Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) - Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - HIV/AIDS Bureau, Division of Policy and Data
02/23/22 11:59 PM ET
Cooperative agreement to a USA nonprofit organization, hospital, government entity, IHE, or tribe to address housing concerns for vulnerable groups diagnosed with HIV. Applicants are required to submit a letter of intent and finalize required registrations prior to submitting a full application. The purpose of this funding announcement is to support a single organization that will serve as the ITAP to provide technical assistance to up to 10 implementation sites.
The SURE Housing initiative has two separate yet coordinated recipients: the Implementation and Technical Assistance Provider (ITAP) funded under this announcement (HRSA-22-031); and an Evaluation Provider (EP) funded under a different announcement (HRSA-22-032). Both the ITAP and the EP must coordinate activities and share information and data in the design, implementation, evaluation, communication, and dissemination of this initiative. The success of this initiative is dependent on the collective success of the individual components, with the ultimate goal of communicating and disseminating replication tools to the broader RWHAP, HIV, and housing communities.
The purpose of this funding announcement (HRSA-22-031) is to support a single organization that will serve as the ITAP to provide technical assistance to up to 10 sites (“implementation sites”) implementing and adapting housing-related evidence-based interventions, evidence-informed interventions, and emerging strategies (collectively, “intervention strategies”) for the following three key populations of people with HIV experiencing unstable housing:
The ITAP will select and fund implementation sites under individual subawards; provide implementation-related technical assistance to the sites; and develop a communication plan and replication tools for widespread adoption of these housing-related intervention strategies for these three key populations of people with HIV experiencing unstable housing. The EP, funded under the companion announcement (HRSA-22-032), will develop and implement a multi-site evaluation of these intervention strategies and provide evaluation-related technical assistance using an implementation science framework. The ITAP will support the EP and implementation sites in carrying out the multi-site evaluation.
The ITAP will identify potential intervention strategies that can be adapted for the key populations identified, using criteria that assess feasibility, adaptability, and effectiveness. The ITAP will also develop and quickly release an application process to select and fund the implementation sites under individual subawards (up to $250,000/site per year); provide TA to the sites in implementing and adapting these interventions; and develop replication tools for widespread adoption of these intervention strategies for the above three key populations of people with HIV experiencing unstable housing.
GrantWatch ID#: 200037
Expected Number of Awards: 1
Period of Performance: August 1, 2022 through July 31, 2026 (4 years)
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Send the letter of intent to apply via email:
HRSA Digital Services Operation (DSO)
Use the HRSA opportunity number as email subject (HRSA-22-031)
Direct questions to:
Adan Cajina, MSOR
Phone: (301) 443-3180
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