Current Funding Opportunities

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Fiscal Year (FY) 2021


Funding Opportunity Announcements for National Training Centers

No National Training Center program grant opportunities are open at this time.


Funding Opportunity Announcements for the Embryo Adoption Awareness (EAA) Program

No EAA program grant opportunities are open at this time.


Funding Opportunity Announcements for the Title X Family Planning Services Program

Funding to Address Dire Need for Family Planning Services (PA-FPH-22-003)

On September 1, 2021, Texas Law SB8 went into effect and effectively bans most abortions in the state. As a result of Texas SB8, HHS expects that there will be an increased demand for emergency contraception and other Title X family planning services for clients both within and outside of Texas. The action in Texas is just one of many needs that drives an increased demand for family planning services that may exceed the current capacity of an impacted Title X provider network. At present, six states have no Title X support and an additional seven states have limited Title X capacity.

To address the demand for Title X family planning services, including emergency contraception, OPA plans to award competitive funds specifically to support public and private nonprofit entities that can demonstrate significant need for Title X family planning services to enable them to expand provision of emergency contraception and other family planning services.

Title X family planning services are services that assist in preventing or achieving pregnancy. Title X clinics must provide a broad range of acceptable and effective family planning methods and services, including: contraceptive education, counseling, and methods (includes hormonal methods; fertility awareness-based methods; barrier methods; abstinence; and/or permanent sterilization); services centered around pre-conception health and achieving pregnancy (includes infertility services; STI prevention, education, screening, and treatment; HIV testing and referral); and pregnancy diagnosis and counseling. The broad range of family planning services does not include abortion as a method of family planning. More information about the Title X statute, regulations, legislative mandates, and current grantees.

Applicants may apply under announcement number PA-FPH-22-003, “Funding to Support Increased Need for Family Planning Services as a Result of TX SB8.” Estimated Application Due Date: Monday, November 15, 2021

Fact Sheet: Funding to Support Increased Need for Family Planning Services as a Result of TX SB8
 

Family Planning Service Delivery Grants (PA-FPH-22-001)

This forecasted funding opportunity seeks applications from public and private nonprofit entities to establish and operate voluntary family planning services in communities across the United States. The funding opportunity for family planning service grants will focus on supporting national efforts to achieve health equity by implementing and expanding access to affordable, client-centered, quality family planning services, with a priority to provide services to low-income clients. Applicants under this announcement will be eligible to apply under announcement number PA-FPH-22-002, “Family Planning Telehealth Infrastructure Enhancement and Expansion Grants.” This second opportunity is optional. Submitting an application under PA-FPH-22-002 will have no effect on the scoring of an application under PA-FPH-22-001.

The forecast is available on Grants.gov. Estimated Application Due Date: Saturday, January 15, 2022

Family Planning Telehealth Infrastructure Enhancement and Expansion Grants (PA-FPH-22-002)

The global COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the use of telehealth as a modality for quality service delivery in healthcare safety-net settings. Within the Title X program, many Title X service delivery grantees, subrecipients, and service sites pivoted quickly to provide a wide array of family planning services using telehealth delivery modes. Feedback received from clients, providers, and grantees indicated that telehealth is a viable key modality for service delivery of some Title X services, and that using telehealth may serve as a tool to mitigate access barriers to quality family planning services for clients, especially for vulnerable and hard-to-reach populations. 

This forecasted funding opportunity will be open only to applicants who are submitting applications to PA-FPH-22-001 “Title X family Planning Service Grants” to request one-time funds to expand and enhance the telehealth infrastructure and capacity of their service delivery networks. Submitting an application under PA-FPH-22-002 will have no effect on the scoring of an application under PA-FPH-22-001. 

The forecast is available on Grants.gov. Estimated Application Due Date: Saturday, January 15, 2022


Funding Opportunity Announcements for the Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Program

Teen Pregnancy Prevention Research Grants (PA-PHE-22-001)

OPA anticipates the availability of funding for Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) research projects and research-to-practice translation centers. The grants will make significant contributions to the teenage pregnancy prevention field by resulting in improved curricula development and delivery strategies, reduction of disparities among participants, and better data collection and analysis related to program effectiveness. The research grants will primarily consist of secondary data analyses or small research projects to explore new questions in teenage pregnancy prevention that improve the efficiency, effectiveness, and quality of pregnancy prevention programs for adolescents or young adults, and/or reduce disparities, by age, gender, race/ethnicity, or setting. The research-to-practice translation centers will synthesize and translate existing research into practice for health promotion and development of positive assets that will lead to adoption of healthy behaviors and ultimately help to reduce teen pregnancy. The centers are expected to evaluate or assess the research, best practices, approaches, or strategies in a priority protective factor area and make that information easily accessible to health providers, caregivers and others working with youth to prevent teen pregnancy.

The forecast is available on Grants.gov. Estimated Application Due Date: Friday, April 15, 2022


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