With support from The Rockefeller Foundation, CHLPI is offering one year of in-depth, pro bono technical assistance (TA) to two community organizations, nonprofits, coalitions, or local, state, and tribal government entities across the United States interested in implementing and scaling state-level Food is Medicine policy (e.g., Medicaid Section 1115 demonstration waivers, state-funded pilot programs, etc.). CHLPI will help each TA grantee build a solid, community-based foundation for concrete policy change.
Applications are due on July 31, 2023. CHLPI will contact finalists for a virtual interview and will announce final decisions by August 25, 2023. Click the button below for further details and application instructions. Please feel free to forward this opportunity to your networks.