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HRSA-20-091655e665e-e793-4fce-bfc3-cc33658dc314N/A12/16/2019 Due in 24 days at 5:00 PM ET10/16/2019 Available in 37 days at 12:00 AM ETH80Health Center Program 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 information93.527 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose Existing health centers will use fiscal year (FY) 2020 Ending the HIV Epidemic - Primary Care HIV Prevention (PCHP) supplemental funding to expand HIV prevention services that decrease the risk of HIV transmission in geographic locations identified by Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America, focusing on supporting access to and use of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-20-025802be811-257a-4e2c-80d9-75eef1fe588611/25/2019 Due in 3 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A8/14/2019 Available in 100 days at 12:00 AM ETD06Rural 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 notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the Rural Health Network Development (RHND) program. The purpose of this program is to support integrated rural health care networks that have combined the functions of the entities participating in the network, including skilled and experienced staff and a high functioning network board, in order to address the health care needs of the targeted rural community. Recipients will combine the functions of the entities participating in the network to address the following legislative aims: (i) achieve efficiencies; (ii) expand access, coordinate, and improve the quality of essential health care services; and (iii) strengthen the rural health care system as a whole. The RHND Program encourages innovative solutions to local health care needs identified by local communities and supports rural communities in preparing for changes within the health care environment. Furthermore, the program creates an opportunity for rural health networks to collaboratively address the key priorities of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS): mental health, substance use disorder, and value-based care. The overarching goals for the RHND Program are to: • Improve access and quality of health care in rural areas through sustainable health care programs created as a result of network collaboration; • Prepare rural health networks for the transition to value-based payment and population health management; • Demonstrate improved health outcomes and community impact; • Promote the sustainability of rural health networks through the creation of diverse products and services; • Utilize and/or adapt an evidence-based or promising practice model(s) in the delivery of health care services. Broad network membership that includes traditional and non-traditional health care partners and have extensive collaborative experience with one another is essential for the transition to value-based care and is fundamental to improving population health. Delivery system reform over the upcoming years will strengthen this collaboration, as payment models for reimbursement will require participation and quality improvement across diverse clinical and community sectors influencing population health. Diverse network partners may include behavioral health organizations, critical access hospitals, rural health centers, community and social service organizations, and tribal organizations. Networks applying to this program are encouraged to position themselves for this change while addressing the local health care need supported by the statutory charges (i, ii, and iii), outlined in the authorizing legislation.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-20-026d69c77dc-272b-4bdc-af32-85fa2de1054211/29/2019 Due in 7 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A7/23/2019 Available in 122 days at 12:00 AM ETP10Rural Health Network Development 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 notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the Rural Health Network Development Planning Program (“Network Planning”). The purpose of the Network Planning program is to assist in the development of an integrated health care network, specifically with network participants who do not have a history of formal collaborative efforts. Network Planning goals are: (i) to achieve efficiencies; (ii) to expand access to, coordinate, and improve the quality of essential health care services; and (iii) to strengthen the rural health care system as a whole.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-20-0242f39dfc8-fa9f-48cd-bd0e-a124d4bcd5ea12/2/2019 Due in 10 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A8/19/2019 Available in 95 days at 12:00 AM ETU56Rural Assistance Center 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 information93.223 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement True
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the National Rural Health Information Clearinghouse Program. The purpose of this program is to serve as a national clearinghouse for information on rural health to support access to healthcare and improve population health in rural communities. A successful program will continue to build upon the federally funded resources that currently exist and serve as a primary resource for information, opportunities, and tools related to rural health.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-20-020ca02f9ff-d22d-451d-a849-36d54e013bdd12/2/2019 Due in 10 days at 11:59 PM ET1/7/2020 Due in 46 days at 5:00 PM ET9/26/2019 Available in 57 days at 12:00 AM ETH80Health Center 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 information93.224 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the Health Center Program’s Service Area Competition (SAC). The Health Center Program supports public and private nonprofit community-based and patient-directed organizations that provide primary health care services to the Nation’s medically underserved populations. The purpose of the SAC NOFO is to ensure continued access to affordable, quality primary health care services for communities and populations currently served by the Health Center Program.