Federal Government Grants for Substance Use Issues
ONDCP works with other Federal agencies to provide public funding to address the drug crisis in states, tribes, counties, and communities across the nation. Organizations interested in funding for substance use prevention, treatment, and recovery efforts can view active funding opportunities here.
Additionally, drug control grant awards can be found here.
Lastly, information regarding the evaluation, performance, and effectiveness of Federal agency programs and initiatives can be found here.
Parties interested in applying for Federal grants should review these resources on the Grants Learning Center. For more questions about applying for Federal grant opportunities, please reach out to Scott_L_Chronister@ondcp.eop.gov.
Annual Accounting Report
By Statute, National Drug Control Program agencies, as outlined in the National Drug Control Strategy, are required to conduct an annual detailed accounting of all funds expended for National Drug Control Program activities. Further, this accounting is authenticated by agency Inspectors General.
Accounting and Performance Summary Report
Drug Control Data Dashboard
Here are a set of 160 machine-readable tables providing information on a range of drug-related topics including trends in illicit drug use, availability, and consequences of their use.
National Drug Control Strategy Data Supplement
The Data Supplement provides the data that enables an assessment of current drug use and availability, impact of illicit drug use, and treatment availability.
Performance Reporting System
The Performance Reporting System lists the Administration’s nine strategic goals to reduce the demand for and availability of illicit drugs.
Budget and Performance Summary
The Budget and Performance Summary presents the drug control funding requests and performance measures for drug control activities undertaken by each department, agency, and program.
This document highlights key funding priorities identified in the President’s FY2020 National Drug Control Budget.