Re-Entry Community Linkages Funding

Improving Health Outcomes for Minority and
Disadvantaged Re-Entrants

Re-Entry Community Linkages FundingThe Office of Minority Health (OMH) at the United States Department of Health and Human Services has announced the availability $2 million in grant awards toward the Re-Entry Community Linkages (RE-LINK) program for FY 2016.

The purpose of the RE-LINK program is to improve the health outcomes for minority and/or disadvantaged re-entrants, ages 18-26, in transition from jail to their communities.

Grant applications are due Thursday, April 21, 2016.

Based on the disproportionate numbers of racial and ethnic minorities among the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated populations, RE-LINK will target the communities with the greatest rates of minority and/or disadvantaged re-entrants discharged from jail to the community.

The webinar will be on Thursday, March 10 at 3 p.m. EST.

Click here to register for a Technical Assistance Webinar

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