$1.2M to Assess Viability of Family Planning Services Network

Dept of Health and Human ServicesAgency: Health & Human Services Dept. (HHS) Office of Public Health and Science, Office of Population Affairs, Office of Family Planning; Program: Title X Family Planning Research – Title X Health System Improvement Assessment (CFDA Number: 93.260) (Funding Opportunity Number: PA-FPR-17-001); Eligibility: nonprofits (including faith-based and community organizations) governments, tribes, colleges; Funding: $1.2 million for three awards (no match required); Deadline (estimated): March (the NOFA is to be released in December).

Summary: These grants will support evidence-based practices and establish performance and outcome measures to strengthen their financial, administrative, staffing and clinical resources to best accommodate the ever-changing family planning and health care field as well as address emerging clinical issue. Specifically, project must research, data analysis and/or evaluation on family planning, reproductive health and other subjects directly related to the family planning services and related health system network. Emphasis is placed on assessing elements impacting and related to improving the health systems of the Title X service-provider network.

Info: https://goo.gl/7Oib18 (NOFA); David Johnson, 240-453-2841 or david.johnson@hhs.gov for questions.

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