American Medical Association: Healthy Living Grant Program
The American Medical Association’s Healthy Living Grant Program supports health education programs to develop school and community-based solutions to behavioral health challenges. Required project criteria includes the following:
- Projects must focus specifically on prescription drug safety
- The project target audience must be youth or young adults between the ages of 2 to 21
- The project target audience must be an underserved or at-risk population
Amount: Not specified.
Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations or government organizations that have been in existence for at least one year. The project must involve a partnership with a medical organization. If the applicant is a medical organization, then the applicant must describe how they are collaborating with other organization(s), nonprofit and/or medical, to complete the project. The applicant must have an annual operating budget of $2 million or less (for medical organization applicants, the department/division annual operating budget is acceptable for the annual operating budget).
Medical organizations are defined as hospitals and free clinics, public health departments, medical schools and nonprofit organizations of medical students or physicians, and their affiliates (can include medical societies and their affiliate organizations, such as foundations or alliances).
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