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Grant Deadline Extension - Crisis Intervention & Jail Diversion


Posted Date: 
Friday, June 24, 2011
Contact: 
Deb Matteucci, Behavioral Health Program Facilitator, DPHHS & Dept. of Corrections

Deadline Extended

To all interested parties:

The deadline to submit Letters of Intent to apply for county matching grants for crisis intervention and jail diversion has been extended to 5:00pm, Friday, July 15, 2011.  Letters of Intent to apply must include an estimate of the grant funds that may be requested as well as a brief overview of the proposed project to be funded. These letters should be sent to Deb Matteucci at AMDD as soon as possible.  Her contact information is noted below. As this appropriation is limited, and the department may not award grants in excess of the funds available, the Department will utilize Letters of Intent to determine the estimated demand for funds in FY2012. If your county has already submitted a Letter of Intent for FY2012 funding, you do not need to resubmit.

Based on utilization rates at Montana State Hospital during FY2011, each county is assigned a match rate of 50% to 70%. This means that for each local $1.00 invested, matching grant funds of $ .50 to $ .70 may be awarded, subject to availability of funds.  A table indicating county match rates is enclosed.

Letters of Intent will be reviewed following the July 15 deadline and an anticipated potential award amount will be provided to eligible applicants.

Complete Grant Applications are due to the Department no later than 5:00pm, Friday, August 5, 2011 and must include the following 5 components for consideration:

1.    A county or multi-county jail diversion and crisis intervention strategic plan including a plan for community-based or regional emergency or court-ordered detention and examination services as well as short term inpatient treatment;

2.    A detailed proposal for how the county or counties and other  local entities will collaborate and commit local funds for mental health services for crisis intervention, jail diversion, involuntary pre-commitment, and short term inpatient treatment costs including plan for the collection and reporting of data and information;

3.    A detailed budget that identifies cash and in-kind local contribution amounts designated for match, anticipated expenses through June 30 of the funding fiscal year and start up or one time only costs.  Multi-county grant applications must identify the county that will act as the fiduciary agent for distribution for the grant funds;

4.    A statement from the grant applicant agreeing to report key data elements according to the departments specifications, and

5.    Counties that include tribal lands must demonstrate coordination efforts with tribal representatives both on and off reservations.

Projects or programs supported through these matching grant funds are those that, as determined by the department, will reduce reliance on the Montana State Hospital for emergency and court-ordered detention and evaluation and will ultimately result in cost savings to the state if implemented.

Interested counties should submit all requested paperwork to the Addictive & Mental Disorders Division, DPHHS at the address noted below. Questions may be directed to Deb Matteucci at dmatteucci@mt.gov or 406-444-2013.

Addictive & Mental Disorders Division, DPHHS
Attn: Deb Matteucci
PO Box 202905
Helena, MT 59620-2905

Letter of Intent Deadline:  5:00 p.m., Friday, July 15, 2011
Complete Grant Application Deadline:  5:00 p.m., Friday, August 5, 2011

 

Total Admissions

Population - July 1, 2009

Rate of Admission

FY2012 Match Rate

Beaverhead

3

8976

0.334224599

70

Big Horn

1

13015

0.076834422

70

Blaine

7

6485

1.079414032

60

Broadwater

1

4793

0.208637596

70

Carbon

1

9756

0.102501025

70

Carter

0

1202

0

70

Cascade

31

82178

0.377229916

70

Chouteau

0

5167

0

70

Custer

11

11189

0.98310841

65

Daniels

0

1703

0

70

Dawson

5

8558

0.584248656

70

Deer Lodge

17

8792

1.933575978

50

Fallon

0

2725

0

70

Fergus

17

11208

1.516773733

55

Flathead

47

89624

0.524413104

70

Gallatin

41

90343

0.453825974

70

Garfield

0

1173

0

70

Glacier

10

13550

0.73800738

65

Golden Valley

0

1057

0

70

Granite

1

2879

0.347342827

70

Hill

15

16632

0.901875902

65

Jefferson

13

11470

1.133391456

60

Judith Basin

1

2051

0.48756704

70

Lake

31

28605

1.083726621

60

Lewis & Clark

95

61942

1.533692809

55

Liberty

0

1748

0

70

Lincoln

11

18717

0.58770102

70

Madison

1

7457

0.134102186

70

McCone

2

1624

1.231527094

60

Meagher

0

1908

0

70

Mineral

4

3833

1.043569006

60

Missoula

141

108623

1.298067628

60

Musselshell

1

4600

0.217391304

70

Park

9

15941

0.564581896

70

Petroleum

0

440

0

70

Phillips

2

3944

0.507099391

70

Pondera

1

5814

0.171998624

70

Powder River

0

1664

0

70

Powell

7

7089

0.987445338

65

Prairie

1

1108

0.902527076

65

Ravalli

20

40431

0.494669931

70

Richland

7

9313

0.751637496

65

Roosevelt

9

10303

0.873531981

65

Rosebud

2

9258

0.21602938

70

Sanders

9

11096

0.8111031

65

Sheridan

0

3243

0

70

Silver Bow

42

32949

1.274697259

60

Stillwater

0

8786

0

70

Sweet Grass

0

3667

0

70

Teton

2

6088

0.328515112

70

Toole

1

5151

0.194137061

70

Treasure

0

612

0

70

Valley

6

6771

0.886132034

65

Wheatland

2

2044

0.978473581

65

Wibaux

1

897

1.114827202

60

Yellowstone

69

144797

0.47652921

70

Grand Total

698

974989

0.715905513

 

Deb Matteucci | 406-444-2013 | dmatteucci@mt.gov
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