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-20-08724c9df7e-587f-4462-90e7-bdaa1676072312/6/2019 Due in 14 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A8/27/2019 Available in 87 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 notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the Delta States Rural Development Network Grant Program (Delta Program). The Delta Program supports and encourages the development of integrated health care networks to address unmet local health care needs and prevalent health disparities in rural Delta communities. The purpose of the Delta Program is to support organizations located in the eight Delta States (Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee) to promote the planning, implementation, and development of health care networks to: (i) achieve efficiencies; (ii) expand access to, coordinate, and improve the quality of essential health care services; and (iii) strengthen the rural health care system as a whole. The program provides resources to help rural communities develop partnerships and jointly address health problems that affect the Delta region. The program will also place an emphasis on population health due to the geography of the service areas (see Appendix A for definitions). HRSA recognizes the importance of identifying and implementing an evidence-based or promising practice model (see Appendix A for definitions). Therefore, all recipients are required to adopt an evidence-based or promising practice approach that proves demonstrated outcomes and may be replicable in other communities. An example of a promising practice would be a small-scale pilot program that has generated positive outcome evaluation results that justify program expansion to new access points and/or to new service populations. HRSA also requests applicants to propose multi-county/multi-parish projects that address the delivery of preventive or clinical health services for individuals with, or at risk of developing chronic health diseases that disproportionately affect rural Delta communities. Due to the high disparities in the region,1 applicants are strongly encouraged to propose a program based on no more than two of the following focus areas: 1) diabetes, 2) cardiovascular disease, 3) obesity, 4) acute ischemic stroke, or 5) HIV/AIDS. Chronic disease initiatives may be a focus in programs when addressing prevention, self-management, care coordination, or clinical care and must be outcomes oriented. Programs should also include activities focused on producing changes in wellness screening measures (e.g., BMI, weight, A1c, blood pressure, waist circumference, HIV testing) in addition to one or more of the following areas: • Knowledge (e.g., understanding of effective self-management strategies, understanding of key disease risk factors or prevention strategies) • Attitudes (e.g., increased self-efficacy in prevention or self-management strategies) • Behaviors (e.g., increase in level of physical activity, increase intake of fruits and vegetables, HIV medication adherence) • Policies and procedures (e.g., improved health care services delivery model, changes to school physical activity and/or cafeteria policies, HIV) 1 Gennuso KP, Jovaag A, Catlin BB, Rodock M, Park H. Assessment of Factors Contributing to Health Outcomes in the Eight States of the Mississippi Delta Region. Prev Chronic Dis 2016;13:150440. DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd13.150440 HRSA-20-087 2 • Systems (e.g., improved coordination among health and social services agencies) HRSA anticipates that recipients will coordinate services and activities related to chronic disease management, and consider an integrated care approach for chronic diseases (see Appendix A for definitions). Recipients are encouraged to explore reimbursement mechanisms for chronic care management and align care management strategies with the appropriate reimbursement mechanisms, to improve overall health outcomes and reduce costs.2 Because individuals who live with chronic disease(s) are at risk for comorbidities such as depression and other mental health conditions, applicants are encouraged to include activities addressing mental health and substance use disorder, including opioid use disorder, for a more comprehensive approach to care.3 Consideration of an integrated care approach is highly encouraged as it creates an opportunity to address the Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) and HRSA clinical priorities of mental health and substance use disorder. Recipients will receive targeted technical assistance throughout the period of performance to assist in achieving the project’s desired outcomes and to ensure program sustainability after the period of federal funding. This additional support is provided at no extra cost to recipients, as this is an investment made by HRSA to assist in the success of the project. If funded, recipients will learn more about the technical assistance support.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-20-0856710b707-608d-41b4-a20a-ca3aa9b4599d12/20/2019 Due in 28 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A9/11/2019 Available in 72 days at 12:00 AM ETU14State Rural Health Coordination and 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 information93.155 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement True
