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HRSA-23-027fd737a9e-7bd8-48d0-b3a8-492268f4e5e512/5/2022 Due in 3 days at 11:59 PM ET1/13/2023 Due in 42 days at 5:00 PM ET10/4/2022 Available in 59 days at 12:00 AM ETQ8MQuality Improvement Fund – Maternal Health 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 information93.527 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity for current Health Center Program award recipients to apply for funding under the fiscal year (FY) 2023 Quality Improvement Fund – Maternal Health (QIF-MH). The purpose of QIF-MH funding is to improve maternal health and reduce racial and ethnic maternal health disparities by supporting health centers to partner with patients and the community to develop and pilot innovative, patient-centered, scalable models of care delivery that address the clinical and health-related social needs of health center patients at highest risk of maternal morbidity and mortality. For more details, see Program Requirements and Expectations.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-23-0159be7404d-c367-4341-99f5-c85dbe49bb7712/12/2022 Due in 10 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A10/13/2022 Available in 50 days at 12:00 AM ETT9BTeaching Health Center Planning and 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 information93.530 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the Teaching Health Center Planning and Development (THCPD) Program. The purpose of this grant program is to make awards to establish new accredited community-based primary care medical or dental residency programs and residency programs in family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, internal medicine-pediatrics, psychiatry, obstetrics and gynecology, general dentistry, pediatric dentistry, or geriatrics to address shortages in the primary care physician and dental workforce shortages and challenges faced by in rural and underserved communities. This NOFO will support the establishment of approved graduate medical and dental residency training programs for physicians and dentists. This program aims to increase primary care physician and dental residency training in community-based patient care settings by providing funds to support the development of new programs in these settings, which are often located in underserved areas where resources may not be easily attainable. As such, THCPD funding may only be utilized to support the development of new physician and dental accredited residency programs within the disciplines listed above and throughout this NOFO.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-23-074ac7ffbd0-9a7b-47db-a888-88af4ffb0a9b12/14/2022 Due in 12 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A9/14/2022 Available in 79 days at 12:00 AM ETU04Bright Futures Pediatric Implementation 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 The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is accepting applications for the fiscal year (FY) 2023 Infant, Child, and Adolescent Preventive Services (ICAPS) Program. The purpose of this program is to help care providers1 and care teams provide optimal health promotion and preventive services to infants, children, adolescents, young adults and their families. This Program accomplishes this purpose through two sets of program expectations and requirements: 1) Bright Futures Pediatric Implementation: Reviews evidence to support recommendations for updated evidence-based preventive services guidelines for infants, children, and adolescents, as well as advancement of innovations in health promotion and preventive services for these populations. Included in this activity is evidence review and recommendations to HRSA for evidence-informed preventive care and screening for infants, children, and adolescents for which, upon HRSA’s approval, under § 2713 of the Public Health Service Act, 42 U.S.C. § 300gg-13, certain insurance companies are required to provide insurance coverage without cost-sharing. 2) Advancing Systems/Technical Assistance (TA) for Healthy Tomorrows, Healthy Tomorrows Resource Center: Provides technical assistance to entities receiving HRSA grant funding under the Healthy Tomorrows program (HRSA-17-008, HRSA-19-055, and HRSA-21-031) to assist such entities in carrying out such grant awards. Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI): Provides training and educates providers caring for infants and children who are deaf or hard of hearing, as well as state/territory Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) programs, on evidence-based practice to ensure that these infants, children and their families have timely access to early intervention and comprehensive care. For more details, see Program Requirements and Expectations.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-23-051de65b898-1620-478f-93fc-f106ab77302412/16/2022 Due in 14 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A10/14/2022 Available in 49 days at 12:00 AM ETH65Community Based Dental Partnership 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 information93.924 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the fiscal year (FY) 2023 Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Part F Community Based Dental Partnerships Program (CBDPP). The purpose of this program is to improve access to oral health care services for low income people with HIV in underserved geographic areas while simultaneously providing education and clinical training for dental students, dental hygiene students, dental residents, or other dental providers in community-based settings. CBDPPs will accomplish program goals through collaborations between dental and dental hygiene education programs recognized by the Commission on Dental Accreditation and community-based dental providers. This funding opportunity is open to current RWHAP Part F CBDPP recipients and new organizations proposing to provide RWHAP Part F CBDPP funded services in existing geographic service areas as described in Appendix A and one new service area as described below. Applications for existing service areas must address the entire service area as defined