Dare Mighty Things Provides Services in Support of SAMHSA Strategies

By February 28, 2017News

April 2012

The Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, (SAMHSA), recently awarded a contract to Dare Mighty Things, in partnership with the Educational Development Center (EDC), to provide services that will assist in meeting SAMHSA’s Strategic Initiatives. Through this IDIQ contract, Dare Mighty Things will provide Training and Technical Assistance in three primary strategic areas of concern to SAMHSA. This will include issues related to behavioral health as it pertains to military families; to youth involved in or at risk of involvement in the criminal justice system; and issues to related to working with military families.

Dare Mighty Things will focus on high risk youth, as well as other Task Order topics such as change management, infrastructure development, and benchmarking for community-based agencies–especially important as related to managing the impact of health reform.

For more information about DMT’s work with Youth, Military Families and other vulnerable populations, explore the portfolio page of our website at portfolio.daremightythings.com.