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Integrating Behavioral Health with Primary Medical Care. Integrated behavioral health results when a team of providers, including physicians, nurse practitioners, behavioral health clinicians, community health workers, home visitors, and other health care providers, work together to address patient needs to achieve quality outcomes for every individual in care. Grants typically ranging between $5,000 and $30,000 to Western North Carolina nonprofit organizations to help individuals with substance abuse and behavioral health issues, as well as those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

May 19, 2016 · Grants are awarded to enhance statewide planning and infrastructure development; deliver behavioral health, housing support, peer and other recovery oriented services; and engage and enroll individuals in Medicaid and other mainstream benefits. Grantees must establish a state interagency council to guide program integration and implementation. Note: A significant change has been made to the registration process for the System for Award Management (SAM). Please refer to the FAQs on the SAM website.

Become a Grant Reviewer. We use subject matter experts as peer reviewers of grant applications. Apply to become one yourself! Partnerships: Key to Behavioral Health Service Success. Listen to community service leaders present their experience developing and maintaining partnerships in SAMHSA grants to “Enhance Older Adult Behavioral Services.” Financing and Sustaining Behavioral Health Interventions.