Recovery Act - Communities Putting Prevention to Work

The purpose of the supplement is to provide State Health Departments with resources to collect BRFSS baseline and follow up data from communities funded under Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW), CDC-RFA-DP09-912ARRA0 9. The amount of funding for individual states will be determined through


a competitive evaluation.
Related Programs

ARRA Prevention and Wellness--State, Territories and Pacific Islands

Department of Health and Human Services

Who's Eligible

Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
Please find the link to this announcement at the top of this page.

Additional Information of Eligibility:
Eligible applicants are limited to 30 State Health Departments and the District of Columbia listed below.

These are the states in which CPPW communities, funded under FOA CDC-RFA-DP09-912ARRA09 &&;jsessionid=5QvRKy4Q1Q2zFSt7xnmBpvkJJ3CZL9sLVgmWnzDNTThfvQ0D8PLd!-1017983794?oppId=49571&mode=VIEW are geographically located within the State Health Agency jurisdictional boundary which will be supported by the State BRFSS Program via surveys: AL – Jefferson County DOH (Obesity and Tobacco) AZ – Pima County (Obesity) CA – Los Angeles (Obesity and Tobacco), San Diego (Obesity), and Santa Clara (Tobacco) Counties CO – Tri-County Health Department (Obesity) DC – Tobacco FL – Miami-Dade County (Obesity) and Orange County (Tobacco) GA – DeKalb County (Tobacco) HI – Hawaii DOH (Kauai and Maui – Obesity) IA – Iowa DOH (Linn and Ringgold Counties – Tobacco) IL – Public Health Institute of Chicago/Cook Co.

(Obesity) and Respiratory Health Association/City of Chicago (Tobacco) IN – Indiana DOH (Bartholomew and Vanderburgh Counties-Obesity) KY – Louisville Metro DOPH (Obesity) MA – Boston Public Health Commission (Obesity and Tobacco) ME – Maine DOH (Healthy Lakes and Portland Counties – Obesity) MN – Minnesota DOH (Minneapolis and Olmstead Counties – Obesity) MO – St.

Louis County (Tobacco) NE – Douglas County Health Department (Obesity) NM – Pueblo of Jemez (Obesity) NV – Southern Nevada Health District (Tobacco) NY – NY City DOH (Obesity and Tobacco) OH – Hamilton County of Public Health (Obesity) OK – Cherokee Nation (Obesity and Tobacco) OR – Multnomah County Health Department (Obesity) PA – City of Philadelphia (Obesity and Tobacco) RI -- Providence (Tobacco) SC – South Carolina DHEC (Florence and Horry Counties – Tobacco) TN – Nashville/Davidson County Metro Public Health Department (Obesity) TX – San Antonio Metro Health District (Obesity) and Austin/Travis County Health and Human Services Department (Tobacco) WA – Seattle-King County (Obesity and Tobacco) WI – Wisconsin DHS (LaCrosse and Wood Counties – Obesity, and Great Lakes Inter- Tribal Council - Tobacco) WV – West Virginia DHHR (Mid-Ohio Valley – Obesity) SPECIAL ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: Licensing/Credential/Permits-None Cost Sharing or Matching Cost sharing or matching funds are not required for this program.

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CDC Procurement and Grants Office (PGO)Technical Information Management Section (TIMS)Phone 770-488-2700

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