Foundation / Corporation
Seattle Indian Health Board - Urban Indian Health Institute (UIHI)
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Grants to USA organizations for culturally appropriate programs to improve the health of Native American populations. The purpose of the program is to reduce chronic illness through management, prevention, and educational initiatives. Priority will be given to programs that address heart disease and stroke, obesity prevention, commercial tobacco use prevention and cessation, and type 2 diabetes.
Urban Indian Health Institute (UIHI) is requesting applications for funds to address Chronic Disease education, prevention, and management in the urban American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) population.
Funding will support the establishment of sustainable chronic disease prevention initiatives that are using culturally adapted Indigenous methods, frameworks, and evaluation approaches that are regionally tailored by environment, culture, sociodemographic composition, as well as specific healthcare and infrastructure gaps of applicant sites.
Objective: The Community Grants Program Request for Applications (RFA) (RFA – Community Grants) encourages the use of AI/AN traditional, cultural, and regional knowledge in developing, implementing, and/or supporting chronic disease education, prevention, and management initiatives amongst urban Indian communities.
In this upcoming grant cycle, Sage funds will focus on Indigenous approaches to but are not limited to:
Priority Approaches: Funding that you receive may be used for expanding previous projects related to obesity prevention, commercial tobacco use prevention and cessation promotion, Type 2 Diabetes prevention, and Heart Disease and Stroke prevention. Examples include chronic disease prevention and education, and/or management activities that:
GrantWatch ID#: 203579
Funding Amount: $90,000 - $95,885
Funding Period: September 30, 2022 – September 29, 2023
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit applications to email@example.com
Applicants may contact Thomas Lawrence via phone or email to obtain clarification of RFA application requirements and process. Inquiries may be sent to:
Program Manager II
Urban Indian Health Institute
firstname.lastname@example.org | 206-324-9360 ext. 3103
Urban Indian Health Institute
611 12th Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98144-2007
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