This funding opportunity is designed to assist the offices within HHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (OASH) to fund activities with the OASH-wide mission, as well as their office mission.
HHS/The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (OASH) oversees 9 core public health offices,
as well as 10 regional health offices, and 10 Presidential or Secretarial advisory committees.
More information about OASH can be found at:
OASH Offices consisting of the National Vaccine Program Office and the Office on WomenÃ¢ÂÂs Health, and the Regional Health Offices contributed in developing this announcement.
A number of OASH offices contributed to developing the funding program (National Vaccine Program Office, Office on WomenÃ¢ÂÂs Health, and the Regional Health Offices).
In addition, the Office of Minority Health, within the Office of the Secretary, contributed to developing the OASH funding announ cement and may support activities that align with both the Office of Minority Health mission and the OASH-wide mission OASH is interested in leading by example through this funding opportunity announcement to truly tackle the systemic issues that present barriers for many Americans to access preventive services.
OASH is interested in working across traditional categories to meet priority needs because people most at risk for missing preventive services often fit more than one category, and systemic approaches in reaching underserved populations need to be more effective in achieving a healthier population.