in Appendix A. Applicants not proposing to serve the entire published service area must demonstrate the availability of comprehensive oral health care services to all RWHAP eligible populations within the service area through partners or other RWHAP providers. Applicants requesting service area expansion beyond what is published in Appendix A must fully demonstrate the need for RWHAP Part F CBDPP funded services in that area. Applicants proposing to expand existing service areas cannot request funding above the amount listed in Appendix A. In addition, applications will be accepted from organizations proposing to provide oral health care services in a new geographic service area as described by the applicant. For the purposes of this NOFO, a new service area is a defined geographic area with a demonstrated need for oral health care services for low income people with HIV, not adequately covered by other sources of support. HRSA anticipates awarding one new service area for up to $300,000 under this notice. Newly proposed service areas must not geographically overlap partially or fully, with existing RWHAP Part F CBDPP service areas as described in Appendix A. Applicants applying for more than one service area must submit a separate application for each service area. For more details, see Program Requirements and Expectations.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-23-078a2a6888f-ee60-4847-92d7-8cef8b7963331/3/2023 Due in 32 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A9/22/2022 Available in 71 days at 12:00 AM ETU40Family/Professional Partnership 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 Family Engagement and Leadership in Systems of Care (FELSC) cooperative agreement. The purpose of the FELSC program is to enhance engagement of families of children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) and individuals with lived experience, within the systems that serve them. Family engagement is defined as patients, families, their representatives, and health professionals working in active partnership at various levels across the health care system to improve health and health care.1 The FELSC program will achieve this through two projects: 1) providing national leadership on family engagement to support maternal and child health (MCH) programs that serve CYSHCN and 2) providing technical assistance and training to the 59 HRSA-funded Family-to-Family Health Information Centers (F2F HICs).2 You must apply for both Project 1 and Project 2.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-23-0801c2a63dc-deee-44ce-949b-21063a5d3d601/4/2023 Due in 33 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A10/3/2022 Available in 60 days at 12:00 AM ETU49Children's Safety Network 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 Children’s Safety Network (CSN) program. The purpose of this program is to increase the capacity of Title V agencies1 to adopt and implement evidence-based child and adolescent safety programs, practices, and policies, with a specific focus on injury and violence prevention-related Title V performance and outcome measures, such as injury hospitalizations, bullying, safe sleep, and suicide, as well as leading causes of injury-related deaths among children and adolescents (e.g., motor vehicle crashes, firearms, and poisonings). The overarching goal of this program is to reduce infant, child, and adolescent injury hospitalizations and deaths. This program will: • Provide technical assistance (TA) and capacity-building services to state Title V agencies, including implementing learning collaboratives. • Develop and disseminate up-to-date injury prevention resources. • Maintain a coalition of national, state, and local agencies and other key injury prevention stakeholders. • Increase coordination with Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) programs, resource centers, and partner organizations on injury prevention activities. The Program will collect and report on baseline data in Year 1 (June 1, 2023 – May 31, 2024) and subsequently achieve the following core objectives/targets by May 31, 2028: • Provide individual TA to at least 25 states and jurisdictions on child and adolescent safety. • Develop and disseminate at least 15 written resources, 25 public webinars, 25 state TA Webinars, and publish at least 6 peer-reviewed journal articles on child and adolescent safety. • Document that at least 90% of teams participating in the learning collaboratives report increased knowledge and application of child safety quality improvement strategies. • Document that at least 50% of teams participating in the learning collaborative report implementing evidence-driven practices, programs, and policies. • Increase by at least 50% the number of MCHB programs, resource centers, and partner organizations collaborating and coordinating with CSN. For more details, see Program Requirements and Expectations.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-23-03644ad6ffc-0f99-4d99-9329-e9dd935176fa1/6/2023 Due in 35 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A10/5/2022 Available in 58 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 Grant”). The purpose of the Network Planning Program is to promote the planning and development of integrated health care networks to address the following legislative aims: (i) achieve efficiencies; (ii) expand access to, coordinate, and improve the quality of basic health care services and associated health outcomes; and (iii) strengthen the rural health care system as a whole. This program supports one year of planning and brings together key parts of a rural health care delivery system, particularly those entities that may not have collaborated in the past, to establish and/or improve local capacity in order to strengthen rural community health interventions and enhance care coordination. In addition to funding Network Planning programs through the Regular Network Planning track, in FY 2023 the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP) will also offer an option for applicants to select the Advancing Health Equity (AHE) track. In addition to addressing the three legislative