The Division of Grants Administration (DGA) pursues, implements, and oversees all grants administered by the agency.
Many of the grants DGA oversees are federal grants, including the Substance Abuse Block Grant (SABG), the Mental Health Block Grant (MHBG), other federal grants related to prevention and treatment services, as well as discretionary grants including PPW-PLT, emergency COVID-19 grants, crisis counseling, the State Opioid Response grants. DGA manages day-to-day federal grant activities, including research and writing, implementation and contract management, and oversight and monitoring.
In addition, the DGA finance team manages the daily Non-TXIX and grant financial processes for state appropriated, non-appropriated, and federal grant funds along with AHCCCS housing projects and requests.
DGA collaborates with other AHCCCS divisions to identify best practices and services for individuals in need of mental health and substance use disorder services.
Grants Currently In Application Process
- AHCCCS submitted the SOR III grant application July 18, 2022.
- AHCCCS is currently preparing the annual Fiscal Year 2023 Combined MHBG-SABG Application/Behavioral Health Assessment and Plan to submit to SAMHSA. The document was available for public comment from August 5, 2022 – August 24, 2022, see Public Notices -Behavioral Health. The submission date for this grant application is September 1, 2022.
Grants Not Under Consideration
- AHCCCS has reviewed CMS' Notice of Funding Opportunity for Substance-Use Disorder Prevention that Promotes Opioid Recovery and Treatment (SUPPORT) for Patients and Communities Act Demonstration. Per the NOFO, this opportunity is open to the 15 states currently receiving planning grants. Arizona is not one of the identified states and will not be applying.
- AHCCCS will not be pursuing CMS’ funding opportunity under Section 9813 of the ARPA for planning grant to bolster Mobile Crisis Intervention Services. Arizona currently maintains a robust crisis system and, as such, AHCCCS does not feel that a planning grant is necessary in order to effectively pursue other funding available under ARPA Mobile Crisis (such as section 9813) once CMS releases guidance. In addition, AHCCCS intends to leverage the multiple current grant funding avenues, to support the Crisis System inclusive of 9-8-8, Mental Health Block Grant set aside, as well as our latest application for the ARPA MHBG and SABG supplemental submission.
- AHCCCS does not intend to apply for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAHMSA) Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS) FY 2022 Cooperative Agreements for Innovative Community Crisis Response Partnerships grant at this time. It is noted that public or private nonprofit entities are eligible to apply should community partners be interested.
Recent Award Decisions
- AHCCCS is pleased to announce that SAMHSA has approved our applications for the COVID-19 Testing and Mitigation.
- AHCCCS is pleased to announce that SAMHSA has approved our applications for the Mental Health Block Grant and Substance Abuse Block Grantidentified in the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA).
- SAMHSA has approved our application for the Substance Abuse Block Grant American Rescue Plan Act supplemental funding.
- SAMHSA has approved our application for the Mental Health Block Grant American Rescue Plan Act supplemental funding.
- AHCCCS Receives Grant Extension to Continue ResilientArizona.org Crisis Counseling Program , April 30, 2021
- Notice to Recipients of SAMHSA Grant Funding , Jan. 13, 2021
- AHCCCS is pleased to announce that we have been awarded the 988 State and Territory Cooperative Agreements Grant
Current Operational Grants
The Current Grants page lists grants administered by AHCCCS.
Grants At A Glance
Opioid Services Locator
The AHCCCS Opioid Services Locator web application allows providers to register and manage their opioid services locations.
Please note: only ONE request per Agency should be submitted. Once the Agency is approved, then locations may be added. Contact email@example.com with any questions.