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The Partnership Center Newsletter

April 2, 2010

In This Issue:


Dear Partners,

The cherry blossoms are blooming in Washington, DC and this is an exciting time at HHS. As you know, the president recently signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which will make health care more affordable and expand health coverage to all Americans. We’re looking forward to working with you in the coming months to ensure your communities, congregations and organizations have the information they need to understand what health insurance reform means to them.

Please see this week’s featured update section to learn about safeguarding your tax-exempt status and how the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act can help your organization feed hungry children while school is out this summer.

As always, please see the bottom section of our newsletter for an updated and expanded grants section filled with information regarding grants available to faith-based and community non-profits like yours.

Sincerely,

Alexia Kelley, Director
Center for Faith-Based & Neighborhood Partnerships
US Department of Health & Human Services

Empowering America's Grassroots

Featured Update 

Protect Your Tax-Exempt Status!

Don't throw away your tax-exempt status. Large or small tax-exempt organization: file your annual return. For details go to www.irs.gov/eo

We want to make sure you, our partners in service, don’t accidentally lose tax-exempt status due to recent changes in the law. Please pay close attention to this very important reminder from our friends at the IRS about filing your annual return:

“The IRS is engaged in a comprehensive communication effort to alert tax-exempt organizations of a new provision of the tax code that requires the IRS to revoke the tax-exemption of organizations that fail to file their annual information return for three consecutive years. As you can imagine, it is extremely important that the non-profit community, both faith-based and secular, be aware of this information.” 

Please take a look at this fact sheet for more information:Fact sheet

Help Hungry Families this Summer with the

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

In an effort to address childhood hunger, the US Department of Health & Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service, are notifying states that Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) funds available through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act can be used to assist families through the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP).

Each summer, 18 million students are at risk of going hungry when the school year ends and school lunches are no longer available. For many children, school meals are the only complete and nutritious meals they eat; therefore, during the months of summer, many children have an even greater need for food programs.

That need will likely increase this summer and rural communities are often underserved by the program.

The SFSP can help to fill the summer meal gap for low-income children. Faith-based organizations and community groups can make a difference in the lives of hungry children by serving meals with SFSP, a federally funded program administered by states that reimburses organizations for meals served to children during the summer.

Churches, community centers, playgrounds, recreation areas and multi-family housing projects can serve meals in neighborhoods with high percentages of low-income families. These venues are safe and familiar locations where children may naturally congregate during the summer.

There are two ways to get involved with SFSP. Community and Faith-based organizations may become a SFSP site where meals are served, or they can be a SFSP sponsor that both serves meals and keeps track of the accounting and paperwork. Sponsors are reimbursed for all meals served that meet USDA’s nutrition standards.

For more information about SFSP, please visit  http://www.fns.usda.gov/cnd/summer/.

For more information and guidance on the TANF Emergency Contingency Fund, please visit http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/ofa/policy/backgroundtef.htm.

Grant Opportunities

 National Institutes of Health

Title:ADOLESCENT MEDICINE TRIALS NETWORK FOR HIV/AIDS INTERVENTIONS
Description: The primary mission of this funding opportunity will be to conduct research, both independently and in collaboration with existing research networks and individual investigators, in HIV-infected and HIV-at-risk pre-adolescents, adolescents, and young adults up to age 25 years. This network will have the capacity for developing and conducting selected behavioral, community-based translational, prophylactic, therapeutic, and vaccine trials.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:April 14, 2010
Number of Grants Available:See Full Announcement
Grant is administered by the:National Institutes of Health

Title:NCMHD ADVANCES IN HEALTH DISPARITIES RESEARCH ON SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH
Description: The overarching goal of this funding opportunity is to encourage groundbreaking research addressing the social determinants of health and health disparities. Furthermore, the intent of this grant is to intensify investigator-initiated research, to attract new investigators to the field, and to encourage transdisciplinary research that will advance health disparities science.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:May 17, 2010
Number of Grants Available:See Full Announcement
Grant is administered by the:National Institutes of Health

