Our grant support services focus on helping clients as they develop grant proposals and documenting results. We’ve written a number of successful grant applications to agencies including the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, Indian Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, Center for State and Territorial Epidemiologists, National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, the Indian Health Service, and more. These grants have resulted in more than $45 million dollars in grant funding for communities address community-identified health disparities.
Our services range from facilitating the grant application process through planning activities and discussions among partners, to reviewing, writing and/or editing sections of the proposal itself. We strive to work closely with our clients to develop proposals that reflect their needs and what the community views as most important to them.
Grant Application Review
The AKA team provides a thorough examination of draft proposals needing review before submission. With AKA’s extensive shared experience in writing successful proposals to an array of funding agencies, the review process is comprehensive and timely.
The AKA team manages and administers client’s awards by remaining compliant through varying federal reporting systems on a quarterly, bi-annual, annual, and ongoing reporting requirements.
The AKA team trains local communities on grant administration through the use of templates, one-on-one trainings, and resource sharing.
The AKA team consists of highly trained individuals qualified to coordinate all aspects of grant awards on behalf of the recipient through administration, budgeting, and planning.
The AKA team monitors all special conditions, deadlines, and requirements of received awards on behalf of the grantee through calendar reminders, regular communications, and support.
The AKA team helps community programs develop sustainability plans to build capacity and maintain partnerships after funding ends.