It’s time to apply for your CATCH grant!  Deadline for Application: January 15, 2020

The Community Access to Child Health (CATCH) Program supports pediatricians to collaborate within their com​​​munities to advance the health of all children. Through an annual competitive process, CATCH awards seed funding for planning and implementation grants to pediatricians: AAP fellows/fellowship trainees receive $10,000 for planning or implementation projects, while residents are awarded $2,000.

Check out the Planning/Implementation Call for Proposals or the Resident Call for Proposal and get in touch with your friendly chapter CATCH facilitator before applying.

View Guidelines & Access Application

Deadline for Application: January 15, 2020

A technical assistance webinar to help you build a strong proposal will be held on the following date (webinar will be archived):

November 15, 2019 at 11 AM-Noon
Join webinar!

*Webinars will be archived and available online*

Georgia Chapter CATCH Facilitators

Lillianne Lewis Debnam Lillianne.Lewis@gmail.com
Katherine Duncan drkatduncan@gmail.com

District X Resident Liaisons

Chelsy Webb, MD cwebb@msm.edu
Nadine Najjar, MD, MPH nnajjar@emory.edu

You may also contact Cordia Starling, CATCH Chapter liaison, cstarling@gaaap.org or 404-881-5081.