Title:NICHD MATERNAL FETAL MEDICINE UNITS NETWORK
Description: This funding opportunity invites applications from investigators willing to participate with the NICHD under a cooperative agreement in an ongoing, multi-center clinical program that is designed to investigate problems in clinical obstetrics. Issues addressed will be those specifically related to prevention of low birth weight, prematurity, and medical problems of pregnancy.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:June 1, 2010
Number of Grants Available:16
Grant is administered by the:National Institutes of Health

Title:RESEARCH ONIMPROVING HEALTH CARE FOR OBESE PATIENTS
Description: The purpose of this funding opportunity is for organizations to conduct research to determine the barriers to optimal health care for obese patients, and to test innovations or modifications in care delivery to improve health outcomes for obese patients independent of weight loss.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:June 5, 2010
Number of Grants Available:16
Grant is administered by the:National Institutes of Health

Title:NUTRITION OBESITY RESEARCH CENTERS
Description: This grant is for organizations that propose to establish core centers that are part of an integrated program of nutrition and/or obesity research.  The purpose of this Centers program is to bring together, on a cooperative basis, basic science and clinical investigators to enhance the effectiveness of their research related to nutrition and/or obesity.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:June 22, 2010
Number of Grants Available:5
Grant is administered by the:National Institutes of Health

Title:MODELING OF INFECTIOUS DISEASE AGENT SYSTEMS
Description: The emphasis of this funding opportunity is for organizations to provide the U.S. scientific and public health communities with better resources, knowledge, and tools to improve their ability to identify and prevent the spread of diseases resulting from the emergence or intentional release of pathogens and their products. Research projects will become part of the Models of Infectious Disease Agent Study (MIDAS) Network.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:July 15, 2010
Number of Grants Available:See Full Announcement
Grant is administered by the:National Institutes of Health

Title:METHODS FOR PREVENTION PACKAGES PROGRAM
Description: This funding opportunity invites applications for multidisciplinary research programs that; (1) devise optimal HIV prevention packages (combination interventions) for specific populations; (2) perform pilot studies to demonstrate that the proposed prevention package is acceptable to the target population and the study design is appropriate and feasible; and (3) design clinical protocols to rigorously examine the safety and efficacy of these packages in the target population.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:July 15, 2010
Number of Grants Available:4-6
Grant is administered by the:National Institutes of Health

Title:MECHANISMS AND PREVENTION OF SEXUAL TRANSMISSION OF HIV/SIV
Description: The emphasis of this funding opportunity is for the discovery of research focused on acquiring new insights that may lead to the development of unconventional or outside-the-box approaches to vaccines and non-vaccine biomedical prevention strategies for optimizing mucosal protection against HIV/SIV.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:July 19, 2010
Number of Grants Available:8-12
Grant is administered by the:National Institutes of Health

Title:ACCESSIBLE AND AFFORDABLE HEARING HEALTH CARE
Description: This grant is intended to support research and/or infrastructure needs leading to accessible and affordable hearing health care.  This funding opportunity seeks milestone-driven research applications exploring new or innovative adaptations of approaches designed to increase access and affordability of hearing health care.  Applications should be focused on delivering better healthcare access and outcomes and should seek solutions that are effective, affordable and deliverable to those who need them.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:October 8, 2010
Number of Grants Available:2
Grant is administered by the:National Institutes of Health

Title:THE EFFECT OF RACIAL AND ETHNIC DISCRIMINATION/BIAS ON HEALTH CARE DELIVERY
Description: This funding opportunity encourages applications from organizations/institutions that propose to: 1) improve the measurement of racial /ethnic discrimination in health care delivery systems through improved instrumentation, data collection, and statistical/analytical techniques; 2) to enhance understanding of the influence of racial/ethnic discrimination in health care delivery and its association with disparities in disease incidence, treatment, and outcomes among disadvantaged racial/ethnic minority groups; and 3) to reduce the prevalence of racial/ethnic health disparities through the development of interventions to reduce the influence of racial/ethnic discrimination on health care delivery systems in the United States.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:May 7, 2011
Number of Grants Available:See Full Announcement
Grant is administered by the:
National Institutes of Health