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the State Offices of Rural Health Coordination and Development Program (SORHCDP). The purpose of this program is to develop and maintain activities that will build the capacity of the 50 State Offices of Rural Health (SORH) and rural stakeholders nationwide through strengthening leadership, increasing opportunities for collaboration, offering education on policy and emerging health issues, and supporting the core functions of the SORH. The goals of the SORHCDP are to support the 50 SORH and rural stakeholders nationwide to better coordinate and improve rural health services by: 1. Providing leadership development at national, regional, state, and local levels to increase the impact of SORH; 2. Facilitating partnerships and collaboration at the national, regional, state and local levels to improve the exchange of information and best practices that support rural health; 3. Assisting in the coordination of rural health care through education on policy and emerging health issues; and 4. Providing capacity development for SORH core functions to improve SORH efficiency. The cooperative agreement will involve an ongoing partnership with the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) in the final development and implementation of the submitted work plan.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-20-041a697d1d4-e22a-4c6a-b891-47fc2ae3737a1/8/2020 Due in 47 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A10/9/2019 Available in 44 days at 12:00 AM ETT1CMaternal and Child Health Public Health Catalyst 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 information93.110 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Public Health Catalyst Program. The purpose of this program is to: (1) develop and/or expand MCH curriculum, competencies, and degree offerings within schools of public health where there is currently a lack of, or limited, MCH offerings; (2) strengthen the public health graduate student competencies in MCH; and (3) recruit graduate student trainees from underrepresented racial/ethnic backgrounds to complete MCH coursework. You will select one of two program tracks based on applicant readiness (see Needs Assessment section for details). If you choose Track 1 – MCH Curriculum Start-Up, you will: (1) develop and offer at least one graduate-level credit bearing course focused on foundational MCH population health. If you choose Track 2 – MCH Curriculum Expansion, you will: (1) expand current MCH curricular offerings, and (2) develop and offer a graduate-level public health degree, certificate, or concentration in MCH by the end of the 5-year period of performance. Recipients in both tracks will: (1) recruit graduate student trainees who are from underrepresented backgrounds (including racial and ethnic minorities), who are underrepresented in the maternal and child health field; (2) support graduate students to complete a practicum experience with a MCH organization or to focus on a MCH-related topic; (3) create and/or maintain a student-led organization, events and/or activities that bring together graduate students in the public health school with an interest in MCH; and (4) develop and implement a sustainability plan to outline how MCH curriculum offerings and student interest groups will be continued after federal funding ends.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-20-042ec50710a-bbda-4aac-87b2-50f5c91ab1cc1/8/2020 Due in 47 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A10/9/2019 Available in 44 days at 12:00 AM ETT76Maternal and Child Health Public Health Training 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 information93.110 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the Centers of Excellence in Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Education, Science, and Practice (Centers of Excellence in MCH). The purpose of the Centers of Excellence in MCH Program is to: (1) strengthen and expand the MCH workforce by training graduate and post-graduate public health students in MCH and (2) advance MCH science, research, practice and policy through a well-trained MCH public health workforce. The specific objectives of the Centers of Excellence in MCH Program are to: (1) provide didactic and experiential public health training in MCH that leads to a graduate degree (masters or doctoral); (2) offer an MCH curriculum that addresses a broad public health perspective including, but not limited to, life course theory; comprehensive historical, legislative, and public health knowledge base regarding Title V and related programs; cultural competence; and emerging MCH public health issues; (3) recruit diverse trainees and engage them in 300+ hours of training per year, including didactic coursework, experiential learning through placements with MCH organizations, and involvement in MCH faculty research activities; and (4) establish and strengthen academic-practice partnerships with Title V agencies and community organizations to provide subject matter expertise. In this notice is the additional opportunity to apply for the MCH Epidemiology Doctoral Training Supplement. Building on infrastructure provided by the Centers of Excellence in MCH funding, the purpose of the MCH Epidemiology Doctoral Training supplement is to train the future MCH epidemiologic workforce and promote advancements in applied MCH research. The specific objectives of the MCH Epidemiology Doctoral Training supplemental funding are to: (1) provide financial support to doctoral students who conduct state or local level analyses on a public health topic important to MCH populations as the foundation of their dissertation; (2) educate doctoral students in current and emerging topics in MCH epidemiology, data collection, surveillance systems, advanced applied and quantitative analytic methods, and frameworks relevant to state and local MCH populations and programs; and (3) strengthen the evidence base in MCH through publication of dissertation research in peer-reviewed journals.