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Early Intervention for Children with Visual Impairment Grant
Purpose: The Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) Children’s Special Health Care Services (CSHCS) Division is announcing a new competitive grant funding opportunity to address the Title V medical home national performance measure for children with special health care needs.
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Applications are due Monday, July 24, 2023, @ 3 p.m. EST.
Rural First Responder Naloxone Grant
Purpose: The opportunity provides opioid rescue kits to first responders in rural counties in the form of Narcan Nasal Spray (4mg). Only first responders who provide services in 62 covered rural counties are eligible to receive the naloxone doses. For grant activities, first responders include (professional and volunteer): firefighters, law enforcement officers, paramedics, emergency medical technicians, or other legally organized and recognized volunteer organizations that respond to adverse opioid-related incidents. Award recipients will be required to complete an online postcard survey after each overdose event. Postcards are provided to awarded agencies by IDOH. Email questions to the Naloxone Program Manager, Laura Hollowell at LHollowell@health.in.gov.
Local Health Department Naloxone Grant
Purpose: This opportunity provides opioid rescue kits to local health departments in the form of Narcan Nasal Spray (4mg). Any local health department (LHD) in the state of Indiana is eligible to apply. LHDs are encouraged to develop partnerships to distribute naloxone equitability within their communities. LHDs are required to offer naloxone administration training with the doses they distribute. LHDs are also required to complete quarterly reporting to IDOH on dose distribution. Email questions to the Naloxone Program Manager, Laura Hollowell at LHollowell@health.in.gov.
Lifelong Sickle Cell Collaborative Services Grant
Purpose: This opportunity provides comprehensive services including medical, social and educational services for individuals with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) and trait across the lifespan. The Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) acknowledges the need to improve the statewide system of coordinated specialized hematology care, address the high rate of lost to follow-up cases, improve transition services from pediatric to adult care, expand education to primary care and emergency room providers and other unaddressed needs and gaps that exist among the Hoosier sickle cell community. IDOH is committed to combining state funds to address the gaps identified across the lifespan in an effort to ensure all individuals are able to access and receive the best services for them. Through this opportunity, IDOH encourages the planning and implementation of creative solutions to address all barriers and needs that currently impact follow-up services, treatment plan adherence, subsequent care, social and emotional support services, and other services that promote optimal well-being.
Applications are due May 26, 2023, @ 5:00 p.m. EST
Indiana Health Issues and Challenges Grant
Purpose: The Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) is requesting applications from local and statewide service providers and planning organizations for competitive grant funding supported through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). The purpose of this Request for Applications (RFA) is to fund entities within the State of Indiana to implement programs focused on addressing health issues and challenges within Indiana. These funds must be used to develop and implement services focused on improving health outcomes related to one or more of the following priority areas: tobacco use, food insecurity/obesity, lead exposure, hepatitis C, chronic disease (diabetes, cardiovascular disease, asthma, and cancer) and public health prevention programs (community paramedicine for chronic disease, immunizations, and substance use disorder and community health workers/patient navigators.
Background: This new grant application is open to all projects proposing to address health issues and challenges in Indiana associated with the priority areas listed above. Applicants may select one or more of the priority areas and may submit a separate application for a priority area or submit an application that combines two or more priority areas. The applicant must justify the size of the budget within the stated funding limits of that priority area. Grants will be effective for a 12-month period with an anticipated start date of July 1, 2022. Funds must be encumbered (obligated) by December 31, 2024. Funds must be spent by December 31, 2026. Funding awarded cannot be used to supplant funding currently in place for these activities and must be used for its stated purpose. See guidance documents listed in the “guidance documents” tile on this page for more information on applying for this funding opportunity. Please send any questions to email@example.com.