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Healthy Tomorrows Partnership for Children Program (HTPCP)

Link

https://www.hrsa.gov/grants/find-funding/hrsa-21-031

Additional Links

Fact Sheet
Notice of Funding Opportunity (Grants.gov)

Deadline

Application Deadline: Oct 6, 2020

Sponsoring Organization

Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB)

Purpose

Provides funding to develop and implement community-based health projects and services for children and families in rural and underserved areas. Promotes collaboration between pediatric providers, human service organizations, and community leaders to expand access to quality clinical and public health services and programs for mothers, infants, children, and adolescents to improve the physical, mental, and social-emotional health status of children and families.

Required program activities include:

  • Identifying and developing innovative community-based programs and interventions that are culturally and linguistically competent and are based on state and community maternal and child health (MCH) priorities and needs assessment data
  • Implementing clinical and public health interventions in community-based settings that address:
    • Behavioral health, including the integration of substance use services for children and adolescents who have or are at risk for substance use disorders (SUD), or assessing for substance use and SUD during prenatal and well-child visits
    • Early child development and school readiness
    • Medical home, including enhanced family and adolescent engagement
    • Care coordination and case management
    • Developmental/Behavioral pediatrics
    • Oral health
    • Mental health
    • School-based health
    • Nutrition and physical activity to promote healthy weight
  • Forming collaborative partnerships between pediatric providers, community organizations, families, community members, state Title V Maternal and Child Health (MCH) agencies and other MCH-related programs, and businesses to ensure that programs are self-sustaining.
  • Formulating and continually reassessing the program's logic model and evaluation plan
  • Developing tools, trainings, and resources for pediatric professionals, community members, families, state Title V agencies, and other MCH-related programs

Additional information, guidance, and resources can be found on the Healthy Tomorrows program website.

HTPCP Community-Based Innovations Infographic

Amount of Funding

Award ceiling: $50,000 per year
Project period: 5 years
Estimated number of awards: 10
Estimated total program funding: $500,000

Matching funds are required for a portion of the project. Recipients must contribute two times the award amount, a 2:1 match, from non-federal sources in years 2 through 5 of the grant.

Who Can Apply

Domestic public or private entities, including Indian tribes and tribal organizations and domestic faith-based and community-based organizations, are eligible to apply.

Geographic Coverage

Nationwide

What This Program Funds

New Program • Operating Costs and Staffing • Training Providers

Application Process

Application instructions, requirements, and other information about the online application process are available in the funding announcement.

An eligible organization may submit multiple applications if each application proposes Healthy Tomorrows Partnership for Children Program projects that are separate and distinct.

Applicant webinar recording
Proposal development guide

Contact

For programmatic or technical questions:
Madhavi M. Reddy, MSPH
301-443-0754
mreddy@hrsa.gov

Kelly Dawson, MPH
301-945-3331
kdawson@hrsa.gov

For grants management or budget questions:
Djuana Gibson
301-443-3243
dgibson@hrsa.gov

Topics This Program Addresses

Community Planning and Coalition Building • Health and Wellness • Health Education for Community and Patients • Healthcare Workforce • Mental Health • Opioids • Parents, Families, and Children • Substance Use Disorder • Women • Youth