GRANTS AND FUNDING

School grants and funding are intended to provide support for enhancing educational experiences and maintaining the health and safety of institutions.

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Title Funds

Title funds, also known as Federal funds, act as supplementary financial support for schools and may be accessible through your state. Our vape detectors can be obtained using both Title I and Title IV funds.

Title I: Title I funds aim to support individuals who are at risk of falling short of the state’s academic achievement standards. Schools where over 40% of students come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds may have the opportunity to utilize these funds for school-wide initiatives, including the purchase of vape detectors.

Title IV: Title IV funds are intended to enhance the learning environment for students and promote the establishment of safe and healthy schools. Schools can allocate these funds to prevent the use of tobacco, smokeless tobacco, and e-cigarettes by purchasing vape detectors.

Resources

Grants.gov, is a comprehensive database that provides an array of funding opportunities for your institution. By utilizing Grants.gov, you have the opportunity to search and discover grants that align with your particular needs and interests.
 
SAMHSA, also known as the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, is an entity functioning within the framework of the United States Department of Health and Human Services. The main objective of this organization is to provide the correct funding and grants in the hopes of improving health services.
 
Schoolsafety.gov, equips you with the essential tools to determine your schools’ eligibility for grants and funding.
 
Additionally,  there is the option to communicate with your local coalitions, alliances, and substance abuse programs.
If you have any further inquiries, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.