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CDC-Funded States

Cooperative Agreements

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) supports states in their efforts to reduce dental disease and improve oral health through identified effective interventions. Cooperative agreements range from $230,000 to $310,000 per year and are renewable through fiscal year 2017. The purpose of this cooperative agreement is to assist state health departments in building and/or maintaining effective public health capacity through collective impact, which is the commitment of a group of people from different sectors to a common agenda for solving a specific societal problem. States with public health capacity in place also use funds to implement community and clinical evidence based interventions that target vulnerable and underserved populations.

The following 21 states have been awarded funding under the State Oral Disease Prevention Program Cooperative Agreement (DP1307) through August 2018:

Colorado
Connecticut
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Iowa
Kansas
Louisiana
Maryland
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
New Hampshire
New York
North Dakota
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Vermont
Virginia
West Virginia
Wisconsin

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