Grantees & Contractors

Grantees & Contractors

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Resources for Grantees & Contractors

As a grantee or contractor of the Health Department's Division of Substance Use Programs (DSU), you are responsible to submit required forms, adhere to federal and state regulations and demonstrate that funds are used in accordance with your agreements.

As a grantee or contractor, you are required to submit and keep the following forms up-to-date and on file with the state:

  • Insurance Certificate
  • Provider/Contractor Summary forms
  • W-9 (must be signed)
  • SAM Account, if required

You can also find information about System for Award Management (SAM) federal requirements. The state uses specific grant and contract templates with state standard attachments that grantees and contractors can review.


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As a grantee, you are required to submit reports according to the schedule specified in your grant. Find your program's reporting forms and guidance documents below.

Health campaigns related to alcohol and other drug use. Resources for grantees and partners.

Active Requests for Proposals (RFP), Requests for Information (RFI) and Requests for Applications (RFA) opportunities.

As a grantee or contractor, you are required to adhere to federal and state regulations. All grants and contracts contain references to federal and state statutes, federal and state rules and regulations, and state agency policies.