Deadline for Diabetes Prevention Program Funding Opportunity
Nov 25 – Nov 26 all-day
General Information

Prediabetes is a serious health condition that affects one out of three adults in the United States. Chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and stroke are leading causes of death and are of growing concern in Wyoming. Many people with prediabetes don’t even know they have it. Identifying people with these conditions and linking them to resources to improve their health can greatly improve health outcomes while preventing costly complications.

The National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP) lifestyle change program is an evidence-based program that has been demonstrated to delay or prevent the onset of diabetes for persons at-risk for type 2 diabetes. Participants who completed a DPP were one third less likely to develop type 2 diabetes even ten years after completion of the program.


Funding Opportunity Title: Diabetes Prevention Grant

Total Funding Available: $45,000.00

Maximum Award Amount: $15,000.00

Cost Sharing/Matching Requirement: No

Application Available Date: October 17, 2019

Application Due Date: November 25, 2019, 11:59 pm Mountain Standard Time

Estimated Award Date: December 16, 2019

Eligible Applicants: Wyoming organizations that are in good standing with the Wyoming Secretary of State and registered on Organizations must not currently have a CDC-recognized DPP. Any funded applicant must have a fiscal agent through which grant funds can be allocated. Awardee may serve as their own fiscal agent.

Description: This funding opportunity will assist Wyoming organizations with the implementation of a sustainable DPP. Organizations who are awarded the grant will be required to plan and implement a DPP and apply for CDC recognition of their program.

Optional Applicant Call: Applicants will have the option to participate in an optional applicant call. The call will take place on December 18, 2018 from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM Mountain Standard Time. Register in advance for the applicant call at:

Other Information: The full Request for Applications (RFA) and application package is available on the Chronic Disease Prevention Program website at: .


The application is available at the website url above.

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