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1 UnitedHealthcare Community Grants Program September 2013 Grant Guide

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Federal Opportunities, page 2 Condition Specific, page 2 1. *NEW* National Indian Health Outreach and Education III 2. *NEW* PPHF 2013 Immunization Increasing Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination Coverage Rates among Adolescents financed solely by 2013 Prevention and Public Health Funds Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Department of Health and Human Services 3. Improving Sexually Transmitted Disease Programs through Assessment, Assurance, Policy Development, and Prevention Strategies (STD AAPPS) 4. *NEW* Ryan White Part A HIV Emergency Relief Grant Program 5. Social and Behavioral Interventions to Increase Solid Organ Donation 6. *NEW* Public Education Efforts to Increase Solid Organ Donation Children and Families, page 4 7. Perinatal & Infant Oral Health Quality Improvement (PIOHQI) Pilot Grant Program Quality Improvement, page 4 8. *NEW* Cooperative Agreement to Support the Food and Agriculture Organization (U01) Food & Drug Administration Department of Health and Human Services 9. *NEW* National Elder Abuse and Neglect Prevention /Adult Protective Services Resource Center financed by 2013 Prevention and Public Health Funds (PPHF 2013) 10. *NEW* National Indian Health Outreach and Education II 11. *NEW* Money Follows the Person Rebalancing Demonstration Grant: Tribal Initiative Foundation Opportunities, page Stephen and Mary Birch Foundation, Inc. 13. Verizon Foundation 14. Metlife Foundation 15. UBS Foundation USA 16. Hearst Foundation 17. Daniels Fund 18. Gladys and Roland Harriman Foundation 19. The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc. 20. The Michael and Susan Dell Foundation 21. Patterson Foundation 22. W.K. Kellogg Foundation 1 of 8

3 Federal Opportunities, Condition Specific 1. National Indian Health Outreach and Education III Targeted Organizations: Nonprofits, Native American tribal organizations Proposal Due: September 8, 2013 Granting Agency: Indian Health Service Summary: To further Indian Health Services health program objectives in the AI/AN community with expanded outreach and education efforts for the Methamphetamine and Suicide Prevention Intervention (MSPI) and Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) programs on a national scale and in the interest of improving Indian health care 2. PPHF 2013 Immunization Increasing Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination Coverage Rates among Adolescents financed solely by 2013 Prevention and Public Health Funds Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Department of Health and Human Services Targeted Organizations: State health departments Proposal Due: September 9, 2013 Granting Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Summary: To increase HPV vaccination coverage among adolescents by: 1. Developing a jurisdictionwide joint initiative with immunization stakeholders, 2. Implementing a comprehensive communication campaign targeted to the public, 3. Implementing Immunization Information System (IIS) based reminder / recall for adolescents aged years either through a centralized approach (preferred) or by providing support to immunization providers, 4. Using assessment and feedback to evaluate and improve the performance of immunization providers in administering the 3 dose HPV vaccine series consistent with current ACIP recommendations, and 5. Implementing strategies targeted to immunization providers. 3. Improving Sexually Transmitted Disease Programs through Assessment, Assurance, Policy Development, and Prevention Strategies (STD AAPPS) Targeted Organizations: State, county, city or township governments, independent school districts, Native American tribal organizations, 501(c)(3)s Proposal Due: September 12, 2013 Granting Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ID/CFDA #: Summary: To strengthen STD prevention programs to reach the following goals: 1) Reduce the incidence of CT, GC, and syphilis and their respective sequelae; 2) Improve the integration of STD services into clinical care across the healthcare system; 3) Increase access to STD services for those populations most at risk; and 4) Reduce the threats of antibiotic resistant GC, other emerging STDs, and congenital syphilis. 2 of 8

