ASHA State Association Grants for 2016
ASHA is offering grants to state associations for the 2016 calendar year. Some examples for which these grants can be used include: addressing issues such as personnel shortages, caseload/workload, and advocacy; advancing state-level grassroots projects to improve private health plan and Medicaid reimbursement; and implementing insurance coverage for audiology and speech-language pathology services as well as assistive technology devices.
If you are interested in applying for a grant, please read the procedures and guidelines prior to completing the application forms.
Note: In previous years, ASHA required a separate application for personnel or reimbursement grants. For 2016, we only have one application for all grants. In addition, only one application per state will be considered.
2016–Phase 2 Projects
We are offering 2015 grant recipients the opportunity to apply for a Phase 2 grant in 2016, which would build upon 2015 grant projects. ASHA will hold a limited number of 2016 grant slots for Phase 2 applicants; however, award of a Phase 2 grant is not guaranteed, as new applications will also be considered.
Eileen Crowe, director of state association relations