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SAFER grants help fire departments maintain an adequate workforce to provide 24-hour fire safety coverage for the nation’s communities. Funds may be used to hire and rehire firefighters.
The program supports traffic safety programs and projects to reduce the number of traffic crashes, deaths, injuries and property damage on tribal lands. These projects are designed to reduce the high number of traffic crashes and their resulting fatalities, injuries and property damage within Indian communities.
The program provides funds to: (1) improve the farm management knowledge and skills of agricultural producers; and (2) establish and maintain a national, publicly available farm financial management database to support improved farm management.
The program supports governments in the testing of untested sexual assault kits, preventing sexual assaults and improving the criminal justice system's response to sexual assaults. Multidisciplinary community response teams will inventory, track and test previously unsubmitted sexual assault kits, as well as produce necessary protocols and policies in support of improved coordination and collaboration among laboratories, police, prosecutors and victim service providers. Additionally, these teams will provide resources to address the resulting sexual assault investigations and prosecutions and optimize victim notification protocols and services.
The program supports biomedical research. The federal agency partnership will result in a portfolio of high-quality research to provide scientific analysis of important aspects of the biomedical research enterprise.
The program tests whether payments for integrated service delivery across behavioral health, physical health and other child services reduces Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program expenditures and improves the quality of care for covered children. The InCK model will assist states and local communities in addressing priority health concerns for children, such as behavioral health challenges, including opioid and other substance use, and the effects of opioid use on families.
The MOM model will test evidence-based service delivery and payment methods for pregnant and postpartum women with opioid use disorder and their infants to reduce Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program expenditures. The awardees will design and implement state-specific interventions through funding for infrastructure and capacity development.
CAMP provides academic and financial support to help migrant and seasonal farmworkers and members of their immediate family complete their first year of college and continue in postsecondary education. Preference goes to applicants with experience operating these types of programs and proposing STEM initiatives.
Agency: National Institute of Justice (DOJ); Program: Research and Evaluation for the Testing and Interpretation of Physical Evidence in Publicly Funded Forensic Laboratories (CFDA Number: 16.560) (Funding Opportunity Number: NIJ-2019-15507); Focus Areas: Crime, safety;...
HEP helps migrant and seasonal farmworkers and members of their immediate family: (1) obtain a general education diploma that meets the guidelines for high school equivalency established by the state in which the HEP project is conducted; and (2) gain employment or be placed in a college, university or other postsecondary education or training. Those with experience operating these types of programs receive preference. Additionally, OESE gives preference to those proposing to improve collaboration between education providers and employers to ensure student learning objectives are aligned with the skills or knowledge required for employment in in-demand industry sectors or occupations.
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