CDC supports state health departments through one cooperative agreement: the State Oral Disease Prevention Program (DP1307). This cooperative agreement funds 21 states, with awards ranging from $230,000 to $310,000 per year, renewable through fiscal year 2017.
The purpose of DP1307 is to help state health departments build or maintain public health capacity through collective impact—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 also use funds to implement proven community and clinical interventions that target vulnerable and underserved populations.
The following 21 states have been awarded funding under DP1307 through August 2018:
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