Open Grants

Secondary Data Analysis of Evidence-Based Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Programs

(AH-TPE-16-001)

Due Dates:

  • Non-binding Letter of Intent: February 1, 2016
  • Applications: April 8, 2016

An FOA for Secondary Data Analysis of Evidence-Based Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Programs is posted at Grants.gov.

This FOA will support 1-2 cooperative agreements for a 24 month project period to conduct secondary data analyses using existing rigorous evaluation data from the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program (FY2010-2014). These analyses may include new or advanced methods or novel combination and integration of datasets, which can be outside of TPP or federal evaluations, to allow exploration of new questions in the area of teen pregnancy prevention.

This work will build upon and expand OAH’s program evaluation activities to identify programs with demonstrated effectiveness in reducing teen pregnancies and reducing disparities such as age, gender, or race/ethnicity. The Office of Adolescent Health will be substantially involved in the administration and management of the cooperative agreement/s to assist the awardees in achieving all project objectives and requirements.

More information can be found at http://www.grants.gov/view-opportunity.html?oppId=280741.

 

Providing Capacity Building Assistance to OAH Teen Pregnancy Prevention Grantees

(AH-TPS-16-001)

Due Dates:

  • Non-binding Letter of Intent: February 1, 2016
  • Applications: April 8, 2016

Supporting Materials: 

An FOA for Providing Capacity Building Assistance to OAH Teen Pregnancy Prevention Grantees is posted at Grants.gov.

This FOA solicits applications from organizations to provide capacity building assistance to the 84 OAH TPP grantees that received funding beginning July 1, 2015. OAH intends to make available approximately $2.9 million in FY 2016 funds to support five cooperative agreements competitively awarded under this FOA. 

The goal of this FOA is to provide capacity building assistance to OAH-funded Teen Pregnancy Prevention grantees in five key priority areas: (1) program implementation, (2) community mobilization and sustainability, (3) ensuring safe and supportive environments, (4) establishing and maintaining linkages and referrals to youth-friendly health care services, and (5) communications and dissemination. OAH will fund one cooperative agreement per priority area, for a total of five cooperative agreements. The organizations funded under this FOA will be expected to coordinate and collaborate with each other and with OAH. 

More information can be found at http://www.grants.gov/view-opportunity.html?oppId=280828.

Last updated: February 24, 2016