4 4. Ryan White Part A HIV Emergency Relief Grant Program Targeted Organizations: State, county, city or township governments, independent school districts, Native American tribal organizations, 501(c)(3)s Proposal Due: October 9, 2013 Granting Agency: Health Resources & Services Administration ID/CFDA #: Summary: To assist eligible program areas in developing or enhancing access to a comprehensive continuum of high quality, community based care for low income individuals and families with HIV that includes the 13 core medical services specified in law, and appropriate support services that assist People Living With HIV (PLWH) in accessing treatment for HIV/AIDS infection that is consistent with the Department of Health and Human Service (HHS) Treatment Guidelines. 5. Social and Behavioral Interventions to Increase Solid Organ Donation Targeted Organizations: State, county, city or township governments, independent school districts, Native American tribal organizations, 501(c)(3)s Proposal Due: November 20, 2013 Granting Agency: Health Resources & Services Administration ID/CFDA #: Summary: To reduce the gap between the demand for organ transplants and the supply of organs from deceased donors by identifying successful strategies that can serve as model interventions to increase deceased organ donation registration or family consent. 6. Public Education Efforts to Increase Solid Organ Donation Targeted Organizations: State, county, city or township governments, independent school districts, Native American tribal organizations, 501(c)(3)s Proposal Due: December 3, 2013 Granting Agency: Health Resources & Services Administration ID/CFDA #: Summary: To educate the public about the need for solid organ donation and to encourage positive deceased donation decisions, documentation, and family discussions. The specific purpose of this two year grant program is to promote broader implementation and evaluation of interventions that increase public commitment to solid organ donation. All projects funded under this grant program are intended to support public education and outreach strategies to increase the number of individuals who make a commitment to become a deceased organ donor or increase knowledge among parents/guardians. 3 of 8

5 Federal Opportunities, Children and Families 7. Perinatal & Infant Oral Health Quality Improvement (PIOHQI) Pilot Grant Program Targeted Organizations: State, county, city or township governments, Native American tribal organizations, 501(c)(3)s, community based organizations Proposal Due: September 19, 2013 Granting Agency: Health Resources & Services Administration ID/CFDA #: Summary: To integrate a successful community based approach into a health care system with statewide reach, accomplishing statewide availability and increased utilization of quality preventive dental care and restorative services for pregnant women and infants most at risk. The long term goal of this effort is to achieve sustainable improvement in the oral health care status of this MCH population. Federal Opportunities, Quality Improvement 8. Cooperative Agreement to Support the Food and Agriculture Organization (U01) Food & Drug Administration Department of Health and Human Services Targeted Organizations: Nonprofits Proposal Due: September 3, 2013 Granting Agency: Food & Drug Administration Summary: To improve systems of food safety and quality management, based on scientific principles, that lead to reduced foodborne illness and support fair and transparent trade thereby contributing to economic development, improved livelihoods and food security. 9. National Elder Abuse and Neglect Prevention /Adult Protective Services Resource Center financed by 2013 Prevention and Public Health Funds (PPHF 2013) Targeted Organizations: Domestic public or private non profit entities including state and local governments, Indian tribal governments and organizations (American Indian/Alaskan Native/Native American), faith based organizations, community based organizations Proposal Due: September 9, 2013 Granting Agency: Administration for Community Living Summary: To provide current and relevant information and support to enhance the quality, consistency, and effectiveness of elder abuse prevention activities conducted by APS programs across the country. 4 of 8

6 10. National Indian Health Outreach and Education II Targeted Organizations: Nonprofits Proposal Due: September 22, 2013 Granting Agency: Indian Health Service Summary: To encourage national Indian organizations and IHS, Tribal, and Urban (I/T/U) partners to work together to conduct Affordable Care Act/IHCIA training and technical assistance throughout Indian Country. The funded programs will coordinate and conduct training and technical assistance on a national scale for the 566 Federally recognized Tribes, and Tribal organizations on the changes, improvements and authorities of the Affordable Care Act and IHCIA in anticipation of the Health Insurance Marketplace October 1, 2013 open enrollment date and coverage start date of January 1, Money Follows the Person Rebalancing Demonstration Grant: Tribal Initiative Targeted Organizations: States already participating in the MFP grant program Proposal Due: October 17, 2013 Granting Agency: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services ID/CFDA #: Summary: To support the planning and development of: 1) An in state Medicaid program CB LTSS (as an alternative to institutional care) tailored for AI/AN who are presently receiving services in an institution; and 2) A service delivery structure that includes a set of administrative functions delegated by the state Medicaid agency to Tribes or Tribal organizations (T/TOs), such as enabling tribe(s) to design an effective program or package of Medicaid community based LTSS, and operating day to day functions pertaining to the LTSS program(s) 5 of 8

