Introduction to Grant Writing for Health Programs and Health Networks in Native Communities

Course Summary:

Juanita “Cheryl” Green, M.A. has over 30 years’ experience writing grants for health, behavioral health, human services and education, focusing on Native American communities across the nation. In this time she has served as an administrator, team lead or primary writer in numerous Federal, State and privately funded grants She has served as a community liaison for many diverse populations, educational institutions and organizations planning behavioral health and educational programs.

Cheryl has also served as a consultant to Federal and State agencies to provide training and technical assistance on grant writing to Native American communities and educational institutions. She conducted training activities and served as a grant reviewer for the US Department of Education, the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), US Department of Health and Human Services - Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration. Ms Green has been training organizations on grant development throughout the country since the early 1970’s.

This Webinar series includes information specific to tribal agencies.

Learning Objectives:

This 3-Part Webinar series will:

  • Give an overview of the grant writing process, along with tips, tools, and resources to develop strong and competitive grant proposals for both public and private community health programs and projects. 
  • Address federal, state, and private sources of funding, tailoring your proposal and the importance of collaboration and networking.

Target Audience:  Dietitians, General Public Health Staff, Public Health

Duration:  ~ 2 hours

Continuing Education Information:  None available

Created/Updated: 2012

Author/ Presenter:  Juanita “Cheryl” Green, M.A.

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