Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS)
11/20/20 11:59 PM EDT
Grant to Ohio public colleges and universities, medical organizations, and other organizations for a partnership project involving data collection and evaluation for State Opioid Response grants. Applicants must demonstrate experience with reporting and data collection, including conducting follow-up interviews and providing training and technical assistance to interviewers.
OhioMHAS seeks to partner with a college or university, medical organization, or other organization with experience in grant evaluation and experience in achieving the required Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) survey data collection and reporting for Ohio’s two State Opioid Response (SOR) grants. The selected applicant will evaluate the grant performance, outcomes, and impact to the State of Ohio and provide training and support to the SOR providers in collecting required GPRA data; monitor and interpret data collected to determine whether an adequate number of GPRA are completed and evaluate data integrity; identify and provide services and supports to stakeholders that will promote the use of the GPRA; frequently interpret and report GPRA data, trends, and highlights to OhioMHAS, ADMAHS Boards and providers; assist with locating clients needing GPRA completed and implementing GPRA with clients when necessary to meet the collection and evaluation protocol.
The GPRA requires data collection and reporting for all patients who receive SOR funded services. Ohio SOR participating providers are responsible for the GPRA data collection and submission of data to the selected evaluator. Applicants must delineate in their response how they will collect, monitor, and support GPRA collection and how they will interpret, report, and disseminate information and findings. Applicants will coordinate and oversee the distribution of gift cards to clients who complete intake, 6 month, and discharge GPRA interviews. Applicants may also recommend additional measures and services intended to strengthen the efficacy of the evaluation process. The evaluation of the grant must also include a focus on sustainability, the impact of these funds, and the impact of the loss of these funds.
Training, Data Collection, and Reporting Responsibilities
The selected applicant will be awarded a sub-award. The Sub-Awardee is responsible for providing training, booster sessions, and technical assistance (TA) to Ohio SOR participating providers relating to GPRA data collection for the intake, discharge, and 6-month follow-up interviews and monitoring the GPRA data submitted for data integrity.
For more details on sub-awardee responsibilities, see pages 6-7 of the RFA in Supporting Documents below.
For information on permissible use of funds, see pages 7-8 of the RFA.
GrantWatch ID#: 192963
Grant awards will not exceed $2,064,297 (for SOR NCE and SOR 2.0 combined) in year one and $1,940,297 (for SOR 2.0) in year two.
Funding Period: October 1, 2020 – September 29, 2021
- A renewal for year two funding is anticipated, pending approval by SAMHSA.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
All applications must be submitted electronically to SORTreatment@mha.ohio.gov.
All questions must be submitted electronically to the above email address.
Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services
30 East Broad Street, 36th Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43215-3430
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