Flexible fund guidelines: Chronic Disease Prevention and Service Improvement Flexible Fund

The Chronic Disease Prevention and Service Improvement Fund is an initiative administered by the Department of Health to support initiatives that address the rising burden of chronic disease.

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Introduction

The Chronic Disease Prevention and Service Improvement Fund (the Fund) is an Australian Government initiative administered by the Department of Health (the Department) designed to support activities that address the rising burden of chronic disease.

The government committed to establish 18 Flexible Funds as part of the 2011-12 Federal Budget. The Chronic Disease Prevention and Service Improvement Fund is one of the 18 funds that came into operation from 1 July 2011.

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