Healthy Tomorrows is a federal grant, administered through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Applications are accepted through Grants.gov during specified grant cycles. This grant opportunity is currently open until October 12, 2022.
Developing a successful Healthy Tomorrows grant proposal requires time and planning. The Proposal Development Guide will assist you in planning for your Healthy Tomorrows project and help you consider the various components of the application including community assessment, establishing community partnerships, developing an evaluation plan, and putting together a budget.
Additional grant technical assistance resources can be found on the HRSA Apply For A Grant webpage, designed to assist potential applicants in producing successful grant applications.
How Grantees Are Selected
Grant recipients are selected by official Maternal and Child Health Bureau grant reviewers from a variety of geographic areas and backgrounds including pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, nursing, health policy, educational psychology, social work, and public health. Applications are evaluated and scored using published evaluation criteria. Unfunded applicants will receive a summary of the application's strengths and weaknesses.
The Healthy Tomorrows Partnership for Children program is funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), a Federal agency. HRSA does not engage in advocacy on behalf of its grantees. It supports community health and advocacy efforts of grantees on behalf of the children, families, and communities they serve.
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