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HRSA-18-022afd4b1a5-ea5e-4712-ac43-b1d821400e75N/A7/17/2017 Due in 20 days at 5:00 PM ET4/17/2017 Available in 71 days at 12:00 AM ETB04Maternal and Child Health Services Electronic submission of application is/will be available on HRSA EHBs for this funding opportunity. Please select 'Apply in HRSA EHBs' link to apply. Refer to the guidance for more information93.994 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose The purpose of the Title V MCH Services Block Grant Program is to create Federal/State partnerships in all 59 States/jurisdictions that support service systems which address MCH needs, such as:  (1) Significantly reducing infant mortality; (2) Providing comprehensive care for women before, during, and after pregnancy and childbirth; (3) Providing preventive and primary care services for infants, children, and adolescents; (4) Providing comprehensive care for children and adolescents with special health care needs; (4) Immunizing all children; (5) Reducing adolescent pregnancy; (6) Putting into community practice national standards and guidelines for prenatal care, for healthy and safe child care, and for health supervision of infants, children, and adolescents; (7) Assuring access to care for all mothers and children; and (8) Meeting the nutritional needs of mothers, children, and families.
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HRSA-17-0993204a34c-4676-4395-8592-0ea0231529c27/14/2017 Due in 17 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A1/18/2017 Available in 160 days at 12:00 AM ETH4BPoison Control Stabilization and Enhancement Program Electronic submission of application is/will be available on Grants.Gov for this funding opportunity. Please select 'Apply in Grants.gov' link to register and apply. Refer to the guidance for more information93.253 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This announcement solicits applications for the Poison Center Network Grant Program’s SAC covering the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.  The Poison Center Network Program will provide assistance to a qualified poison control center(s) (PCC(s)) eligible for funds under section 1273 of the Public Health Service Act, (42 U.S.C. 300d-73), as amended by the Poison Center Network Act of 2014 to prepare FY 2017 applications for these federal funds.  This grant is administered by the Poison Control Program (PCP), Healthcare Systems Bureau (HSB), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). This FOA details the SAC eligibility requirements, review criteria, and awarding factors for PCCs seeking a grant for operational support to provide poison center services to the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.  The grant is to support PCC efforts to 1) prevent, and provide treatment recommendations for, poisonings; 2) comply with operational requirements needed to sustain accreditation and or achieve accreditation; and/or 3) improve and enhance communications and response capability and capacity.  Funds may also be used to improve the quality of data uploaded from poison centers to the National Poison Data System (NPDS) in support of national toxicosurveillance activities conducted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  However, improvement of data quality for the purposes of national surveillance is not a requirement of this grant. Projects funded under this program must include an evaluation component; however, a rigorous scientific evaluation is not required.  Proposed projects/activities must incorporate mechanisms to measure and assess progress in achieving key project milestones directly tied to the project’s objectives. Please note that in the event the Puerto Rico Poison Control Center becomes accredited by June 30, 2017, this award will not be made.
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HRSA-18-015fa87b0b7-3538-43f4-af1d-55e3ba2f464b7/14/2017 Due in 17 days at 11:59 PM ET8/1/2017 Due in 35 days at 5:00 PM ET6/14/2017 Available in 13 days at 12:00 AM ETT23Children's Hospitals Graduate Medical Education Electronic submission of application is/will be available on Grants.Gov for this funding opportunity. Please select 'Apply in Grants.gov' link to register and apply. Refer to the guidance for more information93.255 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This announcement solicits applications for the Children’s Hospitals Graduate Medical Education (CHGME) Payment Program.  Federal funding for graduate medical education (GME) is primarily provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).  Prior to the enactment of the CHGME Payment Program, children’s teaching hospitals received a disproportionately low amount of Federal GME funding when compared to teaching hospitals that serve adult patients.  The purpose of the CHGME Payment Program is to compensate for the disparity in the level of Federal GME funding for freestanding children’s teaching hospitals versus other types of teaching hospitals.  The CHGME Payment Program is administered by the Bureau of Health Workforce (BHW), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
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HRSA-17-105c3486750-03a9-4f8c-9b0b-d008da3d134e7/17/2017 Due in 20 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A5/31/2017 Available in 27 days at 12:00 AM ETUF3Providing support for the Collabortive Improvement and Innovation Network (CoIIN) to Reduce Infant M Electronic submission of application is/will be available on Grants.Gov for this funding opportunity. Please select 'Apply in Grants.gov' link to register and apply. Refer to the guidance for more information93.926 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement True
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose The infant mortality rate (IMR) is a widely used indicator of the nation’s health. In 2012, the United States ranked 25th among 29 industrialized nations, with an overall IMR of 5.98/1,000 live births.1 Most notable, the IMR for infants born to non-Hispanic black mothers was 11.19/1,000, more than double the non-Hispanic white IMR of 5.04/1,000.2 State public health departments lead infant mortality reduction efforts within their states with support of the Title V Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant Program.3 At the local level, Healthy Start grants are provided to communities with high annual rates of infant mortality (i.e., at least 1½ times the U.S. national average) and high rates for other adverse perinatal outcomes (e.g., low birthweight, preterm birth, maternal morbidity and mortality) in order to address the needs of high-risk women and their families before, during, and after pregnancy. To advance the mission of Healthy Start and contribute to state infant mortality reduction efforts, this announcement solicits applications for the Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Network on Infant Mortality (IM CoIIN).
