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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 www2.aap.org/catch/funding.htm for more information.

To see what others are doing with their CATCH grants, visit the Community Pediatrics grants database at www2.aap.org/commpeds/grantsdatabase 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     cconklinaguilera@phoenixchildrens.com


Deepti Deshpande, MD, FAAP
deepti@peds.arizona.edu











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