What We Do: Grants, Contracts and Awards
100 Pioneers for Smoking Cessation Virtual Leadership Academy, Phase II Award ($2,500), SAMHSA grant to UC San Francisco, 2010-2011.
National Institute on Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network, two-year grant, CTN-0046: Smoking Cessation and Stimulant Treatment (S-CAST): Evaluation of the Impact of Concurrent Outpatient Smoking-Cessation and Stimulant Treatment on Stimulant-Dependence Outcomes (U10DA15815 - subcontract from UCSF), $319,000/year, 2009-2011.
100 Pioneers for Smoking Cessation Virtual Leadership Academy Award ($1,000), SAMHSA grant to UC San Francisco, 2009-2010.
National Institute on Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network, two-year grant, CTN-0032: HIV Rapid Testing and Counseling in Drug Abuse Treatment Programs in the United States (U10DA15815 - subcontract from UCSF), $395,000/year, 2008-2010.
National Institute on Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network, California-Arizona Node, multi-year infrastructure grant (U10DA15815 - subcontract from UCSF), $45,000-$85,000/year, 2002-present.
Evaluation contract, Center for Mental Health Services, four year grant awarded to Jewish Family and Childrenís Services of S. Arizona (SAMHSA/NCTSN-TX U79 SM57216) Children and Adolescent Traumatic Stress Services: A Multi-Agency Collaboration, $72,000/year subcontract, 2004-2009.
Evaluation contract, Center for Mental Health Services two year grant awarded to Jewish Family and Childrenís Services of S. Arizona (GFA#SM03-005) - Tucson Coalition on Girls and Violence: A Multi-Agency Collaboration, $45,000/year subcontract, 2004-2007.
Arizona Disease Control Research Commission three-year grant (ID No. 7-039) - Comparing Smoking Cessation Treatments for Persons with Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders, $330,000 in direct costs, 2002-2005.
Evaluation component, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention three year grant (UD1 SP09568) - Mentoring and Family Strengthening, $955,600 in direct costs, 2001-2004.
Center for Substance Abuse Treatment four year grant (KD1 TI12539) - Evaluation of the ADMIRE Plus Program for Co-Occurring Disorders, $1,050,000 in direct costs, 2000-2004.
Pilot Program for Integrated Treatment Services for Seriously Mentally Ill Members with Co-occurring Substance Abuse Disorders, CSAT Grant to the Arizona Department of Behavioral Health through the Community Partnership of Southern Arizona, $150,000 in direct costs, 1999-2000.
National Institute on Drug Abuse five year grant (R01-DA08537) - Comparing Substance Abuse Treatments for Dual Diagnosis, $565,000 in direct costs, 1994-1999.
Evaluation and programmatic contracts, La Frontera Mariachi Foundation Grant - Wellness Program for Women with Depression, 1993.
Evaluation contract, Arizona Governor's Office of Drug Policy - Project Intervention: High Risk Youth Services Grant, Care-I Quincy Douglas Project, 1993.