Letter of Intent Deadline:
CDC Rigorous Evaluation of Strategies to Prevent Overdose through Linking People with Illicit Substance Use Disorders to Recovery Support Services (R01)
Letters of Intent are requested by 1/17/2022; a letter of intent is not required.
Eligible applicant organizations may submit more than one application to this NOFO, provided that each application is scientifically distinct. However, applicant institutions can submit only one application with the same contact PD/PI.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC) is soliciting investigator-initiated research that will support the identification and rigorous evaluation of effective strategies that link people in recovery for illicit substance use disorders to at least one evidence-based recovery support service available within their community, and, if needed, re-link people to such services following resumption of illicit substance use. Research is needed to evaluate strategies that are tailored to the individual to increase recovery capital and maintain recovery, or initiate return to care, among people with illicit substance use disorders through linkage to programs and services that help support recovery over time (i.e., recovery support services). Recovery support services can improve the quality of personal relationships among patients with illicit substance use disorders, increase the number of low-risk people in their social networks, and provide access to tangible resources such as training and employment opportunities to support and sustain their long-term recovery.