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HRSA-17-115546d7731-0f5a-4e5c-af8c-f90cc73800e37/17/2017 Due in 20 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A6/1/2017 Available in 26 days at 12:00 AM ETD87Faculty Loan Dentistry Electronic submission of application is/will be available on Grants.Gov for this funding opportunity. Please select 'Apply in Grants.gov' link to register and apply. Refer to the guidance for more information93.059 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose The purpose of this program is to increase the number of dental and dental hygiene faculty in the workforce by assisting dental and dental hygiene training programs to attract and retain dental and dental hygiene faculty through loan repayment. Pursuant to the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2017 report language, HRSA will award a preference to applicants providing loan repayment to pediatric dentistry faculty supervising residents at dental training institutions providing clinical services in dental clinics located in dental schools, hospitals, or community-based affiliated sites.
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HRSA-17-1178d869eff-0bca-4703-a821-88a9f0433b737/17/2017 Due in 20 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A6/14/2017 Available in 13 days at 12:00 AM ETD60Delta State Network Development Electronic submission of application is/will be available on Grants.Gov for this funding opportunity. Please select 'Apply in Grants.gov' link to register and apply. Refer to the guidance for more information93.912 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This announcement solicits applications for the Delta Region Community Health Systems Development Cooperative Agreement. The purpose of this cooperative agreement is to enhance health care delivery in the Delta Region through intensive technical assistance to providers in select rural communities, including Critical Access Hospitals (CAH), small rural hospitals, Rural Health Clinics (RHC), and other healthcare organizations. In-depth and long-term assistance to a select number of identified communities in the Delta Region should be provided for, but is not limited to, the following: ? Improving hospital or clinic financial operations; ? Implementing quality improvement activities to promote the development of an evidence-based culture leading to improved health outcomes; ? Increasing use of telehealth to address gaps in clinical service delivery and improve access to care; ? Enhancing coordination of care; ? Strengthening the local health care system to improve population health; ? Providing social services to address broader socio-economic challenges faced by patients (e.g., housing, child care, energy assistance, access to healthy food, elderly support services, job training, etc.); ? Ensuring access to and availability of emergency medical services (EMS); ? Identifying workforce recruitment and retention resources targeted to rural communities; and ? Other areas to be determined in consultation with HRSA and the Delta Regional Authority (DRA) upon award of this cooperative agreement. Under this cooperative agreement, the awardee will work with a number of selected communities in the Delta Region to make in-depth health system enhancements through the provision of intensive technical assistance over multiple years. The awardee will implement a phased approach that: ? Selects a process for gathering the data to identify high need communities in the Delta Region, for HRSA and DRA determination of final selection; ? Conducts an objective community analysis and assessment of financial status, quality indicators, locally available human services and gaps, and locally available clinical services and gaps; ? Assesses how telehealth can help address the identified clinical service gaps and the availability of affordable broadband services; ? Develops a community assets and needs assessment; ? Develops and implements a strategic plan for the provision of technical assistance for the local hospital and other rural providers in the selected communities; ? Provides technical assistance based on the strategic plan for finance, quality, and telehealth and population health service coordination; and ? Evaluates the impact of the technical assistance.
