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  • Ann Tucker

Increases for Priority Programs Reflected in Spending Package

President Biden recently signed into law a $1.5 trillion spending package, which contains FY 2022 funding levels for HHS, ONDCP, and DOJ priority programs:

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

- SAPT Block Grant: $1.908 billion (+$50 M)

- SOR Grant: $1.525 billion (+$25 M)

- MAT-PDOA: $101 million (+$10 M)

- Drug Courts: $70 million

- SBIRT: $31.8 million (+$1.8 M)

- PPW: $34.9 million (+$2 M)

- CMHS Block Grant: $857 million (+$100 M)

Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

- Peer Support Specialists in the OUD Workforce: $14 million (+$1 M)

- STAR Loan Repayment Program: $24 million (+$8 M)

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