Grants and funding
We would not be able to do our work in the schools and in the community without the support of our grant funders. The ATOD program is funded through several local, state and federal grants, which allow us to offer a wide array of services to the youth of Wood County. Our past and current grants include:
- School and Community Based (SCB) prevention grant (in Wood County since 1989): 77% funded by the Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board; 23% funded by local schools.
- Project A.W.A.R.E. Grant (October 2014-September 2019).
- Drug-Free Communities Grant (October 2014-Present).
- Reducing Alcohol Abuse in Secondary Students (RAASS) Grant (June 2008-June 2012) made possible by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools.
- Drug testing grant (June 2008-June 2012), made possible by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools.
- Safe Schools, Healthy Students grant/SHAPES Initiative (element 2, additional prevention programming for 4 years; grant received in 2009, ended in 2014).
- Wood County Juvenile Detention Center Grant - Represents a partnership between the ADAMHS Board, the Juvenile Detention Center, and the Wood County Educational Service Center to provide prevention education to incarcerated youth (2007-present).
- Northwest Ohio Strategic Alliance for Tobacco Control - a Tobacco Control and Prevention grant (2003-2009).