Managing Agency Indian Health Service

Program Description

The SDPI grant program provides funding for diabetes treatment and prevention activities/ services in AI/AN communities. Grantees will implement activities/services based on diabetes-related community needs and be required to develop an evaluation plan. Activities/services will be aimed at reducing the risk of diabetes in at-risk individuals, providing high quality care to those with diagnosed diabetes, and reducing the complications of diabetes.

General Program Requirements

To be eligible for this SDPI grant program, applicants must be a Federally-recognized Indian Tribe, a Tribal/urban organization, or an IHS health care facility. Additional eligibility criteria will be defined in a future Funding Opportunity Announcement anticipated to be released in FY 2020, provided funding is available for this purpose.

Your Next Steps

The following information will lead you to the next steps to apply for this program.

Application Process

The next application process for the SDPI grant program is anticipated to begin in FY 2020 (with a start date in FY 2021) and will be based on funding availability. An eligible applicant will be able to access the Funding Opportunity Announcement and apply for the SDPI Grant Program via the website.

Program Contact Information

Ann Bullock, MD
Director, Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention, OCPS

Additional Information

Entities Eligible for Grant AssistanceFederally Recognized Tribes and Tribal Organizations, Other Tribal and Native Entities
Current Method of Tribal EligibilityProgram Only for Tribes/Native Organizations
Do Tribes compete with other entities for funding from the program?No
Type of Assistance ProvidedGrant
Recurring Base Funding for TribesNo
Funding TypeDiscretionary
Can the funding from the program be renewedNo

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