PPHF - 2012 - Empowering Older Adults and Adults with Disabilities through Chronic Disease Self-Management Education Programs financed by 2012 Prevention and Public Health Funds (PPHF-2012)

The overall purpose of this funding opportunity is to help ensure that evidence-based self-management education programs are embedded into the nations health and long-term services and supports systems.

This effort will help preserve and expand the prevention program distribution and delivery

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systems that were developed through previous AoA Evidence-Based Disease and Disability Prevention Program and Recovery Act CDSMP grants.

This funding opportunity is supportive of the HHS Strategic Framework on Multiple Chronic Conditions in bringing to scale and enhancing sustainability of evidence-based, self-management programs.

It also helps to address the Healthy People 2020 objectives to increase the proportion of older adults with one or more chronic health conditions who report confidence in managing their conditions and to increase the proportion of older adults who receive Medicare benefits for Diabetes Self-Management Training.

This funding opportunity is designed to achieve the following two major goals:
Goal 1:
Significantly increase the number of older and/or disabled adults with chronic conditions who complete evidence-based CDSME programs to maintain or improve their health status.

Goal 2:
Strengthen and expand integrated, sustainable service systems within States to provide evidence-based CDSME programs.

Agency: Department of Health and Human Services

Office: Administration on Aging

Estimated Funding: $8,450,000

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1.Eligible Applicants Eligible applicants include State Units on Aging and State Public Health departments in all U. S. states and territories; however, priority consideration will be given to: " The State Units on Aging and State Public Health departments within the 48 U. S. states and territories that previously received and successfully completed either an AoA Evidence-Based Disease and Disability Prevention Grant or a Recovery Act Communities Putting Prevention to Work CDSMP grant.

" Among the 47 Recovery Act CDSMP grantees, agencies that successfully reached their CDSMP completer target goal by 3/30/12.

"Agencies that have made substantial progress towards developing sustainable financing strategies to continue to offer CDSME programs beyond the grant period.

Only one application will be accepted from each state or territory.

Full Opportunity Web Address:

Heather Wileyheather.wiley@aoa.hhs.gov

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