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The Office of Minority Health partners with communities and organizations in the public and private sectors to offer financial assistance in support of efforts to eliminate health disparities among racial and ethnic minority populations. These entities include state offices of minority health, multicultural health and health equity; community and faith-based organizations, institutions of higher education; tribes and tribal organizations; and other scientific and research organizations dedicated to improving the health of these targeted groups.
For a free, customized search for funding opportunities appropriate to your organization, contact the Office of Minority Health Resource Center.
For the latest funding opportunities from a variety of sources, subscribe to FYI Weekly Health Resources.
The Division of Program Operations (DPO) is responsible for leading programmatic activity for the Office of Minority Health. DPO develops, implements
and monitors health programs and activities that are designed to help eliminate health disparities. DPO administers federal grants and cooperative
agreements on behalf of OMH that support public and private community-based practices and innovative program models that address health disparities through
improvements in public awareness, education, prevention and service delivery to minority communities.
Examples of current and prior programs and initiatives that have been funded and facilitated through DPO include:
Our Performance Improvement and Management System (PIMS) helps managers, staff, grantees, partners and other stakeholders improve the quality of planning, implementation and evaluation of grant programs.
Evaluation Planning Guidelines for Grantees
Grantee Best Practices
NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts
FedBizOpps - Federal Business Opportunities
Capacity Building Services
Common Grant Application Forms
The Foundation Center