Department of Human Health and Services: Family Planning Services Grant

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Department of Human Health and Services: Family Planning Services Grant

The United States of America gives great importance to the health and well-being of its citizens. The Office of Public Health and Safety (OPHS), is one of the many departments established by the government to ensure that the country's health-related concerns are being addressed.

The Office of the Public Health and Safety is an operating agency of the Department of Human Health and Services(HHS) which focuses mainly on coordinating public health and science issues to the HHS.

In line with the agency's mission, the OPHS has recently announced the availability of funding opportunities for the establishment and implementation of voluntary family planning service projects.

The aforementioned funding opportunity is specifically referred to as the Family Planning Service Grant. It invites public and private nonprofit entities to develop voluntary family planning service projects that would provide family planning services to everyone, specifically people from low-income households.

For this Family Planning Services Grants program, the agency has allocated an anticipated budget of $87 million for the fiscal year 2012.

Interested applicants are required to submit electronic applications to the Grants.gov website. Deadline of such applications will be on September 30, 2011.  (continued...)

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