Minority Health Grants

The Minority Health Grant Program is targeted to racial/ethnic minority community-based organizations and tribes in Wisconsin. The purpose of the community grants is to support the work of organizations serving communities of color, especially those organizations that are located in areas where health disparities are high. The type of work funded will aim to eliminate health disparities to achieve health equity, and improve health across the lifespan (the two crosscutting goals of the Healthiest Wisconsin 2020 plan).

2016 Minority Health Community Grants

2013-2015 Minority Health Community Grants

2012 - 2013 Minority Health Community Grants

2011 Minority Health Mini-grants

2010 Minority Health Mini-grants

2009 Minority Health Mini-grants

2008 Minority Health Mini-grants

2007 Minority Health Mini-grants

2006 Minority Health Mini-grants

Technical assistance with grant writing is available in three modules as Web presentations. To view these modules in the DHS Webcast library, follow these steps:

  1. On the Internet, go to http://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/.

  2. Select "About DHS" in the blue menu at the top of the page.

  3. In the drop-down list, select "Libraries."

  4. Scroll down and select "DHS Webcasts."

  5. Select "View the catalog of our webcasts."

  6. On the left, select "Division of Public Health."

  7. In the search box, type "mini-grant applications" then press the "Enter" key on your keyboard.

  8. The three modules (from June, 2007) will appear. Select each one to view.

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Last Revised: September 4, 2015