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Maryland Promoting Community Health Resources

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Maryland Department of Health
Letter of Intent (Required): Nov 13, 2018
Application: Dec 17, 2018

Edith Budd


Maryland Supporting Community Health Resources provides grants to community health projects serving Maryland for the purpose of building capacity, expanding access, promoting health equity, and improving population health.

Projects will be considered in 3 categories:

  • Promoting delivery of essential health services: primary/preventative care, dental, and women's health services
  • Addressing the heroin and opioid epidemic through behavioral health integration
  • Promoting food security and addressing childhood and family obesity

Interventions that propose community-based partnerships that create social, political, or economic support systems to address the social determinants of health for a specific population are strongly encouraged.


Eligible applicants are:

  • Designated community health resources
  • Primary healthcare services community health resources
  • Access services community health resource

Specific eligibility information is available in the application instructions.

Geographic coverage
Amount of funding

Consult the application instructions for additional information on award amounts by category.

Application process

Links to additional guidance, forms, and the application instructions are available on the program website.

Submit a Letter of Intent and a copy of the most recent financial audit by email to Edith Budd by November 13, 2018.

Selected applicants will be invited to submit a full proposal which must be submitted by both email and mail delivery by December 17, 2018 to:

Edith Budd, Administrator
Maryland Community Health Resources Commission
45 Calvert Street, Room 336
Annapolis, MD 21401

Tagged as
Abuse and violence · Access · Behavioral health · Children and youth · Community and economic development · Families · Federally Qualified Health Centers · Food security and nutrition · Health literacy · Healthcare facilities · Housing and homelessness · Human services · Networking and collaboration · Obesity and weight control · Oral health · Population health · Poverty · Primary care · Public health · Social determinants of health · Substance abuse · Transportation · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · Women · Maryland

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