Current Grants

National Maternal and Child Health Data Resource Center

This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding for the National Maternal and Child Health Data Resource Center (DRC). The purpose of the DRC is to support Title V Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Services Block Grant programs, hereafter referred to as Title V programs, and other MCH partners in accessing and effectively utilizing national and state-level National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH) data to inform policy and practice. Additionally, the purpose of the DRC is to support broad access to and utilization of the NSCH data through an easy-to-use web platform which provides a user-defined query system for point-and-click access to state and national estimates, curated data files for analyses, maps, and methodological documents designed for a wide audience.

Closing Date: Nov. 16, 2022

Infant, Child, and Adolescent Preventive Services (ICAPS) Program with Additional Funding for Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Activities

The purpose of this program is to help care providers1 and care teams provide optimal health promotion and preventive services to infants, children, adolescents, young adults and their families. This Program accomplishes this purpose through two sets of program expectations and requirements: 1) Bright Futures Pediatric Implementation and 2) Advancing Systems/Technical Assistance (TA) for Healthy Tomorrows, Healthy Tomorrows Resource Center

Closing Date: Dec. 14, 2022

Family Engagement and Leadership in Systems of Care

This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the Family Engagement and Leadership in Systems of Care (FELSC) cooperative agreement. The purpose of the FELSC program is to enhance engagement of families of children and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) and individuals with lived experience, within the systems that serve them. Family engagement is defined as patients, families, their representatives, and health professionals working in active partnership at various levels across the health care system to improve health and health care.1 The FELSC program will achieve this through two projects: 1) providing national leadership on family engagement to support maternal and child health (MCH) programs that serve CYSHCN and 2) providing technical assistance and training to the 59 HRSA-funded Family-to-Family Health Information Centers (F2F HICs).2 You must apply for both Project 1 and Project 2.

Closing Date: Jan. 03, 2023 

Children’s Safety Network

The purpose of this program is to increase the capacity of Title V agencies1 to adopt and implement evidence-based child and adolescent safety programs, practices, and policies, with a specific focus on injury and violence prevention-related Title V performance and outcome measures, such as injury hospitalizations, bullying, safe sleep, and suicide, as well as leading causes of injury-related deaths among children and adolescents (e.g., motor vehicle crashes, firearms, and poisonings). The overarching goal of this program is to reduce infant, child, and adolescent injury hospitalizations and deaths.

Closing Date: Jan. 4, 2023

On-Going Grants

Molina Community Innovation Fund – The Molina Community Innovation Fund was created to help decrease barriers to care, address social determinants of health, and grow integrated care services through innovative pilot programs and expansion of proven services. Molina will invest up to $1 million annually, for 3 consecutive years (2019 – 2021), to strengthen whole-person care.

N2N – Neighbor to Neighbor: South Seattle, Washington – Social determinants of health and social justice grant from the Seattle Foundation.  Awarded Quarterly.

Power of Youth Challenge – Through the Power of Youth Challenge, you will receive coaching and support as you develop your project. Every team that signs up will have access to financial support in the form of mini grants of up to $250. The amount of each grant will be determined by project needs.  

​SAMHSA Grants
– The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration provides several grants for funding opportunities that support programs for substance use disorders and mental illness​.

Seize the Moment Grants from the Institute for Rural America – Seize the moment grants are for organizing in response to an unanticipated challenge or threat to an organization’s work and/or undertaking urgent action in response to extraordinary conditions.  ​Maximum grant is $250.