CEDIK, the Community and Economic Development Initiative of Kentucky, which resides in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment, and the Kentucky Office of Rural Health and the Kentucky Hospital Association anticipate funding three or four planning grants. The maximum planning grant will be $5,000. In addition, the organizations will support one to three implementation grants in future years, if funding permits.
Proposals will be accepted from rural health coalitions that include a rural hospital of fewer than 50 staffed beds. In addition to the hospital, coalitions must include at least two additional partners, such as the public health department, medical or dental care providers, the school system, public safety agencies, local government, nonprofit organizations or the business sector.
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