Grant Opportunities for Community-Based Health Services, School Violence Prevention and Visual Arts Available

Alzheimer’s Programs Funded
Department of Health and Human Services

The Alzheimer’s Disease Programs to States and Communities opportunity supports the development and expansion of dementia-capable home and community-based service systems. The program seeks to provide quality person-centered services that help individuals remain independent and safe in their communities. The application deadline is July 16, 2018.

Pediatricians Planning Child Health Programs Supported
American Academy of Pediatrics: Community Access to Child Health Program

The Community Access to Child Health (CATCH) Program, a national initiative of the American Academy of Pediatrics, is designed to improve access to healthcare by supporting pediatricians who are involved in community-based efforts to enhance the health of children. CATCH Planning and Implementation Grants of up to $10,000 are awarded to pediatricians and fellowship trainees to plan innovative community-based child health programs that will ensure all children have medical homes, are properly immunized, and have access to healthcare services not otherwise available in their community. (Grants of up to $2,000 are awarded to pediatric residents addressing the same issues.) The application period will close on July 31, 2018. Visit the American Academy of Pediatrics’ website to learn more about the CATCH Program.

Support Available to Address School Violence
Department of Justice

The STOP School Violence Prevention and Mental Health Training Program supports efforts that focus on training school personnel and educating students to prevent student violence, and training school officials in responding to related mental health crises. The application deadline is July 23, 2018.

Grants Promote Contemporary Visual Arts
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts

The purpose of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts is to foster innovative artistic expression and the creative process by supporting cultural organizations that, in turn, support artists and their work. Grants are provided to curatorial programs at museums, artists’ organizations, and other cultural institutions to originate innovative and scholarly presentations of contemporary visual arts. Projects may include exhibitions, catalogues, and other relevant activities. Proposals that highlight women, artists of color, and under-represented practitioners are encouraged. The Foundation has designated one of its grants, The Wynn Kramarsky Freedom of Artistic Expression Award, to recognize the work of organizations with a deep-seated commitment to defending the First Amendment rights of artists. The next postmark deadline for proposals to the Foundation is September 1, 2018. Visit the Foundation’s website to review the grant guidelines. 


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