Funding & Support

IPHI works with government, philanthropic, and civic partners to support funding, support, and capacity for local collaborations across Illinois and across the country. Currently, IPHI works with both the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to support funding to local partners and collaborations through the DASH, ISPAN, and Chicago CARES initiatives.

Contact Samantha Lasky, Program Associate, for more information.

Current funding opportunities:

Chicago CARES Diabetes Prevention Program funding opportunity: The Chicago Collaboration to Advance Reach Equity and Systems (CARES) to prevent diabetes announces a request for proposals (RFP) to expand access to evidence based diabetes prevention programs in Chicago. Chicago CARES is funded by a $6 million, five year grant from the CDC and is a partnership between the Chicago Department of Public Health and the Illinois Public Health Institute. Chicago CARES aims to reduce racial, ethnic and socio-economic disparities in diabetes outcomes by expanding access to high-quality CDC recognized lifestyle change programs (commonly known as the Diabetes Prevention Program, or DPP) for low-income, African American, and Latinx adults in Chicago. In addition, Chicago CARES is working to advance systems and policies to support access and expansion of the DPP.

Request for Proposal
Application
Frequently Asked Questions

For additional questions please contact Rebeca Gordenstein at ChicagoCARESRFP@iphionline.org