Health and Nutrition
State or Federal?
This NOFO will support the design, testing, and evaluation of novel approaches to address evidence-based strategies aimed at reducing risks, complications, and barriers to prevention and control of diabetes and cardiovascular disease (CVD) in high-burden populations. Work will occur in state and local/city/county health departments with a population of 900,000 or more (using July 2012 U.S. Census estimates) where significant reach may be achieved. Consortia of smaller local/city/county health departments may submit one application that, together, includes a population of 900,000 or more (using July 2012 U.S. Census estimates). High burden populations are those that data indicate are affected disproportionately by high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, or prediabetes due to socioeconomic or related factors. Category A includes diabetes management and type 2 diabetes prevention strategies. Category B includes CVD prevention and management strategies. Applicants may apply for Category A, Category B, or both via a single and clearly delineated application. In both categories, applicants will select from a menu of strategies, and should focus in areas where they have capacity to achieve greatest reach and impact. Applicants proposing to work in both categories should divide funds equally, and apply selected Category A and B strategies in the same populations/settings, so that work may be mutually reinforcing.
Eligible Entities
Local Public Agencies, State Government
Eligibility Notes
Eligible applicants are state governments, county governments, or city or township governments.
Most Recent/Current Due Date
Jul 09, 2018
Most Recent RFP Release Date
May 28, 2018
Min Award
Max Award
Total Possible Multi-Year Award
# of Awards
Annual or Multi-Year?
Match Required?
Match Notes
Cost sharing or matching funds are not required for this program. However, leveraging other resources and related ongoing efforts to promote sustainability is strongly encouraged.
Centers for Disease Control, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR)
Total Amount Available for All Grants
Competition Notes
Awards are expected to range from a minimum of $400,000 per year to a maximum of $3,000,000 per year based on the categories for which the applicant successfully competes.

Applicants may apply to work on Category A strategies, Category B strategies, or both. Each applicant’s award amount will vary based on whether the applicant elects to, and is successful in, competing for one or both categories. The average award for both Category A and Category B is $1,500,000. The average award for a single category, i.e. Category A or Category B, is $750,000.
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