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HRSA-17-0225b14a72b-a116-4041-bfa0-7d2e894e52d37/21/2017 Due in 24 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A6/15/2017 Available in 12 days at 12:00 AM ETH1URural Health Opioid Program Electronic submission of application is/will be available on Grants.Gov for this funding opportunity. Please select 'Apply in Grants.gov' link to register and apply. Refer to the guidance for more information93.912 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This announcement solicits applications for the Rural Health Opioid Program (RHOP). The purpose of RHOP is to promote rural health care services outreach by expanding the delivery of opioid related health care services to rural communities.  The program will reduce the morbidity and mortality related to opioid overdoses in rural communities through the development of broad community consortiums to prepare individuals with opioid-use disorder (OUD) to start treatment, implement care coordination practices to organize patient care activities,[1] and support individuals in recovery through the enhancement of behavioral counselling[2] and peer support activities.[3] This program will bring together health care providers (i.e. local health departments, hospitals, primary care practices, and substance abuse treatment providers) and entities such as social service and faith-based organizations, law enforcement, and other community-based groups to respond multifaceted to the opioid epidemic in a rural community.  The consortium must include at least three (3) health care providers. The program supports three (3) years of funding. This program incorporates a range of objectives to respond comprehensively to the opioid crisis within rural communities.  Consortiums will work towards identifying individuals at-risk of overdose and guide them towards recovery by providing outreach and education on locally available treatment options and support services.  Educating community members on OUD is also a critical component of responding to the opioid epidemic, which incorporates education on OUD, treatment options, methods for preparing individuals with OUD for treatment, referring individuals with OUD to treatment, and how to best support individuals in recovery.  Consortiums are encouraged to implement care coordination practices to organize patient care activities.  Finally, consortiums are further encouraged to support individuals in recovery by establishing new or enhancing existing behavioral counselling and peer support activities. [1] SAMHSA’s Working Definition of Recovery provides guiding principles and is available at http://store.samhsa.gov/product/SAMHSA-s-Working-Definition-of-Recovery/PEP12-RECDEF. [2] https://www.samhsa.gov/treatment/substance-use-disorders [3] What Are Peer Recovery Support Services? http://store.samhsa.gov/shin/content//SMA09-4454/SMA09-4454.pdf
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HRSA-17-114634f8b57-e270-4c9c-b1ad-02042025219e7/24/2017 Due in 27 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A5/24/2017 Available in 34 days at 12:00 AM ETU90Special Projects of National Significance Electronic submission of application is/will be available on Grants.Gov for this funding opportunity. Please select 'Apply in Grants.gov' link to register and apply. Refer to the guidance for more information93.928 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement True
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This announcement solicits applications for fiscal year (FY) 2017 for a new three-year initiative entitled Improving HIV Health Outcomes through the Coordination of Supportive Employment and Housing Services – Evaluation and Technical Assistance Provider (ETAP). HRSA will award one (1) cooperative agreement to a single organization for up to $700,000 per year for three (3) years to conduct a multi-site evaluation and provide technical assistance (TA) to up to 10 demonstration sites. These sites (funded under a separate announcement, HRSA-17-113) will design, implement and evaluate innovative interventions that coordinate HIV care, housing, and employment services to improve health, housing, and employment outcomes for low-income, uninsured, and underinsured people living with HIV (PLWH) in racial and ethnic minority communities. This Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary’s Minority AIDS Initiative Fund project is also supported in part, through Special Projects of National Significance
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HRSA-17-113d600a220-25f5-4c3d-87d2-32263f6da1a87/24/2017 Due in 27 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A5/24/2017 Available in 34 days at 12:00 AM ETH97Special Projects of National Significance Electronic submission of application is/will be available on Grants.Gov for this funding opportunity. Please select 'Apply in Grants.gov' link to register and apply. Refer to the guidance for more information93.928 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This announcement solicits applications for fiscal year (FY) 2017 for a new, three-year initiative entitled Improving HIV Health Outcomes through the Coordination of Supportive Employment and Housing Services—Demonstration Sites. HRSA will award up to ten (10) grants of up to $300,000 each per year for three years to support the design, implementation, and evaluation of innovative interventions that coordinate HIV care and treatment, housing, and employment services to improve HIV health outcomes for low-income, uninsured, and underinsured people living with HIV (PLWH) in racial and ethnic minority communities. This Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary’s Minority AIDS Initiative Fund project is also supported, in part, through Special Projects of National Significance. Providing effective HIV care for communities at the greatest risk for poor health care outcomes involves addressing structural factors, such as poverty, lack of education, unemployment/underemployment, homelessness and other social determinants of health. To promote long-term health and stability for PLWH, this initiative will support organizations that can demonstrate innovative strategies for integrating HIV care, housing and employment services into a coordinated intervention.
