Mississippi Diabetes Self-Management Education Support Subgrant
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Mississippi State Department of Health
The Mississippi State Department of Health will provide
grants to provide training and capacity development to
allow organizations in Mississippi to be recognized and
certified by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) and
the Association of Diabetes Care and Education
Specialists (ADCES). The program purpose is to reduce
health inequity in areas with limited or no access to
evidence‐based diabetes education, which include rural
communities without a recognized or accredited Diabetes
Self‐Management Education and Support (DSMES) program and
populations that experience high rates of Type 2
diabetes, its complications, and diabetes‐related deaths.
- Support for administrative staff
- ADCES Membership
- Conference/webinar registration fees
- ADA and/or ADCES approved training registration fees
- Curriculum and educational materials
- Outreach materials
- Accreditation/recognition application fee
Eligible applicants include for‐profit, nonprofit,
government, or other organizations and agencies in
Mississippi with knowledge of and experience with
providing diabetes education services.
Amount of funding
Award amounts are not stated.
Awardees will also receive technical assistance.
A link to the application is available when applications
are being accepted.
Diabetes · Health disparities · Health workforce education and training · Licensure and certification of health professionals · Mississippi
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