State Physical Activity and Nutrition (SPAN) Program, 2018 – 2023
In 2018, CDC funds 16 state recipients to implement evidence-based strategies at state and local levels to improve nutrition and physical activity.
View information about current SPAN recipients and learn more about the past State Public Health Actions program. View the original SPAN funding opportunity announcement and review Frequently Asked Questions about the NOFO.
Download the FY2018 Recipients [PDF-234KB] SPAN map to learn more about chronic disease prevention investments.
|State||Recipient||FY2022 Funding Amount||Profiles|
|Alaska||Alaska Department of Health and Social Services‡ (Division of Public Health/Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion)||$922,974||Profile|
|Arkansas||University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences‡||$658,162||Profile|
|California||California Department of Public Health‡||$773,000||Profile|
|Colorado||Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment‡||$683,140||Profile|
|Connecticut||Connecticut Department of Public Health‡||$853,934||Profile|
|Illinois||Illinois Public Health Institute‡||$922,990||Profile|
|Kentucky||Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services‡||$856,326||Profile|
|Minnesota||Minnesota Department of Health‡||$923,000||Profile|
|Missouri||Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services‡||$488,792||Profile|
|New York||Health Research, Inc./New York State Department of Health‡||$923,000||Profile|
|North Carolina||North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services‡||$923,000||Profile|
|Ohio||Ohio Department of Health‡||$923,000||Profile|
|Pennsylvania||Pennsylvania Department of Health‡||$906,786||Profile|
|Texas||Texas Department of State Health Services||$885,253||Profile|
|Utah||Utah Department of Health‡||$923,000||Profile|
|Washington||Washington State Department of Health‡||$923,000||Profile|
‡ Received fiscal year 2022 supplemental funding to address disparities in breastfeeding support. Average award amount was $57,546.