University of Southern California


The Center at Sierra Health Foundation – Asthma Mitigation Project

Slots:                                                     1

Internal Deadline:                          First-come, first-served due to fast-approaching deadline.

LOI:                                                        N/A

External Deadline:                          April 28, 2020 (Note: If you are unable to meet the April 28th deadline due to the COVID-19 outbreak, please contact us at to explain your situation and the length of extension you would like to request. We will consider extensions on a case-by-case basis.)

Award Information:                        Type: Grant

Estimated Number of Awards: The number of awards made will be based on applications received. There is up to $12 million in funding to award under this opportunity.

Anticipated Amount: Grant funding will be up to $500,000 for three years for organizations meeting the project eligibility criteria.

Submission Process:                     PIs must submit their application as a Limited Submission through the Office of Research Application Portal:

Materials to submit:

Link to Award:                          RFP Link:

Who May Serve as PI:                   

*No specific requirements for the PI, but applicant organization must: Have relationships with Medi-Cal populations and have good working relationships with managed care organizations and Medi-Cal providers or a willingness to establish such relationships.*


The Asthma Preventive Services Project is funded by the California Department of Health Care Services as one-time funding to support local health departments, medical providers and community-based organizations to offer asthma home visiting services, including education and environmental trigger mitigation. Awarded funds will support environmental mitigation, education and disease-management services to individuals with poorly controlled asthma.

Activities supported by this funding opportunity must be related to environmental mitigation, education and disease-management services for individuals with poorly controlled asthma, and must be focused on the following three outcomes: 1. Improvement in asthma self-management 2. Decreased exposure to environmental triggers 3. Improved asthma outcomes.

In addition, activities should lead to: Increased capacity to serve individuals with poorly controlled asthma, increased advocacy related to prevention and treatment of asthma, and development of a network of partners to engage in asthma preventive services. This program is focused on Medi-Cal patients, particularly those children and adults with poorly controlled asthma, as well as undocumented adults who are not otherwise qualified for Medi-Cal and have poorly controlled asthma.

Visit our Institutionally Limited Submission webpage for updates and other announcements.