The Office of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion offers a variety of funding opportunities to assist organizations working to reduce the burden of chronic disease in SD throughout the year. In addition our partners also offer opportunities for funding. This page is designed to provide easy access to funding opportunity announcements.
Funding Opportunities Currently Open for Applications
Implementing Interventions to Improve the Health of South Dakotans through Prevention and Management of Health Disease
Grant Objectives: This funding opportunity exists due to a collaborative agreement between SD Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Activities must align with at least one of the following objectives:
- Strategy B.2 – Implement or expand the use of PopHealth, a population health data analysis tool
- Strategy B.2 – Implement policy and procedures around evidence-based quality measurement
- Strategy B.3 – Implement or improve upon an aspect of team-based care
- Strategy B.6 – Implement or improve upon a self-measured blood pressure (SMBP) monitoring program
Up to 8 awards will be given. Applications should demonstrate a systems level change approach that impacts the permanent culture around heart disease and stroke prevention at the organizational level. Interventions funded by this grant must be targeted towards South Dakota residents and/or tribal communities only.
RFA Release: February 13, 2019
RFA Due Date: April 12, 2019
Selection: week of May 6, 2019 (tentative)
Project Period: June 1, 2019 – May 31, 2020
Anticipated Award Amount: $5,000 per objective (up to $20,000 per facility)
Primary Contact: Rachel Sehr, Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Coordinator
Primary Contact Email: Rachel.Sehr@state.sd.us
South Dakota Tobacco Control Program Disparities Grant
Grant Release: February 1, 2019
Grant Deadline: March 1, 2019
Grant Period: June 1, 2019- May 31, 2020
Anticipated Award Amount: maximum grant award is $25,000 with a minimum of $5,000.
Application Procedure: Application details are now available on the Disparities Grants webpage. If you are interested in applying, please visit the website to view the grant guidance documents and other information to help you complete your grant application.
The Tobacco Disparities Grant is intended to promote long-term change aimed at reducing disparate tobacco use among the following priority populations: youth and young adults, American Indians, pregnant women, Medicaid clients, spit tobacco users, and the mental health and substance abuse populations.