Bowman Client Update Maintenance Scheduled for 1/28/2018 In response to the recently discovered "Meltdown" vulnerability, we will be performing proactive data center maintenance to secure our hosting environment and production servers. This maintenance window is scheduled to occur between Sunday, January 28th at 11pm CST and Monday, January 29th at 3am CST. All services, including ServicePoint, ART, CommunityPoint, Qlik Sense, and SPERO will be unavailable on a rolling basis for a period of no more than 20 minutes at some point during this 4 hour maintenance window. Please review the official Meltdown and Spectre Customer Notification document found in the the "Libraries > HACS Development & Technical Information" area of the Mediware Customer Community to learn more about the preventative measures Mediware is taking to ensure we are adequately protected from this vulnerability. If you have any questions, please contact
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New Grant Opportunities Target Serious Mental Illness, Opioid Use, Homelessness, and Early Diversion
New Grant Opportunities SAMHSA Announces New Efforts To Advance Evidence-based Practices for Opioid Use and Serious Mental Illness SAMHSA is accepting applications for fiscal year 2018 Clinical Support System for Serious Mental Illness grants. The purpose of this program is to provide technical assistance (TA) for the implementation and provision of evidence-based treatment and recovery support programs for individuals living with serious mental illness (SMI). The program aims to establish a national center to deliver TA to providers, programs, and communities across the nation. SAMHSA's $14.5 million Clinical Support Services for SMI TA Center will provide training and education to providers across the country to treat the nation's most vulnerable populations. Learn More About This Program SAMHSA Is Accepting Applications for Up to $52 Million in Grants To Treat People Affected by Homelessness, Mental Health Disorders
Headlines: Applications Available for up to $52 Million in Grants to Treat People Affected by Homelessness, Mental Health Disorders
January 25, 2018 SAMHSA Headlines—Your one-stop source for the latest from SAMHSA. Funding SAMHSA is Accepting Applications for up to $52 Million in Grants to Treat People Affected by Homelessness, Mental Health Disorders S AMHSA is accepting applications for up to $52 million in grants under its Treatment for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness program. The money will be used to help local service providers offer behavioral health and recovery support services to people experiencing homelessness. SAMHSA is Accepting Applications for up to $13.4 Million in Grants for Law Enforcement and Behavioral Health Partnerships for Early Diversion Grant Program SAMHSA is accepting applications for the Law Enforcement and Behavioral Health Partnerships for Early Diversion grant program totaling up to $13.4 million over the next five years. The purpose of the program is to establish or expand programs that
Getting the Right Help for Opioid Dependence or Withdrawal The Federal Trade Commission, in partnership with SAMHSA, has developed a new fact sheet to help those in need of treatment for opioid dependence or withdrawal. The new fact sheet, Getting the Right Help for Opioid Dependence or Withdrawal , provides information on how to obtain proper and safe help for the treatment of opioid dependence or withdrawal and is available in English and Spanish. Read This Fact Sheet in English Read this Fact Sheet in Spanish If you or someone you know is considering treatment, please visit SAMHSA's Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator to find a reputable treatment facility near you in a quick, confidential online search.
NOFA Announced for FY 2017 Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has released the much-anticipated Notice of Funding Announcement for the FY 2017 Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP). The YHDP will select up to 11 communities, including at least five rural communities, to support in developing and implementing a coordinated community plan to prevent and end youth homelessness.