Title:TECHNOLOGY-BASED ADHERENCE INTERVENTIONS FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSING POPULATIONS WITH HIV
Description: This funding opportunity is for research on determining the efficacy of interventions that use technological tools in order to foster adherence to HIV treatment regimens for substance abusing populations.  Such tools can include: mobile enabling technologies, Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA), enhanced Medication Event Monitoring System, computer software, portable digital devices, cell phone and/or Digital Assistant Device, among others. Multidisciplinary collaboration between social scientists, medical (physician/nurse) researchers and technology experts is encouraged.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:September 7, 2012
Number of Grants Available:6-9
Grant is administered by the:
National Institutes of Health

Title:HEALTH DISPARITIES IN NIDDK DISEASES
Description: The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) and the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) seek research to understand and mitigate issues of health disparities in high priority diseases within their scope, including diabetes, obesity, nutrition-related disorders, hepatitis C, gallbladder disease, H. Pylori infection, sickle cell disease, kidney diseases, urologic diseases, hematologic diseases, metabolic, gastrointestinal, hepatic, and renal complications from infection with HIV.NINR promotes and improves the health of individuals, families, communities, and populations, supports and conducts clinical and basic research and research training on health and illness across the lifespan.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:September 7, 2012
Number of Grants Available:See Full Announcement
Grant is administered by the:
National Institutes of Health

Title:RESEARCH ONALCOHOL AND HIV/AIDS
Description: Applicants for this grant should be interested in conducting research on the relationship between excessive alcohol consumption and HIV/AIDS.  Research projects can include pilot and feasibility studies; secondary analysis of existing data; small, self-contained research projects; development of research methodology; and development of new research technology.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:January 7, 2013
Number of Grants Available:See Full Announcement
Grant is administered by the:
National Institutes of Health

Title:DRUG ABUSE ASPECTS OF HIV/AIDS
Description: This funding opportunity is accepting applications to examine the drug abuse aspects of HIV/AIDS, including research on drug-related risk behaviors, addiction and HIV disease, and drug use/HIV-related comorbidities and consequences. Proposals are needed to identify and predict changes in the epidemiology of HIV/AIDS among injection and non-injection drug users and among their sexual partners.  This will be done in order to 1) develop and test primary and secondary drug abuse and HIV prevention and treatment interventions; 2) improve HIV testing, counseling, and treatment services for those living with HIV/AIDS; and 3) address basic mechanisms involved in HIV infection and AIDS pathogenesis in the context of drug abuse and addiction.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:January 7, 2013
Number of Grants Available:See Full Announcement
Grant is administered by the:
National Institutes of Health

Title:UNDERSTANDING AND PROMOTING HEALTH LITERACY
Description: The ultimate goal of this program announcement is to encourage empirical research on health literacy concepts, theory, and interventions as these relate to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services public health priorities that are outlined in its Healthy People initiative. Health literacy is defined as the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:May 7, 2013
Number of Grants Available:See Full Announcement
Grant is administered by the:
National Institutes of Health

Title:HOME AND FAMILY BASED APPROACHES FOR THE PREVENTION OR MANAGEMENT OF OVERWEIGHT OR OBESITY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD
Description: The direct goal of this initiative is to fund research that will advance knowledge for innovative approaches to the prevention or management of overweight in children less than 6 years of age, with potential for future translation to applications either in the home or linked to a community setting. Research should consider the familial mechanisms of behavior such as the role of families in the initiation, support, and reinforcement of fundamental food and beverage consumption, physical activity practices, and sedentary behaviors.  Applicants should propose clinical trials testing novel home- or family-based interventions for the prevention or management of overweight in infancy and early childhood. Tested interventions can use behavioral (including dietary and physical activity), environmental, or other relevant approaches.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:May 7, 2013
Number of Grants Available:See Full Announcement
Grant is administered by the:
National Institutes of Health

