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Maryland Institute for Policy Analysis and Research (MIPAR)

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MIPAR activities are supported by foundations, federal, state and local governmental agencies and corporations:

Assistance to the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

MIPAR administers grants for different agencies in the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH). They are: Office of Maternal and Child Health; AIDS Administration; Center for Preventive Health Services; Office of Health Promotion, Education, and Tobacco Use Prevention; Office of Health Policy and Planning; Maryland Health Emergency Preparedness and Response; Office of Immunization, Office of Genetics and Children with Special Health Care Needs.

These grants assist the DHMH agencies to administer projects and conduct research. They also provide funding to support approximately 10 UMBC graduate research assistants and provide opportunities for faculty and graduate students to become involved in DHMH projects and utilize DHMH databases for research.

Federal Agencies

Education
Health and Human Services
Housing and Urban Development
National Institutes of Health
National Science Foundation
Social Security Administration

Foundations & Corporations

Abell Foundation
AARP
American Educational Research Association
American Library Association
Biotechnology Industry Organization
Blue Shield of California Foundation
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
Constellation Energy
Delmarva Foundation
Ford Foundation
Goldseker Foundation
Kaiser Foundation
MacArthur Foundation
Multiple Sclerosis Society
Russell Sage Foundation
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Smith Richardson Foundation
Spencer Foundation
Urban Institute

Maryland State Agencies

Budget and Management
Governor’s Office for Children
Health and Mental Hygiene
Human Resources
Natural Resources
Planning
People's Counsel
State Board of Elections
Transportation

Maryland Counties and Cities

Baltimore
City of Bowie
Caroline
Carroll
Garrett
Howard
Montgomery
Queen Anne’s
Washington
Wicomico

 

 

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