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5. Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) – Department of Education (DOE)
This Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE) funding opportunity is a discretionary grant that provides funding for academic and related support services to eligible low-income students. This grant helps them to obtain a secondary school diploma and to prepare for and succeed in postsecondary education.
4. Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program (HVRP), Incarcerated Veterans Transition Program (IVTP) and the Homeless Female Veterans’ and Homeless Veterans’ with Families Program (HFVVWF) – Department of Labor (DOL)
This Veterans Employment and Training Service funding opportunity makes approximately $12 million in grant funds available.
These programs provide job training, counseling, placement, and related services to expedite the reintegration of homeless and incarcerated veterans (eligible veterans) into the labor force.
YouthBuild is a community-based alternative education program for youth between the ages of 16 and 24 who are high school dropouts, adjudicated youth, youth aging out of foster care, youth with disabilities, homeless youth, and other disconnected youth populations.
The YouthBuild model balances project-based academic learning and occupational skills training to prepare disadvantaged youth for career placement.
2. Evidence-Based Falls Prevention Programs Financed Solely by 2017 Prevention and Health Funds (PPHF-2017) – Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
The Administration for Community Living (ACL) forecasts the possible availability of Fiscal Year (FY) 2017 funds to make three-year grants to approximately 6-8 entities to bring to scale and sustain evidence-based falls prevention programs that will reduce the number of falls, fear of falling, and fall-related injuries in older adults and adults with disabilities.
1. Empowering Older Adults and Adults with Disabilities through Chronic Disease Self-Management Education Programs Financed Solely by 2017 Prevention and Public Health Funds (PPHF-2017) – HHS
Similar to the above opportunity, this ACL funding is to empower older adults and adults with disabilities to better manage their chronic conditions. The primary goal is to significantly increase the number of older adults and adults with disabilities who participate in evidence-based self-management programs to empower them to better manage their chronic conditions.
The second goal is to implement innovative funding arrangements (e.g. contracts with integrated health care systems) to support the programs beyond the grant period, while embedding the programs into an integrated, sustainable evidence-based prevention program network.