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Professional Grant Development

Training, Workshop

Our comprehensive workshop covers the diversity of donors, key search engines, and converting ideas into fundable projects or research. After the workshop, you will understand how to navigate the world of grant procurement, identify the critical sections of successful proposals, and demonstrate the excellence and innovation that propels your project or research beyond other submissions. You will also understand the diversity of the funding community and how to respond to various guidelines.

The training addresses the overall strategic plan for writing grants, including: needs statement, mission, goals, objectives, activities, evaluation, key personnel, and budgets. Our instructors will engage you in interactive exercises, writing, lectures, and discussions to better understand how to research, write, and develop your specific project.

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Decolonizing Data: Strengthening Community Voices to Take Action for Our Missing Relatives

Our missing and murdered Native relatives have been invisible for too long, but we are taking a step to help change that. And we need your help.

Please spread the word and join our webinar with NamUs on June 5, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time. This webinar is for community members around the country to learn how to input their missing Native loved ones’ information into the NamUs database.

We are hosting this webinar so community members can take action and help strengthen the data on our missing relatives. Following the webinar, we will announce a plan of action for coordinated community data entry into NamUs.

Please join us for this webinar. Download the social media toolkit to share on your channels and the flyer to post in your community.

When: June 5, 2019
Time: 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time
Register to receive access to the webinar

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Download Flyer
Download Social Media Toolkit

Decolonizing Data: Strengthening Community Voices to Take Action for Our Missing Relatives

TEC News, Training

Our missing and murdered Native relatives have been invisible for too long, but we are taking a step to help change that. And we need your help.

Please spread the word and join our webinar with NamUs on June 5, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time. This webinar is for community members around the country to learn how to input their missing Native loved ones’ information into the NamUs database.

We are hosting this webinar so community members can take action and help strengthen the data on our missing relatives. Following the webinar, we will announce a plan of action for coordinated community data entry into NamUs.

Please join us for this webinar. Download the social media toolkit to share on your channels and the flyer to post in your community.

When: June 5, 2019
Time: 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time
Register to receive access to the webinar

Register Now
Download Flyer
Download Social Media Toolkit

Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country – Amendment and Extended Due Date

Grant Opportunities, TEC News

Due Date Extended. Current Closing Date for Applications: June 12, 2019

The Application for DP19-1903, Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country is now open. This Notice of Funding Announcement (NOFO) will fund American Indian Tribes, Alaska Native Villages, Tribally-designated Organizations, and Urban Indian Organizations to reduce rates of death and disability from commercial tobacco use, diabetes, heart disease and stroke, and reduce the prevalence of obesity and other chronic disease risk factors and conditions (e.g., oral health, dementia, COPD).

An amendment has been made to the NOFO, and the application due date has been extended to June 12, 2019.

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National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day 2019

Suicide is a serious public health problem that causes immeasurable pain, suffering, and loss to individuals, families, and communities nationwide. Everyone has a role to play in preventing suicide.

That’s why the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is making suicide prevention the focus of its National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day 2019 event. “Suicide Prevention: Strategies That Work,” will showcase evidence-based strategies that can save lives, and will connect those in need to information, services, and supports.

The SAMHSA event will include suicide prevention experts and senior government officials, along with a family member and youth who will share evidence-based practices that help save lives. The engaging format will provide an opportunity to educate state agency personnel; primary care and mental health care providers; child-serving professionals; and families, youth, and young adults across the country about the latest evidence-based practices and resources for suicide prevention.

Tune in on Monday, May 6 at 3 p.m. EDT to watch the live webcast through this link: https://www.hhs.gov/live.

Share your thoughts about the webcast event on social media using #HeroesofHope!