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Help us serve communities and people who need it most. 

This includes people:

  • With low incomes
  • With HIV
  • Who are pregnant
  • Who live in rural areas and other communities in need
  • Who received a transplant 

Our programs also support the health workforce, health systems, and facilities. They provide care for these communities.

We do this by awarding grants to:

  • States and territories
  • Tribes
  • Educational and community groups 

What’s a grant? 

A grant is federal money for ideas and projects that benefit the public. 

Who can get a grant?

We award grants to organizations. These could be local or state governments. Our grants help them solve critical needs in their community.

What needs are critical?

A few examples:

  • Expanding the health workforce
  • Increasing access to affordable and quality health care
  • More options for telehealth 
  • HIV medical care, medications, and support services

How do I get a grant?

Search for an open opportunity. If you’re eligible, prepare and then apply
 

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We list Office for the Advancement of Telehealth (OAT), Office of Global Health (OGH), and Office of Intergovernmental and External Affairs (OIEA) funding opportunities under the Office of the Administrator.

Select Office of the Administrator in the Bureau/Office drop-down list.

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1-10 of 29 Funding Opportunities

National Organizations of State and Local Officials (NOSLO): State Health Services and Financing

Funding Opportunity Number: HRSA-24-103
Application Deadline: 05/23/2024
Bureau/Office: Office of the Administrator
Status: Open
Who can apply: Eligible applicants include domestic public or private, non-profit, or for-profit entities, including community-based organizations, tribal governments, and tribal organizations. You can apply if your organization is in the United States, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, or the Republic of Palau and is: • Public or private, non-profit • Community-based • Native American tribal governments 12 • Include any proof of applicant status that you’ll require. For example, proof of non-profit status, in Section IV.2. with a cross-reference to this section, if it applies. Ensure that proof of applicant status is broad enough to include tribal governments’ and tribal organizations’ documentation. Note: Current NOSLO award recipients are not eligible to apply as the primary recipient for NOSLO State Health Services and Financing Funding.

Licensure Portability Grant Program

Funding Opportunity Number: HRSA-24-011
Application Deadline: 04/08/2024
Bureau/Office: Office of the Administrator
Status: Open
Who can apply: Competing Continuation Applicants: Entities that are currently funded under HRSA-19-019 are eligible to apply as competing continuation applicants. New Applicants: Eligible applicants are state professional licensing boards including but not limited to organizations that are in consortia with or associations of state licensing boards that cooperate to develop and implement state policies that will reduce statutory and regulatory barriers to telehealth.

Behavioral Health Integration (BHI) Evidence Based Telehealth Network Program (EB-TNP)

Funding Opportunity Number: HRSA-24-010
Application Deadline: 03/22/2024
Bureau/Office: Office of the Administrator
Status: Open
Who can apply: You can apply if your organization is in the United States, Guam, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa, the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and the Republic of Palau and is a: • public or private, non-profit or for-profit entity • Domestic faith-based or community-based organization • Tribal (governments, organizations) You can be located in an urban area, but your proposed telehealth network must include at least two originating sites located in rural and underserved areas.

Leveraging Health Service Equity Approaches for Sustainable HIV Epidemic Control

Funding Opportunity Number: HRSA-22-160
Application Deadline: 08/05/2022
Bureau/Office: Office of the Administrator
Status: Closed
Who can apply: Eligible applicants include domestic and foreign public or private, nonprofit entities, including institutions of higher education, and for-profit entities. Faith-based and community-based organizations, Indian Tribes, and tribal organizations are eligible to apply.

Global Reach II

Funding Opportunity Number: HRSA-21-144
Application Deadline: 07/21/2021
Bureau/Office: Office of the Administrator
Status: Closed
Who can apply: Eligible applicants include domestic and foreign public or private, nonprofit entities, including institutions of higher education, and for-profit entities. Faith-based and community-based organizations, Indian Tribes, and tribal organizations are eligible to apply. If you are an applicant from a U.S. domestic organization, HRSA encourages you to form a consortium of partners to include foreign institutions with the relevant expertise, with the long-term goal of strengthening networks, ensuring sustainability, and providing in-country personnel. If you are a foreign applicant, you may include collaboration with U.S. and other foreign institutions with particular expertise in the proposed priority areas as sub-recipient consortium partners. The applicant institution must meet the eligibility requirements and assumes all legal, programmatic, and financial responsibilities under the award. Consortium participants are sub-recipients under the award. Sub-recipients are subject to all programmatic terms and conditions of the award. Depending on the type of engagement and scope of work, consortium agreements may be in the form of memorandums of understanding (MOUs), sub-awards, or contracts.