HHS Provides $1.5M to Improve Teen Pregnancy Prevention

Agency: Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (HHS); Program: Funds for Centers for Teen Pregnancy Prevention and Adolescent Health Promotion Research (CFDA Number: 93.343) (Funding Opportunity Number: AH-TPE-17-001); Eligibility: State, tribal and local governments, public and private colleges and universities and nonprofits; Funding: $1.5 million for three awards (no match required); Deadline: March 31.

Summary: The program supports centers in conducting research on teen pregnancy prevention and adolescent health promotion. These centers will turn research into practice for the promotion of adolescent health and the prevention of teen pregnancy. The Centers are expected to be a national leader in one of five priority areas: (1) safe and supportive environments; (2) healthy relationships; (3) meaningful connections to supportive adults; (4) engaging children, teens and families; and (5) children in out-of-home care and foster care systems.

Info: https://goo.gl/nGxLLf (NOFA); for questions about the opportunity, e-mail, PHSFAQS@hhs.gov; 240/453-2847.

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