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AFSP Pilot Innovation Grants

AFSP Pilot Innovation Grants

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention  (AFSP) is accepting submissions for its Pilot Innovation Grants program, which will award grants to researchers at any level for up to $50,000 annually over the course of two years in order to give seed money for innovative initiatives that could eventually result in more extensive investigations. In contrast to hypothesis-driven research, feasibility studies are frequently required as part of these awards. Examples include the creation of new biomarkers and manual development.

AFSP Pilot Innovation Grants Priority fields for research funds in 2020–2022 include:

Diversity: Suicide prevention research related to underrepresented communities, health and mental health disparities and inequities, and researchers from underrepresented backgrounds proposing research focused on understanding and preventing suicide.

Evaluation of Technological Tools for Suicide Prevention: The application of implementation science methodology to evaluate available technological tools to expand access and overcome barriers to suicide prevention.

Survivors of Suicide Loss: Research related to survivors of suicide loss, understanding the impact of suicide loss and its after-effects, and the healing process.

Grant applications are not accepted by for-profit organizations or federal or state government agencies. Applications from the Veterans Administration are eligible.

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