The Department of Health and Human Services will several grants aimed at supporting public or private organizations who are either looking to implement evidence-based approaches to teen pregnancy prevention, or test new approaches to adolescent health services with a particular eye toward preventing teen pregnancy.
The following types of grants are available:
- Capacity-building grants to support implementation of evidence-based prevention programs ($5 million for five awards, deadline March 31)
- Bringing evidence-based programs to scale in high-need communities ($60 million for 60 awards, deadline March 31)
- Support for early innovation to test new adolescent health approaches (Approx. $3 million for two awards, deadline April 10)
- Rigorous evaluation of those new approaches ($17 million for 42 awards, deadline March 31)
- Assistance for Expectant and Parenting Teens ($1.8 million for three awards, deadline approx. June 1)
- Teen Pregnancy Prevention research ($500,000 for two awards, deadline April 15)