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Injury Center Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs)

CE04-145 - Enhancing State Capacity to Address Child and Adolescent Health through Violence Prevention

Initial Fiscal Year: 2004
Program: DVP
FOA Number: CE04-145
FOA Title: Enhancing State Capacity to Address Child and Adolescent Health through Violence Prevention

Purpose

Cooperative agreement to assist state and territorial health agencies and federally recognized Indian Tribal Governments in taking a leadership role by applying public health approaches to the prevention of violence perpetrated toward or among children and adolescents so that it is raised as a public health priority within the state/territory/tribe. This request for assistance (RFA) will be divided into two phases (Planning Phase and Implementation Phase). The Planning phase provides assistance for the development of strategic plans to prevent violence perpetrated toward or among children and adolescents by focusing on the shared risk and protective factors for various forms of violence. The Implementation Phase will allow recipient’s to implement one or more strategies that address shared risk and protective factors identified in their state/territorial/tribal strategic plan to prevent violence perpetrated toward or among children and adolescents.
For the purpose of this RFA, the types of violence prevention to be addressed include: self-directed violence (youth suicide) and interpersonal violence (child maltreatment, teen dating, sexual violence, school violence, community violence and bullying). Research suggests that these forms of violence share risk and protective factors. The ecological model presented in the World Report on Violence and Health (Krug et al., 2002) identifies levels (individual, relationship, community and societal) of influence where strategies to address risk and protective factors are discussed. The planning and implementation phases of this project should address the intersection of shared risk and protective factors for these forms of violence; especially those risk reduction and protective building approaches that foster change in societal norms or environmental conditions that contribute violence. Prevention efforts for violence perpetrated toward or among children and adolescents include activities that are aimed at addressing the individual, relationship, community and societal factors of potential perpetrators bystanders and victims.

Awarded Projects

Project Title: Massachusetts Youth Violence Prevention Program
Grant Number: U17/CCU124339-02
Project Period: 9/1/2004 - 6/30/2007

Project Title: Address Child and Adolescent Health Through Violence Prevention (Rhode Island)
Grant Number: U17/CCU124343-02
Project Period: /1/2004 - 8/31/2006

Project Title: Enhancing State Capacity to Address Child and Adolescent Health Through Violence Prevention (Virginia)
Grant Number: U17/CCU324345-02
Project Period: 9/1/2004 - 8/31/2006

Project Title: Health Promotion and Chronic Disease, Injury and Violence Unit (Minnesota)
Grant Number: U17/CCU524340-02
Project Period: 9/1/2004 - 8/31/2006

Project Title: U17/CCU524341-02
Grant Number: Violence Toward, By, and Among Children and Adolescents in Michigan: A Public Health Priority
Project Period: 9/1/2004 - 8/31/2006

Project Title: Enhancing State Capacity to Address Youth Violence (New Mexico)
Grant Number: U17/CCU624342-02
Project Period: 9/1/2004 - 8/31/2007

Project Title: Iowa Prevention of Youth Violence
Grant Number: U17/CCU724344-02
Project Period: 9/1/2004 - 8/31/2007

Project Title: Enhancing State Capacity to Address Child and Adolescent Health Through Violence Prevention (Colorado)
Grant Number: U17/CCU824338-02
Project Period: 9/1/2004 - 8/31/2006


 

 
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