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The residents of Monroe County, Kentucky were initially reluctant to acknowledge the fact that in a statewide needs assessment their county was identified as an inhalant hotspot. Find out how the Monroe County Alliance used the SPF to transform their county from having the highest inhalant use rate in the state to one of the lowest.
Representative Richard Bennett, in collaboration with the Gulf Coast Substance Abuse Task Force, created and presented a bill on social hosting to the MS legislature in 2009. Although the bill died at committee level in 2009, it has been reintroduced yearly.
CSAP is pleased to announce the re-establishment of the PMRTS for the Minority AIDS Initiative (MAI) grant programs, which include Minority Serving Institutions in Partnerships with Community-Based Organizations (MSI CBO) 2013, 2014, and 2015 awardees and HIV Capacity Building Initiative (HIV CBI) 2015 awardees. The submission of data in the PMRTS will resume for three instruments:
OMB clearance has just been received for all three instruments, which can be found in the following link. http://www.samhsa.gov/grants/gpra-measurement-tools/csap-gpra (all instruments will be posted by May 9, 2016).
The schedule for data submission in the PMRTS is as follows:
Your information is crucial to the sustainability of CSAP’s MAI programs; it is imperative that you submit the data according to the prescribed schedule above.
If you have any questions related to data submission, please call your Project Officer. You may also reach our technical support staff at (844) 606-6288 or submit questions via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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