The program supports two types of efforts: (1) comprehensive child-centered prevention and intervention projects addressing domestic violence issues; and (2) multi-faceted prevention strategies where men and boys work with women and girls to prevent domestic violence.
These funds support transitional housing assistance for victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. Successful transitional housing programs will partner with other organizations to provide a wide range of supportive services, including counseling, support groups, child care, employment services and transportation vouchers.
EAR-PF offers two-year postdoctoral fellowships to provide opportunities for environmental scientists early in their careers to obtain training beyond their graduate education. The postdoctoral fellowship program is intended to recognize beginning investigators of significant potential, and provide them with experience that will establish them in positions of leadership in the scientific community.
The program supports research to advance the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of human communication disorders. The studies must involve individuals with communication disorders or data and tissues from individuals with a communication disorder.
The awardees provide direct technical assistance to OVW applicants, grantees and subgrantees to enhance their efforts to successfully implement local projects with the agency's funding. Additionally, the grantees will build the capacity of criminal justice and victim services organizations to respond effectively to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking, as well as foster partnerships among organizations that have not traditionally worked together to address violence against women.
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 program supports Stand Down events to assist homeless veterans by providing a wide variety of employment, social and health services. The funding must be used to enhance employment and training opportunities or to promote the self-sufficiency of homeless veterans through paid work.
The program supports existing library operations and to maintain core library services at Native American libraries. Applicants may request the Education/Assessment Option for tribal library staff to: attend library-related continuing education courses or training workshops; attend or give presentations at conferences related to library services; and hire a consultant for an onsite professional library assessment.
The program supports efforts to improve health outcomes for K-12 student. Specifically, the program seeks to increase the number of students who: (1) consume nutritious food and beverages; (2) participate in daily physical education and physical activity; and (3) effectively manage their chronic health conditions. The program has two funding categories: (1) Improving Student Health and Academic Achievement through Nutrition, Physical Activity and the Management of Chronic Health Conditions in Schools; and (2) National Professional Development and Training to Improve Student Health.
Tribal governments use these funds to improve public safety and victim services in tribal communities. This solicitation gives tribes an opportunity to develop a comprehensive and coordinated approach to public safety and victimization.
The grantees will start new, community-based Women’s Business Centers in the selected states. These centers provide technical assistance to women entrepreneurs in the areas of finance, management and marketing.
The program, authorized by the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act (PL 110-140), supports governments in implementing enforcement and education programs to prevent drownings and drain entrapments in pools and spas.
The program supports research to advance knowledge on implementation and comparative effectiveness of alcohol-focused interventions among individuals with HIV. Applicants must plan to investigate multiple factors that facilitate or inhibit the delivery of evidence-based services for individuals with HIV with a range of severity of substance abuse problems. The overall goal is to inform clinical decision-making to implement effective interventions that will improve prevention, care and outcomes across the continuum of HIV and alcohol problem severity and patterns of alcohol use.
Grantees will pursue ambitious research agendas to define the future of computing and information. In planning projects, investigators are encouraged to come together within or across departments or institutions to combine their creative talents in the identification of compelling, transformative research agendas.
With an emphasis on two-year colleges, the program supports the education of technicians for the high-technology fields that drive the nation’s economy.
The joint program supports research in mathematics and statistics on questions in the biological and biomedical sciences. Both agencies recognize the urgency for promoting research that addresses interfaces between the mathematical sciences and the life sciences.
he program supports projects that provide an essential underpinning for scholarship, education, and public programming in the humanities. Funding from this program strengthens efforts to extend the life of humanities materials and make their intellectual content widely accessible, often through the use of digital technology. Awards are also made to create various reference resources that facilitate use of cultural materials, from works that provide basic information quickly to tools that synthesize and codify knowledge of a subject for in-depth investigation. The program offers two categories of funding: (1) implementation; and (2) planning, assessment and pilot efforts.
The program supports projects to enhance the ability of producers and processors who have already adopted organic standards to grow and market high quality organic agricultural products.
The program supports the development of an integrated healthcare network, specifically with network participants who do not have a history of formal collaborative efforts. The funding promotes the planning and development of healthcare networks in order to: achieve efficiencies; expand access to, coordinate and improve the quality of essential health care services; and strengthen the rural health care system as a whole.