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-20-057af14b725-64b3-4b52-a7bd-716e93c237071/8/2020 Due in 47 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A10/11/2019 Available in 42 days at 12:00 AM ETR40Maternal and Child Health Field-Initiated Research 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 information93.110 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the R40 Maternal and Child Health Secondary Data Analysis Research (MCH SDAR) Program. The R40 MCH SDAR Program supports applied MCH research that exclusively utilizes the secondary analyses of existing publicly available and accessible national databases and/or administrative records2 to improve the health and well-being of MCH populations. The program accelerates the pace of research in a cost-effective way by providing researchers with an opportunity to pose new research questions, test new hypotheses, and determine pathways and feasibility of interventions using existing data sets, rather than conducting primary data collection, which is both costly and time-consuming. Findings from the research supported by the R40 MCH SDAR Program are expected to: • Strengthen and expand topics addressed by the Title V MCH Services Block Grant National Performance Domains (see Appendix C). For more background materials on the Title V Program, see: http://mchb.hrsa.gov/programs/titlevgrants/index.html. By supporting research on MCH populations, the R40 MCH SDAR Program aims to inform HRSA Maternal and Child Health Bureau’s (MCHB’s) other investments and programs, see: https://mchb.hrsa.gov/maternal-child-health-initiatives; • Address HRSA MCHB’s Strategic Research Issues (see Appendix A) such as improving public health systems and infrastructure, reducing health inequalities, increasing quality of and access to care, and/or promoting the health of MCH populations; • Address Healthy People 2020 objectives that are relevant to the proposal. Proposals should connect the proposed topic with the Healthy People 2020 objectives; • Address HRSA’s clinical priorities, namely, opioid use disorder,3 mental health, telehealth, childhood obesity, and maternal mortality. Study findings will further develop the evidence base for the above clinical priority topics; and • Address emerging research topics of regional and national significance that highlight new data, knowledge, evidence, and strategies for addressing the burden of diseases that affect MCH populations. HRSA expects each R40 MCH SDAR award recipient to complete the following major activities: • Conduct applied or translational research on critical and emerging MCH issues through appropriate secondary analyses of existing national databases and/or administrative records that are aligned with research goals; • Develop and submit a dissemination plan for the distribution of research findings and products to scientific, professional, and lay audiences. Dissemination 2In this NOFO, the terms publicly available and accessible are used to refer to national datasets and/or administrative records that any researcher can access before or within the period of performance. 3 HRSA has a number of investments targeting opioid use disorder and substance use disorder across its Bureaus and Offices that you may be able to leverage. For information on HRSA-supported resources, technical assistance, and training, visit here: https://www.hrsa.gov/opioids. HRSA-20-057 2 activities include, but are not limited to, peer-reviewed articles, manuscripts, conference presentations, newsletter articles, webcasts, fact sheets, infographics, policy briefs, publically available websites, and social media posts, as appropriate; • Report study sample information with regards to diversity (i.e., race/ethnicity, gender/sex, disability, geographic location, and socioeconomic status) to HRSA; and • Develop and implement strategies to sustain and expand the scientific knowledge generated from the award.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-20-072d811c44a-a573-4087-8a78-3a1a33f648551/13/2020 Due in 52 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A11/14/2019 Available in 8 days at 12:00 AM ETU1OAIDS Education and Training Centers 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 information93.145 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement True
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the AIDS Education and Training Center Program, National Clinician Consultation Center (AETC-NCCC) Program. The purpose of the AETC-NCCC is to provide immediate expert consultation to health care professionals on HIV prevention, care, and treatment including diagnosis, testing, antiretroviral therapy, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP), perinatal HIV management, hepatitis B and C virus HIV coinfections, and behavioral health management for people with HIV. The program will target six consultation services to front-line health care professionals across the United States and its territories, including but not limited to physicians, physician assistants, advanced practice nurses, nurses, clinical pharmacists, dental professionals, infection control specialists, and emergency medical service providers, with an emphasis on providers caring for minority and disproportionately affected populations. The AETC-NCCC will support robust marketing of its consultation services in the geographic areas outlined in the Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America initiative. The AETC-NCCC will also have an important role in providing consultation support to health care providers in rural