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Diabetes Prevention and Management Funding

Prevention Forward Program (October 2018 through June 2023)

In 2018, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Chronic Disease Control Branch (CDCB) received federal funding for a five-year Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) grant "Improving the Health of Americans Through Prevention and Management of Diabetes and Heart Disease and Stroke" NU58DP006540, known in California as "Prevention Forward" (1815). The funding term is September 30, 2018, through June 29, 2023.

Prevention Forward's diabetes prevention component includes $1,356,623 in Year 1 (State Fiscal Year [SFY] 2018/19) and $1,658,095 annually in Years 2-5 (SFYs 2019/20-2022/23).

CDPH sub-awards this diabetes-specific funding to four local health departments in high need counties in California, two regional health centers, and five local agencies to implement diabetes prevention and management interventions as well as diabetes-specific technical training and assistance at the local level.

The funded counties for Prevention Forward are Fresno, Madera, Merced, and Monterey. The funded community clinics are University of California (UC), Davis and Dignity Health – Northridge Hospital Medical Center. The funded local agencies are Touro University, UC Berkeley Right Care Initiative, Vision y Compromiso (Community Health Workers), Intrepid Ascent (Health Information Technology), and Asare Research and Development LLC (Cultural Humility). For more information on Prevention Forward program strategies, please visit the Prevention Forward webpage.

Diabetes Awareness and Outreach Campaign (July 2018 through June 2020)

CDPH's CDCB received $2,500,000 dollars from the California Budget Act 2018 to develop and implement a Diabetes Awareness and Outreach Campaign through June 2020.

Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health

CDPH's Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health California Diabetes and Pregnancy Program's (CDAPP) Sweet Success Program implements the Sweet Success program. From SFY 2018/19 to SFY 2021/2022 the program was funded $200,000 by the Maternal and Child Health Services Title V Block Grant.

The table below illustrates the breakdown of funding received and expended by CDPH from SFY 2016/17 through SFY 2021/22 related to diabetes prevention and management.

Funding Year: SFY 2021/22

ProgramFundingExpenditures
Prevention Forward

$1,658,095

CDC Diabetes-specific funding

$0
Sweet Success Program

$200,000

Maternal and Child Health Title V Block Grant

$0
Total$1,858,095$0

 

Funding Year: SFY 2020/21

ProgramFundingExpenditures
Prevention Forward

$1,658,095

CDC Diabetes-specific funding

State Operations:
$887,580

Local Assistance:
$193,997

Sweet Success Program

$200,000

Maternal and Child Health Title V Block Grant

$200,000

 

Total$1,858,095$1,281,577

 

Funding Year: SFY 2019/20

ProgramFundingExpenditures
Prevention Forward

$1,658,094

CDC Diabetes-specific funding

State Operations:
$1,047,714

Local Assistance:
$216,421

Diabetes Awareness and Outreach Campaign

$2,414,658

Budget Act 2018 provided $2,500,000

$2,414,658
Sweet Success Program

$200,000

Maternal and Child Health Title V Block Grant

$200,000

 

Total$4,272,752$3,878,793

 

Funding Year: SFY 2018/19

ProgramFundingExpenditures
Prevention Forward

$1,356,623

CDC Diabetes-specific funding

State Operations:
$605,792

Local Assistance:
$0

Diabetes Awareness and Outreach Campaign

$85,342

Budget Act 2018 provided $2,500,000

$85,342
Sweet Success Program

$200,000

Maternal and Child Health Title V Block Grant

 $200,000
 Total$1,641,965  $891,134

 

Funding Year: SFY 2017/18

ProgramFundingExpenditures
Prevention First
 

$1,473,438

CDC Diabetes-specific funding

State Operations:
$988,438

Local Assistance:
$485,000

Lifetime of Wellness

$1,760,000

CDC Diabetes-specific funding

State Operations:
$259,997

Local Assistance:
$1,500,003

Sweet Success Program
 

$200,000

Maternal and Child Health Title V Block Grant

$200,000
 Total$3,433,438$3,433,438

 

Funding Year: SFY 2016/17

ProgramFundingExpenditures
Prevention First

$1,488,900

CDC Diabetes-specific funding

State Operations:
$1,013,900

Local Assistance:
$475,000

Lifetime of Wellness

$1,760,000

CDC Diabetes-specific funding

State Operations:
$259,997

Local Assistance:
$1,500,003

Sweet Success Program
 

$200,000

Maternal and Child Health Title V Block Grant

$200,000
Total$3,448,900$3,448,900




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