Our Grantees

We support partners advancing patient-centered, innovative, evidence-based solutions to make the greatest impact on the crisis. Our grantees are educating health care providers, patients, and the public, developing innovative and effective treatment models, and informing payment and other policies to ensure access to care.

Don't Quit the Quit

PI: Maridee Shogren, DNP, CNM

Amount: $599,179
Timeline: February 2020 – 2022

The Don’t Quit the Quit program aims to improve access to evidence-based medications for opioid use disorder and perinatal and postpartum recovery services for women in rural communities in North Dakota who are pregnant, parenting, and breastfeeding. As part of the program, the University of North Dakota will be providing culturally-sensitive clinical training to health care professionals, doulas, and Women, Infants, and Children program providers.

Improving Access to the Continuum of Care for Opioid Use Disorder for Low-Income Adolescents and Young Adults

PI: Lisa Clemans-Cope, PhD

Amount: $571,183
Timeline: February 2020 – 2022

The Urban Institute is working to identify gaps in opioid use disorder–related services and deficits in substance use prevention, screening, and brief intervention services for low-income adolescents and young adults. It’s also helping to identify Medicaid polices that would help to eliminate them.