Health Impact Project Now Accepting Proposals for HIA Demonstration Projects

Health Impact Project Now Accepting Proposals for HIA Demonstration Projects

The Health Impact Project is currently accepting proposals from organizations across the country. The project will fund government agencies, educational institutions and nonprofit organizations at the local, state and tribal levels. Grants will be awarded on a rolling basis and will range from between $25,000 and $150,000 each. Grantees will receive training, mentoring and technical assistance from the Health Impact Project and leading HIA experts.

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