HRSA Funding Opportunities

Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) State/Territory Program

Applications due: November 6

The purpose of the program is to enhance the state/territory EHDI system infrastructure to improve language acquisition for deaf and hard-of-hearing (DHH) children up to age 3. Funding will support state and territory EHDI systems of services so that DHH newborns, infants, and young children up to age 3 receive appropriate and timely services, including hearing screening, diagnosis, and early intervention.

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EHDI National Network

Applications due: November 6

The purpose of the EHDI National Network, which funds 3 national centers to conduct National Network and National Center activities, is to advance EHDI systems of services nationwide so that DHH newborns, infants, and young children up to age 3 receive appropriate supports and timely services to improve language acquisition outcomes. The national centers are the Implementation and Change Center (ICC), the Family Leadership in Language and Learning Center (FL3), and the Provider Education Center (PEC).

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Health Resources and Services Administration

2023–2025 HRSA Strategy to Address Intimate Partner Violence (PDF)

Coordinated by HRSA's OWH, the Strategy outlines aims, objectives, and activities for HRSA Bureaus and Offices to encourage preventing and responding to IPV across HRSA activities.

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American Academy of PediatricsHRSA Disclaimer

School Drinking Water, Croup Symptoms, Antibody for RSV

Effectiveness of a School Drinking Water Promotion and Access Program for Overweight PreventionHRSA Disclaimer

A Pediatrics study, “Effectiveness of a School Drinking Water Promotion and Access Program for Overweight Prevention,” found that encouraging children to drink more water and increasing their access to it at school may help prevent unhealthy weight gain.

Outdoor Cold Air Versus Room Temperature Exposure for Croup Symptoms: A Randomized Controlled TrialHRSA Disclaimer

A Pediatrics study, “Outdoor Cold Air Versus Room Temperature Exposure for Croup Symptoms: A Randomized Controlled Trial,” found that using cold outdoor air can help relieve children’s croup symptoms when used alongside steroids.

CDC Approves Monoclonal Antibody to Protect Infants from RSVHRSA Disclaimer

This brief summarizes CDC approval of a new monoclonal antibody to protect infants and high-risk toddlers from RSV

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Centers for Disease Control and PreventionHRSA Disclaimer

Diagnosed Developmental Disabilities in Children Aged 3–17 Years: United States, 2019–2021HRSA Disclaimer

Timely estimates of DD are necessary to assess the adequacy of services and interventions that children with DD typically need. This CDC report provides updated prevalence estimates for diagnosed ASD, intellectual disability, and other developmental delay among children aged 3–17 years from the 2019–2021 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS).

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Training & Educational Webinars

Association of Maternal and Child Health ProgramsHRSA Disclaimer

Scale Up Your Practice, Birth Defects Surveillance Programs

Expanding Your Impact: Preparing to Scale Up Your PracticeHRSA Disclaimer

Thursday, August 24, 2023
3:00pm to 4:00pm ET

The Innovation Hub Learning Community (IHLC) hosts four webinars throughout the year on topics related to programmatic best practices for MCH professionals and advocates. The third webinar in this series will provide resources and tools to scale up your practice and expand your program’s impact.

AMCHP TA Roundtable Series: Exploring Birth Defects Surveillance Programs and Opportunities to Align with MCH Title V ActivitiesHRSA Disclaimer

Wednesday, September 6, 2023
3:00pm to 4:00pm ET

This TA Roundtable will describe how Oregon’s Birth Anomalies Surveillance System worked with agency partners to align birth anomaly surveillance information with MCH Title V efforts in promoting family health. Following the presentation, attendees will have the opportunity to connect with peers nationwide to share challenges and strategies in aligning Birth Defects Surveillance Programs with their respective Title V programs.

Policy & Partnerships Town HallHRSA Disclaimer

Thursday, September 14, 2023
2:00pm to 3:00pm ET

Join the AMCHP Government Affairs team to learn about the latest updates in federal MCH policy and to hear from our national, federal, and state partners in the AMCHP Policy and Partnership Town Hall Series! We convene the second Thursday of each month, from 2pm to 3 pm ET.

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National MCH Workforce Development CenterHRSA Disclaimer

Informational Call: 2024 Learning JourneyHRSA Disclaimer

Tuesday, September 5, 2023
3:00pm ET

National MCH Workforce Development Center is accepting Letters of Interest for the 2024 Learning Journey, designed for teams of Title V colleagues and partners seeing to address a health transformation challenge in their state. Interested Title V professionals are invited to join an optional Informational Call on September 19th at 3:00pm ET.

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Training & Educational Webinar Archives

Office of Women's Health

Cervical Cancer Prevention, Address Intimate Partner Violence

New Resources to Improve Cervical Cancer Prevention, Screening, and ManagementHRSA Disclaimer

HRSA's OWH and the NCI co-hosted a webinar to highlight two new resources to advance equitable cervical cancer prevention, screening, and management in safety-net settings.

Overview of the 2023–2025 HRSA Strategy to Address Intimate Partner ViolenceHRSA Disclaimer

Hosted by HRSA's OWH, BPHC, and HIV/AIDS Bureau, this webinar provides an overview of the 2023–2025 HRSA Strategy to Address Intimate Partner Violence.

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Association of State Public Health NutritionistsHRSA Disclaimer

Cross-Cultural Communication, Human Centered Design

Oops, I Didn’t Mean That! Relationship-Focused Language for Cross-Cultural CommunicationHRSA Disclaimer

This training discusses common challenges in culturally responsive communication and key principles to support effective cross-cultural communication.

Human Centered Design Workshop Series: Session 3 – Solution Development, Prototyping, Implementation, and EvaluationHRSA Disclaimer

The third webinar in the Human Centered Design Workshop series discussed solution development, prototyping, implementation, and evaluation.

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National Center for Education in Maternal and Child HealthHRSA Disclaimer

Collaboration Between Academic and Community-Based Organizational Partners for Health Promotion Program Development CoursesHRSA Disclaimer

MCH CELL is a collaborative workshop series supported by the MCH Navigator, the ATMCH's, and HRSA's MCHB Centers of Excellence and Public Health Catalyst Programs. MCH CELL Session 2 highlighted one example of an academic-practice partnership for a graduate Program Development in Health Promotion course. It included a description of how the partnership was formed, an overview of the program development course and the specific collaborative assignment, and lessons learned for collaboration on courses of this type.

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