Federal Funding for New Reclaiming Futures Sites

moneyRunning a juvenile drug court? Interested in adopting the Reclaiming Futures model?
Good news: there's $3.675 million available to help you do it, thanks to the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) and the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), acting in partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 

  • CSAT will award up to three grants of approximately $200,000 per year over four years to fund the screening, assessment, and treatment components of the program.
  • OJJDP expects to make a one-time award of up to $425,000 per grantee to support court and service components for the entire four-year grant period.
  • Only drug courts can apply for funding, but they can subcontract services to addiction treatment providers. Courts must demonstrate strong alliances with providers in order to win the grants.
  • Deadline is May 5, 2009.

Apply here to help teens break the cycle of drugs and crime by integrating the Reclaiming Futures model. Questions? Email CSAT's Randy Muck or OJJDP's Mark Morgan.  

Updated: February 08 2018