Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction - AODA*
Maximum Grant Amount
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction is accepting applications for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention Program Grants.
This program is designed to help local school districts utilize their staff and program resources to develop comprehensive AODA programs. The DPI provides assistance to school districts to develop comprehensive AODA programs which encompass both prevention and intervention services.
Prevention programs are designed to help students avoid or minimize future problems related to alcohol and other drug use, while intervention programs are designed to help students who are already experiencing problems. Resources are provided to districts in four general categories: training, technical assistance, information dissemination, and grants. The discretionary grant program supports the development and expansion of district-wide comprehensive, kindergarten through grade 12, alcohol and other drug abuse prevention and early intervention programming as part of a coordinated school health program.
Amount of Funds Available:
$15,000 for school districts with a total enrollment of less than 3,000;
$25,000 for school districts with a total enrollment of 3,000 to 80,000
$45,000 for school districts with a total enrollment over 80,000.
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