2022/23 TAMU Vaccine Outreach Funding Application

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TNOYS and Texas A&M University Sponsored Research Services are teaming up to increase COVID-19 vaccine uptake among youth and young adults with lived experiences of systems involvement. We invite you to join us!

 

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on youth and young adults transitioning out of foster care, experiencing homelessness, and with systems involvement across Texas. As part of TNOYS’ COVID-19 response, we’re excited to announce new funding and resources to help member organizations decrease vaccine hesitancy and make sure systems-involved youth and young adults have the resources they need to stay healthy.

 
Please fill out the following form to apply by August 12, 2022. More information about eligibility and requirements can be found on this document.

Applications will be reviewed and notifications will be made in late August/early September. If you have any questions, please contact Tessa Ammons, TNOYS Outreach Manager, at membership@tnoys.org. 
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Reporting Requirements
REPORTING REQUIREMENTS:
All funding recipients should agree to the below reporting terms. Recipients will be asked to sign an agreement with the complete terms when selected.

Recipients are required to submit reports on a monthly basis to describe the impact of this funding among youth and young adults (YYA). They will be asked to report on:

The total number of YYA who received information about where they can obtain a vaccine

The total number of YYA who received educational information about the vaccine

The demographic breakdown (age range and race/ethnicity) of YYA who received information about the vaccine

Additionally, recipients agree to collaborate with or host TNOYS for in-person or virtual meetings to either 1.) listen to and learn from youth and young adults on vaccine hesitancy and provide them with education on the COVID-19 vaccine, or 2.)  listen to and learn from providers on some of the barriers they face when promoting vaccine confidence. Funding recipients should be willing to host TNOYS for these conversations as needed.