Title:BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH ON UNDERSTANDING AND REDUCING HEALTH DISPARITIES
Description: The purpose of this grant is to encourage behavioral and social science research on the causes and solutions to health and disabilities disparities in the U.S. population. Health disparities between, on the one hand, racial/ethnic populations, lower socioeconomic classes, and rural residents and, on the other hand, the overall U.S. population are major public health concerns. Emphasis is placed on research in and among three broad areas of action: 1) public policy, 2) health care, and 3) disease/disability prevention.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:May 11, 2013
Number of Grants Available:See Full Announcement
Grant is administered by the:
National Institutes of Health

  

Health Resources and Services Administration

Title:INTEGRATED COMMUNITY SERVICE SYSTEMS
Description: The purpose of this grant is to fund a National Center for Community Based Services for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs. This National Center will work with the Division of Services for Children and Youth with Special Health Needs (DSCSHN) to assure that services provided at the community level are integrated and easy to use for families of children and youth with special healthcare needs. Applicants must have national experience focused on policy and programs related to the performance outcome that “youth will successfully transition from the pediatric to adult health care system”.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:April 5, 2010
Number of Grants Available:1
Grant is administered by the:Health Resources & Services Administration

Title:MCH RESEARCH NETWORK ON PREGNANCY-RELATED CARE
Description: The Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) is awarding a grant that will support the establishment and maintenance of a research network that will develop new ideas for studies, conduct surveys on knowledge and practice of providers, and disseminate findings on pregnancy-related care. Substantial MCHB scientific and/or programmatic involvement with the awardee is anticipated during the performance of the project.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:April 5, 2010
Number of Grants Available:1
Grant is administered by the:Health Resources & Services Administration

  

 Agency for Health Care Research and Quality

Title: PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS
Description: The purpose of this funding opportunity is to gain practical knowledge for preventing and managing healthcare associated infections (HAIs).  Research priorities for this opportunity should include: 1) development, implementation and demonstration of the prevention and management of HAIs, along with the determination of the costs of such interventions; 2) determination of the efficacy, effectiveness, and costs of preventative interventions; 3) population-level studies on the patient risk factors, clinical presentation, sources, and disease genotypes of antibiotic-resistant organisms that can result in perceived HAIs.
Link To Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:January 7, 2013
Number of Grants Available:See Full Announcement
Grant is administered by the:Agency for Health Care Research & Quality

  

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration

Title:ASSERTIVE ADOLESCENT AND FAMILY TREATMENT
Description: The purpose of this program is to provide substance abuse services to adolescents and their families/primary caregivers in geographic areas with unmet need.  Grantees will implement evidence-based practices, specifically the Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach (A-CRA) coupled with Assertive Continuing Care (ACC), that are context specific focusing on the interaction between youth and their environments, family centered and community-based.  Families/primary caregivers are an integral part of the treatment process and their inclusion increases the likelihood of successful treatment and reintegration of the adolescents into their communities following the period of formalized treatment.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:April 23, 2010
Number of Grants Available:See Full Announcement
Grant is administered by the:Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration

Title:DRUG FREE COMMUNITIES MENTORING PROGRAM
Description: The purpose of the DFC Mentoring Program is to provide grant funds to existing DFC grantees, so that they may serve as Mentors to newly-formed and/or developing coalitions that have never received a DFC grant. The grant will help establish and strengthen collaboration among communities, public and private nonprofit agencies, and Federal, State, local, and tribal governments to support the efforts of community coalitions to prevent and reduce substance use among youth.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:April 23, 2010
Number of Grants Available:See Full Announcement
Grant is administered by the:Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration

Title:FAMILY CENTERED SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT GRANTS FOR ADOLESCENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES
Description: The purpose of this program is to provide substance abuse services to adolescents and their families/primary caregivers in geographic areas with unmet need. Grantees will implement evidence-based practices, specifically the Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach (A-CRA) coupled with Assertive Continuing Care (ACC), that are context specific focusing on the interaction between youth and their environments, family centered and community-based.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:April 23, 2010
Number of Grants Available:35
Grant is administered by the:Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration

