The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has recently released a funding opportunity announcement through its Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Workforce Development Centers Program. These centers are intended to facilitate the implementation of Affordable Care Act (ACA) by offering members of the medical community education and training regarding the four primary MCH objectives designated to ensure successful health care reform. These include: (1) access to care, (2) quality improvement, (3) systems integration, and (4) population health management. Workforce development centers will be expected to work closely with MCH to promote one or all of these topics. Public or nonprofit private institutions of higher learning are eligible to apply. A total of $1,840,000 is available to fund up to four cooperative agreements ($460,000 per center, per year), or one consolidated cooperative agreement annually. However, the actual amount of awards will depend on the availability of funds Proposals may request funding for project periods of up to three years, with a budget start date of September 1, 2013. Applications are due June 7, 2013.