FORHP Announcements - January 18

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January 18, 2024.

What's New

New Funding for Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility Program – Apply by April 16.  The FORHP-supported program is designed to help Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs), emergency medical services, clinics, and health professional work together to increase quality of care.  Also known as Flex, the program sends funding to State Offices of Rural Health (SORHs) that in turn provide technical assistance to CAHs.  It is anticipated that a total of approximately $30 million in funding will be available for 45 awardees to support CAHs in quality improvement, quality reporting, performance improvement and benchmarking.  SORHs that receive Flex funding will also assist facilities seeking federal designation as CAHs, and establish or expand programs for rural emergency medical services in their state.  Last week, we shared a report on CAH partnerships with local health departments. It was created by the Flex Monitoring Team, a FORHP-supported consortium of researchers who evaluate the impact of the Flex program.  A live technical assistance webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, January 31, 2024, at 2:00 pm Eastern to assist applicants in preparing their applications. The webinar will be recorded.

FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) Winds Down.  In 2021, Congress established this Federal Communications Commission program to increase access to the internet through monthly discounts for service and one-time payments to purchase a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet.  Without additional funding from Congress, the program is projected to run out of money in April 2024.  Households currently enrolled in the program will receive a notice from their internet service provider about the end of the benefit.  The FCC is still accepting applications until midnight Eastern time on February 7, but enrollees must have their eligibility approved and sign up with an internet service provider before this deadline.  Households who have applied, been approved, and are receiving the monthly internet discount before February 8, 2024 will continue to receive their ACP benefit until funds run out, as long as the household remains enrolled in the program.

Resources for Medicaid/CHIP Renewals.  The online site is meant to help beneficiaries, provider organizations, and state-level Medicaid agencies better understand how individuals and families can renew coverage from Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) or find better options.  The outreach materials are tailored to reach different populations, including by state, for people in rural areas, and various racial and ethnic communities.  The site also explains key government actions taken to support Medicaid renewals and transitions, as many are losing coverage in the post-pandemic policy shift known as UnwindingSee Events below for an upcoming learning opportunity on January 24. 

CDC Details Downward Mortality Trend for Older Adults (Before COVID-19).  The report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that, pre-pandemic, death rates were decreasing for both urban and rural U.S. adults aged 65 and older.  Data from the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics show that, though death rates from 2009 to 2019 were higher in rural areas than urban areas for both men and women and for all race and Hispanic-origin groups, they declined 15 percent in rural areas over that time period.  CDC research from 2019 showed rural Americans are more likely to die from five leading causes than people living in urban areas. The research showed that rural residents are also more likely to die of preventable deaths – with higher rates of cigarette smoking, high blood pressure and obesity, higher rates of poverty, and less access to health care and health insurance. 

Call for Grant ReviewersHRSA relies on grant reviewers to select the best programs from a competitive group of applicants. Over the coming months, the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy will be competing a number of programs, including among other things: substance use disorders and opioid use disorder, rural workforce, and rural hospitals. Having reviewers with expertise in rural health greatly benefits the review process and is also an opportunity to learn about the review process itself. Reviews are typically held remotely over a period of a few days and reviewers who participate and complete their assigned duties receive an honorarium. Registration is easy and does not commit you to serving as a reviewer. Please consider lending your expertise to these important initiatives.

Ongoing: Updates to Requirements for Buprenorphine PrescribingAs announced by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration in January 2023, clinicians no longer need a federal waiver to prescribe buprenorphine for treatment of opioid use disorder.  Clinicians are still required to register with the federal Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) to prescribe controlled medications.  On June 27, the DEA began to require that registration applicants – both new and renewing – affirm they have completed a new, one-time, eight-hour training.  Exceptions for the new training requirement are practitioners who are board certified in addiction medicine or addiction psychiatry, and those who graduated from a medical, dental, physician assistant, or advanced practice nursing school in the U.S. within five years of June 27, 2023.  Watch this 11-minute video that explains the changes.  Rural Health Clinics (RHCs) still have the opportunity to apply for a $3,000 payment on behalf of each provider who trained between January 1, 2019 and December 29, 2022 (when Congress eliminated the waiver requirement).  Approximately $889,000 in program funding remains available for RHCs and will be paid on a first-come, first-served basis until funds are exhausted.  Send questions to

