Advancing Student and Staff Health with COVID-19 Relief Funding, authored by the School Superintendents’ Association, FutureEd, Healthy Schools Campaign, and Kaiser Permanente, provides guiding principles that school districts can use to make student and staff health a priority in plans for using COVID-19 relief funding.
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has announced the School-based service sites (SBSS) funding opportunity. This is the $5 million that was included in the year-end COVID relief bill.
Fiscal year (FY) 2021 School-Based Service Sites (SBSS) funding is available for Health Center Program award recipients on a competitive basis. SBSS funding will expand access to health center services by increasing the number of patients who access comprehensive primary health care services through Health Center Program service delivery sites located at schools.
Health centers will accomplish this by:
- adding new Health Center Program service delivery sites at schools, or
- expanding comprehensive primary health care services at existing Health Center Program service delivery sites located at schools.
One-time funding will be available in year 1 for equipment purchases and minor alterations and renovations (A/R) (with or without equipment purchases).
Your application must demonstrate how you will use SBSS funds in your current service area to increase the number of patients served at school-based service sites by adding or expanding one or more of the following services:
- General primary medical care,
- Mental health,
- Substance use disorder,
- Oral health,
- Vision, and/or
- Enabling services.
- 25 awards of $200,000
- Live TA webinar on March 2nd https://bphc.hrsa.gov/program-opportunities/school-based-service-expansion (PPT & pre-recorded webinar already posted for viewing)
- Application due March 22
Full application package link: https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=331608
The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) is announcing a new competitive funding opportunity to improve youth sexual health care. The Adolescent Health program at DOH is looking for organizations who provide youth sexual health services, strengthen linkages and referrals to youth sexual health services, and/or educate youth about sexual health services.
Read the full RFP by looking at the Public Bid Calendar on WEBS and filtering the search to display opportunities from the Department of Health. Applications are due on February 8, 2021 and as a reminder organizations must be registered in WEBS to apply.
See detailed information below:
Title: Network Implementation Sites To Improve Youth Sexual Health
Description: The purpose of this Solicitation is to select 6-10 of the most qualified contractors to be an implementation site for a statewide network dedicated to improving youth sexual health care. Contractors will work in partnership with Washington State Department of Health (DOH) and Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (NPAIHB) to improve youth sexual health care in their communities; in particular, youth from historically marginalized and underserved populations.
Customer Reference Number: DOH-RFP25858-0
Close Date: Monday, February 8, 2021
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HRSA’s P4 Challenge invites applicants to propose and implement innovative approaches to increase access to and utilization of well-child visits and/or immunization services within primary care settings.
Vaccinations and well-child visits help prevent outbreaks of childhood diseases. Recent CDC data show that fewer children got vaccines on time this year compared to last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The P4 Challenge invites applicants to propose and implement innovative approaches to increase access to and utilization of well-child visits and/or immunizations services within primary care settings.
Innovative approaches in Phase 1 should aim to increase a key pediatric health performance measure such as:
- Number of well-child visits (number of visits/number of children in the target population)
- Well-child visit disparities (comparing measures across two or more subpopulations)
- Doses administered of specific vaccines; coverage of the primary pediatric vaccination series (for example, number of MMR vaccines given/number of children 12-18 months in the target population)
- Disparities within the community on a specific immunization metric (comparing measure across two or more subpopulations)
In Phase 1 of the P4 Challenge, up to 50 applicants will receive $10,000 to deploy the proposed approach in Phase 2.
DECEMBER 15, 2020: Phase 1 opens
JANUARY 15, 2020: Webinar to support registered and potential teams develop their approaches. Register here
JANUARY 19, 2021: Submissions begin: Submit your application to MCHBP4Challenge@hrsa.gov
MARCH 15, 2021: Phase 1 Submissions due
APRIL 2021: Phase 1 Winners announced, prize money distributed, and Phase 2 begins
SEPTEMBER 2021: Phase 2 performance results and program progress reports submitted for Phase 2 judging
OCTOBER 2021: Phase 2 Winners announced
Molina is launching their Community Innovation Fund (Molina Fund), a $1 Million per year responsive grant application opportunity available to nonprofit organizations that provide health related services to Medicaid beneficiaries in their Integrated Managed Care Regions (this includes all regional service areas in the state that have already implemented Integrated Managed Care at this time, this includes: Southwest, North Central, King, Pierce, Spokane, Greater Columbia & North Sound.