Title:GRANTS TO EXPAND SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT IN TARGETED AREAS OF NEED
Description: The purpose of this program is to enhance and/or expand the capacity of substance abuse treatment providers to serve clients who have been underserved because of lack of access to treatment in their immediate community due to 1) transportation concerns; 2) an inadequate number of substance abuse treatment providers in their community; and/or 3) financial constraints.  This should be done through the use of therapeutic techniques that involve innovative, creative and cost-effective advanced technology. Technological modalities used can include Internet, tele-behavioral health, chatlines, videocams, etc.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:April 27, 2010
Number of Grants Available:6
Grant is administered by the:Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration

Title:CAPACITY BUILDING INITIATIVE FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND HIV PREVENTION SERVICES FOR AT-RISK RACIAL/ETHNIC MINORITY YOUNG ADULTS
Description: The purpose of this funding opportunity is to support an initiative to provide substance abuse and HIV prevention services to at-risk minority populations in communities disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS. The purpose of the CBI program is to support an array of activities to assist grantees in building a solid foundation for delivering and sustaining quality and accessibility of substance abuse and HIV prevention services. Specifically, the program aims to engage colleges, universities and community-level domestic public and private non-profit entities to prevent and reduce the onset of SA and transmission of HIV/AIDS among at-risk racial/ethnic minority young adults, ages 18-24.
Link to Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:May 17, 2010
Number of Grants Available:27
Grant is administered by the:Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration

  

 Administration for Families and Children

Title: CREATING FAMILY-CENTERED APPROACHES TO IMPROVE CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT OUTCOMES
Description: Applicants for this grant should be able to demonstrate strategies which 1) educate and involve both parents in child support enforcement (CSE) processes and 2) coordinate referral of both parents to needed non-CSE services (such as workforce development and employment). There is growing recognition that the more both parents understand and are involved in the decisions which affect their and their children’s lives.  This funding opportunity hopes to create a greater opportunity to improve CSE impacts and create healthier families. Project strategies must target unwed, low-income parents who are in need of child support assistance.
Link To Full Announcement:LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply:May 17, 2010
Number of Grants Available:4
Grant is administered by the:Administration for Families and Children (ACF)

  

