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National Diabetes Prevention Program Grant

Provided By: South Dakota Department of Health Diabetes Prevention and Control Program



This opportunity is for organizations interested in establishing a new National Diabetes Prevention Programs (National DPP) in South Dakota. The National DPP is a partnership of public and private organizations working together to build a nationwide delivery system for a lifestyle change program proven to prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes in adults with prediabetes.

Successful applicants might undertake the following activities in projects supported through this RFP. Examples may include:

  • Communication, outreach, and education activities with providers to obtain a steady flow of referrals
  • Development of contracts with employers to provide the NDPP as a covered benefit for employees
  • Training of lifestyle coaches in organizations with the infrastructure and track record to deliver lifestyle interventions
  • Data management and coordination in support of obtaining CDC diabetes prevention recognition
  • Activities related to managing referrals and coordinating classes.

In addition to the funding, the SD DOH will provide resources and technical assistance to awardees to implement the National DPP. This may include assistance in identification and recruitment strategies of participants as well as referring partner organizations, assistance with understanding and upholding the National DPP standards, observing occasional DPP sessions to monitor progress, and assistance with components of the evaluation process during and at the completion of the project period.

Learn more about the National Diabetes Prevention Program.


Eligible applicants include South Dakota organizations that do not currently have a CDC-recognized National DPP or have developed their National DPP within the last 12 months of application.

Examples of eligible organizations include:

  • Community-based organizations (YMCA’s; churches; senior centers, etc.)
  • Primary care providers (e.g., community health centers, migrant health clinics, rural health clinics, outpatient department, and private practices)
  • Health plans and insurers
  • Wellness and fitness organizations

Important Dates

  • Application Opened: March 21, 2019
  • Application Deadline: April 26, 2019
  • Tentative Award Notification: May 10, 2019
  • Project Period: June 1, 2019 – May 31, 2020

Important Details

  • Selection: Up to 4 applicants will be funded
  • Anticipated Award Amount: Up to $15,000



Reach out to the grant’s primary contact:

Kayla Magee
Diabetes Program Coordinator
South Dakota Department of Health