Providing technical assistance to Great Plains Area tribes and programs in preventing and responding to methamphetamine and other illicit drugs, suicide, and domestic violence.
The Meth and Suicide Prevention Initiative (MSPI) and Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative (DVPI) grants are funded by the Indian Health Service’s Division of Behavioral Health to promote the development and implementation of evidence-based and culturally appropriate prevention and treatment models for methamphetamine and suicide and domestic violence. GPTEC is funded to provide technical assistance within a few key areas to the MSPI Purpose Areas 1, 2, 3, and 4 and DVPI Purpose Areas 1 and 2 grantees.
The technical assistance provided by GPTEC will focus on establishing and monitoring baseline data relevant to their grant and focus area as well as the establishment/refinement of local data collection plans, both in line with the national evaluation plan for these grants. GPTEC will also be available to provide other technical assistance to funded tribes and programs as necessary/requested.
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