Human and Public Services
CBO Program | Substance Abuse | Funding Opportunities
Low to moderate income households may receive a variety of public services such as emergency food, childcare, health services, and youth and family services. These types of services plus projects that have a particular urgency are funded by Missoula County through the CBO program administered by the Department of Grants and Community Programs staff. Staff administer County funding on behalf of local agencies and coordinate activities with other agencies to establish a common understanding of basic needs assistance and to connect at-risk citizens with available services.
Quarterly Reporting for CBO
Payments to CBOs will be made based on submittal of quarterly financial and program narrative reports. Quarterly reports should incorporate the outcome measures outlined in your application and clearly and concisely address how County funding is used to further the goals stated in your application.
Copies of report forms for quarterly reporting purposes are listed below. The financial report is in Excel and the narrative report is in Word.
CBO Contract Financial Report (Excel)
CBO Quarterly Report Narrative (Word)
Quarterly reports are due on the 20th day of the month after the end of each quarter (October 20, 2012, January 20, 2013, April 20, 2013, and July 20, 2013) and may be mailed to your Grants Administrator at this address:
Department of Grants and Community Programs
200 W Broadway
Missoula MT 59802
Governmental or non-profit organization that engages in substance abuse prevention work in Missoula County may be eligible for funding. To be eligible for funding, one or more of the following criteria must be met and activities must be research based:
- Maintains a coalition that coordinates substance abuse prevention efforts;
- Provides community education about the risks and costs of abusing alcohol, tobacco and other drugs;
- Offers supervised non-school hour activities that give young people alternatives to drug use and opportunities for positive youth development; or
- Provides early intervention to help youth and families address alcohol, tobacco and other drug problems.
For more information on this program, contact Peggy Seel, Senior Grants Administrator at 258-4743 or email email@example.com