Community Alliance for Prevention for Washburn County (CAP) is sending out a friendly reminder that the application period for the 2019 AODA Mini Grant is fast approaching.

$7500 has been allocated for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Mini-grants. The deadline is 2/28/19. Proposed activities must have a clearly defined AODA prevention message conveyed throughout the event.  New applicants are encouraged to apply.  Darin Gleason said, “This is your chance jump in and help the community, especially young people who are faced with many temptations throughout their formative years.”

Applicants must attend a meeting before the CAP sub-committee to explain what the event consists of and how an AODA prevention message will be presented. This is most likely occur in mid-March. The exact date has not been set. Announcement of awards will be by 4/1/19.

For more information, you may click on this link to the original article which gives a longer explanation of the AODA Mini-grants. Some restrictions apply.

Thank you. CAP looks forward to reviewing your Mini-grant proposal.

If there are any questions regarding the AODA mini-grants, feel free to contact Darin Gleason, CAP Chair and AODA Prevention Specialist for Washburn County.


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