Funding Alert Vol. 25 No. 5 Alert # 2 - May 13, 2014

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Funding News and Grant Tips

Federal Call Centers Can Benefit Grantseeking
With the FY 2014 federal funding season in full swing, grant seekers should take advantage of the technical assistance centers popping up to handle questions for certain federal funding programs. Call centers are becoming the main source for questions at most of the DOJ offices, as well as the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and Nat’l Institutes of Health at HHS.
“Many times grant seekers feel like these generic numbers for call centers aren't worth their time, because the name of the designated program official isn't provided,” a funding expert says. “Grant seekers incorrectly believe they are going to get the round-around at these centers, and not concrete answers.”
The opposite is true, with the grant expert citing a recent example where he had a question about a Bureau of Justice Assistance (DOJ) program. The solicitation led those with questions to the BJA Justice Information Center. The grant expert picked up the phone and had a very helpful chat with a program official, which led to crucial information. This included the program official letting the grant expert know the center's staff had not had a briefing on the grant solicitation, and offering to let him know when it would occur. Also, the program official offered to get answers to his questions at the briefing.
The assistance did not stop there. A few hours later, the program official called the expert back to let him know that what seemed like a generic link in the grant guidance eventually leads to crucial information Tip: As this example shows, staffers at these centers can be extremely helpful to potential grantees. This program official is the rule, not the exception at these centers. Grant seekers should take the time and contact these centers. It can lead to a contact name and much more.
From Federal & Foundation Assistance Monitor e-mail, 5/5/14icon

Foundation Report Looks at Healthcare, ACA in the South
A report by the Henry Kaiser Family Foundation looks at the status of healthcare in the South, as well as where the Affordable Care Act could improve coverage and outcomes. According to the report, southern states have “longstanding disparities in health coverage, health status, and health care relative to the rest of the United States. Compared to those in other regions, Southerners are more likely to be uninsured, less likely to have access to needed health services, and more likely to experience a number of chronic health conditions such as diabetes and heart disease.” The report identifies a number of ACA provisions that could reverse these trends.
The report is available at http://kff.org/disparities-policy/issue-brief/health-coverage-and-care-in-the-south-in-2014-and-beyond/
From Community Health Funding Report e-mail, 5/5/14icon


Public Funding Opportunities

Care Management Program
SOURCE: Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS)
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 6/3/14.
$ AVAILABLE: Please see URL for funding information.
ELIGIBILITY: Please see URL for eligibility information.
PURPOSE: The State of Texas, by and through the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC), seeks a Vendor to assist the Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) in the development and implementation of a Care Management Program for residents in intermediate care facilities for individuals with intellectual disabilities (ICF/IID)
CFDA: none
CONTACT: Elizabeth Ward, (512) 206-5416, email: Elizabeth.Ward@hhsc.state.tx.us. For more information see http://esbd.cpa.state.tx.us/bid_show.cfm?bidid=111247
From DADS Business and Contracting Opportunities Update email, 5/6/14icon
Subject(s) health policy research, disabilities

FY14 National Health Education Program on Lupus for Healthcare Providers: MP-CPI-14-001
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 6/9/14.
$ AVAILABLE: $2 million for one award.
ELIGIBILITY: Nonprofits with or without 501(c)(3) IRS status (other than institution of higher education); for-profit organizations (other than small business); small, minority, and women-owned business; universities, colleges, research institutions, and hospitals; community-based and faith-based organizations; federally recognized or state-recognized American Indian/Alaska Native tribal governments; American Indian/Alaska native tribally designated organizations; Alaska Native health organizations; urban Indian health organizations; tribal epidemiology centers; state and local governments or their bona fide agents (this includes the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa, Guam, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and the Republic of Palau; and political subdivisions of states (in consultation with states).
PURPOSE: The purpose of the NHEPLHP is to eliminate lupus related health disparities among racial and ethnic minority populations disproportionately affected by this disease. This overall purpose will be achieved by disseminating a national lupus education program to health professionals and student trainees in targeted schools and health care systems and practices.
CFDA: 93.137
CONTACT: Grants.gov Contact Center Phone Number: (800) 518-4726, email: support@grants.gov. For more information see http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=254022
From U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health FYI: Weekly Health Resources email, 5/7/14icon
Subject(s) health disparities, minority health

