Native Hawaiian Health Care

The Native Hawaiian Health Care Improvement Act (NHHCIA), as amended (42 USC Sec.

11705 and 11706), states that "it is the policy of the United States in fulfillment of its special responsibilities and legal obligations to the indigenous people of Hawaii ...

to 1) raise the health status

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of Native Hawaiians to the highest possible health level; and 2) proivde existing Native Hawaiian health care programs with all necessary to effectuate this policy" (see 42USC Sec.

11702(a)).

The NHHCIA authorizes funding opportunities for the following related activities:
1)Service grant to Papa Ola Lokahi (POL) for the activities described in the NHHCIA, including the coordination of the health care programs and services provided to Native Hawaiians; and/or 2) Service grants to the five recognized community-based Native Hawaiian Health Care Systems to provide a full range of services identified by the legislation and tailored to fit the needs of their respective island communities.

Related Programs

Native Hawaiian Health Systems

Department of Health and Human Services



Relevant Nonprofit Program Categories





Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
https://grants.hrsa.gov/webExternal/SFO.asp?ID=06051ACC-67CB-4597-BC7F-50B8450E5AD5

Additional Information of Eligibility:
An application will be considered eligible if it meets all of the specific eligibility requirements.

Applications that do not meet all of the following eligibility requirements will be returned to the applicant, which may lead to a delay in funding.

To be eligible for funding, an applicant must be one of the following six organizations: • Ho’ola Lahui Hawaii • Hui Malama Ola Na Oiwi • Hui No Ke Ola Pono • Ke Ola Mamo • Na Pu’uwai • POL – for activities described in 42 USC §§ 11704 and 11706.

An application will be considered eligible if it meets all of the specific eligibility requirements.

Applications that do not meet all of the following eligibility requirements will be returned to the applicant, which may lead to a delay in funding.

To be eligible for funding, an applicant must be one of the following six organizations: • Ho’ola Lahui Hawaii • Hui Malama Ola Na Oiwi • Hui No Ke Ola Pono • Ke Ola Mamo • Na Pu’uwai • POL – for activities described in 42 USC §§ 11704 and 11706.



Full Opportunity Web Address:
https://grants.hrsa.gov/webExternal/SFO.asp?ID=06051ACC-67CB-4597-BC7F-50B8450E5AD5

Contact:
CallCenter@HRSA.GOVCallCenter@HRSA.GOV

Agency Email Description:
Contact HRSA Call Center at 877-Go4-HRSA (877-464-4772);301-998-7373 or email

Agency Email:
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Date Posted:
2009-03-31

Application Due Date:
2009-05-01

Archive Date:
2009-07-26



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