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HRSA-17-0470ed4e771-739a-4b06-bb0e-795f7857b61a7/28/2017 Due in 31 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A6/14/2017 Available in 13 days at 12:00 AM ETU90Special Projects of National Significance Electronic submission of application is/will be available on Grants.Gov for this funding opportunity. Please select 'Apply in Grants.gov' link to register and apply. Refer to the guidance for more information93.928 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement True
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This announcement solicits applications for the Secretary’s Minority AIDS Initiative Fund (SMAIF) fiscal year (FY) 2017 Curing Hepatitis C among People of Color Living with HIV program.  This multi-pronged initiative will support up to two (2) recipients to improve the prevention, care, treatment, and cure of hepatitis C (HCV) in areas affected by HIV/HCV coinfection among low-income, underinsured, or uninsured racial and ethnic minority populations.  Components of the initiative will include: Expansion of HCV prevention (including education), testing, care (including preventive health care), and treatment capacity among RWHAP-funded clinics, HRSA and Medicare-certified Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs),[1] and SAMHSA-funded community-based substance use disorder (SUD) and behavioral health treatment providers that predominantly serve people of color living with both HIV and HCV; Improved coordination of linkage to and retention in care and treatment for people who are co-infected with HIV/HCV; Improved coordination with SAMHSA-funded SUD treatment providers to expand the delivery of behavioral health and substance use treatment support to achieve treatment completion and to prevent HCV infection and re-infection; and Enhancement of health department surveillance systems to increase their capacity to monitor acute and chronic coinfections of HIV and HCV in areas affected by HIV/HCV coinfection among low-income, underinsured, or uninsured racial and ethnic minority populations, and to enable an HCV Data to Care capacity.[2] You must provide evidence of HIV/HCV coinfection among low-income, underinsured, or uninsured racial/ethnic minority populations and demonstrate your ability to access people living with HIV (PLWH) who are also living with or at risk for acquiring HCV infection.  Populations of interest include racial and ethnic minorities living with HIV who have demonstrated a high prevalence of HCV, including, but not limited to, people who use drugs (PWUD), especially people who inject drugs (PWID); men who have sex with men (MSM); high-risk heterosexuals; and transgender persons.  During the first year of the initiative, recipients will develop a plan that, based on local needs, will coordinate the implementation of multiple strategies to increase the number of people living with HIV and HCV in their service area who are screened, diagnosed, linked to care, treated, and cured of HCV.  This project planning and development phase will be followed by two (2) years of implementation.  Recipients will be expected to partner with and provide annual subawards to clinical sites seeking to improve their capacity to treat HIV/HCV coinfection among low-income, underinsured, or uninsured racial/ethnic minority populations.  Applicants should propose how they will work with subrecipients to increase capacity in the following areas: Provision of HIV/HCV coinfection care and treatment according to the HHS guidelines; Provision of HIV/HCV medication adherence support; Performance of necessary lab testing, referrals for liver biopsy and other staging procedures; and Provision of prevention education about HCV infection and re-infection.  Subrecipient clinics will be expected to conduct targeted outreach to include low-income, underinsured, or uninsured out of care (OOC) people living with both HIV and HCV; contact tracing; and development of their own HCV/HIV multidisciplinary teams.  Strategies for collaboration between recipients and clinics may include case conferences, sharing OOC lists, and shared training events.  Please note that you may not use funds for the purchase of medications to treat HCV.  Therefore, participating providers must have adequate access to direct acting antivirals (DAA) medications through other existing funding mechanisms and/or payor sources. Recipients will also be expected to partner (which may include providing subawards) with SUD and mental health treatment provider(s) in the service communities of each of the clinical sites, if these services are not available at the clinical sites.  