FY11 Announcement of Availability of Funds for Phase II of the Coalition for a Healthier Community Program

The purpose of this funding announcement is to support the implementation of evidence-based health strategies targeting women and girls through a public health system approach which is gender-based, cost beneficial and sustainable.

This limited competitive cooperative agreement seeks applications


from Coalition for Healthier Community grantees to implement an evidence-based intervention to address a health problem identified through their needs assessment and gender analysis as having an adverse impact on the health of women and/or girls.

Phase II funding is contingent upon satisfactory completion of Phase I, an application that addresses the requirements of this announcement as determined by an objective review panel and availability of Federal funds.

Support for this cooperative agreement was divided into two phases:
a) Phase I Planning and b) Phase II Implementation.

In Phase I, the planning stage was supported for a one-year period and required a needs assessment to identify the health needs of the community, the development of a strategic action plan and accompanying implementation plan to address identified needs.

For Phase II, awardees will be required to implement their proposed intervention model, which must address the health condition(s) identified by the needs assessment as having the most adverse effect on the health and well being of women and/or girls in the community.
Related Programs

National Community Centers of Excellence in Women's Health

Department of Health and Human Services

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FY11 Announcement of Availability of Funds for Phase II of the Coalition for a Healthier Community Program

Additional Information of Eligibility:
Phase II eligible applicants under this announcement are limited to current Coalition for a Healthier Community grantees which are the following: Brandywine Counseling and Community Services, Domestic Violence Action Center, Drexel University, East of the River Action for Substance Abuse Elimination, Family League of Baltimore, University of Illinois at Chicago, University of Minnesota, National Kidney Foundation of Michigan, Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership, Rockingham Memorial Hospital, St.

Vincent Healthcare Foundation, Thurston County Public Health and Social Services Department, University of Utah, Virginia Commonwealth University, Women�s Health Services and Yale University.

This announcement provides an opportunity for current CHC grantees to compete for a Phase II cooperative agreement grant in order to implement their strategic plan.

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