Community Health Funding Report

Funding News

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Testing Real ‘Best Practices’ in AIDS/HIV Services

AIDS United is working with federal HIV/AIDS Bureau Special Projects of National Significance program and Boston University School of Public Health on a new -- albeit limited -- initiative designed to disseminate information on “what works” in HIV treatment and care.

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Foundations Unite in Effort to Help Children, Youths

Ten major foundations are joining forces to create Blue Meridian Partners, which will encourage grantmaking to help charities serving low-income children and youths.

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Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Awards Cancer Grants

Cancer grants from the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation focus on the care aspects of the disease rather than research.

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Funds Help National Lupus Education, Treatment Efforts

The Office of Minority Health announces the availability of FY 2016 funds for the National Health Education Lupus Program (NHELP). The purpose of NHELP is to reduce lupus-related health problems among racial and ethnic minority and/or disadvantaged populations disproportionately affected by this dis...

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CDC Moves Forward with Continuation Funding

CDC is awarding a host of continuation grants rather than making new awards.

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Examining the Link between Social Needs, Health Needs

The Department of Health and Human Services announces a $157 million funding opportunity (http://www.cdpublications.com/chf/12547) to test whether screening beneficiaries for health-related social needs, as well as helping them receive the community-based services associated with such needs, will im...

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Real World Cancer Treatment Focus of Grants

The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute approves $70 million for nine new research projects focusing on various stages and types of cancer.

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Grant Continuations Dominate Funding

This decision to continue existing grants rather than start new competitions is likely to be a factor in other 2016 grant competitions.

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Best Practices: Young People and Community Mental Health

Grantmakers in Health reports on an effort by the Brandywine Health Foundation to support a youth mental health program designed to address high rates of depression among Coatesville Pennsylvania-area youth.

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CDC Reserves 2016 Funds for Continuations

The Centers for Disease Control announces that instead of holding a new competition, in FY 2016 it will simply continue existing awards for certain programs.

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