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Utilize the filter features below to search for open grant opportunities offered by the Department. All applications will be processed through our new cloud based Electronic Grants Administration & Management System (EGrAMS). Please visit idphgrants.com to register and access grant applications.  Please review our EGrAMS Training Materials for instructional guides and materials or contact the EGrAMS helpdesk at DPH.GrantReview@illinois.gov.

Lead Poisoning Case Management 2017
Office of Health Protection

Local Health Department (LHD) will provide case management services for children identified with a confirmed blood lead level of 10 micrograms per deciliter or greater. In conjunction with the case management, the LHD will participate in public awareness and education campaigns regarding lead poisoning prevention.

Additional Documents: None Submission Date and Time: Saturday, December 31, 2016 - 17:00
Lead Poisoning Case Mgt with Environmental Investigations 2017
Office of Health Protection

Local Health Department (LHD) will provide case management services for children identified with a confirmed blood lead level of 10 micrograms per deciliter or greater. In conjunction with the case management, the LHD will participate in public awareness and education campaigns regarding lead poisoning prevention. Additionally, the LHD will complete an environmental investigation and provide follow-up services for children according the Lead Poisoning Prevention Code.

Additional Documents: None Submission Date and Time: Friday, March 31, 2017 - 23:45
Illinois Wisewoman Program 2017
Office of Women's Health

Illinois WISEWOMAN Program (IWP) grants are available to existing IWP Lead Agency grantees to provide cardiovascular disease screening and follow-up services to eligible participants of the Illinois Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (IBCCP).  In order to qualify as an IWP Lead Agency, the organization must also administer the IBCCP.

Additional Documents: None Submission Date and Time: Friday, June 17, 2016 - 17:00
Prison Project 2017
Office of Health Protection

The goal of the Juvenile Re-entry events is public safety through reduced recidivism and provides HIV testing and linkage to care. The events provide community expos of services and support to encourage and supply those reentering into society with the tools needed to become crime-free responsible members of society. The Juvenile Re-entry event is an invitation only event for those local Juvenile parolees in each community. The event is designed to bring the community together, gather all the resources available, and put them under one roof in providing a one-stop environment where parolees can obtain the necessary assistance to move past the barriers which prevent them from success.

Additional Documents: None Submission Date and Time: Friday, May 27, 2016 - 17:00
Local Health Protection Grant FY 2017
Office of Health Protection

The Local Health Protection Grant (LHPG) provides funding to certified local health departments to ensure that basic levels of protection for Illinois residents are maintained at the community level for infectious diseases, food protection, safety of the potable water supply, and private sewage disposal.

Additional Documents: None Submission Date and Time: Friday, June 3, 2016 - 17:00
Immunization Coverage Levels 2016
Office of Health Protection

The Illinois Department of Public Health Office of Health Protection is accepting applications from selected organizations who are established public health partners who have collaborated with the Department within the last decade to address shared concerns to educate health care providers and the public about the safety and value of an immunized population. These organizations, with varied member populations and expanded outreach capacities utilizing a variety of evidence-based strategies, will continue to collaborate with IDPH to deploy initiatives and programs to support positive and informed communications and increase vaccination coverage levels among health care providers, health facilities, schools, parents, and community members.

Additional Documents: None Submission Date and Time: Friday, May 6, 2016 - 23:00
Hospital Preparedness - Crisis Standards of Care 2016
Office of Preparedness and Response

The primary purpose of this grant is to actively engage community participants in the development of the Illinois plan for Crisis Standards of Care.

Additional Documents: None Submission Date and Time: Monday, March 21, 2016 - 18:00
ACO Care Coordination Initiatives - 2016
Office of Policy, Planning and Statistics

Rural Affordability Care Organization (ACO) initiatives provide shared savings based on quality and efficiency goals.

Additional Documents: None Submission Date and Time: Monday, February 29, 2016 - 17:00
Tuberculosis Education and Training Support 2016
Office of Health Protection

The Illinois Chapter of the American Lung Association will use the Tuberculosis (TB) Education and Training Support Grant to assist the Illinois Department of Public Health TB Control Program (Program) with conducting necessary education and training for practitioners, including nurses, physicians, laboratorians, infection control practitioners, and public health professionals who are responsible for the control, prevention, and elimination of TB in Illinois.  The Program develops education and training plans as part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) TB Cooperative Agreement Grant which details many education/training activities and strategies intended to improve the TB knowledge of local TB programs and other public health professions. The 2016 Tuberculosis Education and Training Support Grant expands on the role of the ALA to include enhanced support for TB education and training, compared to the 2015 grant.  For example, the 2016 TETS grant will include support for web-based TB training and education capacity.  Enhancements to the role of ALA will include development and implementation of the TB 101, facilitation and management of video directly observed therapy (DOT), and assistance in educational efforts to specific population with high risk of developing TB disease.

Additional Documents: None Submission Date and Time: Monday, February 22, 2016 - 17:00
Human Papillomavirus Prevention Project 2016
Office of Health Protection

The IDPH Immunization Section is requesting applications from 2-3 public health partner organizations with large healthcare provider member populations and one immunization advocacy agency to continue to collaborate with the Department to educate health care providers and the public about the cancer prevention capacities of the human Papillomavirus vaccine and the safety and value of an immunized population.  

Additional Documents: None Submission Date and Time: Friday, March 18, 2016 - 17:00

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