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Funding by Topic: Suicide and suicide prevention

Summaries of funding programs are provided by RHIhub for your convenience. Please contact the funder directly for the most complete and current information.

Indian Health Service Zero Suicide Initiative Coordinating Center
Cooperative agreement to establish a Zero Suicide Initiative Coordinating Center to provide technical assistance to tribal grantees working to implement Zero Suicide projects in Indian Country.
Geographic coverage: Nationwide
Application Deadline: Jul 6, 2022
Sponsors: Indian Health Service, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Cooperative Agreements for Innovative Community Crisis Response Partnerships
Funding to create or enhance existing mobile crisis response teams to divert adults, children, and youth experiencing mental health crises from law enforcement in high-need communities. A high-need community is one where mobile crisis services are absent or inconsistent, where most mental health crises are responded to by first responders, and/or where first responders are not adequately trained or equipped to diffuse mental health crises. This includes increasing access to licensed/credentialed professionals in rural and remote communities.
Geographic coverage: Nationwide
Application Deadline: Jul 25, 2022
Sponsors: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Montana Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Program Mini-Grants
Funding to support outreach activities, including trainings, workshops, and support services that will directly improve agriculture-related stress and agricultural suicide prevention in Montana.
Geographic coverage: Montana
Application Deadline: Aug 15, 2022
Sponsor: Montana Department of Agriculture
Maine School Based Health Center Services Grant
Grants to establish School Based Health Centers to deliver or expand access to integrated medical and behavioral health services to students in middle and/or high schools in Maine, with an emphasis on establishing centers in rural and medically underserved areas of the state, improving equity in healthcare access for students of color, and providing preventive oral health services.
Geographic coverage: Maine
Application Deadline: Aug 17, 2022
Sponsors: Maine Department of Education, Maine Department of Health and Human Services
AgriSafe FarmResponse On-Demand Course
Online, on-demand course that provides training on competencies that are necessary to provide appropriate mental healthcare for agricultural producers and their families.
Geographic coverage: Nationwide
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
Sponsor: AgriSafe Network
Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation Grants
Grants for projects that directly impact the health and well-being of Alaska Native people and communities, with preference given to the areas of access to care, children, behavioral health, and rural healthcare.
Geographic coverage: Alaska
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
Sponsor: Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation
Supporting Farmers' Mental Health: Understanding Farm Culture and Farm Family Dynamics
A self-paced, online training course designed to help behavioral health providers better understand and address the mental health needs and challenges of farmers and their family members.
Geographic coverage: Nationwide
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
Sponsors: University of Wisconsin - Green Bay, Behavioral Health Training Partnership, Wisconsin Farm Center, Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Zero Suicide Academy
A 2-day training for senior leaders of healthcare and behavioral healthcare organizations that seek to dramatically reduce suicides among patients in their care.
Geographic coverage: Nationwide
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
Sponsors: Education Development Center, Inc., National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention
Alaska Native Youth Training and Technical Assistance Project Inactive
Funding to provide comprehensive and culturally relevant training and technical assistance to support Alaska Native villages and communities in their efforts to create, expand, and/or sustain programs, services, and supports for youth. The program is designed to build capacity of organizations to offer prevention and intervention services for Alaska native youth to reduce juvenile delinquency, incarceration, substance use, suicide, expulsion or dropout from school, and other challenges.
Geographic coverage: Alaska
Application Deadline: Jun 27, 2022
Sponsors: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, U.S. Department of Justice
Pilot Practice-based Research for Primary Care Suicide Prevention (R34 Clinical Trial Optional) Inactive
Grants for research to evaluate the effectiveness of existing suicide prevention practices and clinical trials that develop, optimize, and pilot test interventions and service delivery approaches. Projects focused on strategies to reduce health disparities are encouraged.
Geographic coverage: Nationwide and U.S. territories
Letter of Intent (Optional): May 21, 2022
Application Deadline: Jun 21, 2022
Sponsors: National Institute of Mental Health, National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services