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The grantee will oversee NEA Research Labs, new program that will support a series of transdisciplinary research partnerships, grounded in the social and behavioral sciences. These partnerships will produce and report empirical insights about the arts for the benefit of arts and non-arts sectors alike.
The purposes of the Indian Education Professional Development Grants program are to: (1) increase the number of qualified Indian individuals in professions that serve Indians; (2) provide training to qualified Indian individuals to become teachers, administrators, teacher aides, social workers, and ancillary educational personnel; and (3) improve the skills of qualified Indian individuals who serve in the education field. This year’s competition has three competitive priorities, which are spelled out in the solicitation.
The program funds wetland and associated upland habitat restoration and enhancement projects for conservation of native Great Lakes fish and wildlife populations, particularly migratory birds.
The program supports research on early diagnosis of psychosis. The agency seeks planning grant applications that: (1) identify a baseline rate of the duration of untreated psychosis (DUP) in community settings that include coordinated specialty care (CSC) programs; (2) map referral pathways to CSC care, (3) identify bottlenecks and gaps in the pathway to CSC care; and (4) develop and pilot test feasible strategies for substantially reducing DUP among persons with a first episode of psychosis (FEP).
YouthBuild is a youth and community development program that simultaneously addresses certain issues facing low-income communities: affordable housing; education; employment; crime prevention; and leadership development. The YouthBuild model balances in-school learning leading to a high school diploma or a GED certificate, as well as occupational skills training in preparation for career placement. Target populations for YouthBuild are: high school dropouts who may also be adjudicated youth; youth aging out of foster care; youth with disabilities; and other at-risk youth populations.
he grantees will plan and deliver regional training conferences that focus on strengthening and building the capacity of AmeriCorps programs and Senior Corps projects across the country.
The program supports preparations for a potential outbreak of Zika virus disease in the continental United States, Hawaii, and U.S. territories and freely associated states.
Federal funding for graduate medical education is primarily provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (HHS). Prior to CHGME enactment, children's teaching hospitals received a disproportionately low amount of federal funding when compared to teaching hospitals serving adult patients. This program compensates for the disparity.
The program supports projects that develop or refine state, tribal and local government wetland programs as a whole, or individual components of those programs. Wetland programs increase the quantity and quality of wetlands in the United States by conserving and restoring wetland acreage and improving wetland conditions.
The program supports demonstrations projects to develop special polyvictimization programs within Family Justice Centers.
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