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Due Date: Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017 – no later than 2:00 PM

Description: We are seeking proposals from organizations with capacity to: 1) secure basic needs resources through public and private partnerships as well as bulk buys from manufacturers; and 2) act as basic needs resource brokers by maintaining inventories of basic needs items that they distribute to community-based organizations working directly with children and families.

Pre-Proposal Webinar and In-Person Information Sessions:

  • Webinar Bidder's Conference

PHSKC will conduct a pre-proposal Webinar for proposers to ask questions, raise concerns, and receive clarification about the RFP.
Proposers are highly encouraged but not required to attend the pre-proposal conference. Those who do attend should review the RFP prior to attending. We will record the conference and post it at the web address below.

Pre-Proposal Webinar: Wednesday, October 25, 12:30pm-1:30pm
This is an online conference only. To join the presentation, click here.
Audio via phone at 206.263.8114, conference ID #3490706

Any addenda to this RFP will be posted here by close of business on Wednesday, November 15, 2017.

  • In-Person Bidder's Conference

PHSKC will conduct an in-person information sessions for ask questions, raise concerns, and receive clarification about the RFP.
Proposers are highly encouraged but not required to attend the pre-proposal conference. Those who do attend should review the RFP prior to attending. The live information session will be conducted at the following date, time, and location:

October 31, 2017 at the Shoreline Public Library in the meeting room from 2:30pm-3:30pm.

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Due Date: Applications are due November 9, 2017 no later than 5:00 pm.

Description:

Communities of Opportunity (COO) is an initiative to create equitable community connection, economic opportunity, health, and housing outcomes regardless of place or race. COO is seeking applications for one-time grants to build capacity, inform and guide implementation of specific systems and policies tied to COO results areas. Grantees will also be supported to participate in cohorts to help inform a shared COO Policy Agenda.

Applicants are able to apply for support in one of two categories:

  • Project level funding ($40K-$100K) to support community-led efforts to shape specific systems and policies.
  • Capacity level funding (up to $25K) to build experience in systems and policy change work and engage with more experienced grantees.

The most competitive applicants will be an organization/partnership will be:

  • Focused on communities experiencing significant social, racial and/or economic inequities.
  • Led and informed by the community/ies it serves.
  • Focused on specific policy or systems changes to increase equity in the COO results areas (housing, health, economic opportunity and community connections).

Organizations led by people of color and women are encouraged to apply.

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Technical assistance:

Due Date: Wednesday, October 25, 2017 no later than 5:00 pm

Description:

Communities of Opportunity (COO) is an initiative to create equitable community connection, economic opportunity, health, and housing outcomes regardless of place or race. COO is seeking an agency/organization to conduct an evaluation of this existing initiative. The evaluation will answer the overarching evaluation question: To what extent and in what ways has the initiative's cross-cutting strategies strengthened community connections and increased equity (by race, place and income) in housing, health and economic conditions in King County?

The most competitive candidates will be an agency/organization with demonstrated experience:

  • Evaluating cross-sector initiatives related to community development, economic conditions, health, and/or housing.
  • Applying an equity lens and working with diverse communities.

Organizations led by people of color and women are encouraged to apply.

Webinar video, Oct. 13, 2017

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Questions and answers about the Evaluation of COO Initiative RFP
Updated periodically with Q&As we've received from applicants that we find useful to others.

Promoting First Relationships-Agency Training Project 2018

  • Due Date: Monday, October 9, 2017 no later than 5:00 pm

  • Description:
    Public Health — Seattle & King County (PHSKC) is requesting applications from community-based agencies to participate in Promoting First Relationships Agency Training, either TRAIN-THE-LEARNER training model OR Promoting First Relationships TRAIN-THE-TRAINER training model. Veterans, Seniors, and Human Services Levy - Strengthening Families at Risk 4.3 programs seek to reduce families’ risk of involvement in the child welfare and justice systems by increasing strong maternal-child attachments, connections to community and/or extended families, and other indigenous supports. The goal of the project is for Agency staff to receive intensive training in the evidence-based curriculum, Promoting First Relationships (PFR), in order to become a PFR AGENCY PROVIDER or PFR AGENCY TRAINER depending on past training experience.

