The Duke Endowment is currently seeking new applications for Healthy People, Healthy Carolinas, a program to improve community health outcomes in North Carolina and South Carolina. This opportunity is designed to support up to five new or existing South Carolina community coalitions in their efforts to improve population health through:
- Applying the Collective Impact Framework;
- Enhancing community capacity to implement evidence-based interventions addressing physical activity/nutrition and early identification and prevention of chronic disease(s); and
- Monitoring performance metrics to spur improvement.
Healthy People, Healthy Carolinas is intended to drive improvement in outcomes and be transformative to community coalitions by enhancing the ability to build partnerships and applying new evidence-based approaches to optimize community health. View the complete RFP here.
Potential applicants must first participate in a one-hour webinar that provides an overview of the initiative and information about the application process. Applications will be sent only to those who participate in the webinar.
Applications are due to The Duke Endowment by 5:00 PM on July 2, 2018. Apply online here.
The Duke Endowment is working with the South Carolina Hospital Association (SCHA) to provide technical assistance for Healthy People, Healthy Carolinas. Questions? Contact Laura Cole, Manager of Care Transitions at SCHA, at 803.454.6968 or firstname.lastname@example.org.