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New York State Migrant and Seasonal Worker Program

This funding record is inactive. Please see the program website or contact the program sponsor to determine if this program is currently accepting applications or will open again in the future.

Sponsor
New York State Department of Health
Deadlines
Mar 8, 2019
Contact

Regina Bryde
MSW@health.ny.gov

Purpose

This program provides grants for health and human service organizations in New York to provide access to high quality, culturally and linguistically appropriate health and social support services for migrant and seasonal workers and their families.

Organizations may apply for one or more program components.

  1. Outreach activities, health education, direct services, and/or referrals for health and supportive services for the migrant and seasonal worker (MSW) population
  2. Outreach activities, health education, direct services, and/or referrals for health and supportive services specifically targeting children of MSWs
  3. Outreach activities, health education, direct services, and/or referrals for health and supportive services for MSW populations who work in employment other than agriculture
Eligibility

Eligible applicants are public and nonprofit agencies that are experienced providers of healthcare and related services for MSW populations in counties outside of New York City. Applicants should be registered as an incorporated entity with the Secretary of State

Applicants must agree to serve a minimum of 200 MSWs and/or their family members to be eligible for an award.

Geographic coverage
New York
Amount of funding

Anticipated award amount: $275,000
Project period: 5 years
Estimated total program funding: $6,000,000

Application process

Links to application instructions for each program component and directions for submitting an online application through the New York Grants Gateway are available on the program website.

Organizations may apply for more than one component using a single application.

Tagged as
Children and youth · Cultural competency · Families · Healthcare needs and services · Human services · Migrants · New York



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