The Partnership for Success (PFS) grant is a federally funded grant program administered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). This grant requires states to use the successful evidence-based prevention systems and structures put in place through their completed Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant (SPF SIG).
The grant has been awarded to Central Valley Health District (CVHD) and nine other high need local public health units and tribes by the North Dakota Department of Human Services. Central Valley Health will use the PFS Grant is to address substance misuse among youth in Stutsman and Logan counties, specifically concentrating on underage drinking of those ages 12 to 20 years of age.
Central Valley Health District will work to decrease underage drinking through understanding the unique risk factors and behaviors in each of the communities we serve. Through building relationships in each community we will gain a better understanding of the specific needs of each community. Currently, CVHD has begun to implement several evidence-based strategies through the PFS grant with plans to carry out more in the coming years.
Program Contact Information
Partnership for Success Community Grant Coordinator