Maternal Health Awardees FY19

State Maternal Health Innovation Support and Implementation Program (Supporting MHI)

HRSA awarded a single cooperative agreement for $2.6 million per year for a five-year period of performance to provide capacity building assistance to HRSA’s maternal health grantees and other stakeholders as they engage in efforts to reduce maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity via innovative and evidence-informed strategies.

Awardee Name Recipient City Recipient State Award Amount
University of North Carolina – at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill NC $2,600,000

State Maternal Health Innovation Program (State MHI)

HRSA awarded 9 cooperative agreements totaling $18,650,00 for a five-year period of performance to assist states in addressing disparities in maternal health and improving maternal health outcomes, with a particular emphasis on preventing and reducing maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity.

Awardee Name Recipient City Recipient State Award Amount
Health Services Department Phoenix AZ $2,134,389
Iowa Department of Public Health Des Moines IA $2,134,389
University of Illinois Chicago IL $1,661,056
The Johns Hopkins University Baltimore MD $2,134,389
Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Helena MT $1,925,623
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Raleigh NC $2,104,678
New Jersey Department of Health Trenton NJ $2,134,389
Ohio Department of Health Columbus OH $2,134,389
Oklahoma State Health Department Oklahoma City OK $2,134,389

Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health Community Care Initiative (AIM-CCI)

HRSA awarded a single cooperative agreement for approximately $1.8 million per year for a five year project period to support the development and implementation of non-hospital focused maternal safety bundles within community-based organizations and outpatient clinical settings across the United States.

Awardee Name Recipient City Recipient State Award Amount
National Healthy Start Association, Inc. Washington DC $1,829,785

 

Date Last Reviewed:  September 2019