You should propose how you will accomplish the following activities: Formation of partnerships (which may include providing subawards) with local SUD and mental health treatment provider(s) to build their capacity to provide integrated care and to enable bidirectional client referrals for appropriate HIV/HCV and SUD treatment; Linkage of clients of clinical sites who screen positive for SUDs into SUD treatment, either at the clinical site or at the partnering agency; Linkage of clients in SUD and mental health treatment who test or are identified as living with HIV and HCV and who are out of care to the clinical site for treatment; Provision of interventions by clinical sites working with SUD and mental health treatment providers to clients living with HIV and HCV with SUDs to prevent overdose and re-infection (including referrals to syringe services programs, or SSPs); and Provision of referrals to community education programs, including those which address the benefits of access to medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and SSPs.    Please note that funds from this initiative may be used by recipients to make subawards to accomplish any or all of the activities outlined above. Partnership agreements and/or subawards with either clinical sites or SUD providers should be established expeditiously in order to accomplish the goals of the project in the time period. Recipients will also be expected to deliver training to HCV care providers at the clinical sites. You should propose how you will accomplish the following activities:   Training of providers through the use of a curriculum and provider competencies developed by the AIDS Education Training Center (AETC) National Coordinating Resource Center; Collaboration (which may include subawards) with their Regional AETC; Collaboration (which may include subawards) with their Local Performance Site (LPS), if applicable, and; Support of practice transformation and other HIV/HCV – specific workforce development activities for all entities within the formal partnership of the recipient and all of their subrecipients/subawardees. Please note that recipients will also be expected to partner (which may include subawards) with their state, local, or tribal health department to improve surveillance of HCV coinfection among PLWH in areas of high populations of racial/ethnic minorities, including people of color. Similar to HIV Data to Care efforts, the enhanced surveillance data systems will enable the use of HCV surveillance data to identify HCV-diagnosed PLWH in areas of high populations of racial/ethnic minorities, including people of color, who are not in care, and link them directly to care.  Health departments will also play a critical role in facilitating the collection of HCV-related data required by the initiative.  Recipients will also be expected to work closely with a technical assistance and evaluation team (funded separately by HRSA/HAB) to demonstrate outcomes and disseminate findings, best practices and lessons learned.  Recipients will be required to collect and report data on the extent of knowledge among HIV and HCV coinfected patients regarding HCV treatment; and of health care providers regarding HCV screening and treatment.  Applicants who have previously collected these data should indicate such and provide the results.  Applicants that have not previously collected these data will be required to conduct rapid assessments using existing instruments previously developed by the evaluation team.  With the assistance of the technical assistance and evaluation team, recipients must submit these instruments to their Institutional Review Board (IRB) for review and approval within two months of award.  The two knowledge assessments must be completed in the first nine months of year one, and will be used to identify gaps among consumers to be addressed by implementing educational programs; and to address provider training needs in their areas.  During the first year of the initiative, recipients will be expected to develop a detailed project implementation plan to enhance their service area’s public health infrastructure that will result in increased prevention, screening, care, treatment, and cure of HCV in people living with HIV, targeted to people of color.  Subsequently, recipients shall implement their plans to expand their area’s capacity to provide HCV screening, care, and treatment to people who are living with HIV and HCV, targeted to people of color.  In year three, recipients will also be expected to work collaboratively with the evaluation team in the production of a project monograph and other publication and dissemination activities to document the findings, best practices, and lessons learned from this demonstration project initiative.  At the end of the three-year project period, recipients will have implemented effective, comprehensive, area-wide HCV screening, care, and treatment systems leading to demonstrable improvements in HCV care outcomes among people living with HIV and HCV, including people of color.  Recipients also will be expected to work with their partners and/or subrecipients to fully integrate their HCV screening, care, and treatment systems into their ongoing program efforts, clinical practice, and fiscal and administrative planning for their continuous operation and maintenance beyond the three-year funded project period. [1] See https://www.cms.gov/Outreach-and-Education/Medicare-Learning-Network-MLN/MLNProducts/downloads/fqhcfactsheet.pdf [2] See https://effectiveinterventions.cdc.gov/en/highimpactprevention/publichealthstrategies/DatatoCare.aspx
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