Michigan Department of Community Health - Division of Family & Community Health
Grants are available to Michigan non-profit health agencies, health departments, and others to provide family planning and reproductive health services, including infertility support, cancer screenings, HIV prevention, and more to Michigan women between the ages of 15-44. Priority is given to agencies offering services to women from low-income populations. Applications must be prepared using current family planning standards and guidelines.
1. Assuring the delivery of quality family planning and related preventive health services, where evidence exists that those services should lead to improvement in the overall health of individuals, with priority for services to individuals from low-income families. This includes ensuring that grantees have the capacity to train staff throughout their Title X projects, and that project staff have received training on Title X program requirements;
2. Providing access to a broad range of acceptable and effective family planning methods and related preventive health services in accordance with Title X program requirements and nationally recognized standards of care. These services include, but are not limited to, natural family planning methods, infertility services, services for adolescents, breast and cervical cancer screening, and sexually transmitted disease (STD) and HIV prevention education, testing, and referral. The broad range of services does not include abortion as a method of family planning;
3. Assessing clients’ reproductive life plan as part of determining the need for family planning services, and providing preconception services as appropriate;
4. Addressing the comprehensive family planning and other health needs of individuals, families, and communities through outreach to hard-to-reach and/or vulnerable populations, and partnering with other community-based health and social service providers that provide needed services; and
5. Identifying specific strategies for adapting delivery of family planning and reproductive health services to a changing health care environment including addressing provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This includes, but is not limited to, increasing the capacity of Title X service sites to utilize health information technologies.
GrantWatch ID#: 137705
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Awardees will be selected for the three-year funding cycle FY 2014-15 through FY 2016-17 (with the potential to extend one or more additional cycles). The initial annual agreement will cover the Fiscal Year October 1, 2014 through September 30, 2015, Michigan Department of Community Health’s contract year. Awardees in good standing and who meet all 4 minimum requirements will maintain sub recipient status at least through September 30, 2017, depending on the availability of funds.
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