Grants to Make Prescription Drugs for the Treatment of Anxiety Available and

Affordable to Low and Moderate Income Consumers 

The deadline for grant applications was November 17, 2005.   Applications are no longer being accepted.

The California Attorney General solicited applications (Letters of Inquiry) from eligible nonprofit organizations and public agencies for grants to make prescription drugs for the treatment of anxiety available and affordable to low and moderate income consumers in California. Priority was given to projects with statewide reach that will benefit low and moderate income consumers who have no or limited insurance coverage for such drugs. Grants range in size from $150,000 to $500,000 and are for a maximum of two years.