The general proposal allows flexibility for you to build-your-own proposal; you can submit any project related to opioid prevention, treatment, and recovery. We want you to assess your community’s needs and propose a solution to address existing gaps in services.
The funding is intended for the creation or expansion of opioid prevention, treatment, and recovery projects. The money is not meant to replace or supplant existing funding. Exhibit E, found at www.arorp.org/funding-opportunities/, specifies exactly how settlement funds must be used. The ARORP Advisory Board will use Exhibit E guidelines to evaluate your proposal.
No, applications are designed to be user-friendly.
The deadline for the coalition partnership empowerment (COPE) proposal is March 15, 2023. None of the other proposal types have deadlines. Please take your time with your application as there is no rush.
There is no limit to the number of applications an organization can submit and, because the funding will be available for over a decade, we encourage you to give each project the attention and focus it needs to be successful.
If you do not meet your proposed goals and objectives, funding will be recouped by ARORP.
Because ARORP settlement funds are owned by Arkansas cities and counties, you will need the mayor(s) and county judge(s) in your jurisdiction to sign off on your proposal. When approaching your mayor(s) or judge(s), we recommend that you request a meeting to provide a brief overview of your proposed project. Be respectful of your city and county leadership.
Visit www.arorp.org/news/ and www.arorp.org/progress/ to see examples of projects funded across the state.
Plan to submit itemized quotes rather than rough estimations. If you have a line item for “staff training,” for example, please break out the trainings you plan to attend as well as line items for each travel expense.