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Caroline & Talbot Counties

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Wicomico County

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MSBH will be participating in the Mid-Shore Out of the Darkness Walk on October 8th, and invites partners and the community to help us bring awareness about suicide prevention. You can start a team for free and invite your colleagues and community to join you. There are also sponsorship opportunities available.

You can also join or donate to MSBH's team.


The Maryland Department of Health, Behavioral Health Administration (MDH-BHA), Clinical Services, Adults and Older Adults Division, Office of Treatment Services, announces the availability of $2,947,364 in funding for the implementation of Contingency Management Initiative (CMI) for State Fiscal Years SFY 2022 through SFY 2023, having a Performance Period of May 01, 2022, through March 14, 2023. Funding for this project is provided through the Substance Abuse Prevention & Treatment Block Grant (“COVID-19 Supplemental-SABG” awarded to the State of Maryland, by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). BHA intends to provide funding to community-based outpatient substance use providers to implement this initiative within their existing program structure.


The Contingency Management Initiative (CMI) will support activities to implement an evidence-based practice (EBP) that will be utilized in community-based outpatient (OP) substance use disorder (SUD) treatment programs statewide with special emphasis on jurisdictions with demonstrated need to help mitigate overdose and overdose deaths. Contingency Management often called motivational incentives is a type of behavioral therapy rooted in the basis of operant conditioning. This type of treatment provides rewards for the desired behaviors such as negative drug tests, improved group attendance, and improved treatment participation. View NOFA here.

Continuum of Care Announcements

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Mid Shore Continuum of Care (CoC) partners with Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) to identify eligible households for Emergency Housing Voucher program.

FY21 Mid Shore Continuum of Care Consolidated Application

Please find the Mid Shore Roundtable on Homelessness 2021 CoC Consolidated Application which consists of the CoC Application and Priority Listing, links below.  Both of these documents are being posted for public review and comment.  The Roundtable values your input so please review them both thoroughly!

Please send any comments or edits to Jazzmine Davis in writing via email by 3:00 p.m. Friday, November 12, 2021 as the application will be submitted to HUD via ESnaps on Sunday, November 14, 2021 by 4pm. The final application will be posted on this website and emailed out to the Roundtable once it has been submitted. Post date 11.10.21.

The FY2021 Mid Shore CoC NOFO application was submitted via ESnaps on Sunday, November 14th.

FY2021 CoC Notice of Available Funding

On September 9th, 2021, the Mid Shore Roundtable on Homelessness made a public announcement of the official opening of HUD’s FY2021 Continuum of Care Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) Competition. This year will be a normal NOFO year which means the NOFO consists of our CoC Consolidated Application and Project Applications.  In order for our Project Applications to be reviewed by the Roundtable they must be submitted via ESnaps by Monday, October 4 by COB to allow the Roundtable Executive Committee adequate time to review.  Project applicants will be notified no later than Friday, October 15th by COB on the status of their application (whether it has been accepted or reject by the CoC). The final combined NOFO Application must be submitted in ESnaps by Tuesday, November 16th at 8:00pm EST.

This is the tool that the Mid Shore Roundtable on Homelessness Executive Committee will use to score and rank project applications received for the FY2021 NOFO competition. The tool includes threshold requirements, objective criteria, and system performance criteria.

The Mid Shore Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) provides a brief summary of what ERAP can cover, who is eligible, and how to access the funds in each county for those affected by the public health emergency (COVID-19).