It is the responsibility of the Applicant to reveiw all attachments listed in the section below, including the Application Guidance.
The issuance of the Application in no way constitutes a committment by IDPH to award a contract.
Excerpts from the Application:
The purpose of this Application Guidance is to provide eligible applicants information on completion of the application for the County Substance Abuse Program. Services covered by this application include education, prevention, referral or post-treatment services.
1.02 Project and Contract Period
Funding during the defined project period is dependent on approval of the Application, contractor performance during the fiscal year, compliance with general and special conditions of the contract, availability of project funds, program modifications, or any other grounds determined by the Department to be in the Department’s best interest. The Department expects the contract period to be a one-year term from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020.
The issuance of this Application Guidance in no way constitutes a commitment by the Department to award a contract.
1.03 Eligible Applicants
Applicants must meet each of the following eligibility requirements for consideration.
Local Boards of Supervisors (BOS) are and will be the only entity eligible to apply for and serve as the contractor for the County Substance Abuse Program contract. BOS through Local Boards of Health (LBOH) have jurisdiction over public health matters in their designated geographic area. A Local Public Health Agency may not apply in response to this posting. All Iowa counties are eligible.
Electronic Communication Requirements
Applicant is required to maintain and provide to the Department, upon application, a current and valid email account for electronic communications with the Department.
Official email communication from the Department regarding this application will be issued from firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants are required to assure these communications are received and responded to accordingly.
1.04 Service Delivery Area
Service Delivery area is the county represented by the eligible applicant.
The source of funding is Sunday Sales-Liquor Fees Alcoholic Beverage Control, as per Iowa Code
Chapter 123.36(7) and 123.143(1).
Applicants may apply for the allocated amount as designated per county for the contract period. A
county Board of Supervisors (BOS) may apply for up to $10,000 for the total one-year period for a
county-operated substance abuse program.
Actual total awards and individual contract funding levels may vary from that listed or funding may be withdrawn completely, depending on availability of funding or any other grounds determined by the Department to be in the Department’s best interests.
Funding requirements include a 3:1 match (three parts county funds to one part Department
funds). No state or federal funds may be used as match. County in-kind match may be utilized
in compliance with 2 CFR 215.23 “Uniform administrative requirements for grants and
agreements….” (See LINKS section of the Funding Opportunity). The reported match must be
used for the substance abuse program.
1.06 Schedule of Important Dates
The table below lists critical dates in the application and contract award process. Contractors are encouraged to review the entire Application Guidance for detailed information about events, dates, times and sites.
Application Guidance and Supporting Documents Issued
April 19, 2019
During Posting period of the Funding Opportunity
Application Due Date
May 16, 2019