Grants for comprehensive health services for children and youth: Policies and procedures
This booklet provides the policies and procedures of the Children's Bureau for grants of federal funds for the support of special projects to provide comprehensive child health services including medical care for children and adolescents particularly in areas with concentrations of low income families. This program is enabled by P.L. 89-97, the 1965 amendments to Title V of the Social Security Act. The contents discuss authorization, agencies which may receive grants, matching requirements, objectives of projects, elements of project applications, civil rights, uses of project funds, application procedures, review and approval procedures, grant administration, fiscal policies, records, reports, regulations, and a summary of required materials.
- U.S. Children's Bureau
- Washington, DC: U.S. Children's Bureau, 1965
- 27 pp.
- Child health services, Children's Bureau, Federal grants, Low income groups, and Title V programs
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- Target Audience