2011 F2F HIC Grantee Meeting
The 2011 F2F HIC Grantee Meeting, held in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, February 13, 2011, brought together representatives from F2F HICs in every state, NCFPP staff/consultants, MCHB Project Officers, and other meeting presenters. Group discussions facilitated by F2F staff focused on fundamental and advanced topics in F2F grant management and organizational capacity were facilitated by F2F staff, providing wonderful opportunities for F2F’s to share successful strategies and address challenges. Structured meeting presentations included sessions on cultural competence, health literacy, partnering with community health centers. HRSA staff addressed questions and facilitated a session on financial integrity. NCFPP staff/consultants provided information and technical assistance through formal presentations and special one-to-one sessions. Overall, this meeting provided many helpful opportunities for grantees to network with one another. To learn more about the proceedings of this meeting, download the following resources:
- Family-to-Family Health Information Center Grantee Meeting: Sharing Activities, Ideas, and Resources.
This 80 page booklet includes meeting agenda, participant list, highlighted activities from each F2F, and links/information from MCHB National Centers and other key partners.
- A Federal Overview of Civil Rights Compliance for Grantees: Working together to improve ACCESS.
This 40-slide presentation from Maria White, Senior Civil Rights Analyst (HRSA), provides an overview of
- Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964,
- Executive Order 13166 a guidance document that enables participants to have meaningful access to federal funded and conducted programs,
- Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973,
- Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and
- Resources that addresses health literacy, cultural competency, limited English proficiency and how to file a complaint.
- Financial Integrity: Responsibilities of an F2F
This 17-slide powerpoint from Sherry D. Angwafo, Acting Director Division of Financial Integrity (HRSA) describes the financial responsibilities of a HRSA grantee.