to initiate, promote and/or coordinate (national research) prevention programs and activities aimed at reducing the incidence and severity of trauma... [more]


To further its mission of raising public awareness of trauma and supporting injury prevention programs, the NC ATS offers grants to support well-designed projects that will impact local communities. Grants may not be awarded every year, and grant applications must follow the prescribed guidelines of the NC ATS.


Applications for 2016 will be available in November 2015.


The following links for applications and requirements will be available:

  • application, MS Word format
  • application, PDF
  • grant requirements, PDF
  • funding restrictions, PDF 



2015 Grant Recipients


  • SafeKids Wake County & WakeMed – Swim Safe
  • Wake Forest Baptist Health – Safety Grab Bars


Previous Grant Recipients



  • Traveling Injury Prevention Kits – Safe Kids Wake County & WakeMed
  • Concussion Injury in Sports & Play Interactive Display – Wake Forest Baptist Health
  • UNC Tar Heal Before the Injury Cart  – UNC Hospitals 



  • Safe Teen Driving – Safe Communities Coalition of Pitt County
  • Parents take Charge! – Carolinas Healthcare Foundation



  • Save the Rivers (Prescription Medication Collection) – Stokes Emergency Services

  • Home Oxygen Safety – Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center



  • Kids Safety Camp – McDowell County EMS
  • Child Restraint Education Display – Wake Forest Uiversity CIREN Center 



  • Kids Safety Camp – McDowell County EMS
  • A Tale of Sir Dragon (Bullying Prevention) – Carolinas Center for Injury Prevention
  • The Prevention of Distracted Driving – Safe Communities Coalition of Pitt County, Inc.
  • Strengthening Ties Among Injury & Violence Prevention Partners in NC – North Carolina Public Health Foundation



  • Buster the School Bus – Safe Kids of Cleveland County
  • ATV Safety – Watauga Medical Center
  • Roanoke Safe Summer Project with Life Ring Throws – Roanoke Valley Rescue Squad
  • PFD’s Stationed at High Rock Lake – Safe Kids of Davidson County



  • Piedmont Antiviolence – Trauma Services - CMC
  • 9-1-1 for Kids – New Hanover Trauma Services
  • Buckle Bear & Big Green Snake – Surry County EMS
  • 2005 Water & Boating Safety Campaign – Lake Norman Regional Medical Center



  • Stay Alive on 105 – Watauga County Rescue Squad and Foscoe Fire Department
  • Harnett County Bike Rodeo – Harnett County SAFE KIDS
  • Story Board Development to Supplement SAFE KIDS Events – Cleveland County SAFE KIDS Coalition
  • Enhancement of “Remembering When” – Cumberland County Safe Community Coalition
  • Serving Youthful Victims of Violence – Wake Teen Medical Services