Georgia Department of Community Health, State Office of Rural Health (SORH)
04/28/16 3:00 PM Receipt
Grants of $75,000 to Georgia nonprofit organizations and government agencies to improve health care in rural and underserved areas. Questions must be submitted by April 13. The purpose of this grant is to expand access, enhance cost efficiency, and improve the quality of essential health care services, including but not limited to: primary care, acute care, mental health, oral health, telehealth, emergency medical services and other areas of identified health care related community needs.
￼This funding will provide for the implementation or expansion of rural health networks through the coordination of care or education.
Eligible programs include, but are not limited to:
1) Projects based on a formal Community Health Care Needs Assessment developed with broad- based community input. Funding may be used to address identified needs documented in the assessment.
2) Projects based on training needs of community first responders (i.e. EMS, police, fire fighters, etc.) and/or emergency department personnel.
3) Projects designed to coordinate care in rural communities involving multiple agencies, providers, and sites working toward a common patient outcome goal.
4) Expansion of telehealth projects in partnership with the Georgia Partnership for Telehealth (GPT), the statewide telehealth network. (Funding is limited to $30,000 per telehealth location).
5) EMS projects focused on equipping rural EMS services with equipment that benefits the community and enhances quality health care services. (This funding cannot be used for the purchase of mandated disposable medical supplies.)
GrantWatch ID#: 153671
The grant term begins upon official execution of Grant through March 31, 2017.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Joanne Mitchell, Grants Manager
Georgia Department of Community Health
2 Peachtree Street, NW, 35th Floor
Atlanta, Georgia 30303-3159
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