Preconception Health in Minnesota Grant Projects
The Preconception Health (PCH) Grant Projects began in 2012. The goal of the preconception health grant program is to improve preconception health and care for non-pregnant, reproductive age women and their partners in Minnesota, through support of evidence-based preconception health practices and programs that prevent and/or reduce the risk for birth defects. A priority audience for this grant is women of reproductive age experiencing racial and ethnic disparities in health status.
The new Request For Proposal, National Diabetes Prevention Program - Preconception Health for Women, has been posted. Applications are due by Monday, March 27th, 2017. If you plan to apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Download the Request for Proposal (WORD)
- RFP Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)
- Sample Grant Agreement for CHB's (PDF)
- Sample Grant Agreement for non-CHB's (PDF)
- Sample Grant Agreement for Tribal Governments (PDF)
To learn more about the 2014-2016 grantees, including goals and links to websites, please view the 2014-16 PCH Grant Projects Fact Sheet (PDF).