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HRSA-21-078 Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems
Health Integration Prenatal-to-Three Program (ECCS) - Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems
The purpose of this program is to build integrated maternal and early childhood systems of care that are equitable, sustainable, comprehensive, and inclusive of the health system while promoting early developmental health, family well-being, increasing family-centered access to care and engagement of the prenatal-to-3 (P–3) population.
Community Mobilization and Innovation Funds
Part of moving to a community-led model is empowering the community to take action in addressing opportunities in their own neighborhoods. This bucket of funding is reserved for residents and neighborhood organizations who want to implement solutions to promote maternal and infant vitality, provide social support and healing, and build community.
Aligned Activities for Priority Areas
This grant category is for projects that align with FLOURISH’s priorities and racial equity approach to promote policy and systems change. These priority areas were determined by the FLOURISH Community Leaders Cabinet, a body of more than 30 community members with lived experience representing high impact zip codes. Grant funding will be offered in the following priority areas: Coordinated Quality Care, Safe Sleep, and Social Determinants of Health (Housing and Transportation). Please note: The amount of funding available is best suited for shorter-term investments that enable organizations and collaborative partners to seek longer-term, sustainable funding from another source.
Capacity–Building in Racial Equity
Organizations in St. Louis are at varying levels in their understanding and application of racial equity. FLOURISH is committed to investing dollars in racial justice trainings and other initiatives that help prepare people to take on this important work. These may include FLOURISH-hosted trainings, or funding to hold racial equity trainings within your own organization.
Missouri Foundation for Health
Understanding the Impact of Medicaid Expansion on Health Equity in Missouri (Request for Applications)
This request for applications invites organizations to apply for funds to conduct research on whether and how Medicaid expansion improves health equity for Missourians.
Opportunity Fund: Next Open Call for Concept Papers: Early 2021
Through our Opportunity Fund, we’re offering the chance for forward-thinking organizations to share game-changing ideas with the hope of making them a reality. By working in collaboration, we can test projects that have the potential to reduce health inequities and build communities where everyone can reach their potential.
Missouri Children's Trust Fund
Safe Sleep/License Plate Partner Grant Program
The Missouri Children's Trust Fund (CTF) has announced availability of funding designed to support initiatives to prevent and reduce the risks of sleep-related infant deaths. CTF will host a pre-bid meeting via Zoom on Wednesday, February 3, 2021. To register for the pre-bid meeting, email firstname.lastname@example.org stating your interest. CTF will accept Letters of Intent to apply through close of business on Tuesday, February 23, 2021. Full applications will be accepted by invitation only. Invitations to submit a full application will follow the LOI review.
Currently Funded Projects
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Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health (AIM) Program
AIM works through state teams and health systems to align national, state, and hospital level quality improvement efforts to improve overall maternal health outcomes.
HRSA Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) Planning
Their purpose is to strengthen and expand the capacity of rural communities to engage high-risk populations and provide SUD/OUD prevention, treatment, and recovery services.
Cuff Kits Project
The Cuff Kit Project distributes comprehensive blood pressure cuff kits to maternal patients at high risk for or diagnosed with blood pressure-related issues, as well as to other vulnerable populations.
CDC Enhancing Reviews and Surveillance to Eliminate Maternal Mortality (ERASE MM)
A multidisciplinary committee in states and cities that perform comprehensive reviews of deaths among women within a year of the end of a pregnancy.
HRSA Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) Implementation
A multi-year initiative supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to address barriers to access in rural communities related to substance use disorder (SUD), including opioid use disorder (OUD).
HRSA Rural Maternity and Obstetrics Management Strategies (RMOMS)
The purpose of the RMOMS program is to improve access to and continuity of maternal and obstetrics care in rural communities.