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Grant Funding for Rural Unintentional Injury Prevention Programs

Rural programs frequently rely on grant funding from federal agencies, state agencies and associations, and philanthropic organizations to sustain rural unintentional injury prevention programs. More information about building relationships with philanthropies is in the Guide to Working with Rural Philanthropy. RHIhub also maintains a list of rural funding and opportunities.

Examples of Funding from the Federal Government

Examples of Funding from State, County, and Local Governments

Examples of Funding from Philanthropies

Resources to Learn More

Tribal Injury Prevention Cooperative Agreement Program (TIPCAP): Program Guide 2022
Details the requirements and recommendations for participation in the TIPCAP program. Covers funding, minimum populations to be served, staff and their roles, project focus areas, evidence-based strategies, technical assistance, and training. Offers additional resources supporting tribal injury prevention programs.
Organization(s): Indian Health Service Office of Environmental Health & Engineering
Date: 2022