Resources for Applicants and Grantees

Application Assistance Webinars and Eval. Consult.

The following resources support applicants to craft strong proposals and are offered in conjunction with the release of new request for proposals. These resources are optional but highly recommended as they help to clarify the application and project design processes.

  • Application assistance webinar
    Guides participants through RFP documents, tiered grant model and discusses resources available. View the July 2017 application assistance webinar. Note: Best viewed in Chrome or FireFox.
  • Project design and evaluation planning webinar
    Guides participants through shaping project goals, defining objectives, and selecting data collection tools, if applicable. View the project design and evaluation webinar.
  • Evaluation planning consultation
    Potential applicants may register for a free one-hour of evaluation consultation per project for assistance with objectives, deliverables and an evaluation plan. Participation is not considered in the review process. Note: Consultations must be requested by Tuesday, August 15 and completed by Tuesday, August 29th. Before the consultation we ask that you:
Register here for a one-hour evaluation planning consultation. 

Cancer-related Health Disparities Evidence-based Approaches Putting Public Health Evidence in Action Workshop

This one-day workshop, created by the Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network (CPCRN) with funding from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), aims to build participant’s capacity to select, adapt and implement evidence-based approaches and policies for chronic disease or cancer prevention and control.

Registration is now open for the workshop on January 29, 2018.

Date and location: The next training will be on Monday, January 29, 2018 in Eugene, Oregon.

Participants will be able to: Discuss what “evidence” means; Locate resources and use methods for collecting community assessment data; Learn how to use needs assessment data to develop goals and objectives; Know where to find resources that are evidence-based; Assess the fit of the organization to potential strategies; Discuss the balance between fidelity and adaptation; Describe steps in the adaptation process; Discuss important factors or tasks in each phase of implementation (pre-implementation, implementation, maintenance); Know how to use different evaluation methods for evidence-based programs, policies or other strategies

Who should attend?

  • Current Community Partnership Program grantees: The workshop is required for all new grantees.
  • Prospective applicants, community researchers and project leaders: We encourage Oregon-based individuals who work with community projects and/or research to participate in this training as the skills you learn will significantly enhance the quality of community-based project design and grant proposals.

Registration: Spots are limited and priority will be given to current Community Partnership Program grantees. Once full, you will be added to a wait list and notified if space opens. Maximum of two persons per organization.

Cost: This training (valued at $350 per person) is offered at no cost to you. Spots are limited and available on a first come, first served basis.

Sessions to complete prior to the workshop: After your registration is confirmed you will receive instructions on completing a short training session before the workshop, which will introduce you to the ideas, terminology and websites that will be used in the training. At the workshop we will briefly review these sessions, with time for questions and further elaboration.

Financial assistance: Financial assistance may be available if your organization is unable to fund your travel costs. 

Sign up now for the workshop on January 29, 2018.

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Regional Grant Information Sessions

Throughout the year, the Community Partnership Program team will be traveling across Oregon to share information about the program's mission, application process and resources available to all applicants and grantees. To learn more or request a meeting in your community,