COVID-19 Resources

Provider Relief Fund Reporting Period 6. The Provider Relief Fund (PRF) Reporting Portal opened January 1 and will remain open until March 31, 2024 at 11:59 p.m. ET. Providers who received one or more PRF (General or Targeted) and/or American Rescue Plan Rural payments exceeding $10,000, in the aggregate, from July 1 to December 31, 2022 must report on their use of funds during Reporting Period 6 to comply with PRF Reporting Requirements. More information and resources can be found on the PRF Reporting webpage.

Learn About Long COVID & Fatiguing Illness  – Thursday, February 8 at 3:00 pm Eastern.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention fund this monthly webinar-style ECHO learning session to rapidly disseminate findings about Post-COVID Conditions (PCC) and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS). The series offers presentations by subject matter experts, examples of emerging best practices and models of care, and a facilitated Q&A. This program is intended primarily for providers who care for patients with PCC and ME/CFS but is open to all healthcare professionals and all Long COVID and ME/CFS patient-lived experience experts interested in learning more about the treatment of Long COVID and ME/CFS.

COVID-19 Home Tests Available.  Every home in the U.S. is again eligible to receive four (4) free at-home tests ordered at  Delivery is free through the U.S. Postal Service. 

Home Test to Treat is a new program funded by the National Institutes of Health focused on providing COVID-19 care and treatment for adults who are at greater risk of being affected by COVID-19.  Adults who do not currently have COVID-19 or flu may enroll and receive free tests if they are uninsured or are enrolled in Medicare, Medicaid, the Veterans Affairs health care system, or the Indian Health Services. Individuals who are currently positive for COVID-19 can enroll to receive telehealth services for COVID-19 and treatment (if prescribed) at no cost. Enrollees may also be invited to participate in a completely optional research component of the program. Informational flyers are available in English and Spanish.

Mobilizing Health Care Workforce via Telehealth. was created through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act by the Federation of State Medical Boards and HRSA’s Office for the Advancement of Telehealth. The site provides up-to-date information on emergency regulation and licensing by state as well as a provider portal to connect volunteer health care professionals to state agencies and health care entities. 

Online Resource for Licensure of Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Psychologists, and Social Workers.  The site provides up-to-date information on emergency regulation and licensing in each state.

Funding and Opportunities

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Funding: Broad Pragmatic Studies – Letters of Intent February 6. PCORI provides funding for patient-centered comparative clinical effectiveness research in the areas of addressing disparities; assessment of prevention, diagnosis, and treatment options; communication and dissemination research; and improving healthcare systems.  The nonprofit organization has a dedicated focus on rural health with several ongoing projects.  A separate opportunity, PCORI Maternal Morbidity and Mortality Topical Studies also requires Letters of Intent by February 6.

Become a Host Site for the CDC Public Health Associate Program – February 29.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)  seeks host sites – including those that serve rural communities; state, tribal, local, and territorial public health agencies; community-based organizations; and academic institutions.  Selected sites will host a CDC-funded Public Health Associate (apply by January 22) who will get hands-on experience as a foundation for their careers in public health. 

USDA Rural Health and Safety Education Competitive Grants – March 14.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) provides funding for community-based outreach education and extension programs at land-grant colleges and universities that provide individuals and families based in rural areas with information on health, wellness, and prevention. Projects should utilize telehealth, telemedicine, and distance learning strategies for education and training in rural communities related to opioid and substance misuse.

HRSA State Maternal Health Innovation – April 2. HRSA’s Maternal and Child Health Bureau seeks to reduce maternal mortality and improve access to care through enhanced surveillance and data capacity at the state level to identify innovative interventions. 

