The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services Aging and Disability Services Division is involved in the Dementia Friendly America Initiative. The agency is encouraging dementia friendly community, social, and healthcare services statewide and periodically offers funding to community initiatives and facilities offering care to Nevadans living with dementia.
Current Funding Opportunities
There is currently one Request for Proposal (RFP) open. This funding opportunity for approximately $40,000 is available to 3 Nevada communities that meet the listed qualifications. The purpose of this opportunity is to engage communities in open dialogue about Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, foster collaboration to create a dementia friendly and inclusive community using the Dementia Friendly America model, and to expand the reach of the Nevada Dementia Supports Toolbox. Please refer to the Request for Proposal for more detailed information.
This RFP closes on Monday, February 12th, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.
Past Funding Opportunities
Dementia Friendly Nevada Initiative
The statewide Dementia Friendly Nevada initiative requested proposals to launch seven (7) community action groups funded through a federal grant that was recently awarded to the Nevada Aging Disability Services Division (ADSD).
For More Information…
Please check out ADSD’s Grant Opportunities website periodically for more announcements, requests for proposals, and other opportunities to have your project funded by the State of Nevada. ADSD provides funding not only for dementia-specific projects, but also for projects involving Nevada seniors, disabled individuals, and their ongoing health and social services needs.