counties with the highest prevalence and/or incidence of opioid use disorder and injection drug use or at risk of significant increases in hepatitis B and C virus or an HIV outbreak due to injection drug use. The AETC-NCCC will collaborate with the other components of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program’s (RWHAP) AETC Program, which consists of the Regional AETCs, the AETC National Coordinating Resource Center (NCRC), and AETCs’ practice transformation clinics located in the geographic areas as outlined in the Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America initiative. As applicable, the AETC-NCCC will also collaborate with other RWHAP funded programs and HRSA- funded health centers, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Indian Health Service (IHS), National Institutes of Health Centers for AIDS Research (CFARs), AIDS service organizations (ASOs), community based organizations (CBOs), federal training centers, health professional organizations, state primary care associations, state primary care offices, and other key stakeholders to improve health outcomes for people with HIV. This Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) will fund one (1) NCCC recipient tasked with serving all 50 states in the United States, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and the six U.S. affiliated Pacific Jurisdictions (Guam, American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and the Republic of Palau).
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-20-046daf4251c-36ed-4de3-a8ab-79c1dee5f4971/14/2020 Due in 53 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A10/16/2019 Available in 37 days at 12:00 AM ETUH7Regional Genetics Networks 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 information93.110 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement True
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the Regional Genetics Networks (RGN) program. The purpose of this program is to develop and support a regional infrastructure system to provide health care professionals with education and to assess and coordinate follow-up and treatment relating to genetic disorders by linking patients to genetic services.1 Each RGN will accomplish this by: • developing and implementing mechanisms to identify individuals and their families with or at risk for such disorders, and to connect them to genetic services, with a focus on individuals who are underserved; • coordinating with the Advances in Integrating Genetics into Clinical Care (AIGCC) (HRSA-20-050) program to provide health professionals with education, training, and other resources to improve their knowledge of genetic conditions and improve their ability to: identify individuals with or at risk for those conditions; refer for genetic services, apply genetic information in clinical management; and care for underserved population(s) in partnership with genetic services providers within the region; • facilitating the implementation of telehealth and/or telemedicine to increase access to genetic services; and • coordinating with the National Genetics Education and Family Support Program (HRSA- 20-049), and provide education to families, especially those who are underserved, about genetics and genetic services. HRSA will fund one application per region, and recipients will undertake activities to support all of the states listed for the Region. Seven Regional Genetics Networks will be funded, as follows: 1. New England: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. 2. Mid-Atlantic: Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Virginia, and West Virginia. 3. Southeast: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. 4. Midwest: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin. 5. Heartland: Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and South Dakota. 6. Mountain: Arizona, Colorado, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming. 7. Western: Alaska, California, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-20-049ae31d0b9-8781-4fd2-9190-a1eb5f53d4341/14/2020 Due in 53 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A10/16/2019 Available in 37 days at 12:00 AM ETUH8National Genetics Education and Family Support Center 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 information93.110 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement True
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the National Genetics Education and Family Support Program (NGEFSP). The purpose of this program is to increase access to genetic services by promoting and strengthening engagement of individuals and families with, or at risk for, genetic conditions in the genetic health care delivery system.This will be accomplished by funding a program that will: • provide culturally- and linguistically-appropriate education and resources on genetics and genetic conditions to families; • provide support for individuals and families with, or at risk for, genetic conditions so that they can be equal partners in their health care; • train individuals and families with, or at risk for, genetic conditions to become family leaders within the genetic health care delivery system and the Regional Genetics Networks (RGNs); and • provide technical assistance to RGNs on how best to incorporate family leaders into their programs and reach underserved populations.1
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-20-050c6dabedd-c539-48bd-9940-7c30188aa0a11/14/2020 Due in 53 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A10/16/2019 Available in 37 days at 12:00 AM ETUH9National Coordinating Center (NCC) for the Regional Genetic Networks 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 information93.110 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement True
