NADDI applies annually for a number of diverse grant funding opportunities.The funding is received at various times throughout the year and an announcement is made to all Members on our list server and on the website when grant funds are available and the opening the application process.
NADDI Bottle Tracking Program – OPEN
This program is a collaboration between law enforcement, pharmacies, technology providers and NADDI. The mission of the program is to assist law enforcement efforts to prevent, deter, and investigate the retail theft of prescription drugs, particularly Opioids. This is accomplished by facilitating steps to enable the placement of a proven resource (a look-alike pharmaceutical bottle) that blends with the pharmacy inventory and that can be electronically tracked.
Contact NADDI Executive Director, Charlie Cichon @ email@example.com to discuss interest in the bottle tracking program.
After the initial consultation, the respective law enforcement agency may apply for grant funding to assist in covering the expenses for the program.
LE Grant Program – CLOSED
The 2017 Law Enforcement Grant Program will accept applications June 16, 2017 through June 30, 2017. Applications postmarked prior to June 16th and after June 30th will not be accepted. After review by the NADDI LE Grant Committee, funds will be disbursed on or about July 31, 2017.
The National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators (NADDI) has an ongoing grant program available to law enforcement applicants only. The grant process has been purposely made to be applicant friendly, while still soliciting the important information so that a fair decision can be made on each application.
The grant is sponsored by Purdue Pharma, and NADDI wants to thank our generous donors that make this grant possible. It is important to note that our donors do not participate in the selection process in any way, but without their support, this grant would not be possible.
Grant applications will be reviewed by the NADDI Grant Committees, who will make the final selections. Any questions on the grant program should be directed to: