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Prevention Rapid Response Network Alert: December 21, 2015

Clarification on Third Year of PICH Funding in FY 2016

Here’s some end-of-the-year cheer: It appears that funding will still be available to support the third year of PICH work despite initial reports to the contrary.

More specifically, the omnibus spending bill’s accompanying explanatory report states: “To lessen the disruption during PICH close out, the agreement directs CDC to shift fiscal year 2016 continuation costs to specific chronic disease budget lines for current activities of grantees, such as cities, counties, tribal grantees, and nongovernmental organizations.”

We will share more details on the implications of the above language as they emerge in the new year.

Jan. 27 Webinar: Stepping Up to Make a Difference: The Vital Role of Anchor Institutions in Community Health Improvement

The American Public Health Association, Prevention Institute, Public Health Institute, Trust for America’s Health and co-sponsors host the second webinar series on seizing new opportunities to engage multiple sectors in community health and prevention. Register here.

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