A: The screening tool you are referring to is actually a referral screening form. It is attached. MHJJ Referral Form (pdf)
A: Per the NOFO, Section C. Eligibility Information, 1. Eligible Applicants, in the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO), all potential applicants are eligible.
A: There is no other guidance coming out. The additional information in the Criteria states "include" which means that this information in particular should be addressed in the Proposal. All other information needed is based on the NOFO.
A: You should apply for an amount within the award range based on what you propose to do to meet the deliverables of the NOFO requirements and the associated costs.
A: The provider can make direct referrals and/or go through the youth's MCO/IHH.
A: It is a combination of both. Service linkage is provided through referrals from outside sources as well as through community outreach by the liaison. Please see the links for the PPR and PRTP information in Section D, 2 of the NOFO.
A: You can find this on the GATA Grantee Portal under Budget. The most up-to-date budget is the FY20 one.
A: DHS is typically divided into 5 regions. This grant seeks statewide coverage.
A: Grants are awarded by Agency and each agency should identify which county(s) they plan to cover.
A: We recommend one agency and one budget per proposal.
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