North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) - Division of Public Health (DPH) - Chronic Disease and Injury Section - Injury and Violence Prevention Branch (IVPB)
09/13/21 5:00 PM
Contracts for services to North Carolina nonprofit organizations and government agencies to address gender-based violence. Applicants are advised that required registrations may take several weeks to finalize. Funding is intended for community and societal programs to reduce risk factors and increase protective factors for sexual violence perpetration, with the intended long-term impact of reducing the incidence of rape and sexual violence in the state.
The goal of the NC RPE program is to reduce risk factors and increase protective factors for sexual violence perpetration, with the intended long-term impact of reducing the incidence of rape and sexual violence in the state. The means to achieve this goal include providing a broad array of primary prevention strategies that address multiple avenues of influence on behavior. This RFA’s objectives in support of this goal are to:
The NC RPE Program is committed to promoting health equity in North Carolina. Health equity is when all people, regardless of their identities or circumstances, have full, fair, and just opportunity to attain their highest level of health. Building toward health equity requires working to end health disparities, or preventable differences in health outcomes. To achieve health equity, the root causes of health disparities, such as poverty, racism, sexism, and ableism must be addressed.
Applicants must use a minimum of either 35% or 75% of their budgeted staff time to work on community or societal level strategies, depending on the funding Category they select. The remainder of staff time may be spent on individual/relationship level strategies.
Funding priorities can be found at https://www.injuryfreenc.ncdhhs.gov/library/rfa/A386/RFA-A386-Fixed%20Appendix.pdf#page=15.
Allowable Strategies and Activities can be found at https://www.injuryfreenc.ncdhhs.gov/library/rfa/A386/RFA-A386-Fixed%20Appendix.pdf#page=19.
Deliverables can be found at https://www.injuryfreenc.ncdhhs.gov/library/rfa/A386/RFA-A386-Fixed%20Appendix.pdf#page=22.
GrantWatch ID#: 147863
. It is anticipated that up to eleven applicants will be awarded through this application, including up to five Category B applicants.
Applicants may request up to $210,000 for the entire project period if applying for Category A funding, or up to $261,000 for the entire project period if applying for Category B funding
This funding is anticipated to be available for 36 months from February 1, 2022 to January 31, 2025.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit applications and direct inquiries concerning this RFA to:
RFA # A386
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