Rural Grant Resources

Tools for Writing Federal Office of Rural Health Grants

The Rural Health Office has compiled a variety of useful resources including step-by-step guides and templates to assist you as your community develops a local grant proposal. This page is intended to provide practical and useful tools for developing a proposal, such as developing a logic model and a program work plan. We will frequently update this page with other state and national resources as we find additional guides and templates.

Developing Logic Models

Logic Model Basics|
Two Common Logic Models|
W.K. Kellogg Foundation Logic Model Development Guide|
University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Logic Model Resources |

Logic Module Online Tutorial – “Enhancing Program Performance with Logic Models”

Logic Model Templates

UWEX Style Logic Model Template|
W.K Kellogg Style Logic Model Template|
Other UWEX Logic Model Templates

Identifying Evidence-Based Models

CDC´s Guide to Community Preventive Services|
Promising Practices Network|
SAMHSA´s National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices (NREPP)|
NACCHO Promising Practice Model Database|
Cochrane Collaboration|
Partnership for Prevention

Developing Work plans

Writing Good Goals|
Writing SMART Objectives|
Goals and Objectives Checklist