Community Health Funding Report

Funding News

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Grants Will Test Dating Violence Prevention Model

Early next year, the Centers for Disease Control is expected to issue an announcement for available funding to support testing of the Dating Matters model. Grants of $200,000-$500,000 will go to local health departments in high-risk, urban communities to test out the model in the real world.

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Health Providers Eligible for Broadband Loans

This program is designed to provide loans for funding for the costs of construction, improvement and acquisition of facilities and equipment to provide broadband service to eligible rural communities.

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HHS Doubles Down on Opioid Misuse

With opioid misuse leading to -- and in some ways surpassing -- illegal street drugs as the top substance abuse problem, the Department of Health and Human Services is launching a new effort to address the problem, and it includes millions in federal funding. As announced by HHS Secretary Sylvia B...

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New Funding Opportunity in South Florida

This is a new competition for funds that help nonprofits improve the health status of residents in Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe counties.

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September to See Workforce Diversity RFP

The Health Resources and Services Administration hopes to issue an RFP in September for the Nursing Workforce Diversity program.

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Robert Wood Johnson to Fund Health Collaboration Efforts

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation plans to fund projects examining the way state and local health department officials are using a "cross-jurisdictional sharing" approach as a way to cut costs and deliver services more effectively.

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More CHC Funding Coming, Says HRSA

With additional funding for community health centers approved for another two years under the so-called "doc fix" legislation, the Health Resources and Services Administration plans to issue a funding notice in December to support "new access points" for CHC services.

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Funding Supports Data for Health-related Research

The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute announces more than $142 million in grants to support health research under the National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network, or PCORNet.

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$14 Million to Boost Participation in Community Health Initiative

Funds go to help federally qualified health centers participate in Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes), which is designed to improve healthcare delivery systems that allow for quality treatment of both common and complicated conditions in areas where health services are lacking.

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California Readies for Next Health Exchange Enrollment

In preparation for the next enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act, Covered California -- California's health insurance exchange -- is awarding $10 million in new grants to community groups across the state to promote the enrollment of individuals.

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