Qualified nonprofits and government agencies may submit through Aug. 25 letters of intent to apply for funding from the Foundation for Opioid Response Efforts to improve access to opioid use disorder treatment and recovery services. FORE plans to award grants to programs that aim to improve and reform the continuum of care for vulnerable and high-risk populations, such as rural communities, veterans and LGBT groups. Applicants may request up to $300,000 annually for up to two years. For more on how to apply, visit www.forefdn.org, attend the Aug. 1 informational webinar or email info@forefdn.org.

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