Rural and remote drought and disaster community grants closing 3 March 2017 (QLD)

Tackling Regional Adversity through Integrated Care program grants

As part of Queensland Health’s Tackling Regional Adversity through Integrated Care (TRAIC)* program, grants valued between $5000 – $50000 are available each year to enable Queensland communities affected by adversity associated with drought, disaster and other crises to build community resilience, in other words the sustained ability of a community to withstand and recover from adversity.

*This program was formerly known as Tackling Adversity in Regional Drought and Disaster Communities through Integrating Health Services.

Eligibility

Local government, non-government organisations and community groups or organisations may apply.

Commonwealth and State government entities are not eligible.

All projects must be time-limited and not require recurrent (ongoing) funding.

Programs and strategies must be delivered in communities in the following Hospital and Health Services:

  • Cairns and Hinterland
  • Townsville
  • North West
  • Central West
  • South West
  • Mackay
  • Central Queensland
  • Wide Bay
  • Darling Downs

For more information (source) see >>> Rural and remote drought and disaster community grants

Image: Tobias Keller

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