The program supports eligible entities in meeting the cost of traineeships for individuals in nurse anesthesia degree programs. HRSA believes nurse anesthetists are on the front lines of the opioid epidemic, especially in rural areas, where they are often the sole provider of anesthesia services. As part of their training, these individuals learn about multi-modal pain management and opioid addition and treatment, which are a key part of helping communities address the opioid crisis.
The program supports DBP fellowship initiatives to enhance the behavioral, psychosocial and developmental components of pediatric care. The programs will: train health care professionals to use valid and reliable screening and diagnostic tools; and provide evidence-based interventions for children with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities.
The program supports planning and implementation of conferences or workshops to ensure the integrity of research conducted at HHS. NIH seeks to support conferences to: (a) develop multi-disciplinary networks to build upon existing evidence-based research and stimulate innovative approaches to preventing research misconduct and promoting research integrity; and (b) collectively address the concerns of research integrity officers and institutional counsel in conducting research misconduct proceedings and the pertinent subsequent administrative actions.
The program supports comprehensive substance abuse and mental health initiatives on the nation’s higher education campuses to reduce the adverse consequences of serious mental illness and substance use disorders.
The program supports the expansion of substance use disorder treatment services in existing adult problem solving courts and adult Tribal Healing to Wellness courts. Applicants must follow the treatment drug court model for defendants and offenders, which includes recovery support, screening, assessment, case management and program coordination.
The program supports existing and new high-quality environmental education programs in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Successful projects advance the environmental literacy goal of the Chesapeake Bay Agreement and goals of the NOAA Education Strategic Plan by providing hands-on environmental education on the watershed at K-12 schools.
EPA is seeking applications proposing to research, develop and design solutions to real world challenges involving the overall sustainability of human society. Phase I grantees research, develop and design solutions to real world sustainability challenges facing society. Phase II grantees are those who have successfully researched and designed a solution and will use the funding to implement it.
The program supports a series of one-week, residence-based workshops for a national audience of K-12 educators. The workshops use historic sites to address central themes and issues in American history, government, literature, art and music.
The program supports faculty development programs in the humanities for K-12 and college and university teachers. The seminars and institutes may be as short as two weeks or as long as four weeks for participants to explore a variety of topics relevant to K-12 or undergraduate education in the humanities.
The program supports research on aging and cancer. Qualifying applications must propose aging in cancer studies that are collaborations among investigators from various NIH agencies.
The program supports states in implementing screening, brief intervention and referral to treatment services for adults in primary care and community health settings for substance misuse and substance use disorders (SUD). This program expands the state and tribal continuum of care for SUD services.
The program supports SUID/SDY surveillance following the National Center for Fatality Review and Prevention protocols and involving collaboration with death investigation systems. Applicants must be prepared to: identify all SUID/SDY cases; compile case information; conduct multidisciplinary case reviews; categorize cases using established criteria; improve data quality/timeliness; disseminate data for prevention; and identify risk factors.
The program provides preservation and conservation assistance to nationally significant historic collections. Grants are awarded through a competitive process and require a dollar-for-dollar, non-federal match, which can be cash or documented in-kind. The grants are administered by NPS in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
The program supports research to develop new, safer and more effective medications for use in pregnancy. Pregnancy is a period of significant physiological changes that affect the function of many biological systems. Changes that occur during pregnancy may cause the exacerbation of pre-existing conditions or the development of new ones, such as gestational diabetes mellitus, hypertension and preeclampsia. NIH hopes to address these issues through better medication.
The program supports research on how prenatal alcohol exposure may contribute to the etiology of chronic diseases and health conditions later in life. NIH seeks to stimulate research to: (1) leverage existing data to define the role of maternal alcohol consumption in the development origins of health and disease process; (2) investigate the biological, cellular and molecular mechanisms by which prenatal alcohol exposure may impact disease outcomes later in life; and (3) identify biomarkers associated with gestational alcohol exposure that may predict adult disease susceptibility in exposed offspring.
The program stimulates the development and adoption of innovative conservation approaches and technologies. The funding goes to accelerate technology transfer and adoption of promising technologies and approaches to address some of the nation's most pressing natural resource concerns.