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Best Starts for Kids: Evidence-Based and Evidence-Informed Home Visiting Programs (Prenatal-5 Years)

  • Due Date: Thursday, November 2, 2017 - no later than 2:00 pm

  • Description:
    The Best Starts for Kids Implementation Plan identifies Home-Based Services as a primary strategy for improving child and family outcomes. One important type of Home-Based Service is home visiting. Home visiting is a type of family support provided to expecting parents and parents of children birth to age 5, in which trained home visitors provide services and supports for parents and children where they live. This RFP is for Evidence-Based Programs and Evidence-Informed Program. The criteria for each are detailed in the RFP.

  • Pre-Proposal Webinar and In-Person Information Sessions:

    1. Webinar
      PHSKC will conduct a pre-proposal Webinar for proposers to ask questions, raise concerns, and receive clarification about the RFP.Proposers are highly encouraged but not required to attend the pre-proposal conference. Those who do attend should review the RFP prior to attending. We will record the conference and post it at the web address below.

      Pre-Proposal Webinar: Monday, September 25th 1:00pm-2:00pm
      This is an online conference only. To join the presentation, go to: https://meet.kingcounty.gov/cdabreau/RZZWH8FL
      Audio via phone at 206-263-8114, conference ID #3490706

    2. In-Person Information Sessions
      PHSKC will conduct two in-person information sessions for ask questions, raise concerns, and receive clarification about the RFP. Proposers are highly encouraged but not required to attend the pre-proposal conference. Those who do attend should review the RFP prior to attending. The live information sessions will be conducted at the following dates, times, and locations:
  • Downloads:

Best Starts for Kids: School-Based Health Enhancement

  • Due Date: Wednesday, November 1, 2017 - no later than 2:00 pm

  • Description:
    School-Based Health Centers are part of our county safety net system and are focused on providing services to children and adolescents who go without care. School-Based Health (SBH) is a programmatic approach to meet the health and behavior needs of youth, and falls within the BSK strategy to Sustain the Gain for children aged 5-24 years. Funds through this RFP will be awarded to a health organization (“sponsor”) of an existing school-based health center (SBHC) to enhance or expand current services with the goal of impacting the indicators described in the RFP.

  • Pre-Proposal Webinar:
    PHSKC will conduct a pre-proposal Webinar for proposers to ask questions, raise concerns, and receive clarification about the RFP. Proposers are highly encouraged but not required to attend the pre-proposal conference. Those who do attend should review the RFP prior to attending and bring a copy of the RFP with them as paper copies will not be available.

    Thursday, September 28, 2017, 3:00pm-4:00pm
    This is an online conference only. To join the presentation, go to https://meet.kingcounty.gov/sayeun/TMJV3P75.
    Audio via phone at 206-263-8114, conference ID #239240.

Best Starts for Kids: Adolescent Immunization Learning Collaborative

  • Due Date: Tuesday, September 27, 2017 - no later than 2:00 pm

  • Description: Public Health – Seattle and King County (PHSKC) Immunization Program strives to increase awareness regarding the value of vaccinations and to promote increased immunization coverage rates as a key aspect of wellness and prevention for all children, youth and adults. Through this RFP, PHSKC Immunization Program seeks to establish a local quality improvement (QI) learning collaborative in partnership with a King County based community organization. This partnership will be a collaborative effort between the PHSKC Immunization Program and the contracted community organization, with PHSKC program staff providing support, guidance, and leadership in facilitating all aspects of this initiative.

  • Pre-Proposal Webinar: PHSKC will conduct a pre-proposal Webinar for proposers to ask questions, raise concerns, and receive clarification about the RFP. Proposers are highly encouraged but not required to attend the pre-proposal conference. Those who do attend should review the RFP prior to attending.

    Wednesday, August 30, 1:00pm-2:00pm
    This is an online conference only. To join the presentation, go to https://meet.kingcounty.gov/cdabreau/RZZWH8FL.
    Audio via phone at 206-263-8114, conference ID #3490706

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