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Garrett Lee Smith Campus Suicide Prevention
RFA No. SM-13-009
Pre-application Technical Assistance Webinar
Thursday May 23, 2013
3:00 PM EST
Call-in Number: (800) 593-9933
Conference Number PW 2480793
Pass code: 4093817
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Garrett Lee Smith Campus Suicide Prevention
Pre-application Technical Assistance Webinar
Thursday May 23, 2013
3:00 PM EST
Call-In Number: (800) 593-9933
Conference No. PW 2480793
Pass code: 4093817
If you are experiencing technical difficulties, please press *0
NOTE
The recording of this webinar will be
posted on the SAMHSA website:
http://www.samhsa.gov/grants/2013/sm-13-009.aspx
It will posted through June 10, 2013
SAMHSA Staff: Introductions
Suicide Prevention
Branch
Office of Financial
Resources
Project Officers:
Grants Management
Specialists:
• Rosalyn Blogier, Team
Coordinator
• Gwendolyn Simpson
• Jennifer Cappella
• Darrell Russ
• Portland Ridley
AGENDA
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Brief Background about SAMHSA
Scope and Purview of Program
Eligibility and Award Information
Budget and Funding Restrictions
Cost Sharing Requirements
Application Review Criteria
Application Submission Process
SAMHSA’s Direction
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Mission: To reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental
illness on America’s communities.
Roles:
● Voice and Leadership
● Funding-Service Capacity Development
● Information and Communications
● Regulation and Standard Setting
● Improve Practice
Strategic Initiatives
SAMHSA’s Key Messages
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Behavioral health is essential to health
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Prevention works
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Treatment is effective
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People recover
SAMHSA’s Strategic Initiatives
www.samhsa.gov/about/strategy.aspx
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1. Prevention of Substance Abuse and Mental Illness
2. Trauma and Justice
3. Military Families—Active, Guard, Reserve, and Veteran
4. Recovery Support
5. Health Reform
6. Health Information Technology
7. Data, Quality, and Outcomes—Demonstrating Results
8. Public Awareness, Education and Support
Garrett Lee Smith Campus Suicide Prevention Grants
In 2004 the Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Act was passed
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2005-Cohort I
21 grantees
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2006-Cohort II
34 grantees
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2008-Cohort III
16 grantees
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2009-Cohort IV
22 grantees
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2011-Cohort V
21 grantees
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2012 –Cohort VI
39 grantees
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2013 – Cohort VII
21 grantees (anticipated)
Award Information and Appropriations
(RFA Executive Summary)
• Funding Opportunity Title:
Campus Suicide Prevention Grant
• Funding Opportunity Number:
SM-13-009
• Due Date for Applications:
June 10, 2013
• Anticipated Available Funding:
$ 2,952,969 million
• Estimated Number of Awards:
21
• Estimated Award Amount:
• Cost Sharing/Match Required
Up to $102,000 per year
Yes
• Length of Project Period:
Up to 3 years
Eligibility
(Section III-1 )
• Public and private institutions of higher
education
• Consortium
• Prior GLS Campus Suicide Prevention
award recipients are not eligible
• Administration of grant
Purpose
1.
Prevention of suicide attempts and completions
2.
Needs/Infrastructure Development/Enhanced
Capacity
3. SAMHSA’s Strategic Initiative : Prevention of
Substance Abuse and Mental Illness
4. High risk groups: LGBT, American Indian/Alaska
Natives, military family members and veterans
6 Allowable Activities (Section 2.1)
1.
2.
Training programs
Networking infrastructure to link campus with care
providers from community
3. Educational seminars
4. Linkage to National Suicide Prevention, Lifeline,
community hotline or creation of college-based hotlines
5. Informational materials for the campus community
6. Educational materials for family members
Non Allowable Activities
Funding Restrictions (Appendix D)
• Direct substance abuse clinical services or
treatment
• Direct mental health clinical services or
treatment
• Therapy, counseling, medication management,
development of treatment plans
These non-fundable activities cannot be used toward
match costs/ in- kind contributions
Other Funding Restrictions (Appendix D)
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Fee-for-service payments
Tuition waivers, tuition reimbursement, remission
Scholarships, Fellowships, Student Aid
Stipends
Curriculum fees
Incentives for staff and faculty members
These non-fundable activities cannot be used toward
match costs/ in- kind contributions
Data Collection and Performance
Measurement (Section 2.3)
There are 3 components to Evaluation:
1. Cross-site Evaluation
2. TRAC (Transformational Accountability) used for
Performance Measurement
3. Local Performance Assessment
Data collection, evaluation, and performance
measurement costs cannot exceed
20% of your budget
Budget
( Grant Project Period: 3 Years)
Estimated Award Amount
• Up to $102,000 per year (direct and indirect costs)
• Directs costs: Salaries, benefits, equipment,
supplies, contractual, and travel
• Indirect Costs: Administrative costs or “overhead”
costs (i.e. central adminstrative services, electricity)
• “Research Indirect cost” rate is not allowed
Cost Sharing and Match Requirements
(Section III-2)
• Provide a $1 match for every $1 in federal
funds
• Match must be met by the end of the 3-year
grant period
• Match must be used for activities directly
related to your project
• Match funds must be itemized separately in
the Budget section
Questions?