AHRQ Safety Program for Telemedicine: Improving Antibiotic Use – June 2024.  The federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) seeks participants for a free, 18-month program beginning in June 2024 to promote appropriate antibiotic use for patients seen via telemedicine.  Clinics and providers wanting to improve antibiotic prescribing will receive training and one-on-one expert coaching in diagnosis and treatment via telemedicine. 

NIH/UVA Seeking Rural Individuals to Participate in Weight Loss Study (iREACH) – Ongoing until 2027.  The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is supporting the study created by  the University of Virginia (UVA) School of Medicine.  All randomized participants will receive a six-month online group lifestyle program focused on creating healthy eating and exercise habits, as well as weekly feedback from a trained professional regarding their progress. 

Policy Updates

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Request for Public Input on Maternal Mental Health – Comment by January 31.  The Task Force on Maternal Mental Health is a federal committee led by the HHS Office of Women’s Health and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.  They are seeking public feedback on a set of questions concerning the effectiveness and limitations of prevention and treatment efforts for maternal mental health conditions and substance use disorders.  Among other questions, the Task Force seeks comment on whether underserved populations, including rural, are represented in the research and guidelines for screening and treatment.

Learning Events and Technical Assistance

White House Rural Partners Update – Thursday, January 18 at 3:00 pm Eastern.  The Office of External Engagement will provide updates on the Affordable Connectivity Program. See announcement from the Federal Communications Commission above under What’s New.  Note that the call is off-the-record and closed to press. 

Changes in Federal Regulation for Prescribing Buprenorphine – Thursday, January 18 at 1:00 pm Eastern.  Sponsored by HRSA’s Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC) this webinar will review the federal requirements for prescribing medications for opioid use disorder. 

Rural Health Research Gateway on Rural Healthy People 2030 – Monday, January 22 at 2:00 pm Eastern.  FORHP-supported researchers host a one-hour presentation on their findings from a national survey of rural stakeholders. 

Medicaid and CHIP Renewals: A Partner Education Series – Wednesday, January 24 at 12:00 pm Eastern.  The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services hosts a monthly series to provide stakeholders with information for Medicaid and CHIP renewals.  

Innovations in the Treatment of OUD in Pregnancy – Tuesday, January 23 at 12:00 pm Eastern.  This training from the nonprofit Opioid Response Network will review the evidence supporting the use of medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD) in pregnancy, with a focus on risk and benefit, as well as evidence supporting the use of long-acting injectable options for MOUD in perinatal patients.

Adopting Trauma-Informed Care in Rural Areas – Tuesday, January 24 at 2:00 pm Eastern.  The Better Care Playbook is a collaboration of national nonprofits that includes the Commonwealth Fund and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. For this hour-long session, presenters will discuss lessons learned from a 10-year initiative for Medicaid beneficiaries in rural Pennsylvania.

Application Help for SAMHSA Rural EMS Training Grant – Wednesday, January 24 at 4:00 pm Eastern.  The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) will award up to $200,000 per year for a two-year program to recruit and train Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel in rural areas with a focus on addressing substance use disorders (SUD) and co-occurring disorders (COD) of substance use and mental health. Applicants can ask questions at the ed of this technical assistance webinar and/or view a recording of the session on SAMHSA’s website. 

BPC on the Future of Remote Patient Monitoring – Thursday, January 25 at 12:00 pm Eastern.  The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) is a national nonprofit that provides research and expertise to policymakers.  For this hour-long virtual session, they will discuss emerging technologies and address questions about appropriate regulation, payment, and equitable access. 

HHS Catalytic Program for the Climate – Thursday, January 25 at 12:00 pm Eastern.  The federal Office of Climate Change and Health Equity (OCCHE) was established in 2021 to address the impact of climate change on health, an issue that has disproportionate impact on rural areas of the country.  They will hold a series of monthly sessions, January through April, to help health care organizations understand funding, tax credits, and other support provided by OCCHE’s Catalytic Program for the Climate.  A separate series for essential hospitals will begin on February 1. 

