North Carolina Farmworker Health Program
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North Carolina Office of Rural Health
The North Carolina Farmworker Health Program provides
funding to increase access to primary, preventive, and
behavioral healthcare services for migrant and seasonal
farmworkers and their families in North Carolina.
There are 4 funding tracks for this opportunity:
Track 1: Farmworker health service
delivery site - to provide a comprehensive package of
Track 2: Enabling services support and
health workforce development - to support recruitment
and career development for bilingual health
Track 3: Behavioral health services
support - to facilitate access to culturally and
linguistically relevant behavioral health services
Track 4: Dental services support - to
expand access to dental health care for farmworkers and
Additional information on funding preferences and focus
areas for each funding track is available in the application
Eligible applicants include:
- Health Departments
- Rural Health Centers
- Federally Qualified Health Centers
- Free and Charitable Clinics
- Nonprofit Community-Based Organizations
For this funding cycle, Track 1 funding is limited to
certain regions listed in the application
Amount of funding
Track 1 funding amounts available for each eligible
region can be found in the application
Guidance for each budget line item is provided in the
budget templates for each funding track, which are
available on the program website.
Track 2 funding is not available in this funding cycle.
Access · Behavioral health · Clinics · Culture and cultural competency · Farmers and farmworkers · Healthcare facilities · Healthcare quality · Hospitals · Infectious diseases · Migrants · Oral health · Primary care · Recruitment and retention of health professionals · North Carolina
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