aims of the regular Network Planning program, applicants will select only one of these two tracks. AHE applicants will seek to coalesce community stakeholders to focus on addressing health equity needs and improve health outcomes for underserved members of rural communities. The intent of the AHE track is to focus on collaboration between entities to establish or improve local capacity and care coordination among rural Black, Latino, and Indigenous and Native American persons, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and other persons of color; members of religious minorities; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) persons; persons with disabilities; and persons otherwise adversely affected by persistent poverty or inequality. The Network Planning program uses the concept of developing networks as a strategy toward linking rural health care network members together to address local challenges, and help rural stakeholders achieve greater collective capacity to overcome challenges related to limited economies of scale for individual hospitals, clinics, or other key rural health care stakeholders. Studies show that integrated health care networks formed in rural communities allow for better resource allocation of both personnel and shared assets to decrease and/or prevent chronic disease, create stronger buy-in, trust and input among stakeholders and community members, improve data sharing, and increase sustainability and longevity of the network. Because of the benefits a network provides, at least 88 percent of past Network Planning award recipients have reported the sustainability of at least some elements of their network activities post-grant.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-23-04642a0a8e3-4c9c-4c11-9293-4c1f1d45e1231/9/2023 Due in 38 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A11/10/2022 Available in 22 days at 12:00 AM ETU5ARural Telementoring Training 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 information93.155 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement True
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the Rural Telementoring Training Center (RTTC) Program. The purpose of this program is to train academic medical centers or other centers of excellence to create or expand technology-enabled collaborative learning and capacity building (telementoring) models to support health care providers in rural areas. Telementoring models include Project ECHO, Project ECHO-like models, and other emerging models in the field including but not limited to Provider-to-Provider Telehealth.1 Telementoring connects primary care providers and care teams treating patients with complex chronic conditions with specialists.2 By using telementoring to connect primary care providers and care teams in rural areas with specialists at academic medical centers or other centers of excellence for training and support, rural patients are more likely to receive necessary care from providers in their local communities. Therefore, it is vital for the RTTC Program award recipient to assist in the development of strategies focused on improving the retention of rural providers and enhancing health care outcomes for rural patients with complex conditions in order to improve health care in rural areas. The RTTC Program award recipient will provide technical assistance (TA) resources that are national in scope, freely accessible, and meet the needs of rural communities and health care providers. Technical assistance will be provided through a variety of modalities including individual consults, trainings, webinars, online tools, and resources. This program does not support direct patient care services. The tools and resources developed by the RTTC will enhance rural patients’ access to quality care along with fostering and supporting workforce development and retention for rural health care providers. This cooperative agreement aligns with HRSA’s goals of fostering a health care workforce to address current and emerging needs, improving access to quality health services, achieving health equity, and enhancing population health.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-23-0504c4c131f-878e-4a6a-8ffe-e38f8253b9ca1/13/2023 Due in 42 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A11/14/2022 Available in 18 days at 12:00 AM ETH12Ryan White Title IV Women, Infants, Children, Youth and Affected Family Members AIDS Healthcare 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 information93.153 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Part D - Women, Infants, Children and Youth (WICY) Grant Supplemental Funding. The purpose of this supplemental funding is to strengthen organizational capacity to respond to the changing health care landscape and increase access to high quality family-centered HIV primary health care services for low income women, infants, children, and youth (WICY) with HIV. HRSA intends funding under this program to support one short-term activity that can be completed by the end of the one-year period of performance. You may propose an expansion of an activity previously supported under the FY2021 or FY2022 RWHAP Part D Supplemental funding (HRSA-21-059; HRSA-22-037; HRSA-22-156) or Part C Capacity Development funding (HRSA-21-058; HRSA-22-019) for either an HIV Care Innovation or Infrastructure Development activity; however, HRSA will not fund the same activity in FY 2023 as HRSA funded previously in FY 2021 or FY 2022. If the proposed project is an expansion of a previously funded activity, you must provide a clear rationale for how the proposed activity builds upon and furthers the objectives of the previously funded activity. You may select only one activity under the selected category
