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Community-based organization grantees awarded

Congratulations to the Community Based Organizations (CBOs) awarded contracts for the 21-23 biennium. The funding was awarded to 16 CBOs, totaling $1,666,730. DBHR is enthusiastic to continue partnerships and begin new ones as we increase capacity to implement direct and environmental alcohol, tobacco, opioid, and other drug prevention services, as well as Mental Health Promotion Projects and Suicide Prevention Projects across Washington State.

Community Based Organizations for the 21-23 biennium

Name of awarded organization Communities served

Boys and Girls Club of Washington

Clarkston, Kennewick, Sequim, Pasco, Moses Lake, Bellevue, Seattle, Chehalis, Tacoma, Bremerton, Granite Falls, Wellpinit, Mukilteo, Lummi Nation, Tulalip, Yelm, Lacey, Ferndale

Cascade Community Health Care

Lewis County

Daybreak Youth Services

Spokane County

Educational Service District 105

Kittitas and Yakima Counties

Funhouse Commons

Orcas Island, San Juan County

Joyce L Sobel Family Resources Center

San Juan Island, San Juan County

Korean Women's Association

Yakima County

Lewis County

Lewis County

Lopez Island Family Resource Center

Lopez Island, San Juan County

Monroe School District

Snohomish County

Mt. Adams School District

Yakima County

Neighborhood House

King County

Okanogan Community Coalition

Okanogan County

Raymond School District / Lifeline Connections

Lewis and Pacific Counties

United General

Skagit County

Washington State University


This funding was awarded through the Substance Use Disorder Prevention (SUD Px) and Mental Health Promotion Project (MHPP) Community-Based Organization (CBO) Enhancement Grants (RFA NO. 2021HCA2), and includes funding from the Dedicated Marijuana Account and Mental Health Promotion Project.