HIV/AIDS Initiative for Minority Men (AIMM): MP-CPI-14-002
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 6/9/14.
$ AVAILABLE: $1.5 million for six awards.
ELIGIBILITY: Independent school districts, city or township governments, small businesses, Native American tribal governments (federally recognized and other than federally recognized), state governments, public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities, nonprofits that have or do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education, private institutions of higher education, county governments, special district governments, public and state controlled institutions of higher education, and for-profit organizations other than small businesses.
PURPOSE: Consistent with the goals of the Presidents National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS), the AIMM Initiative employs an evidence-based disease management and preventive health programs and support services that targets young racial and ethnic MSM and young minority males living with HIV/AIDS or at high-risk for HIV infections to increase access to care and reduce health disparities.
CFDA: 93.137
CONTACT: Grants.gov Contact Center Phone Number: (800) 518-4726, email: support@grants.gov. For more information see http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=254354
From U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health FYI: Weekly Health Resources email, 5/7/14icon
Subject(s) minority health, HIV/AIDS services

Minority AIDS Initiative Continuum of Care Pilot - Integration of HIV Prevention and Medical Care into Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment Programs for Racial/Ethnic Minority Populations at High Risk for Behavioral Health Disorders and HIV: TI-14-013
SOURCE: Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 6/4/14.
$ AVAILABLE: $16,766,000 for 33 awards.
ELIGIBILITY: Eligible applicants are domestic public and private nonprofit entities such as behavioral health programs, community-based and faith-based organizations, federally recognized American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) tribes and tribal organizations, urban Indian organizations, hospitals, and public or private universities and colleges.
PURPOSE: The purpose of this program is to integrate care (behavioral health treatment, prevention, and HIV medical care services) for racial/ethnic minority populations at high risk for behavioral health disorders and high risk for or living with HIV.
CFDA: 93.243
CONTACT: Eileen Bermudez, (240) 276-1412, email: eileen.bermudez@samhsa.hhs.gov. For more information see http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=254272
From CDC National Prevention Information Network's (NPIN) Funding Database email, 5/5/14icon
Subject(s) behavioral health, health care services, HIV/AIDS education/prevention, HIV/AIDS services, minority health

Request for Proposal Substance Abuse Treatment Services: 128168
SOURCE: Department of State Health Services (DSHS), Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 6/10/14.
$ AVAILABLE: Please see URL for funding information by region.
ELIGIBILITY: Please see URL for multiple eligibility requirements.
PURPOSE: The Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) on behalf of Department of State Health Services (DSHS or Department), Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services announces the expected availability of grant funds for State Fiscal Year (SYF) 2015 to provide substance abuse treatment services (Project).
Substance abuse treatment services are being procured in Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) regions 4, 6, 7, and 8.
CFDA: none
CONTACT: Bernie Rodriguez, (512) 206-5500, email: Bernie.Rodriguez@hhsc.state.tx.us. For more information see http://esbd.cpa.state.tx.us/bid_show.cfm?bidid=111313
From Electronic State Business Daily Web site, accessed 5/8/14icon
Subject(s) substance abuse treatment


