A SBA 8(a) Certified Firm
SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER - MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM (SUD-MH)
ADCS serves as an extension of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) by providing Technical Assistance Reviews of the Alterations/Repairs of health care centers nation-wide through government funding of federal grants.
PURPOSE OF SUD-MH: The purpose of this grant program is to expand access to quality integrated substance use disorder (SUD) prevention and treatment services, including those addressing opioid use disorder (OUD) and other emerging SUD issues, to best meet the health needs of the population serviced by the health center; and/or,
Expand access to quality integrated menal health services with a focus on conditions that increase risk for, or co-occur with SUD, including OUD.
OVERVIEW: One-time funds may be used to renovate space (clinical, administrative, etc) and converting offices, storage, etc. for use that supports the SUD-MH purpose.
ADCS' ROLE: Architectural Design and Consulting Services provides Technical Assistance Reviews for the Department of Health & Human Services under it's multi-year SBA 8(a) contract vehicle. ADCS reviews designs submitted by health-care applicants whose facilities qualify for the federal funding, up to $500,000 per Health Center Applicant per federal funding requests, excluding movable equipment costs.