Dial *1 on your phone to ask a question
Application Evaluation Criteria
Overview of the Project Narrative
(Sections A-D)
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Describes your project
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Includes the Evaluation Criteria
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Scored according to the quality of your response
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No longer than 25 pages
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Place the required information in the correct
section
Evaluation Criteria
Section A: Statement of Need (15 Points)
• Provide demographic information on population to
be served
• Document the need for an enhanced infrastructure
• Describe the need for each of the six fundable
activities & current efforts to address those needs
• Indicate which of the six activities are proposed for
funding
• You do not need to use grant funds to pay for all of
the allowable activities
Evaluation Criteria
Section B: Proposed Approach (30 Points)
• Describe purpose with a clear statement of its goals and
objectives
• Describe the needs of high-risk students and plan to
address needs
• Describe problem, goals/outcomes, and implementation
for activity
• Include program management timeline
• Describe a plan to continue project after the funding
period ends
Evaluation Criteria
Section B: Proposed Approach (continued)
Provide an estimated percentage and/or dollar amount of
the grant award allocated for each category for each grant
year:
1. Infrastructure Development
2. Mental Illness Prevention/Promotion
3. Data Collection, Performance, Assessment (no more than
20% of annual budget)
4. Grant Administration
Evaluation Criteria
Section C: Staff, Management, Relevant Experience (25 Points)
• Describe capability and experience in public/campus
health, mental and behavioral health and suicide
prevention
• Provide a list of staff positions for the project,
showing the role, level of effort and qualifications
• Describe key staff experience and qualifications
• Describe the resources available for the proposed
project (e.g., facilities, equipment)
Evaluation Criteria
Section D: Data Collection & Performance Measurement
(30 Points)
• Document ability to collect/report on the
required performance measures
• Describe plan for data collection,
management, analysis & reporting
• Describe data and its use in project
management & quality improvement
• Coordinate with Cross-Site Evaluation and
GPRA compliance
Budget Justification, Existing Resources &
Other Support
1. Submit a Budget for Each Grant Year
2. Budget Section Format: Use the sample budget
template in Appendix F
3. Budget Section includes 2 parts:
• Table showing Breakdown by Cost Category for
Requested Costs and Non-Federal Match Costs
• Narrative justifying and describing Requested Costs
and Non-Federal Match Costs
4. Data Collection/Evaluation budget category- Do not
exceed 20% of total grant award per year
Evaluation Criteria
Sections E, F, and G: Supporting Documents
Section E: Literature Citations
Section F:
Biographical Sketches (not more than 2 pages)
& Job Descriptions (no more than 1 page)
Section G: Confidentiality and SAMHSA
Participant Protection/Human Subjects
Section G: Confidentiality & Participant
Protection and Human Subjects Regulations
• No page limit
• Use guidelines contained in Appendix H
• Respond to ALL seven elements in the
guidelines
• Carefully review Protection of Human Subjects
Regulations
Questions?
Dial *1 on your phone to ask a question
Office of Financial Resources
Your Grants Management Specialists
Gwen Simpson
[email protected]
240-276-1408
Darrell Russ
[email protected]
240-276-1517
Grants Management
• Content and Format of Application
• Submission Process
• Deadline Date
Application Package
• There are 12 required application components
(Section 2.2)
• Checklist for Application Formatting Requirements
(Section 2.3 and Appendix A)
Applications that do not comply with formatting
requirements or 12 components will be
screened out and not reviewed.
Application Submission Requirements
( Section IV-3 and Appendix B)
• Application are due by 11:59 PM (Eastern Time) on
June 10, 2013
• Paper Applications will NOT be accepted
• Must submit applications electronically through
http://www.grants.gov
• Read Appendix B for detailed instructions on the
electronic submission of applications
Questions for Grants Management?
Dial *1 on your phone to ask a question
Office of Financial Resources
Your Grants Management Specialists
Gwen Simpson
[email protected]
240-276-1408
Darrell Russ
[email protected]
240-276-1517
SAMHSA Resources
• Developing Competitive SAMHSA Grant Applications
http://www.samhsa.gov/Grants/TA/index.aspx
• Guidelines for Assessing Cultural Competence
http://www.samhsa.gov/Grants/guide_culture.aspx
• SAMHSA National Registry of Evidence-based
Programs and Practices
http://nrepp.samhsa.gov
Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) Resources
• SAMHSA Grantees page
http://www.sprc.org/grantees/index.asp
• State data sheets
http://www.sprc.org/stateinformation/datash
eets.asp
• SPRC Library
http://library.sprc.org/browse.php?catid=9
• Best Practices Registry for Suicide Prevention
http://www.sprc.org/featured_resources/bpr/index.asp
SPRC Resources (cont)
• Taking Action
http://www.sprc.org/taking_action/index.asp
• Data-driven planning model
http://www.sprc.org/library/datadriven.pdf
• Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk
http://www.sprc.org/traininginstitute/amsr/clincomp.asp
• National Center for Suicide Prevention
Training Online Workshops
http://www.sprc.org/traininginstitute/online_training.asp
NOTE
The recording of this webinar will be
posted on the SAMHSA website:
http://www.samhsa.gov/grants/2013/SM-13-009.aspx
It will posted through June 10, 2013
FAQ
The Frequently Asked Questions
document will be posted on the
SAMHSA website:
http://www.samhsa.gov/grants/2013/sm-13-009.aspx
It will posted through June 10, 2013
Questions?
Dial *1 on your phone to ask a question
Contact Information
Rosalyn Blogier
GLS Campus Suicide Prevention
Team Coordinator &
Government Project Officer
[email protected]
240-276-1842
Portland Ridley
GLS Campus Suicide Prevention
Government Project Officer
[email protected]
240-276-1848
Jennifer Cappella
GLS Campus Suicide Prevention
Government Project Officer
[email protected]
240-276-MMM
SAMHSA Principles
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People
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Partnership
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Stay focused on the goal.
Cannot do it alone.
Performance
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Make a measurable difference.
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