Grant Giving Program
ARCHway Institute’s Grant Giving Program
ARCHway awards grants to Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) to support treatment services, recovery housing, recovery community organizations, and early intervention efforts that serve individuals and families on a pathway to long-term recovery from substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders.
- ARCHway seeks applicants with innovative approaches to recovery that are also rooted in best practices.
- Grant requests should align with the mission of ARCHway Institute.
- ROSCs can apply at any time through the year, and grants are released on a quarterly basis – 4 times a year.
- Grant recipients will be required to submit a detailed report 6 months to 1 year after they have received the funds. This report must include program budget, demographics, and results, among other things.
Continue an Application
Treatment and recovery organizations wishing to apply for a grant through ARCHway can register below. This enables you to save your application and come back to it as needed.
Apply for an ARCHway Institute Grant
Requirements for Funding
It is anticipated that the ARCHway Institute may provide funds to organizations that further the ARCHway Institute’s exempt purposes through sponsorship or grants that further research and/or education related to mental health and addictive disorders. Organizations requesting funding or grants from the ARCHway Institute will be required to submit a proposal to the ARCHway Institute. The proposal must:
- Describe the activities in which such organization is engaged;
- The amount of funding requested;
- The type of research or educational program provided with statistical findings of such research to date;
- The topic of the educational program;
- Statements of income and loss;
- Projected costs for the period during which funding may be provided;
- The mission of the organization and whether such organization is tax-exempt under federal law,
- Any other information which may be requested in order to ensure that the research or educational programs which may be funded furthers the exempt purposes of the ARCHway Institute.