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School-Age Trauma Training (SATT)

US Department of Homeland Security: Science and Technology (S&T)

Deadline: The deadline for this grant has passed

Grant amount: US $125,000 - US $1,623,317

Fields of work: Emergency Medical Care & Services School Health

Applicant type: Nonprofit

Funding uses: Project / Program

Location of project: United States

Location of residency: United States

Overview:

DHS S&T-FRG-IAS and FEMA-ICPD are seeking to address trauma training for the high school-age communities under this NOFO. School-Age Trauma Training (SATT - final name of training to be proposed by grantee and approved by FEMA) is intended to establish a long-term, self-sustaining mechanism (e.g. no further Federal funding beyond Phase III), to deliver free to the public, lifesaving trauma training to high school age students for mass casualty events. The government expects the grantee to design, develop and implement a training capability based upon the Phase tasks and to sustain the offerings beyond the Phase III funding resource provided by the government.

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This page was last reviewed August 28, 2018 and last updated August 28, 2018