Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2022, $1,299,781)
Onondaga County, New York
Onondaga County is applying for funding in the amount of $1,299,781. This project serves Onondaga County, New York with a population of approximately 467,669, and is submitted under Subcategory 1b. The purpose of the project is to build strong coordination between in-custody and community-based treatment and establish virtual peer recovery support services for individuals leaving jail and returning to the community. The project addresses the allowable uses of:
Establishing evidence-based substance use disorder treatment related to opioids, stimulants, and other illicit drugs, such as medication-assisted treatment (MAT), with a focus on building strong coordination between in-custody and community-based treatment and recovery support services (73% of the budget).
Providing peer recovery support services (15% of the budget).
The project includes a partnership with Crouse Health, a community-based opioid treatment provider. A research partner will be selected post-award. This application includes program evaluation which is identified as a priority consideration (12% of the budget).