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Sustainability and Financing

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

This Web site is a database of federal grants opportunities. The site includes announcements of new grant opportunities, information for applicants, and online help.

Sustaining Child Survival: Many roads to choose, but do we have a map?

Child Survival Technical Support Project

This report describes the results of a qualitative research effort aimed at improving the approach to planning and evaluating sustainability in projects targeting child mortality in the poorest reg

Creating a Workforce in Early Childhood Mental Health: Defining the Competent Specialist

Herr Research Center for Children and Social Policy at Erikson Institute

In order to guide the field and establish common benchmarks for quality, this document defines topics of knowledge

Strategies for Capacity?Building Activities

Corporation for National & Community Service

This guide details four strategies related to capacity building and sustainability, including: recruitment and management of volunteers; partnerships; marketing and promotion; and increase and dive

Bright Futures in Practice: Mental Health

Georgetown University

The information and resources (through their Web portal) in this guide provide primary care health professionals with the tools needed to promote mental health in children, adolescents, and their families,

Keeping It All Together: Ideas For Sustaining Your Initiative

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Mental Health Services

This guide describes the commitment of partners as a key to the sustainability of a project.

Communicating Evaluation Results for Sustainability

New Grantee Evaluation Meeting 2009
January 29, 2009 - 4:00pm - 5:15pm

The Art of Selling

Edgewood Center for Children/Families
Oakland, California

Robin Acker, project director of San Francisco's Edgewood Center for Children/Families, may be a social worker by profession but she got valuable, though radically different skills from her used-ca

Expanding Your Program's Reach by Engaging Policymakers and Partnering with Community Resources

The Violence Intervention and Prevention Project (VIP), a program of L.U.K. Crisis Center, Inc.
Worcester, Massachusetts

Like many grantees, April Thomas, project director of the LUK, Inc., Violence Intervention and Prevention Project (VIP), is facing the harsh realities of state budget cuts.

Collaborating for Impact

Liza Andrew-Miller; David White; Graham Harriman
Multnomah and Washington Counties, Oregon

There's no telling what can be accomplished when grantees band together in their community.