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Below is a listing of funding opportunities that may be applicable for the LifeSkills Training program.  Please click on each title for detailed information on each funding opportunity.
Mini-Grant Funding For Under 21 Substance Abuse Prevention Activities For FY 2018

The Collaboration Council announces the availability of mini-grant funding to help community-based organizations deliver activities to middle and high school youth and those under age 21 that will help prevent their illegal use and abuse of alcohol, marijuana, over-the-counter, prescription and/or other drugs. Grants can range from $500 to $1,000; applicants must provide a local match (cash, in-kind) equal to 30% of the requested mini-grant amount. Please direct all questions

Application deadline is 11/1/17
2017 Substance Abuse Education (SAEDR) Category 1

The Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) is now accepting applications for projects under the Substance Abuse Education and Demand Reduction (SAEDR) Category One funds. Funding is available to nonprofit organizations to provide research-based approaches to prevention, intervention, training, treatment and education services to reduce substance use or to provide resources to assist families in accessing these services. Category One funding will support implementation strategies aimed at combating opioid/heroin overdoses in Pennsylvania communities. Funds will support implementation activities  identified through a strategic planning process by a collaborative body such as a County Overdose Coalition or County Overdose Task Force1. Preference for these funds will be given for projects that are directed toward the needs of the adult community in addressing opioid/heroin use and overdoses.

Please note: PCCD’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention will be releasing a SAEDR Category One funding announcement for projects related to the needs of juveniles. 

Application deadline is 11/1/17
South Carolina Tobacco-Free Collaborative Offering Mini-grants for Botvin LifeSkills Training

The South Carolina Tobacco-Free Collaborative provides Youth and Young Adult Prevention Grants to coalitions and organizations to implement programs that are designed to prevent tobacco use initiation among youth and young adults and address current use of tobacco products. This competitive funding opportunity provides awards to local community-based organizations that support the mission of the South Carolina Tobacco-Free Collaborative and are designed to invest in projects that address goals of the state plan, Ending the Epidemic: Plan for a Tobacco-Free South Carolina, 2015-2020. For more information, visit


Application deadline is 12/31/17
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