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

Title:NATURAL EXPERIMENTS AND EFFECTIVENESS STUDIES TO IDENTIFY THE BEST POLICY AND SYSTEM LEVEL PRACTICES TO PREVENT DIABETES AND ITS COMPLICATIONS
Description:  This funding opportunity addresses “Healthy People 2010” priority area of Diabetes and works to increase the capacity of state diabetes control programs to address the prevention of diabetes and its complications at the community level.
Link To Full Announcement:  LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply: April 15, 2010
Number of Grants Available: 7
Grant is administered by the:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Title:EFFECTIVENESS OF EMPIRIC ANTIVIRAL TREATMENT FOR HOSPITALIZED COMMUNITY ACQUIRED PNEUMONIA DURING THE INFLUENZA SEASON
Description: 
The purpose of this funding opportunity is to provide support for research to determine the effectiveness of empiric influenza antiviral therapy, in addition to empiric antibiotic therapy, for hospitalized CAP patients during the periods when influenza viruses are circulating in the community; data from all funded sites will be collected in such a way to allow for pooling of data. The recent identification in April, 2009 and subsequent global spread of the influenza virus (H1N1), makes this an ideal time to conduct such studies.
Link To Full Announcement:
  LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply: April 26, 2010
Number of Grants Available: 2
Grant is administered by the:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Title:INTERVENTION THROUGH NATIONAL NETWORKING, EDUCATION, AND DISSEMINATION
Description: 
The purpose of this funding opportunity to 1) increase the availability and coordination of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) related prevention, intervention, and support services at the national, state, and local levels, and 2) increase awareness regarding FASDs through the distribution and dissemination of accurate information through professional and public health networks and the media. 
Link To Full Announcement:
  LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply: April 26, 2010
Number of Grants Available: 1
Grant is administered by the:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Title:DEVELOPMENT, IMPLEMENTATION, AND EVALUATION OF A MULTI-COMPONENT INTERVENTION TO VACCINATE ADOLESCENTS AT RISK FOR VACCINE-PREVENTABLE DISEASES
Description: 
The purpose of this funding opportunity is to seek a cooperative agreement to develop and implement a multi-component intervention to improve vaccination coverage levels among adolescents at increased risk for vaccine-preventable diseases.
Link To Full Announcement:
  LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply: April 26, 2010
Number of Grants Available: 2
Grant is administered by the:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Title:GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS WITH NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
Description: 
The purpose of the program is to improve global health through collaboration by addressing the following public health practice goals: 1) To implement evidence-based public health programs on important human infectious diseases, with an emphasis on HIV/AIDS, Malaria, and several other diseases; 2) To provide training for students, public health professionals and select staff in public health program planning; 3) To incorporate the results of program evaluations and lessons learned into operational disease prevention and control programs with others. 
Link To Full Announcement:
  LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply: May 5, 2010
Number of Grants Available: 5
Grant is administered by the:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Title:POPULATION BASED SURVEILLANCE FOR DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS AND PULMONARY EMBOLISM
Description: 
The purpose of the program is to develop and evaluate pilot programs for population based surveillance of deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism.
Link To Full Announcement:
  LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply: May 11, 2010
Number of Grants Available: 3
Grant is administered by the:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Title:NATIONAL PROGRAM TO ELIMINATE DIABETES-RELATED DISPARITIES IN VULNERABLE POPULATIONS
Description: 
The purpose of the program is to reduce morbidity, premature mortality, and eliminate health disparities associated with diabetes. This will be done by funding organizations to mobilize community partners and assist them to effectively plan, develop, implement, and evaluate community-based interventions to reduce the risk factors that influence the disproportionate burden of diabetes in vulnerable populations.
Link To Full Announcement:
  LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply: May 12, 2010
Number of Grants Available: 6
Grant is administered by the:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Title:NATIONAL FOLIC ACID PROMOTION PROGRAM
Description: 
The main purpose for this funding opportunity is to reduce the occurrence of spina bifida and other neural tube defects (NTDs) by increasing awareness and promoting folic acid consumption among key audiences.
Link To Full Announcement:
  LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply: May 12, 2010
Number of Grants Available: 2
Grant is administered by the:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Title:STRENGTHENING OF CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR FIELD EPIDEMIOLOGY TRAINING PROGRAMS
Description: 
The purpose of this announcement is to support the professional development of the public health workforce in South & Central America and the Caribbean through the design of appropriate continuing education and training materials for regional and national Field Epidemiology & Laboratory Training Programs.
Link To Full Announcement:
  LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply: May 19, 2010
Number of Grants Available: 1
Grant is administered by the:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Title:CAREER DEVELOPMENT GRANTS IN OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH RESEARCH
Description:  The goal of the career development program is to help ensure the availability of adequate numbers of highly trained scientists to address occupational health and safety and to provide new occupational health and safety scientists with appropriate mentoring. The purpose of the grant is to provide support and 75% “protected time” for an intensive, supervised career development experience in occupational health and safety research leading to research independence.
Link To Full Announcement: LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply: January 8, 2011
Number of Grants Available:50
Grant is administered by the:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  

OTHER

Title:Attorney General’s Children Exposed to Violence Demonstration
Description:  This program will develop and support comprehensive community-based strategic planning to prevent and reduce the impact of children's exposure to violence in their homes, schools, and communities.
Link To Full Announcement: LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Last Day to Apply: June 1, 2010
Number of Grants Available:8
Grant is administered by the:U.S. Department of Justice


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