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Currently Available Federal Grant Opportunities

Current Opportunities

Legal Services for Homeless Veterans and Veterans At-Risk for Homelessness Grant (Due December 30, 2022)

The new Legal Services for Homeless Veterans and Veterans At-Risk for Homelessness Grant Program's purpose is to provide legal services grants to public or non-profit private entities who will provide legal services to eligible Veterans who are homeless or at risk for homelessness. The goal of the Grant Program is to assist homeless and at-risk Veterans who have unaddressed needs for legal services, which may create barriers to housing stability. Services provided to Veterans under this Grant Program are designed to help Veterans increase housing stability by providing legal services that will help Veterans avoid homelessness or help them return to permanent housing in the community.

Rural Health Network Development Planning Program (Due January 6, 2023)

The purpose of the Network Planning Program is to promote the planning and development of integrated health care networks to address the following legislative aims: (i) achieve efficiencies; (ii) expand access to, coordinate, and improve the quality of basic health care services and associated health outcomes; and (iii) strengthen the rural health care system as a whole.

DOL Nursing Expansion Grant Program (Due January 6, 2023)

This FOA will address bottlenecks in training the United States nursing workforce and expand and diversify the pipeline of qualified nursing professionals through two training tracks.

Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program (Due January 9, 2023)

The intent of the HVRP grant program is to obtain high-quality career outcomes for veterans experiencing homelessness. The Department encourages applicants to propose strategies to achieve economic opportunity, address historical inequities, and provide equitable access and outcomes to marginalized groups. To meet the fluctuations in the population and changing needs of veterans experiencing homelessness, VETS requires grant recipients to provide an array of client-centered services utilizing a case management approach that directly assists homeless veterans and provides critical linkages to a variety of support services available in their local communities.  The HVRP approach is focused on obtaining high-quality career outcomes for the veteran. Veterans are to receive the job training and employment services required to re-enter and be successful in the labor force.

Rural Communities Opioid Response Program – Overdose Response (Due January 19, 2023)

The Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) is a multi-year HRSA initiative aimed at reducing the morbidity and mortality of substance use disorder (SUD), including opioid use disorder (OUD), in high-risk rural communities. This funding opportunity, RCORP-Overdose Response, will advance RCORP’s overall goal by supporting immediate responses to the opioid crisis in rural areas.

Research Grants for Preventing Violence and Violence Related Injury (Due January 26, 2023)

This initiative is intended to support effectiveness research to evaluate innovative programs, practices, or policies among groups experiencing a high burden of community violence. Innovative approaches are those that have not been rigorously evaluated for effectiveness in reducing community violence. Funds are available to conduct studies focused on preventing all forms of community violence involving youth or young adults (ages 10-34 years), including assaults, homicides, violence between groups, and threats/use of weapons. The primary objectives we wish to achieve with this initiative are: Objective One: Effectiveness research to evaluate innovative approaches with the potential for immediate or near immediate benefits (i.e., within 6 months) for reducing community violence and racial/ethnic inequities in risk for community violence. Objective Two: Effectiveness research to evaluate place-based prevention approaches for reducing community violence and racial/ethnic inequities in risk for community violence. Objective Three: Effectiveness research to evaluate approaches that improve the social or structural conditions that contribute to community violence and racial/ethnic inequities in risk for community violence.

State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (Due January 30, 2023)

Under SCAAP, OJP is statutorily required to make payments to "states" and "units of local government" that incur certain types of costs due to the "incarceration" of "undocumented criminal aliens" during a specific 12-month reporting period.

Local Law Enforcement Crime Gun Intelligence Center Integration Initiative (Due February 6, 2023)

With this solicitation, BJA seeks to support state, local, and tribal jurisdictions’ capacity to work with their ATF partners to utilize intelligence, technology, and community engagement to swiftly identify unlawfully used firearms and their sources, and effectively prosecute perpetrators engaged in violent crime.

