Community Overdose Engagement (CODE)
Phase Two: Frequently Asked Questions
The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) is offering awards up to $10,000 to municipalities for the implementation of one or more initiatives aligned with Governor Raimondo’s Overdose Prevention Action Plan.
These Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) provide detailed answers to common inquiries related to CODE Phase Two grant funding.
Please use the resources linked below to guide the development and execution of your comprehensive initiative.
Funding requirements and timeline:
December 10, 2018: Informational TA call
December 31, 2018: Letter of Intent (LOI) due
January 11, 18, or 25, 2019: Evaluation TA Session at RIDOH.
February 1, 2019: Application and Budget Narratives due. RIDOH will review and provide feedback, if necessary.
May 30, 2019: Work Plan activities must be completed. Final report due to RIDOH.
FOR A COPY OF THE PHASE TWO APPLICATION - CONTACT RIDOH USING THE EMAILS BELOWQ
Funding requirements - Jessica Swanson and Gina Deluca, RIDOH
Evaluations and suggested evidence-based initiatives – Dahianna Lopez, RIDOH
CODE Phase Two Resources
The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) Drug Overdose Prevention Program offers this collection of evidence-based and innovative initiatives based on the four strategies of Governor Gina M. Raimondo’s Overdose Prevention Action Plan: Prevention, Rescue, Treatment, and Recovery
Rhode Island Community Overdose Engagement (CODE) Phase 2 grant funding is for implementation of short-term initiatives that are either evidence-based or innovative.