Apply Now for Evidence-Based Program Review
Letters of Intent due August 18, 2017
The Evidence-Based Program application identifies new community programs that meet the criteria established by the Administration for Community Living(ACL) and Administration on Aging (AoA) for evidence-based programs funded through the Older Americans Act (OAA) Title III-D.
The ACL-funded National Chronic Disease Self-Management Education Resource Center, based at the National Council on Aging (NCOA), is overseeing this process in partnership with the Evidence-Based Leadership Council (EBLC). Together, NCOA and EBLC are establishing a review council to conduct the assessments of programs submitted through this application process. The council will consist of national leaders with expertise in program research, evaluation, and implementation.
To prepare for the applications that will be submitted through this process, NCOA and EBLC are requesting letters of intent from those that plan to submit programs for review. This is not a required part of the process, but highly encouraged.
Visit the NCOA Evidence-Based Program Application Form: Request for Letters of Intent section for more information.