National Rural Health Policy, Community, and Collaboration Program
The National Rural Health Policy, Community, and Collaboration Program will award funding to a single entity to develop and maintain projects that will help support rural communities through a broad range of activities.
The grantee will be expected to work closely with the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy. Program objectives include:
- Identifying and educating rural stakeholders about national policy issues and promising practices for rural health
- Maintaining projects that will help support engagement of rural communities in a broad range of activities
- Facilitating partnerships and collaborations at the local, regional, state, and national levels to improve the exchange of information and promising practices that support rural health
- Identifying and promoting broader collaborative federal efforts to support, promote, and address unique rural health issues
Eligible applicants include:
- Public, private and nonprofit organizations, including faith-based and community-based organizations
- State governments and their agencies such as universities, colleges, research institutions, hospitals, and state and local governments or their bona fide agents
- Federally recognized tribal governments, tribes, and tribal organizations
Total funding available: $2,300,000
Number of awards: 1
Project period: 5 years
Links to the program guidance and online application process are available through grants.gov.
Applicant webinar recording
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