Community Based Transition Partnership Implementation

The Administration on Disabilities seeks to fund up to five, three-year Community-Based Transition Partnership Implementation (CBT) grants to existing UCEDDs that were previous awardees of the FY2020 Community-Based Transition Partnership Planning grants.

These awardees will continue to lead state


partners in the implementation of sustainable and equitable community-based transition pilots for youth and adults with ID/DD across racial, ethnic, and cultural groups, inclusive of those from unserved and/or underserved communities and urban or rural areas transitioning to community living.

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Entities eligible to apply for funds under this funding opportunity announcement are the 10 current AoD UCEDD grantees that received Community Based Transition Partnership Planning grants during FY 2020.

Foreign entities are not eligible to compete for, or receive, awards made under this announcement.

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