Chronic Disease Prevention
How do we create a culture of health in our communities? What does a community look like, when all the factors that influence a person’s overall health and well-being are met? From education to recreation, the social determinants that we strive to address in public health – those conditions in which people are born, live, work, and age – are opportunities to create a healthier, more equitable future for all.
Through policy, practice, and partnership models, NACCHO’s work in chronic disease engages local health departments in building their capacity to implement, evaluate, and sustain evidence- and practice-based chronic disease prevention activities in their communities. Public health is the work we do together as a society to ensure the conditions in which everyone can make healthy choices and lead fulfilling lives, and NACCHO supports health departments’ initiatives to promote community health and wellness for all.
Improving Social Determinants of Health - Getting Further Faster
National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) and the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) are partnering to award a maximum of $50,000 to up to 50 community multi-sector partnerships and/or coalitions who have successfully implemented strategies in the five SDoH domains. Please apply using the link below.
For questions about this opportunity, email email@example.com.
Improving Social Determinants of Health – Getting Further Faster Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Sheet (Last Updated 11/20/2020)
These are responses to questions received about the grant opportunity, Improving Social Determinants of Health – Getting Further Faster. This FAQ document will be updated as relevant additional questions are received by ASTHO and NACCHO: Getting Further Faster RFP FAQs.
Questions? E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Informational Webinar Recording
The recording for this opportunity's information webinar may be found here: https://bit.ly/32H9tn4
The following are contract and budgeting templates that may be used for NACCHO and some ASTHO projects.
Food Service Guidelines
Implementing food service guidelines can make a significant impact on community health.