Three provider resiliency workforce training programs are now accepting applications
New Funding Opportunities Available!
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and HRSA announced today the availability of $103 million in American Rescue Plan funding over a three-year period to reduce burnout and promote mental health among the health and public safety workforce.
Deadline for all applications is August 30, 2021
The funding opportunities accepting applications are:
Promoting Resilience and Mental Health Among Health Professional Workforce (HRSA 22-110): Approximately 10 awards will be made totaling approximately $29 million over three years to health care organizations to support members of their workforce. This includes establishing, enhancing, or expanding evidence-informed programs or protocols to adopt, promote and implement an organizational culture of wellness that includes resilience and mental health among their employees. Visit Grants.gov to apply.
Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Training Program (HRSA 22-109): Approximately 30 awards will be made totaling approximately $68 million over three years for educational institutions and other appropriate state, local, Tribal, public or private nonprofit entities training those early in their health careers. This includes providing evidence-informed planning, development and training in health profession activities in order to reduce burnout, suicide and promote resiliency among the workforce. Visit Grants.gov to apply.
Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Technical Assistance Center (HRSA 22-111): One award will be made for approximately $6 million over three years to provide tailored training and technical assistance to HRSA's workforce resiliency programs. Visit Grants.gov to apply.