Accelerating Innovative Cervical Cancer Care - Thursday, Jan. 25 from 1:00 - 2:00pm ET. Join HRSA's Office of Women's Health (OWH) and Bureau of Primary Health Care for a webinar. Attendees will learn about learn about innovations in cervical cancer prevention and screening. This webinar is being held in observance of Cervical Health Awareness Month and will feature speakers from HRSA and the U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs. Download resources from OWH’s page for the Federal Cervical Cancer Care Collaborative. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cite lack of access to screening as a reason for higher prevalence of cervical cancer in rural areas.

Let’s talk about States Advancing All-Payer Health Equity Approaches and Development (AHEAD) – Monday, January 29 at 2:00 pm Eastern.  The FORHP-supported Rural Health Value team will identify rural-related opportunities for organizations interested in the newest state-based payment model from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, announced in November of last year

Strategies for Addressing Stigma in Rural Areas – Wednesday, January 31 at 12:00 pm Eastern.  This presentation will share results from the National Report on Rural Substance Use Disorder Stigma and Treatment Needs and discuss strategies for addressing stigma in rural areas.  The hour-long presentation is hosted by the Center on Rural Addiction at the University of Vermont, one of three FORHP-supported  Rural Centers of Excellence on Substance Use Disorders.

Identifying and Managing Recovery Pathway Bias in Peer Support – Wednesday, January 31 at 1:00 pm Eastern. With support from HRSA’s Health Centers Program (Bureau of Primary Health Care) experts will discuss strategies for bias that occurs when peer support specialists join teams providing treatment for substance use disorder. 

SAMHSA on Medicaid Coverage of Medicines for OUD – Wednesday, January 31 at 1:30 pm Eastern.  The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) will discuss the availability of, and access to, medications for treating alcohol and opioid use disorders within state Medicaid plans.  The webinar will coincide with the release of SAMHSA’s upcoming report, Medicaid Coverage of Medications to Reverse Opioid Overdose and Treat Alcohol and Opioid Use Disorders.

Resource of the Week

NCSL Database of Maternal and Child Health Legislation.  Among fourteen categories that can be searched by state, topic, keyword, and year, the resource includes legislative topics on newborn screening, women’s health, childhood obesity and nutrition, maternal and infant mortality, maternal and child mental health and the impacts of substance use on the MCH population. The database goes back to 2017 and is kept up to date by the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL).

Approaching Deadlines

CDC Public Health Associate Program – January 22

Housing Assistance Council Affordable Housing for Rural Veterans Initiative – January 22

NTIA Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program – January 23

Udall Foundation Native American Congressional Internship – January 24

Submit Nominations for Medicaid Commission – January 25

Rural Health Network Development Planning Program – January 26

USDA Supporting Community Agriculture and Local Education Systems (Project SCALES) – January 26

HHS Environmental Justice Community Innovator Challenge, Phase 1 – January 30

EPA Small Communities, Big Challenges Competition – January 31

Frontline Indigenous Partnership Ohiyesa Premedical Program – January 31

HRSA Targeted Technical Assistance for Rural Hospitals – January 31

Department of Labor YouthBuild Grants – February 1

HHS Innovation Challenge: Preventing Human Trafficking/Women and Girls – February 1

CMS Enforcement of State Medicaid Renewal Requirements – Comment by February 2

EPA Training/Technical Assistance for Safe Drinking Water in Small Public Water Systems – February 2

HRSA Nurse Faculty Loan Program – February 5

HRSA Regional AIDS Education and Training Centers – February 5

RWJF Summer Health Professions Education Program – February 5

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Funding: Broad Pragmatic Studies – Letters of Intent February 6

PCORI Maternal Morbidity and Mortality Topical Studies – Letters of Intent February 6

USDA Hispanic-Serving Institutions Education Grants Program – February 6

Indian Health Service Community Opioid Intervention Prevention Program – February 7

Department of Justice Mentor Site Initiative for Jail-Based Medication-Assisted Treatment – February 9

HRSA Rural Residency Planning and Development Program – February 12

Department of Treasury Community Development Financial Institutions – February 15

USDA Sustainable Community Projects for Children, Youth, and Families At-Risk – February 15

ARC Investments Supporting Partnerships in Recovery Ecosystems (INSPIRE) Grants for the Appalachian Region – Letters of Intent February 16

