The summary for the SPNS Oral Health Initiative Federal Grant is detailed below.
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This funding initiative will support organizations using innovative models of care to provide oral health care to HIV-positive, underserved populations. Applications must include plans for reaching underserved populations in their local communities where other dental services do not exist. Examples of innovative models may include using mobile units to provide care; partnering with local community providers to provide services; or co-location of dental services with other services. Applicants must also include plans for disseminating their models and findings locally to planning councils and nationally to wider Ryan White Care Act and other audiences working with HIV-positive individuals. Applications will need to incorporate a local program evaluation plan. An Evaluation and Technical Assistance Center will be provided under this initiative to assist funded projects in evaluating their models locally as well as in a multi-site study.
Applicants Eligible for this Grant
Others (see text field entitled "Additional Information on Eligibility" for clarification)
Additional Information on Eligibility
Demonstration sites: Public and non-profit private entities, including faith-based and community-based organizations with experience in delivering oral health services to HIV-positive, underserved individuals. Evaluation and Technical Assistance Center site: Public and non-profit private entities, including faith-based and community-based organizations with experience with HIV and/or oral health as well as experience providing technical assistance and evaluation support to organizations.