J-RIG (select link for more information about this opportunity, including application resources) is a rapid funding mechanism to support small research grants to study newly emerging policies, practices, or interventions that address prevention and treatment of addiction among justice-involved populations.
J-RIG welcomes both applicants who work in research environments AND those who do not work in research environments but could benefit from funding to study local initiatives, policy changes, or practice improvement efforts. J-RIG projects also are appropriate for developmental pilots, feasibility studies, or other research broadly defined as foundational work for further research and practice.
The J-RIG call for proposals will be released up to three (3) times per year. Funding will be provided for up to 24 months and may not exceed $100,000.
A webinar about the J-RIG program was held on December 2, 2020. The webinar explained the J-RIG program and application process and included a Q/A session for participants.
Applications are due by Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2021 at 11: 59 p.m. ET.