The Great Plains Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (GP-BCCEDP) is pleased to announce the RFP for Community Sub Contracts to implement Evidence Based Interventions. GP-BCCEDP is looking for community partners to take on this funding using creative approaches to increase breast and cervical cancer screening demand and rates in their service areas.
GP-BCCEDP funding opportunity is open to tribes, tribal agencies, urban tribal programs, tribal non-profit organizations that serve American Indians in the Great Plains Region (ND, SD, NE, IA). The purpose of the community grant is to provide support to entities who are wanting to implement evidence based interventions in their clinics/communities to increase breast and cervical cancer screening rates.
Attached you will find the Community Grant Application. The following are the deadlines for this funding opportunity:
- RFP Announcement: July 11, 2018
- Grant Application Technical Assistance Webinar (for those wanting to apply for funding): July 24th, 2018 @ 2pm MST
- Application Deadline: August 10, 2018
- Award Notice sent to Primary Contact: August 17, 2018
- Onboarding/implementation Planning for Funded Projects: September 24-28, 2018 (Day/Time TBD)
- Project Period: October 1, 2018 – June 1, 2018
- Final Report Due: June 15, 2018
Community Grant Request for Proposal
If you have any questions, need further clarification, or are having technical difficulties filling out the application please email [email protected] or call 605-721-1922.
The Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board and the Great Plains Tribal Epidemiology Center is pleased to announce 2 new funding opportunities in partnership with the Indian Health Service (with funding from the National Institutes of Health) and the Centers for Disease Control.
Funding opportunity #1: The Tribal Public Health Priorities CDC Project Sub-Award will be used in support of and response to local public health priorities and needs as well as contribute to the development of tribal public health workforce and infrastructure. It is anticipated that up to 12 awards will be available for the 2017-2018 funding cycle.
Funding opportunity #2: The Substance Abuse and Mental Health IHS/NIH Project Sub-Award will be used to support the assessment of and response to the leading public health priorities of substance abuse and/or mental health. It is anticipated that up to 6 awards will be available for the 2017-2018 funding cycle.
Applications are due on December 29, 2017. Request for Proposal available here:
GPTEC Subaward Funding – RFA AddendumTribal Public Health Subaward Opportunity Addendum
Join this webinar for question & answer sessions regarding the funding opportunities:Webinar Q and A Flyer
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DECEMBER 14, 2017
Great Plains Good Health and Wellness Program
The Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board’s Community Health Department is pleased to announce a new funding opportunity through its Great Plains Good Health and Wellness (GPGHW) program. This funding opportunity will be used to increase the number of tribes within the Great Plains area who develop and implement assessment driven PSE strategies to improve nutrition and physical activity, reduce tobacco use and exposure, increase health literacy, and strengthen team-based care and community-clinical linkages.
It is anticipated that up to four awards will be available for the 2017-2018 funding cycle. Applications are due on December 1, 2017. Please review the Request for Proposal (RFP) and application for more information:
If you have questions regarding the RFP or application process, please call us at 605-721-1922.
Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska Press Release
November 13, 2017