Private Funding Opportunities

African American Faith-Based Mental Health Education and Awareness Initiative
SOURCE: Hogg Foundation for Mental Health
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 6/30/14.
$ AVAILABLE: Depending on the quality of proposals received, the foundation plans to award grants of up to $72,000 for three years to up to 10 eligible faith-based organizations (FBOs) in Texas.
ELIGIBILITY: Nonprofit 501(c) (3) organizations in Texas are eligible to submit proposals.
Respondents must be Texas-based or have offices, chapters, or affiliates in Texas. The lead organization must have access to African American congregants who regularly participate in spiritual or worship services and activities. The primary mission of the organization should be to enhance the spiritual growth of congregants rather than a focus on education or social services. All denominations and creeds are eligible to apply.
Proposals submitted as a collaborative project between multiple entities are welcome, but the lead applicant must be based in Texas and the role of each entity must be clearly defined in the proposal.
PURPOSE: The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health invites eligible organizations in Texas to respond to this request for proposals (RFP) to improve awareness and perceptions of mental health, recovery, and wellness in African American communities.
The goals of this initiative are to expand African American faith-based programs and ministries in Texas to include mental health by:
1. Educating congregants about mental health, recovery, and wellness.
2. Identifying local behavioral health resources for treatment and support.
3. Connecting congregants to behavioral health resources.
4. Supporting faith leaders in addressing their own mental wellness and responses to stress.
CONTACT: Questions about the RFP may be emailed to hogg-grants@austin.utexas.edu. Responses that may be relevant to other potential respondents will be posted on the foundation’s website. Check the RFP webpage often for updated questions and answers.  For technical inquiries, call grants management staff at (512) 471-5041.
From Hogg Foundation email, 5/2/14icon
Subject(s) mental health, minority health

AGA Foundation Invites Applications Funderburg Research Award in Gastric Cancer
SOURCE: AGA Foundation
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8/29/14.
$ AVAILABLE: One two-year grant of up to $100,000.
ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible, applicants must hold a full-time faculty position at an accredited institution in North America and be established as an independent investigator in the field of gastric biology. AGA membership is required at the time of application submission. Women and minority investigators are strongly encouraged to apply.
PURPOSE: The AGA Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the American Gastroenterological Association, is inviting applications for the 2014 Funderburg Research Award in Gastric Cancer.
Sponsored by the R. Robert and Sally D. Funderburg Charitable Trust, the annual award is designed to support an established investigator in the field of gastric biology whose research will enhance the fundamental understanding of gastric cancer pathobiology in order to ultimately prevent or develop a cure for the disease. The recipient will be selected based on novelty, feasibility, and significance of the proposal.
One grant will be awarded to an established investigator working on novel approaches in gastric cancer research, including the fields of gastric mucosal cell biology, regeneration and regulation of cell growth (not as they relate to peptic ulcer disease or repair), inflammation (including Helicobacter pylori) as precancerous lesions, genetics of gastric carcinoma, oncogenes in gastric epithelial malignancies, epidemiology of gastric cancer, etiology of gastric epithelial malignancies, or clinical research in the diagnosis or treatment of gastric carcinoma.
CONTACT: Please direct all questions to the research awards manager via telephone at (301) 222-4012 or email at awards@gastro.org. For more information see http://www.gastro.org/aga-foundation/grants/established-investigator-awards/funderburg-research-award-in-gastric-cancer
From The Foundation Center's Philanthropy News Digest email, 5/2/14icon
Subject(s) health profession training, cancer research

American Psychological Foundation Invites Clinicians to Apply for Pearson Early Career Grant
SOURCE: American Psychological Foundation (APF)
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 12/31/14.
$ AVAILABLE: One grant of $12,000 will be awarded. The recipient may use grant monies for direct administrative costs of his or her proposed project. APF does not allow indirect institutional or overhead costs.
ELIGIBILITY: Applicants should be psychologists with an Ed.D., Psy.D., or Ph.D. from an accredited university and no more than seven years postdoctoral.
PURPOSE: The American Psychological Foundation’s Pearson Early Career Grant program is designed to encourage early career clinicians to work in an area of critical societal need.
The program's goals are to support psychology's efforts to improve areas of critical need in society, including but not limited to innovative scientifically-based clinical work on serious mental illness, serious emotional disturbance, incarcerated or homeless individuals, children with serious emotional disturbance, and adults with serious mental illness. The aim of the program is to encourage early career psychologists to devote their careers to underserved populations.
CONTACT: American Psychological Foundation, (202) 336-5843, email: foundation@apa.org. For more information see http://www.apa.org/apf/funding/pearson.aspx
From The Foundation Center's Philanthropy News Digest email, 5/2/14icon
Subject(s) health profession training, medical research

