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The Office of Public and Indian Housing reissues the solicitation for its Lead-Based Paint Capital Fund Program (CFDA Number: 14.888) (Funding Opportunity Number: FR-6100-N-42A). Public housing authorities use these funds to evaluate and reduce lead-based paint hazards implement comprehensive programs to identify and remediate lead-based paint hazards in public housing.
The National Endowment for the Humanities offers the initial FY 2019 deadline for its Digital Humanities Advancements Grants program (CFDA Number: 45.169) (Funding Opportunity Number: 20190115-HAA), which supports digital projects throughout their lifecycles, from early start-up phases through implementation and long-term sustainability.
The program provides public and Indian housing authorities with the opportunity to design and test innovative, locally-designed strategies to help residents find employment and become self-sufficient and increase housing choices for low-income families. MTW gives PHAs exemptions from many existing public housing and voucher rules and more flexibility with how they use their federal funds, including Sec. 8.
The Internal Revenue Service seeks applications for two popular programs to help low-income individuals and couples and seniors through next year’s tax season.
WISEWOMAN extends preventive health services to women who are participants of the CDC-funded National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program. These extended preventive health services include assessment of cardiovascular risk factors and provision of services to reduce those risks through improved diet, physical activity, tobacco cessation and medication adherence support. A focus on the health systems and community-clinical links that are supportive of these preventive health services is required.
The program makes outstanding out-of-print humanities books available to a wide audience. By taking advantage of low-cost e-book technology, the program will allow teachers, students, scholars and the public to read humanities books that have long been out of print. The program is jointly sponsored by NEH and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
State governments will use these funds for efforts to decrease child abuse and neglect risk factors and increase protective factors for children in these situations. Applicants should propose accomplishing these goals by leveraging multisector partnerships and resources to improve coordination and implementation of comprehensive prevention efforts statewide.
The Employment and Training Administration (DOL) sets the estimated 2018 funding allotments states will receive for the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act formula grant programs focusing on youth, adult and dislocated worker activities and employment services. States must submit applications by June 8 for their share of the awards (Funding Opportunity Number: TEGL-13-17).
The Administration for Children and Families (ACF) seeks insights on the program guidance for states to receive their portion of the Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Program formula funding (CFDA Number: 93.590).
The National Institutes of Health (HHS) offers several funding opportunities through its Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award program.
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