444-26-1544 GA Substance Use Prevention Program Evaluation
To apply for a SFY2021 DHS SUPR award for the same services you were providing in SFY2020, all grantees must first complete the Pre-Qualification Process and FY21 Internal Controls Questionnaire (ICQ) through the Grantee Portal, see steps 1-7. No application will be considered without pre-qualifications and ICQ completed and submitted.
The Grant Application and Programmatic Risk Assessment (PRA) are to be completed for every program/grant. Before submitting the Programmatic Risk Assessment please print a copy and retain for your reference. You will not be able to print, view or edit the PRA after you submit it.
When submitting an application, make sure that both documents (application and budget) are submitted together. Incomplete applications may be disqualified resulting in loss of funding.
- Grant Application: GA 1544 SAEV (pdf)
- Uniform Grant Budget Template
The Grant Application file must be named "Your Organization's Name 21-444-26-1544 GA Shantel High.pdf"
The Budget file must be named "Your Organization's Name 21-444-26-1544 Budget Shantel High.pdf"
Complete applications must be emailed.
Your organizations name and the Catalog of State Financial Assistance (CSFA) Number and the program contact must be on the subject line. Specifically, the subject line of your email must be:
Your Organization's Name, 21-444-26-1544, Shantel High
Submit the completed grant proposal by sending an email to DHS.GrantApp@Illinois.Gov on or before April 23, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.
If you have trouble emailing the document due to the file size, please utilize the CMS File Transfer Utility located at https://filet.illinois.gov/filet/PIMupload.asp. Please follow the instructions to attach your application. Remember to include the subject line above.
After your application and budget is approved you will receive a Notice Of State Award (NOSA), that must be accepted through the Grantee Portal before an agreement can be issued.
Please enter approved budget into CSA after accepting the NOSA.