American Society for Hematology Seeks Applications for Research Projects
SOURCE: American Society for Hematology (ASH)
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 6/30/14.
$ AVAILABLE: The Bridge Grants program will provide at least 30 one-year awards annually, in the amount of $100,000 each, to ASH members who applied for an NIH R01 grant or equivalent but were denied funding due to budget cuts. Grants support projects in basic, translational, patient-oriented, and outcomes-based research.
ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible, applicants must hold a faculty position in an academic institution or the equivalent position in a nonprofit research organization and must have submitted a hematology-related R01 or equivalent application to NIH in the past eighteen months that was scored but not funded. ASH membership is required at the time of application and throughout the award period.
PURPOSE: The mission of the American Society for Hematology, the world’s largest professional organization dedicated to the causes and treatment of blood disorders, is to further the understanding, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disorders affecting the blood, bone marrow, and the immunologic, hemostatic and vascular systems, by promoting research, clinical care, education, training, and advocacy in hematology.
ASH is accepting proposals from hematologists whose research would not otherwise be accomplished due to cuts in funding from the National Institutes of Health. Established in January 2013, the long-term goal of the program is to help sustain recipients’ research and contribute to their retention in hematology investigation.
CONTACT: Please see URL for contact information. For more information see http://www.hematology.org/Awards/Career-Training/407.aspx
From The Foundation Center's Philanthropy News Digest email, 5/2/14icon
Subject(s) health profession training, medical research

Foundation for Physical Therapy Accepting Applications for Magistro Family Foundation Research Grant
SOURCE: Foundation for Physical Therapy
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8/6/14.
$ AVAILABLE: Two grants of up to $80,000 each.
ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible, applicants must be emerging investigators who have not previously acquired a substantive extramural research award as an independent principal investigator.
PURPOSE: The mission of the Foundation for Physical Therapy is to fund physical therapy research supporting evidence-based practice that enhances the quality of patient and client services and develop the next generation of researchers. The foundation supports innovative research that changes the face of health care by providing society with the information needed to develop, restore, maintain, and enhance physical functioning.
Through its Magistro Family Foundation Research Grant program, the foundation will award grants for research designed to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions most commonly delivered by physical therapists and/or related to developing innovative physical therapy interventions and evaluating their effectiveness. Priority will be given to studies that examine both the therapeutic effectiveness of interventions and their cost effectiveness.
CONTACT: Please see URL for contact information. For more information see http://foundation4pt.org/apply-for-funding/research-grants/research-grant-guidelines/
From The Foundation Center's Philanthropy News Digest email, 5/2/14icon
Subject(s) health profession training, medical research

Mathilde Krim Fellowships in Basic Biomedical Research
SOURCE: amfAR
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Letter of Intent: 5/15/14. Application: 7/10/14.
$ AVAILABLE: Maximum funding is $150,000.
ELIGIBILITY: Applicants must:
* Hold a research or clinical doctorate completed between three and six years prior to April 17, 2014. The three to six year period for applicants who have earned only an M.D. begins with the date they finished their internship.
* Be positioned to secure an independent research position no later than March 2017.
* Be mentored by an experienced investigator at the same U.S. or international nonprofit research institution who: (a) is qualified to oversee the proposed research; (b) has successfully supervised postdoctoral fellows; and (c) is at the associate professor level or higher.
* Be the main author on significant publications in leading international peer-reviewed journals.
* Have made oral and poster presentations at major scientific conferences and meetings.
PURPOSE: The goal of amfAR’s Mathilde Krim Fellowships in Basic Biomedical Research is to:
* Facilitate the exceptional postdoctoral researcher’s transition to a productive and independent long-term career in HIV/AIDS research.
* Support two years of postdoctoral basic biomedical research (phase I).
* Provide the possibility of one additional year of research funding during the first year of an independent research position (phase II).
CONTACT: Please see URL for contact information. For more information see http://www.amfar.org/Mathilde-Krim-Fellowships-in-Basic-Biomedical-Research-Deadline-May15-2014/
From CDC National Prevention Information Network's (NPIN) Funding Database email, 5/5/14icon
Subject(s) health professions training, HIV/AIDS research


