Grants, Funding, and Fellowships
- A Road Map to Technology
Grants For Rural Communities [343kb]
A guide to Federal funding sources for technology and information access enhancement, including health care programs.
American Indian/Alaska Native Elders
Federal grants to tribal and native organizations to provide supportive and nutritional services for American Indian and Alaska Native elders.
- Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Supports preventive approaches and collaborative projects in areas of global health, education, information access and Pacific
Northwest community enhancement.
- Heritage Preservation Services
Funding under the Tribal Preservation Program helps American Indian and Alaska Natives preserve and protect their resources, traditions
and community preservation programs.
- HRSA HIV-AIDS Bureau
Grants to public and private nonprofit organizations to provide health care services for people infected with HIV-AIDS.
- Institute of Museum and Library Services
The IMLS Native American Library Services program offers grants to tribes, villages or corporations for ongoing services or to improve or
implement new services in established libraries.
- Local Technical Assistance Program
The LTAP Tribal Technical Assistance Program (TTAP) helps tribal communities train and develop the workforce to manage and maintain
- National Library of Medicine
Listing of research grants, information on proposal writing and databases listing other funding sources in the area of health care information
and systems management.
- National Medical Fellowships
Fellowships, scholarships and other awards to assist the development of minority physicians, educators, researchers, policymakers and health
Utilities Service Telecom Program Initiatives
Grants and Loan-Grants available under Distance Learning and Telemedicine Program (DLT) to enhance learning and health care opportunities
for rural residents.
- Washington Health Foundation
The Rural Health Viability Grant Program seeks to preserve access to local health services in rural areas by offering short-term assistance
to vulnerable providers.