Grants to Improve Teen Health, Pregnancy Prevention

Dept of Health and Human ServicesAgency: Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (HHS); Program: National Centers for Adolescent Health Research (TPP) Programs (CFDA Number: 93.343) (Funding Opportunity Number: AH-TPE-16-001); Eligibility: States, governments, nonprofits, tribal governments and organizations and for-profits; Funding: Three awards of up to $400,000 each (no match required); Deadline (estimated): March, the NOFA is to be released at the end of they year.

Summary: The grants will support up to three national centers for research on particular focus areas related to adolescent health and teen pregnancy prevention. The centers will focus on a specific youth-health area. The five priority areas related to teen pregnancy prevention: (1) safe and supportive environments for youth, including LGBTQ youth, (2) healthy relationships, (3) meaningful connections to supportive adults, (4) foster care systems, and (5) engaging youth and families.

Info: https://goo.gl/MwCg0O (NOFA); Amy Farb. Amy.Farb@hhs.gov or 240-453-2836 for questions.

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