Community Health Funding Report

Funding News

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HHS Funds More Anti-Domestic Violence Efforts

The Office on Women’s Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is awarding a total of $3.7 million for the Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Provider Network.

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HRSA to Review Rural Benefits Outreach Grant Program

The Health Resources and Services Administration plans to start a new, three-year information collection project designed to collect information from the 10 Rural Outreach Benefits Counseling program grantees to determine whether future funding is justified

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AHRQ Restores Higher Grant Amounts

With funding easing a little, AHRQ now announces an increase in the budget limit for applications submitted in response to the Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs) that use the AHRQ general large health services research (R01, R18) grant mechanism.

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SAMHSA Wants to Promote Homeless, Behavioral Health

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services will award funds to Faces and Voices of Recovery in order produce a series of webinars to help train support specialists, coaches, and people in recovery, and to educate the media, the public, and policymakers about the benefits of using a peer support recovery approach to address and mitigate homelessness issues.

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SAMHSA Seeks Help from Entertainment Industry on Mental Health

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration wants to award funds to the Entertainment Industries Council (EIC) Inc. to produce and conduct four public health education live webcasts in a panel format featuring health, social marketing, and people recovering from mental and/or substance abuse disorders.

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New Community Health Center Grants Announced

The RCHN Community Health Foundation has made its latest awards under a new initiative designed to improve community health centers management. The latest winners will each receive $150,000 to develop projects that involve creating more effective care management systems.

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Highmark Awards $1.1 Million for Health Projects in WV and PA

Highmark Foundation's latest grant awards of $1.1 million go to help nonprofits address health-related issues in West Virginia and Pennsylvania. There's an emphasis on disease-related issues such as cancer (funding helps improve screening programs in Appalachia communities), and hospitals, particularly programs that improve personalized services for specific populations, such as girls and women or elderly patients.

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Funds Support Emotional Impacts on Health

The George Family Foundation awards $1.6 million to support health projects in Minnesota designed to help coordinate leadership, community involvement and even spirituality in an attempt to produce better outcomes.

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Funds Help Promote Community Health Improvements

The Cambia Health Foundation of Portland, OR, has started a matching funds program designed to promote the "Blue Zone Project" in the state.

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NIH Looks for Budget Help

The National Institutes of Health’s Office of Strategic Coordination is looking for help to manage its Common Fund.

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