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-23-093d2a0f465-7798-4328-9adf-c75769f848451/17/2023 Due in 46 days at 11:59 PM ET2/16/2023 Due in 76 days at 5:00 PM ET11/17/2022 Available in 15 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 domestic public or 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 notice of funding opportunity (NOFO) is to ensure continued access to comprehensive, culturally competent, high-quality primary health care services for communities and populations currently served by the Health Center Program.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-23-0251ee09b58-a9c7-4724-828e-b1b7e5ad03371/17/2023 Due in 46 days at 11:59 PM ET2/16/2023 Due in 76 days at 5:00 PM ET11/15/2022 Available in 17 days at 12:00 AM ETH8HFY 2021 Ending the HIV Epidemic - Primary Care HIV Prevention 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 information93.527 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose PCHP funding will expand HIV prevention services that decrease the risk of HIV transmission in underserved communities in support of Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. This FY 2023 funding opportunity will make available HIV prevention investments to Health Center Program operational (H80) award recipients located in Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. geographic locations that did not receive FY 2020, FY 2021, or FY 2022 PCHP funding.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-23-070b72437d5-4109-43b9-b711-918b48e916891/19/2023 Due in 48 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A10/21/2022 Available in 42 days at 12:00 AM ETT77Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics 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 information93.877 Open
 
  • Cooperative Agreement False
  • Guidance Availablility Yes
  • Purpose This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics (DBP) Training Program. By expanding the DBP workforce, children with a wide range of developmental and behavioral concerns will have increased access to evaluation and services that address medical and psychosocial aspects of development. Through this award, programs will: • Prepare DBP fellows and other long-term trainees (LTTs) for leadership roles as teachers, investigators, and clinicians. • Build workforce capacity to evaluate for, diagnose or rule out developmental disabilities (DD), including autism, and other behavioral health concerns. • Prepare trainees to participate in clinical care and research training across the broad range of behavioral and developmental health concerns. • Provide pediatric practitioners, residents, and medical students with essential psychosocial knowledge and clinical expertise. • Provide technical assistance (TA) to strengthen systems of care for children who may have autism/DD and their families. TA recipients may include state Title V Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant agencies and community agencies. Each recipient will accomplish this purpose through five overarching objectives: Objective 1: Recruit and train 10 LTTs, including 5 DBP fellows and 5 other LTTs, over the 5-year period of performance. Objective 2: Conduct one activity per year to address equity and improve access to DBP services. Objective 3: Provide training to a minimum of 200 short- and medium-term trainees per year. Objective 4: Train a minimum of 150 practicing providers through continuing education per year. Objective 5: Provide a minimum of 10 technical assistance (TA) activities per year to strengthen systems of care for children who may have autism/DD and their families.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-23-0388f1905a0-3afc-4ead-9ebd-3359c39d4c6c1/19/2023 Due in 48 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A10/21/2022 Available in 42 days at 12:00 AM ETG39Rural Communities Opioid Response Program-Overdose Response 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 Communities Opioid Response Program-Overdose Response program. The Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) is a multi-year HRSA initiative aimed at reducing the morbidity and mortality of substance use disorder (SUD), including opioid use disorder (OUD), in high-risk rural communities. This funding opportunity, RCORP-Overdose Response, will advance RCORP’s overall goal by supporting immediate responses to the opioid crisis in rural areas. Over the course of a one-year period of performance, RCORP-Overdose Response recipients will address immediate needs in rural areas through improving access to, capacity for, and sustainability of prevention, treatment, and recovery services for substance use disorder (SUD). To achieve the purpose of the RCORP-Overdose Response program, applicants must select from a list of allowable activities. Please see Program Requirements and Expectations for additional information. Applicants are encouraged to give special consideration to the needs of rural populations that have historically suffered from poorer health outcomes or health disparities, as compared to the rest of the rural population. Examples of these rural populations include, but are not limited to: racial and ethnic minorities, people who are pregnant, adolescents and youth, LGBTQIA+ individuals, veterans, socioeconomically disadvantaged populations, the elderly, and individuals with disabilities.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-23-0547f4fd1bf-c77c-494e-985c-ee9d1c36b24d1/19/2023 Due in 48 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A10/19/2022 Available in 44 days at 12:00 AM ETU69National Training and Technical Assistance 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 fiscal year (FY) 2023 Ryan White HIV AIDS Program (RWHAP) Integrated HIV/AIDS Planning and Resource Allocation Cooperative Agreement. The purpose of this cooperative agreement is to provide tools, training and technical assistance (TA) to RWHAP Parts A and B recipients and their planning bodies. RWHAP Parts A and B recipients and planning bodies submit Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plans/ Statewide Coordinated Statements of Need (SCSNs) to HRSA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in response to legislative and programmatic requirements. Recipients and planning bodies must use Integrated Plans/SCSNs to better inform and coordinate HIV prevention and care program planning, priority setting, resource allocation, and continuous quality improvement efforts to meet the HIV service delivery needs within their jurisdictions. The