at significantly higher risk of an overdose. OJP is responding to these devastating crises with almost $40 million in FY 23. These funds represent investments in prevention and harm reduction, treatment courts, residential treatment programs, peer and other recovery support services, services for opioid-affected youth and their families, and community-based strategies that improve continuity of care and align treatment, public health and public safety.
The list below includes solicitations that support this topic area. For award details, please click on the FY 23 Awards by Solicitation link on the above left-hand side of the page.
|BJA FY 23 Adult Treatment Court Planning, Training, Technical Assistance, and Resource Center Initiative
|BJA FY 23 Comprehensive Opioid Stimulant and Substance Use Training and Technical Assistance Program
|BJA FY 23 Comprehensive Opioid, Stimulant, and Substance Use Site-based Program (COSSUP)
|BJA FY 23 Drug Data Research Center to Combat the Opioid Crisis
|BJA FY 23 Improving Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Recovery Outcomes for Adults in Reentry Program
|BJA FY 23 Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) for State Prisoners Program
|OJJDP FY 23 Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Program
|OJJDP FY 23 Mentoring for Youth Affected by Opioid and Drug Misuse
|OJJDP FY 23 Opioid Affected Youth Initiative
*Funding amounts do not include congressionally directed spending or continuation awards.