U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) - Administration for Community Living (ACL) - Administration on Aging (AoA)
12/18/19 11:59 PM EST Received or Postmarked
Grants to USA Indian tribal, nonprofit, and public organizations representing federally recognized Tribes, Native Hawaiians, and Alaskan Villages for caregiving, supportive, and nutrition services. The purpose of the program is to foster the well-being and independence of Alaskan Native, American Indian, and Native Hawaiian tribal elders and caregivers living within their communities with services consistent with locally-determined needs.
Title VI Parts A/B authorize grants to provide nutrition and supportive services. Required nutrition services include congregate meals and home-delivered meals. Other nutrition-related services could include nutrition counseling, nutrition education, sponsorship of farmer’s market programs, or distribution centers for food banks and charitable organizations. Required supportive services include information and assistance, but these funds could also provide transportation, chore services, and many other services that contribute to the well-being of elders.
Title VI Part C authorizes grants to provide caregiver support services. The program helps tribes provide locally-determined systems of support services for family caregivers.
Funding is based on the number of eligible elders age 60 and older living in the organization’s proposed service area as of April 1, 2020. For those applying for Title VI, Parts A or B funding, you have the option to also apply for Part C. However, to apply for Part C, you must apply for both Part A or B and Part C. Applications submitted for Part C only will not be reviewed.
GrantWatch ID#: 187283
Expected Number of Awards: 280
Award Ceiling: $1,505,000
Award Floor: $17,920
The ACL/AoA will accept applications for funding for a three-year project period, April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2023
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Signed applications may be submitted via:
a) Email to TitleVI.Grants@acl.hhs.gov. Include the words “2020 Title VI Application: State, Name of Tribe” in the subject line.
b) Overnight mail (FedEx, UPS, or USPS) to:
Administration for Community Living
Office of Grants Management
330 C Street SW, Suite 1136B
Washington, DC 20201
Attention: Yi-Hsin Yan
For further information/questions regarding your application, contact your regional administrator or:
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Administration for Community Living
Administration on Aging
Washington, DC 20201
Attn: Leslie Green
Telephone: (202) 868-9384, e-mail: Leslie.Green@acl.hhs.gov
93.047, Title VI, Parts A and B and 93.054, Title VI, Part C
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