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SAMHSA Science to Service Implementation Awards

As part of its mission of building resilience and facilitating recovery, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has advanced a Science and Service Initiative to facilitate knowledge dissemination, promote implementation of effective, evidenced-based mental health and substance abuse interventions into routine clinical and community-based practice, and strengthen feedback from the field to influence services research programs. As part of this initiative, SAMHSA has created the Science and Service Awards as a way of recognizing community-based organizations and/or coalitions that successfully have implemented one or more recognized evidence-based interventions to benefit consumers and/or communities. This award process also allows National experts in the field to network and connect with local organizations and agencies.


Funding Agency:  

CRP Inc.

Funding Period:  

02/01/2010 to 01/31/2011

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