Community Health Funding Report

Funding News

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Health-Related Funding in Older Americans Act Renewal

President Obama signs into law a reauthorization of the Older Americans Act, which includes a number of discretionary and grant opportunities designed to address health, nutrition and similar needs of senior Americans.

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DOJ Funding Bill includes Funds to Curb Opioid Abuse

The FY 2017 funding bill for the Justice Department approved by a Senate appropriations subcommittee includes a total of $132 million to help communities combat heroin and illegal distribution of opioids.

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HUD Funding Bill Includes Health-Related Grants

As always, the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s appropriations bill – in this case, for FY 2017, as approved by a Senate appropriations subcommittee – includes a variety of health-related funding.

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Health Tech Winners May Help Providers Down the Road

Products that are already “market-ready” will be tested as a means of addressing community health needs, with funds going to pilot implementation programs.

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More Health Grant Continuations on Tap for 2016

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announces continuation awards for more programs ...

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Grant Applicants to Face Stricter Accountability Standards

OMB, within the next 60 days, will issue new guidelines for federal agencies to better incorporate risk-management strategies in developing and implementing their programs and policies. This will impact the way grantmaking agencies look at applications in terms of evaluating potential risks posed by applicants and their ability to properly use the funds to accomplish their stated goals.

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Program Helps Cancer Patients Reach Care

The Patient Advocate Foundation (PAF) is opening a new grant program designed to help those with multiple myeloma travel to medical care. It’s based on research results that found 15% of patients reported having problems with their care due to a failure to have reliable transportation to care facilities.

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More Time to Sign Up for Heart Disease Demo

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services extends the letters of intent/applications deadline for the Million Hearts Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction Model.

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CVS Foundation Supports Community Health Projects

New grant awards are released by the CVS Health Foundation. CVS has been working with the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics and the National Association of Community Health Centers to promote improvements in primary care and community health initiatives.

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Health Educators Eligible for HIV/AIDS Info Tool Funding

More than 300 organizations have received grants since the program began in 1994.

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