Effectiveness of Implementing Sustainable Evidence-Based Mental Health Practices in Low-Resource Settings to Achieve Mental Health Equity for Traditionally Underserved Populations (R01)
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Denise Pintello, Ph.D.
Peer review contact:
Nick Gaiano, Ph.D.
Financial and grants management
This program provides grants for research to develop and test the effectiveness of strategies for implementation and sustainable delivery of evidence-based mental health treatments and services to improve mental health outcomes for underserved populations in under-resourced settings.
Under-resourced settings and populations are defined as members of minority groups or other individuals experiencing disparities in mental health outcomes, including:
- Latinx populations
- African American populations
- American Indian and Alaska Native populations
- Individuals with Limited English Proficiency
- Individuals with disabilities
- Persons from sexual and gender minority groups
- People living in a geographic area with a shortage of healthcare services, including rural and frontier areas
- Groups that face economic barriers to healthcare
- Individuals who are homeless or unstably housed
- Individuals who are incarcerated, detained, under community supervision, or recently released from incarceration
- People with serious mental illness
Eligible applicants include:
- Higher education institutions
- Public/state controlled institutions
- Private institutions
- Nonprofit organizations
- With 501(c)(3) status
- Without 501(c)(3) status
- Native American tribal organizations
- Faith-based or community-based organizations
- Regional organizations
- City or township
- Special districts
- Federally recognized Indian/Native American tribal governments
- Indian/Native American tribal governments (other than federally recognized)
- Eligible agencies of the federal government
- U.S. territory or possession
- Independent school districts
- Public housing authorities
- Indian housing authorities
- Small businesses
- For-profit organizations
Budgets are not limited, but need to reflect the actual needs of the proposed project. The maximum project period is 5 years.
Links to the full announcement and online application procedures are available on grants.gov.
While not required, potential applicants are encouraged to email a letter of intent to email@example.com at least 30 days before the deadline.
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, view details
- National Institutes of Health, view details
- National Institute of Mental Health, view details
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