Southern Region Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network (FRSAN)

    Grants and Contracts Details


    The purpose of the S-FRSAN grant is to partner with the lead organization Agri-Safe along with seven (7) key partner organizations in the Southern Region (defined by USDA) to develop a network to share resources and strategies to address the pressing needs of farmers and farm families experiencing high levels of stress due to injury and fatalities (including self-harm), health, economic and social circumstances. The Southeast Center for Agricultural Health & Injury Prevention is located at the University of Kentucky and although their collaborations are prolific in Kentucky, they also have strong collaborations with academic institutions, state and federal agencies, and farm safety and health organizations throughout the southeastern part of the United States--but particularly in Alabama, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.
    Effective start/end date9/1/193/31/21


    • Agrisafe Network Incorporated: $48,000.00


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