YouthBuild (Due February 7, 2023)

Under the YouthBuild Funding Opportunity Announcement, DOL will award grants through a competitive process to organizations providing pre-apprenticeship services that support education, occupational skills training, and employment services to opportunity youth, ages 16 to 24, while performing meaningful work and service to their communities. The YouthBuild program model prepares participants for quality jobs in a variety of careers, including infrastructure, and contains wrap-around services such as mentoring, trauma-informed care, personal counseling, and employment – all key strategies for addressing community violence.

Assessing the Effectiveness of Programs, Policies, or Practices that Affect Social Determinants of Health to Promote Health Equity and Reduce Health Disparities in Chronic Diseases (Due February 9, 2023)

The purpose of this grant is to support rapid, applied research with rigorous study design (i.e., natural experiments, quasi-experimental design studies, simulation modeling, and economic evaluations) to evaluate the impact of ongoing programs, policies, and environmental improvement strategies on SDOH and how these changes in SDOH improve chronic disease outcomes and related health disparities.

Veteran Affairs Supportive Services for Veteran Families (Due February 10, 2023)

The SSVF Program’s purpose is to provide supportive services grants to private non-profit organizations and consumer cooperatives who will coordinate or provide supportive services to very low-income Veteran families who (i) are residing in permanent housing and at risk of becoming homeless, (ii) are homeless and scheduled to become residents of permanent housing within a specified time period or (iii) after exiting permanent housing within a specified time period, are seeking other housing that is responsive to such very low-income Veteran family’s needs and preferences. SSVF delivers services using a housing-first approach that emphasizes permanent housing placement as the primary objective.

Justice for Families Program (Due February 13, 2023)

The program supports the following activities for improving the capacity of courts and communities to respond to families affected by the targeted crimes: court-based and court-related programs; supervised visitation and safe exchange by and between parents; training for people who work with families in the court system; civil legal services; and the provision of resources in juvenile court matters.  

Legal Assistance for Victims (Due February 21, 2023)

The Legal Assistance for Victims (LAV) Grant Program (CFDA 16.524) is intended to increase the availability of civil and criminal legal assistance needed to effectively aid adult and youth (ages 11 to 24) victims of domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, or sexual assault by providing funds for comprehensive direct legal services to victims in legal matters relating to or arising out of that abuse or violence.

Legal Assistance for Victims Grant Program Expanding Legal Services Initiative (Due March 6, 2023)

The LAV Grant Program’s Expanding Legal Services Initiative (ELSI) is intended to enable eligible organizations that do not currently offer legal services to establish a program that provides legal representation to victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.

Rural Communities Opioid Response Program-Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (Due March 8, 2023)

The purpose of this program is to reduce the incidence and impact of neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) in rural communities by improving systems of care, family supports, and social determinants of health. NAS is a group of conditions that can occur when newborns withdraw from certain substances, including opioids, that they were exposed to before birth.

Delta States Rural Development Network Program (Due March 22, 2023)

The Delta Program provides grant funding to support the planning, development, and implementation of integrated health care networks that collaborate in order to (i) achieve efficiencies; (ii) expand access to, coordinate, and improve the quality of basic health care services and associated health outcomes in rural areas within the eight rural Mississippi Delta Region states.

Integrated Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program (Estimated Post Date of September 21, 2022; Estimated Due Date of December 21, 2022)

The purpose of the program is to expand the number of nurse practitioners, physician assistants, health service psychologists, and social workers trained to provide mental and substance use disorder services in underserved community-based settings that integrate primary care and mental and substance use disorder services.

 

Assessing the Effectiveness Of Program, Policy, Systems, and Environmental Improvement Strategies that Address Social Determinants Of Health, Promote Health Equity and Reduce Health Disparities In Chronic Diseases (Estimated to be Posted on November 2, 2022; Estimated Due Date January 23, 2023)

The purpose of this NOFO is to support rapid, applied research with rigorous study design (i.e., natural experiments, quasi-experimental design studies, simulation modeling, and economic evaluations) to evaluate the impact of ongoing programs, policies, and environmental improvement strategies on SDOH and how these changes in SDOH improve chronic disease outcomes and related health disparities.  

 

Updated December 22, 2022