Funding Opportunity – For Local Tribal Health Departments for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Staff Position

Funding is available for local health departments to be a national leader in advancing public health action on Alzheimer’s disease. Tribal Health Departments are eligible and encouraged to apply! Applications are due on Monday, August 2.

Under the new Healthy Brain Initiative (HBI) Road Map Strategists initiative, up to six (6) local health departments or partnering nonprofit hospitals/health systems will receive direct funding, training, and technical assistance to establish a part-time HBI Road Map Strategist.

Click here to learn more and submit an application.

Visit the Healthy Brain Initiative Road Map or the Road Map for Indian Country to learn more.

Please contact Meghan Fadel at mlfadel@alz.org or (202) 638-7535 for additional questions or one-on-one support with the application process.


Additional Information

Eligibility: As the main worksite, tribal LHDs are the priority eligible organization to serve as a Strategist host. If an interested tribal LHD does not have the capacity to administer the project but can serve as the primary worksite, a partnering nonprofit hospital/hospital system may serve as the fiscal agent and/or administrative host organization for the benefit of both organizations. Applicants must designate a specific senior or mid-career employee with public health knowledge to actively and fully participate in the Road Map Strategist initiative.

Application Instructions: For a detailed description and application instructions, follow this link.

Application Due Date and Time: August 2, 2021, at 5:00 PM ET

Notification Date: August 27, 2021

Support Provided:

  • Two-part grant totaling $48,000 (a small, flexible match is required);
  • Travel costs once in-person events are safe and feasible; and
  • Educational events, coaching, technical assistance, tools, and peer learning.

Participation Period: September 2021 through November 2022, with opportunities to remain involved afterward through an alumni program.

Contact: Meghan Fadel, Associate Director, Healthy Brain Initiative, Alzheimer’s Association

mlfadel@alz.org | (202) 638-7535