NOSORH Rural Health Grant Writing Institute – February 16

HHS Assistance for Tribal Self-Governance Negotiation – February 19

USDA Rural Utilities Service – Community Connect Grants – February 20

HRSA School-Administered Loans for Public Schools – February 21

SAMHSA Strategic Prevention Partnerships for Communities – February 21

SAMHSA Strategic Prevention Framework/Partnerships for States – February 21

CMS’ Proposed Rule Addresses Appeals Rights for Certain Changes in Patient Status – Comment by February 22

HRSA Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program – February 26

SAMHSA FentAlert Challenge: Empowering Youth for Safe Choices – February 26

Indian Health Service Scholarship Programs – February 28

USDA Produce Prescription Program – February 28

USDA Rural Business Development Grants – February 28

Become a Host Site for the CDC Public Health Associate Program – February 29

Institute of Museum and Library Sciences Native American Library Services Basic Grants – March 1

USDA Rural Health and Safety Education Competitive Grants – March 14

HRSA Physician Assistant Rural Training in Behavioral Health – March 15

CMS Advancing All-Payer Health Equity Approaches and Development (AHEAD) Model – March 18

SAMHSA Rural Emergency Medical Services Training – March 20

NIHB/CDC Strengthening Tribal Public Health Systems – March 21

HRSA Behavioral Health Integration Evidence Based Telehealth Network Program – March 22

CMS Accepting Applications for New Physician Residency Slots – March 31

HRSA State Maternal Health Innovation – April 2

HRSA Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility Program – April 16

AHRQ Safety Program for Telemedicine: Improving Antibiotic Use – June 2024

Ongoing Opportunities

HRSA Needs Rural Reviewers for Grant Applications

Economic Development Administration Public Works/Economic Assistance Program (CARES Act Funding)

Extended Public Comment Period for FCC’s COVID-19 Telehealth Program

FCC Affordable Connectivity Program for Broadband Service

National Indian Health Board Vaccination Event Funding – Ongoing while funds last

SAMHSA 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Volunteer and Job Opportunities

USDA Disaster Repair Grants for Rural Community Facilities – Ongoing while funds last

USDA Water Infrastructure Grants for 2022 Disaster Areas – Ongoing while funds last

ACF Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program

ACF Rural Community Development Program for Rural Water Systems

Addiction Policy Forum: Sites for Anti-Stigma Pilot

AgriSafe Mental Health Training for Agricultural Producers & Families

American Association of Birth Centers (AABC) Foundation - Accreditation Grants

American Heart Association Rural Health Care Outcomes Accelerator

American Indian Public Health Resource Center Technical Assistance

AmeriCorps American Connection Corps for Broadband in Rural Areas

Appalachian Community Fund Technical Assistance Grants

Appalachian Regional Commission J-1 Visa Waivers for Doctors

ASA Rural Access to Anesthesia Care Scholarship

CDC Direct Assistance to State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Health Agencies

CDC Training Pediatric Medical Providers to Recognize ACEs

CORH Targeted Technical Assistance for Rural Hospitals Program

Delta Region Community Health Systems Development Program

Delta Regional Authority Community Infrastructure Fund

Delta Doctors J-1 Visa Waiver Program

Department of Commerce: Economic Development Assistance Programs

DRA Technical Assistance for Delta Region Community Health Systems Development

EPA Drinking Water State Revolving Fund

EPA Water Infrastructure and Innovation Act Program

FEMA/SAMHSA Post-Disaster Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program

GSA Federal Surplus Property Available for Public Use

GPHC & RWJF: Rapid Cycle Research and Evaluation Grants for Cross-Sector Alignment

HRSA/SAMHSA Medications for Opioid Use Disorder Training and Mentoring

HRSA Seeking Nominations for Migrant Health Advisory

HRSA Technical Assistance for Look-Alike Initial Designation for the Health Center Program

