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Supplement NOFO-TA Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Edna Acosta Perez
34:09
Good Afternoon . Dr. Edna Acosta Perez. Comienzo Saludable” Healthy Start in Puerto Rico
Lisa Bain (she/her), Healthy Start San Diego
47:17
Is there any hope of deadlines being extended given we have our Performance Report also due in June, and another funding opportunity forecasted to be released? Also, the projected end date is March 31, 2022, which is less than 1 year to complete all activities. It feels very rushed, when we would love to do a great job both with the submission and actual work.
Kristen A--Healthy Babies
48:43
I am also wondering what are the benchmarks--activities or how much are we expected to accomplish with less than a year of funding?
Peggy
52:06
Can you share what is the thinking behind creating an action plan with no availability of funding to implement the plan?
Lisa Haefele (Alameda County, CA; she)
52:18
Are slides being sent out later? Apologies, I missed the start.
Mary-Powel Thomas
56:27
Is there a possibility that a future NOFO may be issued with funding to carry out the action plan that is developed?
Nicole Morris (She/Hers)
57:01
^This is my question as well, will future funding be available to implement the developed action plan?
Edna Acosta Perez
58:22
Are there going to be opportunities for Hispanic-Black and other Hispanic minorities. This NOFO exclude our program located in Puerto Rico were 99% of participants are hispanic, of which 12%are black and 45% are multirace.
Vanessa Lee
01:03:04
See p.7 of NOFO for process measures related to this supplement as well.
Peggy
01:04:12
Developing a plan with no set amount of funding to implement the plan will be very difficult - e.g., we might say one step is to provide reparations, or safe housing, or livable wage employment for at a cost of $10 million which of course are unrealistic but needed steps.
Vanessa Lee
01:05:31
The webinar recording and slides will be posted on the MCHB website:https://mchb.hrsa.gov/fundingopportunities/default.aspx
Peggy
01:05:51
To report number of partners, e.g., state-level, do we report (Dept. of Health & Human Services" as one partner, or do we report that 12 DHHS staff are partnering?
Edna Acosta Perez
01:06:43
Thanks
Kristen A--Healthy Babies
01:06:47
what does it mean when info is suppressed in regards to imr by county? I ask because my county area is suppressed for American Indian and Alaska Natives. Also, where would we look for this local-level data?
Belinda Pettiford
01:12:10
If your service area is primarily rural and covers several counties, can you focus this work on 1-2 counties?
Belinda Pettiford
01:12:58
Instead of all of them?
Chi-Chi Obianwu
01:13:39
What kind of programming would HS like to see
Chi-Chi Obianwu
01:13:49
For a grant funding like this?
Mary-Powel Thomas
01:14:50
Related to counties: If you serve only a small part of the county, that means your CAN is focused there--which will make it hard to come up with a systemic plan for the whole county. How should we address that?
Chi-Chi Obianwu
01:17:12
The was a recent CAN cohort with HS do you have recordings of those meetings?
Chi-Chi Obianwu
01:17:45
To get ideas of what is currently going on in the CAN’s throughout the country?
Kenn Harris
01:19:01
The CAN Cohorts recordings are available on the EPIC website! Thanks, Vanessa.
Kenn Harris
01:19:17
You’re welcome!
Kristen A--Healthy Babies
01:20:01
Thank you for this great session