NRHP

AcronymDefinition
NRHPNational Register of Historic Places (US NPS)
NRHPNational River Health Program (Australia)
NRHPNational Register of Hypnotherapists and Psychotherapists
NRHPNevada Rural Hospital Partners (Reno, NV)
NRHPNational Reproductive Health Programme (Ministry of Health; Cambodia)
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Other noteworthy historic properties not on the NRHP include the property affectionately known as the "old school-house," which was built in 1866 and now is home to the Benton County Historical Society.
There are perks to owning historic properties other than the prestige of being on the NRHP. Tax incentives and grants are available for rehabilitation of these structures.
Testing was designed to assess the extent to which unauthorized excavations have impacted the site area, collect data necessary to formally determine eligibility under NRHP criteria, and re-expose an archaeological feature excavated by Kelly Murphy and reported by B.
The National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) is concerned with the socio-cultural environment which includes "historic properties" or those cultural resources eligible to be listed in the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).
Department of Health and Human Services: Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), the NRHP Behavioral Health Integration Project has brought access to tele-health services to 10 hospitals in rural Nevada.
The NRHP Behavioral Health Integration Project was initially funded for a 3 year period with evaluation criteria and strategic planning for self-sustainability required.
Grant recipients will use the money and nonfederal match to retain a qualified professional to prepare a property nomination package for the NRHP. Applications are available at www.okhistory.org/shpo/nrgrant.htm.