Community Toolkit

The South Dakota Department of Health Office of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion will provide funding and technical assistance to South Dakota community coalitions or workgroups to conduct a community health needs assessment and improvement planning process to understand the health of a community regarding chronic disease prevention and control. The process is guided by the South Dakota Good & Healthy Community Health Needs Assessment and Improvement Planning Toolkit. The goal of the grant is to support the assessment of community health and all of its residents, as well as develop health promotion and disease prevention strategies for future implementation. Letters of Interest are accepted on an ongoing basis and reviewed monthly.

GRANT PERIOD: 1 year

ANTICIPATED AWARD AMOUNT: up to $10,000 per applicant

APPLICANT ELIGIBILITY: Eligible applicants include entities who represent a local governmental or non-profit community-based organization with 501(c)3 status that supports the mission of the OCDPHP. Examples include, but are not limited to, schools, post-secondary institutions, civic associations, service clubs, healthcare organizations, faith-based organizations, parent groups, neighborhood associations, and local community coalitions.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Step 1: Letter of Interest

Step 2: Full Proposal – Invitation Only