7 Foundation Opportunities 12. Stephen and Mary Birch Foundation, Inc. Contact: 103 Foulk Rd Suite 200, Wilmington, DE Example Grantee: In 2009, awarded $2,000,000 to Sharp Healthcare Foundation which re grants funds for health education services. Summary: To provide funding in support of a variety of areas, including health. 13. Verizon Foundation, Hospitals Contact: Example Grantee: In 2008, awarded $25,000 for Center for Connected Health to support development of a patient centered diabetes management program. Summary: To support projects that provide technology to help underserved populations and people with disabilities access information on critical health issues. We also support innovative technology that helps healthcare providers increase their efficiency, effectiveness and reach. Giving people timely access to critical healthcare information can save lives and significantly lower costs, especially for racial, ethnic and economic groups that are not receiving the health information they need. 14. MetLife Foundation Contact: profile/citizenship/metlife foundation/index.html Example Grantee: In 2011, awarded $500,000 to the Children's Health Fund to support programs aimed at providing services to low income and homeless children. Summary: To empower people to lead healthy, productive lives and strengthen communities, specifically in regards to Healthy Aging and Healthy Habits. 15. UBS Foundation USA, Hospitals Proposal Due: December 1, 2013 Contact: 1000 Harbor Blvd, 1 st floor, Tax Dept., Weehawken, NJ Example Grantee: In 2008, awarded $1,000,000 to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center for general operating costs. Summary: To support hospitals and organizations involved with arts and culture, education, cancer, housing, human services, health services, and community economic development. 6 of 8

8 16. The Hearst Foundation Contact: Example Grantee: In 2011, awarded $250,000 to Hospice Partners of the Central Coast towards the start up operations of the new Hospice Inpatient Unit. Summary: To assist leading regional hospitals, medical centers and specialized medical institutions, such as children's and women's hospitals. The Foundations fund direct medical services that promote wellness, prevention and rehabilitation. Areas of interest include cancer, geriatrics, neonatology, perinatology, pediatrics, women's health, and the disabled. 17. Daniels Fund Contact: Example Grantee: In 2008, awarded $300,000 to the United Hospital Fund of New York to support the final phase of a Naturally Occurring Retirement Community Blueprint project. Summary: To support specific programs or projects, general operating support, or capital campaigns in the areas of aging, alcohol and substance abuse, and disability services. 18. Gladys and Roland Harriman Foundation, Hospitals Contact: Barbara O Connell, Secy. 140 Broadway, 11th Fl., New York, NY Example Grantee: In 2008, awarded $500,000 to American Red Cross in Greater New York for general operating support. Summary: To support education, youth, and social service agencies, and health agencies and hospitals. 19. The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc. Contact: we fund what we dont/ Example Grantee: In 2010, awarded $60,000 to Greater Baden Medical Services for access to prescription drugs, specialty care, and diagnostic testing. Summary: To support programs and direct services (including general operating grants) and capital projects that assist financially disadvantaged individuals. 20. The Michael and Susan Dell Foundation Contact: Example Grantee: In 2011, awarded $375,000 to El Buen Samaritano to support the delivery of pediatric and adolescent healthcare services for working poor Hispanic families. Summary: To support initiatives that seek to foster active minds, healthy bodies, and a safe environment for children to thrive, including programs in children's health. 7 of 8

9 21. Patterson Foundation Contact: Example Grantee: In 2011, awarded $125,000 to America's Dentists Care Foundation for the purchase of nondental equipment for events providing free dental care. Summary: To provide resources to programs and to nonprofit organizations in the areas of oral health, animal health, and occupational and physical rehabilitation. The foundation also supports educational programs and programs for youth and for the economically disadvantaged. 22. W.K. Kellogg Foundation Contact: Example Grantee: In 2011, awarded $400,000 to Jackson Medical Mall Foundation to reduce childhood obesity and build self esteem and character in youth and their families through support of physical activity and life skills training programs. Summary: To fund programs and projects that support children, families, and communities as they strengthen and create conditions that propel children to achieve success as individuals and as contributors to the larger community and society. 8 of 8

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