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 Funding

Pilot Studies to Test the Initiation of a Mental Health Family Navigator Model
National Institutes of Health
Deadline: Sept. 5 or 16 (Letter of intent)
Encourages research project grant and planning grant applications to develop and pilot test the effectiveness and implementation of family navigator models designed to promote early access, engagement, and coordination of mental health treatment and services for children and adolescents who are experiencing early symptoms of mental health problems. To access the planning grant (R34), click here

State Systems Development Initiative Grant Program — Tier 1 (Jurisdictions)
Health Resources and Services Administration
Deadline: Sept. 5
Aims to develop, enhance, and expand state and jurisdictional Title V maternal and child health data capacity.

State Systems Initiative Grant Program — Tier 2 (States and D.C.)
Health Resources and Services Administration
Deadline: Sept. 5
Designed to develop, enhance, and expand state and jurisdictional Title V maternal and child health data capacity for its needs assessment and performance measure reporting in the Title V MCH Block Grant program.

STD AAPPS Supplemental Funding for Enhanced Congenital Syphilis Response
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Deadline: Sept. 6
To fund a select set of project areas with high rates of congenital syphilis to go above and beyond the activities supported by the Sexually Transmitted Disease Programs through Assessment, Assurance, Policy, and Prevention Strategies and bolster congenital syphilis control and prevention. Primary goals are to strengthen the local response to congenital syphilis. For more information, click here. 

MCH FIRST Program
Health Resources and Services Administration
Deadline: Sept. 25
The R40 Maternal and Child Health Field-Innovative Research Studies program supports innovative translation and applied research on critical issues affecting MCH, including services for children with special health care needs.

Strengthening the Evidence for Maternal and Child Health Programs
Health Resources and Services Administration
Deadline: Oct. 10
To improve the health and well-being of women and children by supporting the implementation of evidence-based/evidence-informed strategies for the Title V MCH Services Block Grant program. By supporting states with expert consultation, technical assistance, and resources, the program strengthens the states' ability to improve the health of children and families.

MCH SDAR Program
Health Resources and Services Administration
Deadline: Oct. 11
The R40 Maternal and Child Health Secondary Data Analysis Research Studies program supports applied MCH research that exclusively conducts secondary analysis of existing national databases and/or administrative records.

Maternal and Child Health Data Resource Initiative
Health Resources and Services Administration
Deadline: Nov. 14
Supports Title V Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant programs and partners in accessing and effectively utilizing national, state and community-level data to inform MCH policy and practice by publishing MCH data and providing related technical assistance and training.

Advancing Systems of Services for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs
Health Resources and Services Administration
Deadline: Nov. 14
To improve the health and well-being for children and youth with special health care needs and their families by increasing access to patient and family-centered care, improving the process of transition youth into the adult health care system, and adopting health care financing models that achieve cost savings by supporting state Title V programs and stakeholders through training and technical assistance.
 
CAPSTONE Centers for Multidisciplinary Research in Child Abuse and Neglect
National Institutes of Health
Deadline: Nov. 27
Will use the specialized research mechanism to call for multidisciplinary centers to serves as the CAPSTONE for research on child abuse and neglect and to serve as a national resource for the field.

Family to Family Health Information Centers
Health Resources and Services Administration
Dec. 4
To promote optimal health for children and youth with special health care needs by helping families and health professional become partners in health care decision-making and facilitating access to cost effective, quality healthcare.