Events

Robert Lee Sutherland Seminar XVIII: The State of Mental Health Recovery: Research, Training, and Practice
SPONSOR: Hogg Foundation for Mental Health
WHEN: September 8: Full day of programming. September 9: Programming will conclude by 1:30 pm.
WHERE: Hilton Austin Airport, 9515 Hotel Drive, (Austin, TX). Special hotel room rates are available until August 17 at http://www.hilton.com/en/hi/groups/personalized/A/AUSAHHF-HOGG-20140907/index.jhtml.
DESCRIPTION: The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health invites you to attend the Robert Lee Sutherland Seminar XVIII: The State of Mental Health Recovery: Research, Training, and Practice. SAMHSA defines mental health recovery as, "a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential." Mental health recovery has been identified as the most important aim of behavioral health services and is set to transform current standards of practice. This fall, come find out about the future of mental health care training and upcoming funding opportunities offered by the foundation to advance mental health recovery in Texas!
This day-and-a-half event aims to increase participants' awareness and knowledge of the concept of mental health recovery, and to educate participants about the state of mental health recovery research, training, and practice.
This conference is the 18th in a series of biennial seminars hosted by the Hogg Foundation in honor of its first executive director, Dr. Robert Lee Sutherland, who brought people and ideas together for 30 years to promote innovation and collaboration for mental health initiatives in Texas. These seminars honor Sutherland and continue his legacy of convening stakeholders to discuss critical issues in mental health. The Hogg Foundation has convened these seminars biennially since 1978.
Who should attend?
* Certified Peer Specialists who are interested in educating mental health professionals and other peers about recovery-oriented care and/or participating as co-investigators in recovery-oriented research.
* Mental health care providers, educators, and students in the fields of peer support, psychiatric nursing, psychiatry, psychology, and social work who are not familiar with recovery-oriented care or would like to increase their knowledge about recovery-oriented care.
* Primary care providers working in integrated health care settings who are not familiar with recovery-oriented care.
* Researchers who have an interest conducting studies related to mental health recovery and/or are interested in including individuals with lived experience of mental health conditions as co-investigators in their projects.
Continuing education credit for multiple disciplines will be provided for this event.
COST: As an educational event provided by the Hogg Foundation, there will be no cost for registration. Breakfast and lunch will be provided on both days of the conference. Registration is now open at https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07e927nng5e08aacac&oseq=&c=&ch.
CONTACT: For questions about registration and hotel accommodations, please contact Crystal Viagran, crystal.v@austin.utexas.edu.
For all other questions, please contact Susan Murphy, susan.murphy@austin.utexas.edu.
From Hogg Foundation for Mental Health e-mail, 5/2/14icon

