The Community Drug
Abuse Prevention Grant Program is available for the purpose of bringing an age
appropriate, innovative and fact based educational program to student, parents
and community members. The message is limited to the dangers and effects of the
illegal use of prescription drugs, illegal street drugs, synthetic drugs and
Since its inception in
1987, the Office of Attorney General (OAG) Grant Program has awarded more than
$1,712,900 to parent and community nonprofit organizations across
Pennsylvania. The OAG Grant Program is currently funded from the Substance
Abuse Education and Demand Reduction Fund established by Act 198 of 2002.
Apply for an OAG Community Drug Abuse Prevention
Applications are being
accepted. Grant period begins July 1, 2016 and will conclude on June 30, 2017.
To download our updated application, click here.
After downloading the application,
print out a blank form, type or write clearly on the form, and mail original signed documents to the
All grants will be
reviewed by the Director of Education and Outreach, an OAG Attorney and the Executive Staff.
Please contact the
following with any questions regarding the OAG Grant Program:
Anita McGovern, Executive Director
Community Drug Abuse Prevention Grant Program
Office of Attorney General
16th Floor, Strawberry Square
Harrisburg, PA 17120
Please note you will only be able to save a blank form with free
Acrobat Reader. You will not be able to save any changes to the document so
please review the form to ensure you have all the necessary information available
before you begin.
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