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  Healthy Tomorrows Partnership for Children Program

HTPCP is a competitive grant program that awards funds to innovative, community-based projects to improve access to health care and promote preventive health services. To learn more, view our fact sheet or visit Program Overview.

Healthy Tomorrows Partnership for Children Grant - Deadline is August 2, 2016
  - Technical Assistance webinar recording
Addressing the bigger picture: Adverse childhood experiences
Nationally Recognized Pediatric Health Experts Conduct Congressional Briefing on Prevention of Behavioral Health Problems
Online Training: Promoting Positive Pathways to Adulthood
Place-Based Interventions Address Health Disparities in Communities
A cross-sectional study of parental awareness of and reasons for lack of health insurance among minority children, and the impact on health, access to care, and unmet needs
Webinar: Secondary Use of Electronic Health Data for Child Health Research: Opportunities and Challenges



87% of all Healthy Tomorrows projects were fully or partially sustained five or more years after federal funding ended. Take a look at our infographic!
To help support community-based programs in planning for sustainability, Healthy Tomorrows has released four tip sheets.
Healthy Tomorrows: Past, Present and Future video highlights the work of the HTPC Program, collaborative partnerships, family involvement, evaluation, cultural competence, and sustainability.
End Games: The Challenge of Sustainability report discusses what funders and grantees think about sustainability of their community-based initiatives intended to improve conditions and outcomes for children and families.
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