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NEW! State of Oregon, Oregon Health Authority, Office of Equity and Inclusion and Office of Disease Prevention and Epidemiology Issues the Following Request for Grant Proposals for Regional Coalitions for Health Equity: Partnerships and Policy to Improve Health for All

RFGP # 3674

Applications Due by: 3:00 P.M. Local Time, December 2, 2013 at the Issuing Office

Issuing Office: OHA Office of Contracts and Procurement (OC&P)
Colin Murphy, Procurement and Contracts Specialist
421 Oak Street, Suite 775
Portland, Oregon 97204

Phone: 971-673-2834
Fax: 971-673-2315

Email: Colin.Murphy@dhsoha.state.or.us

Eligible applicants include local public health authorities, nonprofit social service providers, health care organizations, public health research organizations, and non-traditional partners such as businesses, economic development organizations, private funders, and faith-based organizations. Local public health authorities play a key role in community health and can lead or participate in regional coalitions. When not leading, local public health authorities are key partners and stakeholders, who may provide data and identify best practices, policy, system and environmental change to improve health.

OHA anticipates awarding no more than three (3) Grant Agreements of up to $130,000 each,
for the period of November 1, 2013 to October 31, 2014.

OHA will award grant(s) ("Grant(s)") to fund the establishment of up to three (3) RHECs which are coordinated, collaborative groups organized at a regional level to address issues that create inequities in health and social well-being, identify policy, system and environmental changes, and craft and implement strategies and policies to increase equity and address the social determinants of health through the transformation of Oregon health systems, coordinated care organizations and other policy avenues. The focus of the work of RHECs is to organize communities historically barred access from decision making tables.
For more information, please read the RFP.
Please contact Colin Murphy at Colin.Murphy@dhsoha.state.or.us with any questions or concerns.
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This document can be provided upon request in an alternate format for individuals with disabilities or in a language other than English for people with limited English skills. To request this form in another format or language, please contact Rebecca Naga at Rebecca.A.Naga@state.or.us or ph 971-673-1283.

(Past) The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) seeks proposals from nonprofit organizations to conduct mental health education and outreach in the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the following 22 states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Washington, West Virginia, and Wyoming. Organizations with experience in addressing mental health disparities are encouraged to apply. The deadline for submitting questions about the solicitation is June 21, 2013. The proposal deadline is August 22, 2013.

Important Dates

June 4, 2013, 10:00 AM (ET): Solicitation posted
June 21, 2013: Deadline for submitting inquiries
July 23, 2013: Response to inquiries posted
August 22, 2013: Proposals due
End of 2013: Outreach Partner selection
January 2014: Outreach Partner awards announced

For more details, see the solicitation on the NIMH Outreach Partnership Program webpage at: http://www.nimh.nih.gov/outreach/partnership-program/solicitation-process/outreach-partners-solicitation-process.shtml

Thank you,
The BRSS TACS Team

NEW! The Affordable Care Act creates a number of new grant opportunities - here are links to the grant centers for agencies administering relevant grants; you can also search Grants.gov.

  1. CDC National Public Health Improvement Initiative Grants (NPHII)
  2. Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight Grants
  3. Administration for Children and Families Grants (ACF)
  4. Administration on Aging Grants (AOA)
  5. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
  6. Health Resources and Services Administration Grants (HRSA)
  7. Indian Health Service Grants (IHS)
  8. National Institutes of Health Grants (NIH)
  9. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Grants (SAMHSA)

Grants.Gov
This is a power-house of federal grant opportunities. There are quite a few ways to search for opportunities, by category, agency and sub-agency, keyword and more. Start in the advanced search screen for the best results. Advanced Search

Federal SAMHSA Grants
SAMHSA is a sub-agency of the federal US Department of Health and Human Services agency. SAMHSA stands for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Agency. Their headquarters is in Rockville, Maryland near Washington D.C. SAMHSA usually has multiple grant opportunities supporting recovery and peer delivered services.

Council of State Governments Justice Center, National Reentry Resource Center - Funding Resources

2013 BJA Grant

White House Faith-Based & Neighborhood Partnership Grants

Oregon Community Foundation
Did you know that the Oregon Community Foundation has over $2 Billion in assets, making it the 6th largest community foundation among the 50 states in the USA? Many people have donated funds, including "Donor-Advised Funds" describing how they wish the money to be spent, while others have donated "Discretionary Funds" without restriction(s).

Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Funds and Grants

Oregon Humanities Grants

Oregon Film Grants

Oregon Arts Commission published opportunities

Oregon Grants featured on FundsNetServices

Oregon Grants featured on GrantWatch

Grants by the State of Oregon featured on GrantWatch

Foundation Center's Foundation Finder
Features a running list of new RFPs (Requests for Proposals).
You can access this incredible resource at the following locations in Oregon:
  Portland: Multnomah County Library
  Eugene: Eugene Public Library and University of Oregon
  North Bend/Coos Bay: North Bend Public Library
  Roseburg: Umpqua Community College Library
  Klamath Falls: Oregon Institute of Technology Library
  Ontario: Ontario Community Library

Oregon's Top Foundations by The Grantsmanship Center
Features links and information on:
  Oregon's Top Giving Foundations
  Community Foundations
  Corporate Foundations