Grant Opportunities

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Promoting healthy aging takes a village! Our office is proud to partner with local communities and organizations to help Rhode Islanders age strong. DYK: In 2018, we invested nearly $16 million in federal and state dollars through grants and agreements with partners across Rhode Island? Learn more about current State investments and new funding opportunities by clicking the buttons below.

Current Federal and State Grants

New Grant Solicitations

The Rhode Island Office of Healthy Aging (“OHA”) is soliciting proposals for two (2) separate grant opportunities from qualified entities for the purpose of Expanding the Public Health Workforce. 

Potential applicants are advised to review all sections of the attached documents below carefully and follow instructions completely. All applications for this GRANT OPPORTUNITY are to be submitted via email by 12:00PM (Noon) on June 17, 2022 to Aleatha Dickerson, at

The Office of Healthy Aging (OHA), in collaboration with the Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS), is leading a multi-year interagency No Wrong Door Initiative focusing on redesigning the State’s system of long-term services and support (LTSS) to improve consumer access and choice. One of the centerpieces of this initiative has been the launch of a pilot program to provide Person-Centered Options Counseling (PCOC), which is a new form of decision support for consumers in need of or at risk for Medicaid LTSS. 

To expand access to this service, the Rhode Island Office of Healthy Aging (OHA), in collaboration with EOHHS, is issuing notice of a grant opportunity using $200,000 of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to encourage and support up to three (3) community organizations interested in joining a growing network of PCOC providers.

If you are interested in applying for the Person-Centered Options Counseling Network Expansion Grant Opportunity, please see the published information regarding the grant at this link: