FY10 State Partnership Grant Program to Improve Minority Health

The State Partnership Grant Program to Improve Minority Health, intends to demonstrate the effectiveness and efficiency of strategic partnerships, in improving the health status of minority populations and eliminating health disparities by addressing data needs regarding health disparities; developing


partnerships, developing systems to improve access to health care; implementing targeted health issue interventions that promote science-based health promotion and disease prevention research, or advance strategic plans and policies, or support state-level health practices; and/or implementing strategies and interventions that focus on workforce diversity policies to expand recruitment of racial and ethnic minorities who enroll in health professions training during the period of the grant.
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State Partnership Grant Program to Improve Minority Health

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FY10 State Partnership Grant Program to Improve Minority Health

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To qualify for funding, applicant organizations must be an established state or territorial office of minority health at the time of application submission for this announcement.

States that do not have a formally recognized office of minority health (established through legislation, executive order, or a directive process) may not apply for these OMH State Partnership Program grants.

States that have formal offices of minority health are more likely to have the linkages and infrastructure necessary to foster effective relationships with public/private entities and/or community-based minority-serving organizations necessary to address the health needs of racial and ethnic minorities, as required for this program.

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