New Health Impact Assessment Funding Opportunity
Through support from the CDC, the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) is pleased to offer two funding opportunities for up to six Local Health Departments (LHDs). The funding opportunities are as follows:
Component A: Component A includes funding of up to $15,000 each for up to three LHDs to complete a Health Impact Assessment (HIA).
Component B: Component B includes funding of up to $5,000 each for up to three LHDs to conduct a HIA or HIA-like activity using at least one of three tools and provide an evaluation of the utility of the resource for conducting HIAs and HIA-like work. LHDs must use and evaluate one of the following three tools to be eligible for the funding: CDC’s Environmental Public Health Tracking Network; the CDC/National Park Service Parks, Trails and Health Workbook and/or the CDC Healthy Community Design Checklist Toolkit.
LHDs conducting or planning to conduct an HIA have the option of applying for both of these funding opportunities. An HIA-like activity is defined as: a limited desk-top examination of a proposed policy, plan or program which focuses on less than three health impacts. Interested LHDs can find the full Request for Proposals here, and the application for both funding opportunities here.
NACCHO and CDC staff held an optional teleconference call for interested applicants for both funding opportunities on Thursday, August 20, 2015 but has indicated that the call will be recorded and posted to the NACCHO HIA website for those unable to participate.
Completed applications are due Thursday, September 10, 2015. If you have outstanding questions after reading the RFP in detail, e-mail email@example.com or email the funding contact:
Bridget Kerner, MS
Program Analyst, Healthy Community Design
National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO)
1100 17th Street NW, 7th Floor, Washington, DC 20036
Tel: 202-507-4230 | Fax: 202-783-1583
Deadline extended to submit your abstracts!
The National Steering Committee for the 8th National Summit on Smokeless and Spit Tobacco (NSST) invites your participation in helping to advance leadership, research, and programs aimed at reducing the threat posed by the use of smokeless and spit tobacco products.
Abstracts are due by September 30, 2015. We will notify you of your submission’s status no later than November 6, 2015.
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Registration Scholarships Now Available
Scholarships give the opportunity to attend the 8th National Summit on Smokeless and Spit Tobacco to interested individuals who face financial limitations. Scholarships are available to all those working to eliminate the use of smokeless and spit tobacco. Scholarships are intended to cover partial or full registration fees only.
- Applicants must not be employed by the tobacco industry.
- The applicant’s agency/organization may not be receiving monies from the tobacco industry.
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Proposed Funding Opportunity: Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System On Sept. 15, CDC will post the 2016 funding announcement to support state public health agencies in using the Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System to collect population-based data to improve programs and policies that impact maternal and infant health. Four separate components of funding are expected: core surveillance, point-in-time surveillance, a stillbirth surveillance pilot, and a family history of breast and ovarian cancer survey.