Funding Opportunities

Re-posted from The NonProfit Times

Nonprofits are always looking for grant opportunities to fund various projects. It can be a hassle looking all over the Internet for opportunities. The NonProfit Times has created a new feature for our website to highlight available grants.

We will be posting available grant listings on a continuing basis over the coming weeks and months.

Here’s how it works:

Each grant opportunity we list includes a link to the page where you can get more information from the funder.

North Carolina Organization Receives SAMHSA Integration Grant

SAMHSA Awards 30 New Integration Grants

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has awarded 30 new Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration (PBHCI) program grants. Now, 93 organizations nationwide work within the PBHCI program and receive intensive support from the SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions (CIHS) to improve the whole health of people with behavioral health issues.

The new PBHCI grantees include one North Carolina based agency. CONGRATULATIONS to Coastal Horizons Center, Inc.

For a complete list of the 93 grantees, go to

Laws Against Serving Intoxicated People in Bars Largely Ignored

Laws to Crack Down on Serving Intoxicated People in Bars Largely Ignored

From a November 13, 2012 post at The Partnership at

“Laws prohibiting bars and restaurants from serving intoxicated people can be an effective way to reduce alcohol-related motor vehicle crashes and violence, but the provisions in most states are poorly drafted and rarely enforced, according to two experts on alcohol policy” It goes on to suggest that “…an effective way to reduce Driving Under the Influence (DUI) incidents is to focus on the relatively small percentage of drinking establishments that repeatedly serve intoxicated patrons. Law enforcement often knows which ones these are because of the repeated calls for service that typically occur. After every DUI arrest or crash, the offender should be asked where they were drinking as a routine part of the investigation. The data can be compiled to identify potential problem establishments. Law enforcement can meet with the owner and manager, alert them to the problem, and suggest Responsible Beverage Service programs that focus both on management policies and staff training. If problems persist, a targeted law enforcement effort can be initiated. This approach can greatly reduce the costs of SIP law enforcement and focus limited resources on the establishments most likely to be SIP law violators.”

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