CDC Community Transformation Grant (CTG)
The CDC Community Transformation Grant (CTG) was a national chronic disease and health status assessment project, funded through the North Dakota Department of Health. CDC-CTG ceased operation as of September 2014.
- Conduct a statewide assessment of available infrastructure, partnerships, and policies that support healthy living in North Dakota.
- Gather county-level information regarding health status and the burden of chronic disease.
- Measure the readiness of a community to pilot potential activities and programs within these categories: tobacco-free living, healthy activity and nutrition, and clinical prevention services.
- Plan for implementation of needed programs within communities.
- Work with statewide stakeholders and establish partnerships for sustainable program initiatives.
Most Recent Publications
Community Engagement Toolkit
This toolkit is designed to assist groups and individuals throughout North Dakota in engaging their community to make a difference through a collaborative process.Author(s): Knauf, T.
Date: March 2015
- Chronic Disease Assessment Report for North Dakota
An assessment of policies and programs that address chronic disease in North Dakota.Author(s): Massmann, N., Gibbens, B., Peterson, M., and Quinn, R.
Date: February 2014
Most Recent Presentations
- The Rural Community Health Equity Model
Presented by Gibbens, B. on Sep 25, 2013 at the CDC-CTG site visit meeting, Bismarck, North Dakota