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Rural Health
Funding by Topic: Sustainability of programs

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

Montana Mental Health Access Fund for Indigenous Communities
Funding for mental health service providers to support innovative ideas for increasing access and improving mental health and well-being for Montana residents, with particular focus on tribal communities.
Geographic coverage: Montana
Application Deadline: Apr 30, 2024
Sponsor: Montana Community Foundation
Rural Communities Opioid Response Program – Impact (RCORP – Impact)
Grant to improve access to integrated and coordinated treatment and recovery services for substance use disorder, including opioid use disorder, for people living in rural areas.
Geographic coverage: Nationwide and U.S. territories
Application Deadline: May 6, 2024
Sponsors: Federal Office of Rural Health Policy, Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Strategies to Improve Health Outcomes and Advance Health Equity in Rural Populations (R01 Clinical Trial Optional)
Grants for research projects to develop, adapt, or implement intervention strategies to address social determinants of health to improve health and promote health equity in rural populations.
Geographic coverage: Nationwide and U.S. territories
Letter of Intent (Optional): Apr 17, 2024
Application Deadline: May 17, 2024
Sponsors: National Institute of Mental Health, National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, National Institutes of Health
Boettcher Foundation Grants
Community Connections Grants for initiatives or infrastructure projects that strengthen the connections between individuals and organizations in Colorado. Rural Catalyst Grants for building the capacity of rural nonprofit organizations.
Geographic coverage: Colorado
Application Deadline: May 31, 2024
Sponsor: Boettcher Foundation
Culture of Health Prize
Awards to honor collaborative, community-based efforts that address systemic barriers to health and well-being and help communities achieve health equity and create a culture of health for all community members.
Geographic coverage: Nationwide and U.S. territories
Application Deadline: Jun 3, 2024
Sponsor: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Indiana Community Health Partnerships Trailblazer Award
Funding for collaborative, community-engaged research projects focused on topics that have potential to improve health, examine social determinants of health, or enhance health equity in Indiana. Priority is given to projects that are focused on rural health and projects with a sustainability plan.
Geographic coverage: Indiana
Application Deadline: Jun 3, 2024
Sponsor: Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute
Arizona Vitalyst Health Foundation Spark Grants
One year grants to support collaborations in the journey to address systemic change in Arizona.
Geographic coverage: Arizona
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
Sponsor: Vitalyst Health Foundation
California Advancing Wellness Grant Program
Grants for nonprofit organizations in California working in the areas of healthcare equity and access, community well-being, economic security, and community leadership for change. Grantmaking focuses on the health needs of traditionally underserved populations, including low-income individuals, people of color, youth, and residents of rural areas.
Geographic coverage: California
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
Sponsor: California Wellness Foundation
Community Health Center Capital Fund LoanPLUS Program
A Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) program that provides loan capital and technical assistance designed to meet the needs of smaller health centers and/or those with limited financial resources. Health centers that have not been able to access financing through conventional lenders are encouraged to apply.
Geographic coverage: Nationwide and U.S. Territories
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
Sponsors: Capital Link, Community Health Center Capital Fund
HUD Distressed Cities and Persistent Poverty Technical Assistance (DCTA) Program
Technical assistance to build capacity of local governments experiencing economic distress, specifically in smaller communities with populations under 50,000. Assistance will help local governments and their nonprofit partners in alleviating persistent poverty.
Geographic coverage: Nationwide
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
Sponsor: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development