CDC-Funded Partners

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides funding to national organizations and state programs to ease pain and improve quality of life of adults with arthritis.

Funded National Organizations

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CDC currently provides funding to five national organizations for arthritis activities under two competitively awarded cooperative agreements, DP16-1606 and OT18-1803. Learn more about our funded national organizations.

Funded State Programs

CDC currently provides funding to 13 states to support arthritis programs under the DP18-1803 cooperative agreement. Learn more about our funded state programs.

Funded Rural Health Activities within State Programs

As part of the DP18-1803 cooperative agreement program, CDC supports activities that address disparities and promote the health of adults with arthritis in rural areas. Learn about our funded rural health activities.

Tools for Partners

The tools for partners page offers tools and materials for state and national arthritis program partners and other public health professionals, including tools for promoting evidence-based interventions, and managing cooperative agreements.

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