CDC-RFA-CE23-2301 Domestic Violence Prevention Enhancement and Leadership Through Alliances (DELTA)




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Grant Alert! The US Centers for Disease Control has a new opportunity, CDC-RFA-CE23-2301Domestic Violence Prevention Enhancement and Leadership Through Alliances (DELTA): Achieving Health Equity through Addressing Disparities (AHEAD) due November 29, 2022. The purpose of DELTA AHEAD is to decrease risk factors and increase protective factors for Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and address Social Determinants of Health (SDoH). State Domestic Violence Coalitions (SDVCs) are required to address SDoH at the community and societal levels of the Social Ecological Model (SEM) using evidence-informed strategies and adaptations to those strategies (including adaptations for prevention during a pandemic). SDVCs will 1) implement IPV primary prevention strategies to promote health equity at the state and community levels, 2) partner with rural communities and/or indigenous communities, and 3) develop or enhance a State Action Plan (SAP) and a Community Action Plan (CAP) that demonstrates how each Program and Policy Effort (PPE) work comprehensively to address SDoH.


Grant Snapshot


Who’s Eligible to Apply?

An organization must: (1) be a State Domestic Violence Coalition; and (2) include representatives of pertinent sectors of the local community, which may include: (A) health care providers and State or local health departments; (B) the education community; (C) the faith-based community; (D) the criminal justice system; (E) family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence service program advocates; (F) human service entities such as State child services divisions; (G) business and civic leaders; (H) other pertinent sectors. For a list of HHS-designated State Domestic Violence Coalitions,


How Much Money is Available?

$45,000,000


How Much Can I ask for?

$250,000-$500,000 per year


How Many Awards?

22


Period of Performance

March 01, 2023, to February 28, 2028 (5 years)


When is the Grant Due?

Letter of Intent due date 10/15/22

Webinar Oct 17, 22, 02:00 PM

Grants.gov due date is 11/29/22


Program Priorities Areas


Domestic Violence

Prevention Coalition




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