primary goals of this cooperative agreement is to provide technical assistance to Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Parts A and B recipients and their planning bodies regarding: 1) the integration of HIV planning across systems of HIV prevention and care within their jurisdictions; and 2) the development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and improvement of Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plans (Integrated Plans), including Statewide Coordinated Statements of Need (SCSN), submitted to HRSA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in response to legislative and programmatic requirements This cooperative agreement will help ensure state and local health departments and planning bodies have the knowledge, skills, tools, and other materials to ensure meaningful, efficient, and collaborative integrated planning processes. The funded entity will work in collaboration with HRSA and CDC to accomplish the following key objectives: 1) Develop strategies, tools, training, and TA for RWHAP Part A and B recipients and planning bodies to support the development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and improvement of Integrated Plans/SCSNs. a. Identify innovative approaches to providing effective targeted TA to select jurisdictions in need of additional instruction or support regarding integrated planning processes. b. Facilitate peer learning opportunities across RWHAP Part A and B recipients and planning bodies. c. Collaborate and engage with a broad spectrum of national organizations, including CDC’s Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) providers and programs, that have common interests and support state, territorial, and local health department integrated HIV programs, (e.g.: TA on engagement plan/protocol development, collaborative meetings/conference calls, development and distribution of informational materials, etc.) 2) Collaborate with CBA providers in TA to HRSA recipients and CDC grant recipients on relevant HIV prevention & care planning content areas, (e.g.: integrated planning, community engagement, etc.). 3) Support RWHAP Part A & B recipients and planning bodies in establishing effective integrated planning processes, maximizing collaboration within and across jurisdictions at a state or territory level, and obtaining meaningful community engagement. a. Help jurisdictions coordinate different HIV plans such as the Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. (EHE) and Getting to Zero and further the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS). b. Promote increased involvement from people with HIV, particularly from those communities most affected by HIV. 4) Establish measures and methods for obtaining feedback from RWHAP Parts A and B recipients and their planning bodies, evaluating the process and outcome of cooperative agreement activities, and using feedback and evaluation findings to improve future work. 5) Identify, describe, and disseminate through cooperative agreement activities required under this NOFO, the common challenges, successes, and promising or best practices among RWHAP Part A and B recipients and planning bodies in their integrated planning processes, and in their attainment of goals outlined in Integrated Plans/SCSNSCSNs.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available
HRSA-23-07544c2b0db-eebc-4911-9fb0-d02ec6394fdb1/26/2023 Due in 55 days at 11:59 PM ETN/A10/28/2022 Available in 35 days at 12:00 AM ETU1TBuilding Systems of Services for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs 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 Center for a System of Services for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (National Center). The purpose of this program is to advance the system of services for children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) by supporting the implementation of the Blueprint for Change: Guiding Principles for a System of Services for Children and Youth With Special Health Care Needs1 (Blueprint for Change), a national agenda to improve health and well-being for CYSHCN and their families. This program will assist Title V programs and other key stakeholders who serve CYSHCN and their families by implementing strategies in four critical areas: health equity, CYSHCN and family well-being and quality of life, access to services, and financing of services.2 The National Center will support implementation of the Blueprint for Change by providing national coordination and leadership in two overarching activities: 3) Developing a Blueprint Implementation Roadmap that identifies actionable steps at the research, policy, and practice level for sectors serving CYSHCN and their families to implement the principles and strategies in the Blueprint for Change. 4) Assisting states, communities, and other stakeholders to implement the Blueprint Implementation Roadmap. These two activities will be accomplished by conducting policy/practice assessment and analysis; supporting partnership building; developing and conducting training; providing technical assistance (TA) and education; developing and disseminating resources and materials to support Blueprint for Change implementation; and conducting a program evaluation. The National Center’s key activities are divided into two phases: • Phase 1- Exploration, Roadmap Development, and Pilot Testing: Phase 1 will take place in years 1 - 2. It will encompass an assessment and analysis of system level gaps and emerging needs to develop and actively test the Blueprint Implementation Roadmap that will help guide the implementation of Blueprint for Change principles and strategies at the community, state, and national levels. • Phase 2 - Implementation: Phase 2 will take place in years 3, 4, and 5. It will focus on assisting states, communities and other key stakeholders in implementing the Blueprint Implementation Roadmap and innovations tested in Phase 1. Specific activities outlined in the phases can be found in the Program Requirements and Expectations section.
  • Eligibility Information Not Available

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