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AAP Community Access to Child Health (CATCH™) Program

The CATCH Program is seeking grant applications for innovative community-based projects to improve access to health care services for children who are most likely to experience barriers. Eligible initiatives reach out to the community at large.

$12,000 will be awarded to pediatricians and $3,000 to pediatric residents to work collaboratively with local community partners to ensure that all children have medical homes and other needed services to reach optimal health and well-being.

Applications are accepted for Planning Grants, Implementation Grants and Resident Grants from May to July and November to January. Visit for more information.

To see what others are doing with their CATCH grants, visit the Community Pediatrics grants database at where you can search by several major categories, including health topic and AAP grant program.

Help is available: Your Chapter CATCH Facilitators are available to discuss your ideas and help with proposal development.

AZ Chapter CATCH Facilitators

Cody Conklin-Aguilera, MD, FAAP                                           District 8 CATCH Facilitator

Deepti Deshpande, MD, FAAP

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