Monday, July 17, 2017

Funding Announcement: Amendment 35 Grant Programs

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Prevention Services Division is pleased to announce the release of two new Request for Applications (RFAs):

  • State Tobacco Education, Prevention and Cessation Grants Program (STEPP) FY 19-21 Innovative Interventions RFA
  • Cancer Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Disease (CCPD) Grants Program FY 19 RFA

New - STEPP FY19-21 Innovative Interventions RFA Release



STEPP announces the release of the FY 19-21 Innovative Interventions Request for Applications (RFA) on July 17, 2017. The purpose of the RFA is to fund innovative approaches to addressing tobacco related inequities, with a focus on interventions that reach the remaining 15 percent of Colorado adults who smoke.

The initiatives funded through this RFA will focus on reaching and engaging priority populations with tailored approaches where they live, work, play, and receive medical and social services. You can find the full RFA announcement here.


Applicant webinar:

July 19, 2017, 2 - 3 p.m.
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Call in: 720-279-0026 locally or 1-877-820-7831 toll-free
Participant passcode: 897463#.


Details of the program’s complete FY 19-21 funding portfolio, including additional future funding announcements, can be found on the STEPP website.

New - CCPD Grants Program FY19 RFA Release



The CCPD Grants Program announces the release of the FY19 Competitive Grants Request for Applications (RFA) on July 17, 2017. The purpose of the RFA is to reduce chronic disease in Colorado by providing a comprehensive approach that focuses on prevention, early detection and treatment for cancer, cardiovascular disease and chronic pulmonary disease.  


The initiatives funded through this RFA will focus on further improving the health of Coloradans by building capacity and support for the implementation of chronic disease prevention and health promotion. This funding opportunity aims to fund organizations/agencies/collaborations across Colorado that will:
  1. Focus on further reducing chronic disease in Colorado, specifically in populations most burdened by cancer, cardiovascular and pulmonary disease;
  2. Put into practice evidence-based strategies and/or evidence-informed innovative approaches that advance the strategic direction of the CCPD Grants Program.


The deadline for application submission is September 15, 2017. Details of the funding opportunity and application materials may be found here.


Applicant webinar:
July 19, 2017,  3 - 4 p.m.
Login here
Call in: 720-279-0026 locally or 1-877-820-7831 toll-free
Participant passcode: 425524#.

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