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Community-Based Workforce for COVID-19 Vaccine Outreach

  • Program Name:Community-Based Workforce to Increase COVID-19 Vaccinations in Underserved Communities
  • Activity Code:U3S
  • Application Available:5/4/2021
  • Application Deadline:5/18/2021
  • Created By:Schwab, Dawn
  • Created On:5/3/2021
  • Last Updated by:Wildberger, William
  • Last Updated On:5/4/2021
  • Estimated Project Start Date:6/1/2021
 
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 Details of the changes posted in this announcement

Not Available
 
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 Announcement Information

Announcement Number HRSA-21-136
Announcement Code
CFDA Number 93.011
Provisional No
Activity Code U3S
Competitive Yes
Fiscal Year 2021
 
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 Purpose

The purpose of the program is to establish, expand, and sustain a public health workforce to prevent, prepare for, and respond to COVID-19. This includes mobilizing community outreach workers, which includes community health workers, patient navigators, and social support specialists, to educate and assist individuals in accessing and receiving COVID-19 vaccinations. This includes activities such as conducting face-to-face outreach and reaching out directly to community members to educate them about the vaccine, assisting individuals in making a vaccine appointment, providing resources to find convenient vaccine locations, assisting individuals with transportation or other needs to get to a vaccination site. The program intends to address persistent health disparities by offering support and resources to vulnerable and medically underserved communities, including racial and ethnic minority groups and individuals living in areas of high social vulnerability. HRSA will fund recipients that have demonstrated experience and expertise in implementing public health programs across broad geographic areas in order to ensure that services will be provided to vulnerable and medically underserved areas across the nation (see data sources in Section IV.7 to identify target populations). This approach will require award recipients to have the relationships and capacity necessary to engage at multiple levels, including with national, regional, state and/or local organizations. Award recipients should propose a multi-state or multi-regional approach based on their capability to administer the program. In addition, award recipients will need to demonstrate that they have the infrastructure set up to implement a program of this scale quickly; clearly describe how they will ensure that the funding will directly serve and impact vulnerable communities; and demonstrate how they will prioritize hiring individuals from the communities they will serve by providing outreach, education and assistance related to the COVID-19 vaccine. Award recipients will need to engage with multiple organizations, and should have existing relationships or the capacity to quickly form new relationships with regional and/or local community organizations. This may include entities such as: • Community-based organizations (including faith-based organizations, social service organizations) • Regional, state and local chapters of national associations • Regional commissions • Regional and local health departments • Health centers and other community-based health providers • Minority-serving institutions such as Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), Hispanic serving institutions, and Asian American and Pacific Islander serving institutions • Tribes and Tribal Organizations • Philanthropic Organizations • Local municipal entities, such as fire and EMS departments • Social service providers (e.g. food banks, community transportation, childcare) • Community Action Coalitions, Chambers of Commerce, Health Equity Councils, and other community groups
 
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 Legislative Information

Section 2501 of Public Law 117-2 (American Rescue Plan Act of 2021); Section 311(a) of the Public Health Service (PHS) Act (42 USC §243).
 
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 Application Information

Application Available 05/04/2021
Application Deadline 05/18/2021
Supplemental Application Deadline N/A
Explanation for Deadline N/A
Archive Date 07/17/2021
Letter of Intent Not required
Application Package SF424
Allow Applications to be Reopened in EHBs No
FOA Available Yes
Competitive Application Types Supported New
Allow Electronic Submission N/A
Page Limit for Application
Attachments
0
Allow Multiple Applications
from an Organization from Grants.gov
No
Electronic Submission Instruction Electronic submission is/will be available in Grants.Gov
 
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 General Information

Projected Award Date N/A
Estimated Project Period N/A
Estimated Project Start Date 06/01/2021
Estimated Project End Date 11/30/2021
Estimated Amount of this Competition $125,000,000.00
Estimated Number of Awards 10
Estimated Average Size of Awards $0.00
Cost Sharing No
Cooperative Agreement Yes
 
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 Contact Information

Name Fraser Byrne, MPA
Email CBOVaccineOutreach@hrsa.gov
Phone Number 202-369-8980
 
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 Download Information

Expand FOA (Guidance) Attachment (Maximum 1)
Document Name Size Date Attached Description
HRSA-21-136 CBW-Vaccine Outreach_Final_v2.pdf 348 kB 05/04/2021
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