Addressing Conditions to Improve Population Health (ACTion)
The National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (NCCDPHP) DP-23-0058 notice of funding opportunity announced the availability of funds to state, local, territorial, and tribal jurisdictions that were ready to take ACTion in communities to implement policy, systems, and environmental change (PSE) interventions that address social determinants of health (SDOH).
Specific outcomes to be achieved through this award include:
- Changes in group and organizational behavior and norms.
- Adoption of new policies and practices.
- Changes in availability and accessibility of health care and community services.
There are four NCCDPHP SDOH domains prioritized for these projects.
Five (5) recipients will complete 3-year (2023-2026) ACTion projects focused on implementing established plans that include PSE interventions in at least 1 of 4 NCCDPHP SDOH domains.
|Funded Recipient||Recipient Type||City||State||Year 1 Budget||SDOH Domains||Policy, System, Environmental Interventions|
|City of Savannah||City||Savannah||GA||$497,123||Built Environment; Social Connectedness||
|Fund for Public Health in New York, Inc.||Nonprofit||New York||NY||$499,984||Community-clinical Linkages||
|Multnomah County Health Department
|County||Portland||OR||$495,000||Food Nutrition and Security||
|Ogle County Health Department||County||Oregon||IL||$500,000||Food Nutrition and Security||
|Wisconsin Department of Health Services||State||Madison||WI||$500,000||Community-clinical Linkages; Social Connectedness||