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Explore CDC funding opportunities for prediabetes, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, nutrition, physical activity, and obesity programs. Apply by the specified release dates.


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  1. Chronic Disease Partner Call Mary Pesik Chronic Disease Prevention Program Director January 24, 2023

  2. Welcome 2

  3. Todays Agenda 2023 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Notice of Funding Opportunities Prediabetes and Diabetes Cardiovascular Disease Innovative Cardiovascular Disease Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity 3

  4. 2023 CDC Notice of Funding Opportunities (NOFOs)

  5. 2023 NOFO Summary Funding range per year Estimated release date/start date Grant 2320: A Strategic Approach to Advancing Health Equity for Priority Populations with or at Risk for Diabetes $900,000 max (Competitive) January 6, 2023/ June 30, 2023 2304: National Cardiovascular Health Program $850,000 - $2,000,000 (Non-competitive) January 15, 2023/ June 30, 2023 2305: Innovative Cardiovascular Health Program $400,000 - $1,200,000 (Competitive) February 11, 2023/ September 30, 2023 2312: State Physical Activity and Nutrition Program $600,000 - $1,300,000 (Competitive) January 12, 2023/ September 30, 2023

  6. 2023 NOFO Summary Grant Forecast/announcement links 2320: A Strategic Approach to Advancing Health Equity for Priority Populations with or at Risk for Diabetes https://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/funding- opportunity/NOFO-CDC-RFA-DP23- 0020.html 2304: National Cardiovascular Health Program https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view- opportunity.html?oppId=342935 2305: Innovative Cardiovascular Health Program https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view- opportunity.html?oppId=342936 2312: State Physical Activity and Nutrition Program https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view- opportunity.html?oppId=342954

  7. 2023 NOFO Summary Partner Grants Release/Due Date Grant School-Based Interventions to Promote Equity and Improve Health, Academic Achievement, and Well-Being of Students Announcement link https://www.grants.gov/web/grant s/view- opportunity.html?oppId=342776 December 13th /February 11th https://www.grants.gov/web/grant s/view- opportunity.html?oppId=342294 https://www.grants.gov/web/grant s/view- opportunity.html?oppId=342939 https://www.grants.gov/web/grant s/search- grants.html?keywords=bOLd State Public Health Approaches to Addressing Arthritis December 13th /April 3rd January 18th /March 21st The High Obesity Program (HOP) BOLD Public Health Programs to Address Alzheimer s Disease and Related Dementias January 19th /March 23rd

  8. Prediabetes and Diabetes

  9. A Strategic Approach to Advancing Health Equity for Priority Populations with or at Risk for Diabetes (2320) CDC funding 3 components CDPP will apply for component A Support evidence-based diabetes management and type 2 diabetes prevention and risk mitigation strategies Statewide reach with focused interventions to reduce health disparities for priority populations Strategies we are best equipped to implement and achieve significant progress

  10. A Strategic Approach to Advancing Health Equity for Priority Populations with or at Risk for Diabetes (2320) Grant strategies: Evidence-based Approaches to Diabetes Management Evidence-based Approaches to Type 2 Diabetes Prevention and Risk Reduction Policy and Systems-level Support for Diabetes Management and/or Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Note: select at least 6 of 13 strategies; rigorously evaluate 3 of 6

  11. Evidence-based Approaches to Diabetes Management #1 - Strengthen self-care practices by improving access, appropriateness, and feasibility of diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES) services for priority populations #2 - Expand availability of ADA-recognized and ADCES- accredited DSMES services as a covered health benefit for Medicaid beneficiaries and employees with diabetes #3 - Prevent diabetes complications for priority populations through early detection #4 Improve acceptability and quality of care for priority populations with diabetes

  12. Evidence-based Approaches to Type 2 Diabetes Prevention and Risk Reduction #5 - Increase enrollment and retention of priority populations in the National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP) lifestyle intervention and the MDPP by improving access, appropriateness, and feasibility of the programs #6 - Expand availability of the National DPP lifestyle intervention as a covered health benefit for Medicaid beneficiaries and/or employees and covered dependents at high risk for type 2 diabetes

  13. Evidence-based Approaches to Type 2 Diabetes Prevention and Risk Reduction (cont.) #7 - Improve sustainability of CDC-recognized National DPP delivery organizations serving priority populations by establishing or expanding National DPP Umbrella Hub Arrangements #8 - Implement, spread, and sustain one of the following evidence-based, family-centered childhood obesity interventions: Mind, Exercise, Nutrition Do It! (MEND) Family Based Behavioral Therapy Bright Bodies Healthy Weight and Your Child

