SBIRT Approaches for Populations That Experience Health Disparities – NIH Funding Opportunity


The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Disease Prevention (ODP) and participating Institutes, Centers, and Offices are inviting applications for research projects that test innovative approaches to implementing Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment or Prevention (SBIRT/P) for alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs (ATOD) use and misuse in adult populations that experience health disparities.

This R01 funding opportunity (PAR-23-270) will support clinical trial research that develops and prospectively tests implementation strategies that overcome barriers to SBIRT/P in diverse settings. Projects are strongly encouraged to include robust engagement with relevant healthcare and community partners and examine organizational and system contexts.

Apply by the first receipt date, February 5, 2024. Learn more at

This funding opportunity was developed by the ODP-coordinated Advancing Prevention Research for Health Equity (ADVANCE) initiative, an NIH-wide effort to develop and evaluate referral to preventive interventions that address health disparities.