WEBINAR - A Deeper Dive into Childhood Obesity Declines
SPONSOR: National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research (NCCOR)
WHEN: June 12, 1 pm CDT.
WHERE: WEBINAR.
DESCRIPTION: Recent data has shown that childhood obesity rates are falling in many communities across the nation. Join the National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research (NCCOR) as we examine the implications of this research, discuss lessons learned from public health leaders in communities experiencing these declines, and consider how these findings can be applied.
In just under an hour, you will:
* Explore recent data showing declines in childhood obesity rates.
* Hear insights from representatives of communities where childhood obesity decreases have been reported.
* Learn how to translate these findings for policy makers and the public.
* Get introduced to funding opportunities from those that helped shape and support the funding announcements.
* Hear more about hot topics in childhood obesity, such as how USDA is exploring the effect of the food environment on household food purchasing decisions with the National Household Food Acquisition and Purchase Survey (FoodAPS).
COST: This event is free but you must register to attend.
CONTACT: For contact and registration go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nccor-connect-and-explore-webinar-series-registration-11376394101
From National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research email, 5/6/14icon

Your EEO Questions Answered
SPONSOR: Center for Nonprofit Management
WHEN: May 20, 9 am to noon.
WHERE: Center for Nonprofit Management, 2902 Floyd Street, (Dallas, TX).
DESCRIPTION: This class will offer the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) basics and is a must for any nonprofit or small employer.
How can you make sense out of the alphabet soup of EEO laws and agencies, such as EEOC, TWC/CRD, ADA, ADAAA, ADEA, EPA, GINA, and Title VII? Also, what is discrimination, and how does it show up in employment? Are you putting yourself at risk in your hiring or interviewing process? What about terminations?
Gain an understanding of what it means to be an equal opportunity employer and how to protect yourself in hiring, firing and other employee relations.
COST: $50.
CONTACT: Center for Nonprofit Management, (214) 826-3470. For more information see http://cnmconnect.org/training_events/Class_Schedule.aspx
From Center for Nonprofit Management Web site, accessed 5/8/14icon

Introduction to Grantwriting
SPONSOR: Center for Nonprofit Management
WHEN: May 22, 9 am to noon.
WHERE: Center for Nonprofit Management, 2902 Floyd Street, (Dallas, TX).
DESCRIPTION: This practical class covers:
* The various types of foundations and grants;
* Basics of public and private sector research and grant seeking;
* Checklist of information you'll need for most proposals; and
* Tips and tricks to write an effective grant.
By the end of the class, you will have the necessary information to research and submit proposals.
Target Audience: Beginners and for anyone who would like a refresher on the fundamentals of identifying funders and writing grants.
COST: $115.
CONTACT: Center for Nonprofit Management, (214) 826-3470. For more information see http://cnmconnect.org/training_events/Class_Schedule.aspx
From Center for Nonprofit Management Web site, accessed 5/8/14icon

Bylaws 101
SPONSOR: Center for Nonprofit Management
WHEN: May 29, 9 am to noon.
WHERE: Center for Community Cooperation, 2900 Live Oak Street, (Dallas, TX).
DESCRIPTION: Do you know what is in your organization’s bylaws and why it matters? Join us as we discuss the importance of your nonprofit’s governing documents, what can and can’t be in them under Texas law, and tips on what to include to promote best practices. We will cover topics such as the difference between member and nonmember organizations, duties and requirements of directors, meeting and recordkeeping requirements, and how often you should review and revise your governing documents.
COST: $115.
CONTACT: Center for Nonprofit Management, (214) 826-3470. For more information see http://cnmconnect.org/training_events/Class_Schedule.aspx
From Center for Nonprofit Management Web site, accessed 5/8/14icon

Grassroots Marketing
SPONSOR: Center for Nonprofit Management
WHEN: May 29, 9 am to noon.
WHERE: Center for Nonprofit Management, 2902 Floyd Street, (Dallas, TX).
DESCRIPTION: Grassroots marketing should be a key component in your organization’s marketing initiatives. By understanding your organization’s target audience (funders and program participants), you can market smarter. In this workshop, you will learn simple and low-cost marketing strategies to bring more awareness to your organizational brand, mission, and vision.
COST: $115.
CONTACT: Center for Nonprofit Management, (214) 826-3470. For more information see http://cnmconnect.org/training_events/Class_Schedule.aspx
From Center for Nonprofit Management Web site, accessed 5/8/14icon


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