  14. Policy and Systems-level Support for Diabetes Management and/or Type 2 Diabetes Prevention #9 - Increase and sustain DSMES and National DPP delivery sites within pharmacy networks and chain pharmacies to improve reach to priority populations #10 - Support the development of multi-directional e-referral systems that support electronic exchange of information between health care and CBOs, including: CDC-recognized organizations offering the National DPP lifestyle intervention and/or ADA-recognized/ADCES-accredited DSMES services and/or diabetes support programs or services in the community and Community programs/services that address SDOH or meet social needs

  15. Policy and Systems-level Support for Diabetes Management and/or Type 2 Diabetes Prevention (cont.) #11 - Design and test innovative payment models that bundle the National DPP lifestyle intervention and/or DSMES with other programs and services that address relevant health or social needs of priority populations #12 - Improve the sustainability of Community Health Workers (CHWs) by building or strengthening a supportive infrastructure to expand their involvement in evidence-based diabetes prevention and management programs and services #13 - Improve the capacity of the diabetes workforce to address factors related to the SDOH that impact health outcomes for priority populations with and at risk for diabetes

  16. Timeline Jan 6 Mar 7 Jun 30 Feb 15 Internal Routing Application Due Date Start Date Release Date

  17. Cardiovascular Disease

  18. The National Cardiovascular Health Program (2304) Previous iteration: 1815 Category B Grant focus Implement and evaluate evidence-based strategies contributing to the prevention and management of CVD in populations at the highest risk. Address social and economic factors to help health systems respond to social determinants present in their communities to offer those at risk of, or burdened with CVD, the best health outcomes possible.

  19. The Innovative Cardiovascular Health Program (2305) Previous iteration: 1817 Category B Grant focus Health system interventions to prevent, control, and manage high blood pressure and cholesterol Improve continuity of care across health care settings Maximize use of electronic health record data Use technology to improve medication adherence

  20. Grant focus Integrate Community Health Workers (CHW) Support community and clinical links and partnerships Develop partnerships to improve cardiovascular disease in priority populations Address SDoH, stress/mental health, health inequity, and injustice

  21. Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity (NPAO)

  22. The State Physical Activity and Nutrition Program (2312) Previous iteration: SPAN (1807) Note: CDPP does not have this funding. Grant focus Support activities to implement evidence-based strategies and leverage resources from various stakeholders and sectors related to poor nutrition and physical inactivity. Work with state and local partners to improve nutrition and access to safe physical activity, including breastfeeding, early care and education, and family healthy weight programs

  23. CDPP Interest Survey CDPP released a Partner Interest Survey on November 9th December 30th Received over 90 submissions with interest across prediabetes/diabetes, cardiovascular and nutrition and physical activity CDPP staff are currently reviewing the responses Prioritizing organizations working in prediabetes and diabetes CDPP will be reaching out to schedule 1:1 and/or group meetings to discuss approach Will continue to reach out on a rolling basis as NOFOs are released

  24. Partnership Options Rapid turn-around for information Comprehensive and cohesive approach Work closely with CDPP Not pass-through funding Various partnership options Funded partner Collective action partner Partner group member: DAG, HHA, or healthTIDE

  25. Other Notes Important considerations Fit with NOFO guidance, strategies and performance measures, and available funding Identification of priority populations Geographic distribution across Wisconsin Good standing with DHS requirements Ability to participate in the planning process timeline May be asked for draft budget and scope of work as part of application development Funding supports CDPP staff and activities as well as partner work

  26. What it means to work with CDPP Cohesive approach Work in collaboration with CDPP Regular reporting Participate in evaluation and performance measure reporting Funding is received on a reimbursement basis Grantee meetings and peer-to-peer learning Training and technical assistance Connection to national subject matter experts

  27. While we wait Generally, it will be a few months before we know if awarded, amount of funding, and weaknesses to address. Funding award may be less than our request. CDPP will start fiscal paperwork for partners before funding award to be proactive. Technical review response is due within 30 to 60 days of award.

  28. For More Information November funding opportunities webinar and slides available at https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/disease/chronic- disease-webinars.htm Send questions or comments to: dhschronicdiseaseprevention@dhs.wisconsin.gov

  29. Questions?

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