Is funding for new projects only?

Building workforce on existing programs that increase access to care and linkages to care, reduce barriers to an identified community gap, and have measurable metrics of health improvement are applicable. For example, an existing program currently serving patients for chronic health issues like diabetes with ongoing care and education, and applicant is needing to add staffing, hours, days, or special event locations for additional program appointments with measurable improvement.  

Funding can be used to supplement increases in services but not to supplant existing funding sources that improved service.  

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1. Where do I get a public health grant application?
2. When are applications accepted?
3. Can I submit more than one application?
4. Is a logic model required with all applications?
5. Is funding for new projects only?
6. What is the award limit?
7. If awarded, how will the funds be given?