The Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) at the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is pleased to announce three open funding opportunities focused on improving maternal health outcomes. Tribes and Tribal organizations are eligible to apply to these opportunities. You can find more details at grants.gov and on our webpage, as well as summary information below.
Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health (AIM) Capacity (closes May 9)
The purpose is to support state and regional capacity to implement AIM patient safety bundles and expand the reach, depth, and quality of AIM implementation throughout the United States.
AIM Technical Assistance (TA) Center (closes May 9)
The purpose of this program is to expand implementation and reach of AIM program activities by funding the AIM TA Center to support all 50 states, D.C., jurisdictions, U.S. territories, tribal communities, and birthing facilities that are participating in the AIM program.
Integrated Maternal Health Services (IMHS) (closes May 24)
The purpose of the IMHS initiative is to improve maternal health outcomes in the U.S. by increasing access to quality, equitable, comprehensive care for pregnant and postpartum people.
Last modified: April 21, 2023