Notice of Funding Opportunities
CDC’s National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion provides funding to state and local health and education departments; other federal health agencies; international and national health organizations; academic institutions; philanthropic foundations; industry and labor groups; and professional, voluntary, and community organizations.
For information about current funding opportunities, visit http://www.grants.gov/external icon.
FY 2020 Grants
This announcement provides funds to recipients to partner with health systems and individual primary care clinics to implement evidence-based interventions (EBIs) to increase colorectal cancer (CRC) screening uptake among applicant defined populations age 50-75 years that have CRC screening rates lower than the national, regional, or local rate. View the full funding opportunityexternal icon.
This funding opportunity is designed to promote rigorous study of high-impact programs and policy interventions for prioritization in the public health response to prevent type 2 diabetes and diabetes complications. View the full funding opportunityexternal icon.
The purpose of this NOFO is to support populations with a high burden of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, to develop and implement public health strategies guided by the Healthy Brain Initiative Road Map Series. More informationexternal icon.
FY 2019 Grants
The proposed program’s purpose is to increase the availability of supportive services for young breast cancer survivors (YBCS), young women with metastatic breast cancer (mBC), and their caregivers and families by supporting organizations that serve this population. More information.
This funding opportunity will build on the successes achieved through the previous 2013 funding opportunity, DP 13-1316 Consortium for Tobacco Use Cessation Technical Assistance Externalexternal icon. More information.
CDC’s Cancer Genomics Program develops best practices in education, surveillance, and policy and systems change approaches, and establishes an evidence base for the application of family history and cancer genomics in public health practice. More information.
The Mississippi Delta Health Collaborative (MDHC) works to advance efforts to prevent heart disease and stroke in the Delta with the goal of reducing illness, deaths, and related health disparities.
This funding is to reduce rates of death and disability from commercial tobacco use, diabetes, heart disease and stroke, and reduce the prevalence of obesity and other chronic disease risk factors and conditions in American Indian and Alaska Native communities. More information.
This research supports the study of innovative strategies to better engage populations most at risk and least likely to have access to eye care to detect and manage glaucoma and other eye diseases in community-based settings. View the full funding opportunityexternal icon.
This funding supports research to expand the Vision and Eye Health Surveillance System, to enable monitoring of the burden of vision loss and eye diseases and ultimately to improve the vision and eye health of the nation. View the full funding opportunityexternal icon.
This funding allows Prevention Research Centers (PRCs) to conduct Special Interest Projects (SIPs) to investigate and address the leading causes of illness, disability, and death in the United States. View the full funding opportunityexternal icon.
This funding will support agencies and organizations that coordinate and manage Maternal Mortality Review Committees to identify and characterize maternal deaths for identifying prevention opportunities. View the full funding opportunityexternal icon.
This is a 5-year cooperative agreement to prevent and control tobacco use, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease in the US Associated Pacific Islands, the US Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. View the full funding opportunityexternal icon.
This is a 5-year cooperative agreement with academic research centers to participate in a network of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research Centers (PRC Network). View the full funding opportunity.external icon
FY 2018 Grants
This 5-year program is to improve health, prevent chronic diseases, and reduce health disparities among racial and ethnic populations with the highest risk, or burden, of chronic disease, specifically for African Americans/Blacks, Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islanders, American Indians, and Alaska Natives. View the full funding opportunityexternal icon.
This funding supports 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. Find out more, including grantees and funding amounts..
This 5-year program funds land grant universities to leverage community extension services to implement evidence-based strategies that increase access to places that provide healthier foods and safe and accessible places for physical activity in counties with an adult obesity rate of over 40%. View the full funding opportunityexternal icon.
This program supports state health departments to build skills to plan, coordinate, implement and evaluate public health activities, as well as enhance leadership and communication skills that are critical for effective public health practice. View the full funding opportunityexternal icon.
The purpose of funding is to build the strength and effectiveness of state and territorial oral health programs to prevent and control oral diseases and related conditions. View the full funding opportunityexternal icon.
This funding will support the implementation and evaluation of a core set of evidence-based strategies designed to reduce risks, complications, and barriers to the prevention and control of heart disease and stroke among the target population. Find out more, including grantees and funding amounts..
The Office of Smoking and Health and the Division of Cancer Prevention and Control are funding a consortium of population-specific, public health-oriented, National Networks to impact the prevalence of commercial tobacco use and tobacco related cancers. View the full funding opportunity.external icon
This funding supports state investments to improve nutrition and to increase safe and accessible physical activity that benefits the whole state and can be shared with local governmental entities. View the full funding opportunity.external icon
This funding supports state investments in implementing and evaluating evidence-based strategies to prevent and manage cardiovascular disease (CVD) and diabetes in high-burden populations/communities within each state and the District of Columbia, contributing to improved health outcomes. Find out more, including grantees and funding amounts.
This funding supports recipients with expertise, capacity, and national reach in chronic disease prevention to provide technical assistance and training (TAT) to National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (NCCCP) awardees and their coalitions. View the full funding opportunityexternal icon.
The purpose of this funding is to assist states in decreasing dental caries, oral health disparities, and other co-morbid chronic diseases associated with poor oral health. View the full funding opportunity.external icon
The purpose of this funding is to support national organizations with demonstrated expertise and capacity in cancer surveillance to enhance the National Program of Cancer Registries data quality and operational efficiency. View the full funding opportunity.external icon
The purpose of this project is to (1) Increase the number of students who consume nutritious food and beverages; (2) Increase the number of students who participate in daily physical education and physical activity; and (3) Increase the number of students who can effectively manage their chronic health conditions. View the full funding opportunity.external icon
This 3-year funding mechanism supports tribal practices identified by tribal health leaders that build resiliency and connections to community, family, and culture, which over time, can reduce risk factors for chronic disease among American Indians and Alaska Natives. Find out more, including grantees and funding amounts.