The summary for the Rural Health Care Services Outreach Grant grant is detailed below.
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Rural Health Care Services Outreach Grant: The Office of Rural Health Policy's Health Care Services Outreach Program encourages the development of new and innovative health care delivery systems in rural communities that lack essential health care services. The emphasis of the grant program is on service delivery through creative strategies requiring the grantee to form a consortium with at least two additional partners. Programs funded have varied greatly and have brought care that would not otherwise have been available to a least 2 million rural citizens across the country. Through consortia of schools, churches, emergency medical service providers, local universities, private practitioners and the like, rural communities have managed to creat hospice care, bring health check-ups to children, and provide prenatal care to women in remote areas.
Rural Health Outreach and Rural Network Development Program
Current Application Deadline:
No deadline provided
Original Application Deadline:
Sep 23, 2005
Jul 14, 2005
Jul 14, 2005
Nov 07, 2005
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Applicants Eligible for this Grant
Others (see text field entitled "Additional Information on Eligibility" for clarification)
Additional Information on Eligibility
1) The applicant organization must be a public or nonprofit private entity located in a rural area or in a rural ZIP Code of an urban county (list included in application materials) and all services must be provided in a rural county or ZIP Code; or 2) The applicant organization exists exclusively to provide services to migrant and seasonal farm workers in rural areas and is supported under Section 330g of the Public Health Service Act or 3) The applicant is a Tribal government whose grant-funded activities will be conducted within their Federally-recognized Tribal area (documentation of status as a Federally-recognized Native American Tribe must be included). The entity must represent a consortium composed of members that include three or more health care providers and that may be nonprofit or for-profit entities.