Ohio Department of Health - Division of Family and Community Health Services
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Grants averaging $42,700 are available to Ohio children's and maternity hospitals with Level III newborn care services who have previously received grants to help parents with special needs infants and toddlers find the specialty care their children need and would like to continue this program. Applicants must provide hospital-based services for the families of infants and toddlers in a complete region for which they apply.
The goal of the Hospital-Based Regional Child Find Grant Program is early identification and referral of eligible families of infants and toddlers to Help Me Grow. Hospital-Based Regional Child Find Specialists (RCFS) provide families of children with specialty care needs, information and support to help them understand their child’s diagnoses, medication, therapeutic, developmental and physical care needs during hospitalization and following discharge. To achieve this goal, the RCFS organize and deliver support and educational activities for parents, members of the child’s primary care team and HMG service providers; actively work to improve communication and assure a seamless transition to early intervention services for the families and children.
The Continuation Funding Application consists of three parts: Program Progress Reports (if applicable), Program Budget and Budget Narrative, and Other Required Attachments.
GrantWatch ID#: 136504
An average of $42,700 will be available for each region. No grant award will be issued for less than $30,000.
October 1, 2013 - September 30, 2014
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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