Grantees

Planning

RCORP-Planning aims to strengthen the capacity of multi-sector consortia to develop plans to implement and sustain SUD/OUD prevention, treatment, and recovery services in rural communities. Over the course of a one-year project period, grant recipients formalize relationships with consortium members; conduct needs assessments; and develop workforce, service delivery, and sustainability plans.

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FY18 Planning I Grantees
FY19 Planning II Grantees
FY20 Planning III Grantees

Implementation

RCORP-Implementation will advance RCORP’s overall goal by strengthening and expanding SUD/OUD prevention, treatment, and recovery service delivery in high-risk rural communities. By expanding the options for SUD/OUD services across the care spectrum, RCORP-Implementation will help rural residents access treatment and move towards recovery.

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FY19 Implementation I Grantees
FY20 Implementation II Grantees

Medication Assisted Treatment Expansion

RCORP-Medication Assisted Treatment Expansion (RCORP-MAT Expansion), will advance RCORP’s overall goal by establishing and/or expanding MAT in eligible hospitals, health clinics, or tribal organizations in high-risk rural communities. RCORP-MAT Expansion aims to increase the number of access points where individuals living in rural communities with OUD can receive evidence-based treatment. Additionally, recognizing that MAT patients may have other clinical and social service needs, RCORP-MAT Expansion requires that eligible entities provide and/or coordinate complementary services.

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FY19 MAT Expansion Grantees

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

The purpose of RCORP-NAS is to reduce the incidence and impact of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) in rural communities by improving systems of care, family supports, and social determinants of health.

While the focus of RCORP-NAS is primarily opioid use disorder (OUD), grantees may also choose to address additional substances of concern or substance use disorders (SUDs) among the target population. The target population is pregnant women, mothers, and women of childbearing age who have a history of, or who are at risk for, SUD/OUD and their children, families, and caregivers who reside in rural areas.

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FY20 NAS Grantees