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Funding Opportunity: Harm Reduction and Academic Detailing (HRAD) Pilot Projects

Oct 03, 2022 | Bailey McInnes

With support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), NACCHO is pleased to offer a funding opportunity for health departments or government, nonprofit, academic, or other organizations to develop key messages on harm reduction that can be delivered through academic detailing. Through this project, selected sites will identify a novel population that has not received academic detailing on harm reduction in their jurisdiction, develop specific key messages for this population, and pilot the key messages. The novel population should be a population of the sites’ choosing and is not limited to those within the medical profession; sites can choose to provide academic detailing on any population of their choosing (emergency room physicians, social workers, EMS, etc.).

Through this funding opportunity, NACCHO and CDC will award up to six (6) applicants, for up to $60,000 per site.

Application Submission: Please submit all applications and supporting materials using the online submission form. Please note that you will need to create a free MyNACCHO account to access the form.

For full details about the funding opportunity, please review the Request for Applications. Questions about the RFA and application process can be directed to Audrey Eisemann, Sr. Program Analyst at NACCHO ([email protected]).


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