Notice of Funding Opportunities

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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

If you are an awardee or are applying to a Funding Opportunity Announcement (NOFO) or Contract Solicitation Announcement that requires Data Management Plan (DMP), use the DMP template below to create the DMP and update it annually.  A DMP guidance document is also provided for your information.

Data Management Plan Template [DOCX – 41 KB]

Data Management Plan Guidance [PDF – 391 KB]

FY 2022 Grants

This 5-year cooperative agreement will enhance PQC capacity to make measurable improvements in perinatal care and outcomes statewide. View the announcement.

The intent of this funding is to support Tribal Epidemiology Centers (TECs) that have been established to serve each Indian Health Service (IHS) or Urban Area. View the announcement.

This funding will support non-research cooperative agreement applications to enhance CDC’s Vision and Eye Health Surveillance System (VEHSS), using data from a variety of sources, in order to assess US national, state, and county prevalence of major eye diseases, vision impairment, and use of eye care. View the full funding opportunity.

The purpose of this NOFO is to improve the health and well-being of children, adolescents, and school staff in underserved and disproportionately affected communities. View the announcement.

This funding supports breast and cervical cancer screening services, comprehensive cancer control plan implementation by coalitions, and surveillance programs to monitor and report cancer burden. View the announcement.

This funding supports the implementation of tribal practices and cultural traditions to build resilience and connections to community and culture to improve physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health and well-being tribal communities. View the announcement.

FY 2021 Grants

This 3-year grant will expand and advance work with stakeholders on education, outreach, and public awareness activities for a variety of chronic diseases for which there is a clear disparity in public and professional awareness. View the full funding opportunity.

This opportunity is meant to accelerate actions in state, local, tribal, and territorial jurisdictions that lead to improved chronic disease outcomes among persons experiencing health disparities and inequities. View the full funding opportunity.

The purpose of this NOFO, DP21-2110 (CCR-ETA), is to conduct a national evaluation of and provide training and TA to strengthen capacity of recipients and their partners funded under DP21-2109 (CCR) to address disparities in access to COVID-19 related services. View the full funding opportunity.

This Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) supports this work through training and deployment of community health workers (CHWs) to response efforts and by building and strengthening community resilience to fight COVID-19 through addressing existing health disparities. View the full funding opportunity.

This funding will help to reduce health gaps related to breastfeeding caused by differences such as income, education, race/ethnicity and location. View the full funding opportunity.

This award will build upon the previous CKD surveillance work to continue supporting, updating, and improving the CKD Surveillance System. View the full funding opportunity.

This funding will leverage and expand existing systems, technologies, and networks with national reach to sustainably increase awareness and availability of and participation in arthritis-appropriate, evidence-based interventions. View the full funding opportunity.

The purpose of this funding is to build state capacity in alcohol epidemiology and provide the tools and information needed to perform core public health functions related to excessive alcohol use prevention in states. View the full funding opportunity.

The charge of the National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR) is to enhance national cancer data and statistics to help public health professionals understand and address the nation’s cancer burden. View the full funding opportunity.

This funding will ensure NTCP recipients and their partners have access to specific, timely technical assistance from highly knowledgeable public health law experts in order to implement the strategies proven to reduce morbidity and mortality due to tobacco use. View the full funding opportunity.

This funding will focus on implementing a state registry, along with evidence-based strategies to measure, track, and improve access to and quality of care for people at highest risk for stroke events and for stroke patients from onset of stroke symptoms through rehabilitation and recovery. View the full funding opportunity.

This NOFO will implement strategies to improve health, social participation, and quality of life for people with epilepsy; reduce stigma; and increase access to health services, community resources, and self-management supports. View the full funding opportunity. View the full funding opportunity.

This award will provide supplemental funding to Prevention Research Centers (PRCs), currently funded under CDC RFA-DP-19-001. View the full funding opportunity.

The purpose of DP21-003 is to conduct evaluation research to build an evidence base of innovative, community-based interventions across multiple social determinants of health to reduce racial and ethnic disparities in cancer outcomes. View the full funding opportunity.

The primary purpose of this funding opportunity is to follow a well-defined cohort of participants with interstitial cystitis (IC) in order to obtain incidence estimates of IC, define the demographic and clinical patterns of IC, and document its longitudinal impact on the health of affected people over time. View the full funding opportunity.

The purpose of this NOFO is to support collection of population-based data on maternal and child health indicators (MCH) of high scientific quality from vital records jurisdictions that can be used to monitor the prevalence of maternal behaviors and experiences to inform programs, research, and systems changes that influence maternal and infant health. View the full funding opportunity.

Page last reviewed: June 7, 2022