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the Advances in Integrating Genetics into Clinical Care (AIGCC) program. The purpose of this program is to serve as a national resource on the use of genetic and genomic information in clinical practice for genetic service providers, primary and specialty health care providers, and families. The program will accomplish this by implementing the priorities below.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-20-06257f5b2ed-4fae-48ea-9e97-38d26618147a1/17/2020 Due in 56 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A10/23/2019 Available in 30 days at 12:00 AM ETR39Social and Behavioral Interventions to Increase Solid Organ and Tissue Donation 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 information93.134 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the Increasing Organ Donation Awareness Program. The overall purpose of the program is to reduce the gap between the demand for organ transplants and the supply of donated organs. The specific objectives for the FY 2020 award cycle include: 1) Identify successful strategies for increasing registration for deceased donation through traditional portals such as the Department of Motor Vehicles and online registries. 2) Identify non-traditional donor registration portals and ascertain their effectiveness for increasing donor registration as compared to traditional portals. 3) Increase awareness and education about opportunities for, as well as the risks and benefits associated with, living organ donation. 4) Increase awareness and education about vascularized composite allografts (VCA) and willingness of individuals to become VCA deceased donors or to provide authorization for deceased relatives to become VCA donors. Accordingly, HRSA will support research studies to test the effectiveness of strategies that target any of the specified program objectives with the potential to have a broad impact and to be readily adaptable within the donation and transplantation community. For purposes of this program, model interventions are defined as those that are: (1) effective in producing a verifiable and demonstrable impact on the program objectives identified above; (2) replicable; (3) transferable; and (4) feasible in practice. All projects must include methodology and quantitative evaluation components capable of ascertaining the effectiveness of the intervention(s). While quantitative research would most strongly demonstrate effectiveness, qualitative components may also add useful information. The description, budget, and timeline should reflect a strong research methodology. Applicants may propose studies that are pilot projects or extension projects. A pilot project implements and tests an intervention that has not been tested before for its utility and effectiveness in the donation field. An extension project builds on results of a pilot project or an existing strategy by adjusting or adding some new dimension to the original intervention to strengthen it. Studies that propose the use of multiple strategies are required to measure the independent effects of each strategy as well as the interactive effect of the various strategies. Applicants are required to demonstrate that their proposed intervention meets the requirements indicated in the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO). Applicants are encouraged to propose new ideas and novel approaches that are cost-effective in achieving these program objectives and demonstrate utility for the donation and transplantation community. Applicants may also implement strategies that have been proven to be successful in other public health fields and evaluate their effectiveness for use in the donation field. Applicants have flexibility in proposing interventions, including: The focus and nature of the intervention, intervention site(s), geographic location(s), target population(s), etc., insofar as they are consistent with the program objectives specified for this NOFO. Substantial attention is given to project impact. Study designs will be reviewed for their potential to be replicated after the period of performance with similar or other target populations or in similar or other parts of the country. Including more than one target population, oversampling specific population(s), or implementing in more than one geographic location are methods that may be employed to strengthen study findings, impact, and replication potential. HRSA will consider for funding under this notice, interventions designed to promote or encourage living organ donation or increasing target populations’ willingness or readiness to become a living donor. Applications that focus on living organ donation must clearly describe an intervention designed to increase the target population’s knowledge about, opportunities for, and the risks and benefits associated with living organ donation. Outcome measures must evaluate changes in awareness of and knowledge about the opportunities for and risks and benefits of living organ donation, or changes in the target populations’ willingness to consider living organ donation or become a living donor as appropriate. Applications that focus on VCA donation can include strategies to increase awareness of, knowledge about, and/or willingness to become a VCA donor at the time of one’s death or to authorize VCA donation for a deceased relative or significant other. These interventions must be designed to foster greater public awareness of the availability, need for, and success of these types of transplants and/or increase the public’s willingness to donate one’s own or a relative’s hands or face for transplantation.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available

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