Ohio Department of Health (ODH), Division of Prevention and Health Promotion, Bureau of Healthy Ohio
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Grants starting at $30,000 are available to Ohio entities to promote health and well-being in their communities, particularly by addressing risk factors for chronic disease and premature mortality. Programs should endeavor to work with social systems and the environment to change individual behavior, thereby affecting the overall health of the community. In addition, programs should take a community-based approach within the following settings: schools, the general community (including the built environment), healthcare, and work sites.
This funding opportunity is a continuation grant for previous Creating Healthy Community grantees. For purposes of this CHCP RFP, the three (3) risk factors are: nutrition/obesity, physical activity, and tobacco use/exposure. Proposals must address three (3) strategies for each priority community need; two (2) strategies should be from the Healthy Eating & Active Living section and one (1) strategy chosen from the Tobacco-Free Living section. Strategies from the Clinical and Preventive Services section are optional.
GrantWatch ID#: 130029
No grant award will be issued for less than $30,000.
1/1/2013 - 12/31/2013
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