Housing Assistance Council: Housing Loans for Low-Income Rural Communities

HUD Distressed Cities and Persistent Poverty Technical Assistance Program

HUD Hospital Mortgage Insurance Program

IHS Tribal Forensic Healthcare Training

IHS/DOD Medical Supplies and Equipment for Tribes (Project TRANSAM)

NARHC Certified Rural Health Clinic Professional Course

National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence Technical Assistance

National Indian Health Board Vaccination Event Funding

National Indigenous Women's Resource Center Technical Assistance for Domestic Violence Programs

Native Americans into  Medicine

Host Sites for National Environmental Public Health Internship

NIH Special Interest Research – Pandemic Impact on Vulnerable Children and Youth – May 2024

NIH Research to Improve Native American Health – October 2024

NIH Researching Mental Health Practices in Low-Resource Settings – September 2024

NIH Researching Social, Behavioral, and Economic Impact of COVID-19 in Underserved/Vulnerable Populations – September 2024

NIH Researching the Role of Work in Health Disparities – Various dates until September 2024

NIH Addressing the Impact of Structural Racism and Discrimination – Various dates until October 2025

NIH Researching Firearm Injury and Mortality Prevention – February 2026

NIH Research to Address Vaccine Hesitancy in Health Disparity Populations – June 2026

NIH Planning Grants for Native American Research Centers for Health (NARCH) – various dates until July 2026

NIH Research to Understand Disparities in Maternal Morbidity and Mortality – Various dates until October 2026

NIH Data Informed, Place-Based Community-Engaged Research to Advance Health Equity – January 2027

NIH/UVA Seeking Rural Individuals to Participate in Weight Loss Study (iREACH) – until 2027

NIH Project Talk Initiative Host Site Applications

Nominations for Federal Advisory Commission on HIV, Viral Hepatitis, and Sexually Transmitted Diseases

NRHA Chief Nursing Officer Certification Program for Rural Hospitals

Oweesta Native CDFI Loan Funds and Technical Assistance

Primary Care Development Corporation Community Investment Loans

Rural Community Assistance Corporation Community Facility Loans for Western States and Pacific Islands

Rural Community Assistance Corporation Environmental Infrastructure Loans for Western States

Rural Graduate Medical Education Planning and Development

Rural Grocery Transition Specialist Program

RTT Collaborative: Rural Training Track Directors University

RWJF Investigator-Initiated Research to Build a Culture of Health

RWJF Pioneering Ideas Brief Proposals

SAMHSA Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program for Communities Post-Disaster

SAMHSA Training to Provide Medication Assisted Treatment

SBA Guaranteed Loans for Small Business

Southeast Rural Community Assistance Loans

Tribal Grant Writing Training

Treasury Department Opportunity Zone Economic Development Program

United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc Tribal Health Program Support

USDA Community Facilities Program

USDA Community Food Projects Technical Assistance

USDA Drinking Water and Waste Disposal for Rural and Native Alaskan Villages

USDA Economic Impact Initiative Grants

USDA Emergency Community Water Assistance Grants

USDA Healthy Food Financing Initiative Technical Assistance

USDA Intermediary Relending Program

USDA Multifamily Housing Loan Guarantees

USDA National School Lunch Afterschool Snack Program

USDA Rural Business Development Grants

USDA Rural Business Investment Program

USDA Rural Energy Savings Program

USDA SEARCH – Special Evaluation Assistance for Rural Communities and Households (for Water/Waste Projects)

USDA Summer Food Program

USDA Technical Assistance for Healthy Food Financing Initiative

USDA Telecommunications Infrastructure Loans and Loan Guarantees

USDA Funding for Rural Water and Waste Disposal Projects

USDA Water and Waste Disposal Grants to Alleviate Health Risks on Tribal Lands and Colonias

USDOT Rural Opportunities to Use Transportation for Economic Success (R.O.U.T.E.S)

Veterans Affairs Health Professional Scholarship Program

Veterans Affairs Virtual Living Room - Using Technology to Address the Critical Healthcare Needs of Veterans in Rural Areas

Western Region Public Health Training Center – Future Leaders Program

WWAMI Area Health Education Center Scholars Program

3RNET Recruitment and Retention Assistance