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Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Treatment Funding



The South Dakota Department of Health is pleased to announce a funding opportunity, the Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Treatment funding.  This funding opportunity is intended to support strategies that have a focus on prevention, treatment and/or management of cardiovascular disease. This may include chronic care coordination programs, care transition programs, self-measured blood pressure screening program, social determinants of health screening, etc. Successful applicants will be awarded up to $60,000, with a minimum of $15,000.

Applications must be submitted by October 31, 2023. All funds must be expended by May 31, 2024. For more information you can contact Brianne Holbeck,

Grant Award

Up to $60,000 per location with a minimum of $15,000.  $1,000 of budget can be used to purchase blood pressure cuffs.

Important Dates

Application Released: September 5, 2023
Application Due Date: October 31, 2023

Grant Application Information

View full instructions and grant application.

All awarded initiatives would be developed and implemented with assistance from the 1815 team. 1815 team consists of experts from South Dakota Foundation for Medical Care (SDFMC) and SD Department of Health who have knowledge and experience related to 1) data, workflow, process analysis, 2) strategic plan development and implementation, 3) PDSA (Plan, Do, Study, Act) cycles, and 4) policy and protocol development. Additional partners may be utilized as needed. All team members are available to awarded facilities as a resource for accepted activities at no cost to the awarded.

Applications are due via electronic submission to

Primary Contact: Brianne Holbeck, Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Coordinator, South Dakota Department of Health 606-367-7207
Primary Contact Email and Phone:  | 606-367-7207