Grant Writing & Training

L&D Associates is prepared to offer the client expert consulting and assistance in the development, writing, submission, and administration of grants and contracts.

L&D Associates has more than 20-years experience in the identification of funding sources, preparation of grant and contract applications, submission of applications and post-award administration.

Small Business Innovative Research Grants

In September 2007, L&D Associates Consulting Group began offering assistance with governmental Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) grant proposals.  Representatives of L&D Associates have participated in various SBIR “Boot Camps” hosted by Technology Ventures, Inc of Albuquerque.

The SBIR grant program is highly competitive and designed to encourage small businesses to explore the technological potential of their business and provides incentive to profit from the commercialization of the innovative technology and research.  Including qualified small businesses in the nation’s R&D programs, technology innovation is stimulated and the nation gains entrepreneurial input and participation as it meets research and development needs.

We believe we are in an ideal position to assist applicants’ needs in New Mexico and throughout the region and nation.

Funding Source Identification

Electronic searching of the Internet and agency publications for specific funding sources.

Visit our Twitter entries for the latest grant announcements and visit our grant and foundation blog for detailed descriptions of announcements.

Pre-Award Grant and Contract Administration

Development of the grant and contract application including budgetary calculations, identification of resources and assets, conference planning for collaborators, and negotiations with partners. In addition, L&D Associates will assist in the development of Facilities and Administrative costs for each agency application.

Post-Award Grant and Contract Administration

Upon successful review of the client’s application L&D Associates can provide expert support and consultation on the administration of the award. This service will include compliance with funding agency criteria, local, state and federal regulations, fiscal oversight staffing.

L&D Associates is prepared to offer the client expert consulting and assistance in the development, writing, submission, and administration of grants and contracts. While independent research can be made on areas such as loans or mortgages online, nothing beats expert opinion and on this L&D Associates is among the most trusted.

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Grant Awards Record (2000-2016)

Grant and Contract Awards through November 2016: $42,500,000. 

  • $200,000 for women’s preventive health initiative; Indian Health Service
  • $113,154 for organ donor registration program; NM Motor Vehicle Division, New Mexico Organ Donor Services.
  • $1.1 million for dental support and preventive health center; Indian Health Service
  • $550,000 for Native American Research Center for Health; National Institute of General Medical Sciences
  • $360,000 for grant writing services; Indian Health Service
  • $50,000 for research conference services; Non-Profit Tribal Organization*
  • $100,000 for cancer education program in rural New Mexico; National Cancer Institute
  • $43,000 for health performance indicator research; Indian Health Service
  • $2,500 for Public Access Computer Workstation for Consumer Health Information Searching; National Network of Libraries of Medicine
  • $2,000 for Public Access Internet Workstation in American Indian health center; National Network of Libraries of Medicine
  • $31,000 for Government Performance and Results Act Improvement Grant; Indian Health Service
  • $20,000 for behavioral health managed care client in New Mexico; American Indian client
  • $1.5 million for diabetes prevention project; Indian Health Service
  • $2,500 for Public Access Computer Workstation for Consumer Health Information Searching; National Network of Libraries of Medicine
  • $387,600 for Pre-K school support in California; Southern California Pre-K school program
  • $35,000 for a non-profit special needs K-12 school; United Way of Central New Mexico
  • $1.4 million for alcohol and drug abuse prevention services; Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
  • $10,000 for K-12 evaluation program; Mission School of New Mexico
  • $5,800 for health education outreach services; National Network of Libraries of Medicine
  • $12,000 for evaluation of child abuse prevention projects; New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • $74,000 for diabetes prevention project evaluation services; Tribal Diabetes Program*
  • $120,000 for a K-12 school for children with learning and emotional difficulties; United Way of Central New Mexico
  • $25,000 for health information outreach and PubMed training in American Indian hospitals and clinics; National Network of Libraries of Medicine
  • $8,400 for telecommunications grant services; West Virginia
  • $40,000 for grant services to develop a sustainable environmentally “green” commerce; Taos, New Mexico
  • $2 million for a behavioral health managed care contract; New Mexico
  • $10,000 for evaluation services in Tribal management grant and aging services; Tribal Program*
  • $1,500 for K-12 special education resource library; Barnes and Noble Booksellers
  • $18,000 for behavioral health support services in New Mexico; State of New Mexico
  • $200,000 for immunization and childhood health assessments in Santa Fe; Indian Health Service
  • $5,000 for telecommunications planning grant in West Virginia; Ohio Cooperative Development Center
  • $500 for Modesto (CA) Women’s Literary Group; Modesto City Council
  • $5800 for consumer health information (eHealth) outreach in Tribal communities; 1st Community Bank Foundation
  • $15,000 for behavioral health program process and outcomes evaluation services; Santa Fe Indian Hospital
  • $30,000 for grant review administrative services; Private contractor
  • $6,500 for Small Business Innovative Research grant writing; Technology Venture Corporation – Albuquerque
  • $104,000 for electronic health record maintenance; Private client
  • $385,000 for residential treatment center; Private client
  • $8059 for Bernalillo (NM) community western music event; Art Gallery 66 (Bernalillo, New Mexico)
  • $500,000 for residential treatment center; Private client
  • $6,000 for women’s health education outreach; Santa Fe Indian Hospital
  • $24,000 for process and outcomes evaluation of a childhood health research program; Santa Fe Indian Hospital
  • $400,000 for culturally relevant nutrition program.  Private client*
  • $1.5 million to address substance and alcohol abuse in American Indian Tribe Substance Abuse and Mental Services Administration – Private Client*
  • $3,000 for technology upgrades in New Mexico Charter School – Wells Fargo Foundation, Explore Academy
  • $3,000 for garden and academic program in New Mexico Charter School Whole Kids Foundation, Explore Academy
  • $67,000 for agricultural development on American Indian Tribal land New Mexico Department of Agriculture and First Nations  Private client*
  • $56,000 for smoking cessation and prevention efforts in American Indian Tribe – New Mexico Department of Indian Affairs  Private Client*
  • $125,000 for Tribal Wellness Court Administration for Native AmericansPrivate Client*
  • $200,000 for Sustainable Economic Development Strategies in American Indian Tribe – Administration for Native AmericansPrivate Client*
  • $6 million – Methamphetamine and Suicide Prevention Initiative – Indian Health Service Private Clients* (six clients awarded 5-year grants)

* = Tribal Privacy and Confidentiality maintained.