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RFP

Caregiver Peer-Based Supports and Basic Needs Resources Brokering
Best Start for Kids (BSK) Public Health - Seattle & King County (PHSKC) is releasing this Request for Proposal (RFP) for Caregiver Peer Based Supports and Basic Needs Resources Brokering with funding from Community Health Services Division’s Community-Based Parenting Supports Strategy.

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Engagement Strategies with Duwamish Youth Fishing Communities
Public Health — Seattle & King County launched the Fun to Catch, Toxic to Eat Program as part US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) effort to clean up the Duwamish River Superfund Site.This RFA is seeking proposals from schools and/or youth organizations that represent and serve youth and students (particularly those with proximity to local fishing communities) for assistance with engagement strategies.

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Public Health - Seattle & King County Jail Health Services Community Diversion Program
This RFP is seeking applications from community-based agencies to participate in providing services for the King County Jail Health Services' Community Diversion Program (CDP).

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Community Health Worker Training Sponsorship
Public Health — Seattle & King County is offering sponsorship to organizations that have community health worker staff or volunteers to offset the organizations’ cost for their participation in specific training opportunities.

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2022-2027 Clinical Services for Breast, Cervical, and Colon Health Program
Public Health — Seattle & King County (PHSKC) seeks applications from clinical service providers interested in providing screening and/or treatment services as needed to BCCHP eligible clients to receive screenings for breast, cervical, and colorectal cancers, living in King, Clallam, Jefferson, and Kitsap counties.

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Liberation and Healing from Systemic Racism
This RFP is seeking partners who share our value of sharing knowledge, skills, power, and resources. Statistics show disparities in educational attainment as early as the age of five for Black and brown children when a gap as high as 29% in kindergarten readiness exist between Black and brown students and their white counterparts.

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Infant Mortality Prevention Network
As part of the effort to prevent infant mortality, and to ensure all families are healthy and thriving, Public Health – Seattle & King County is requesting applications from community-based organizations to provide services in conjunction with and to collaborate with the Infant Mortality Prevention Network.

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Best Starts for Kids - King County School-Based Health Centers
Public Health – Seattle & King County through investment from the Best Starts for Kids (BSK) Levy is requesting applications from healthcare service providers to implement school-based health centers in King County.

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Jail Health Services Community Diversion Program
Public Health – Seattle & King County, the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office (KCPAO), and the King County Executive Office are requesting applications from community-based agencies to participate in providing services for the Community Diversion Program (CDP).

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Community Representative and Influencer for Farmers Market Promotion
Public Health – Seattle & King County (PHSKC) is recruiting community representatives to promote the awareness and use of SNAP and SNAP Market Match at farmers markets in South King County.

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Lead & Toxics Program Action Groups and Product Testing Events
The Lead and Toxics Program at Public Health – Seattle & King County seeks partnerships with community-based organizations to prevent childhood lead poisoning and increase Blood Lead testing with a focus on three areas of concern: housing, healthcare, and consumer products.

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City of Seattle Equitable Communities Initiative
In partnership with the City of Seattle, Public Health — Seattle & King County has a grant opportunity with funding allocated from the Equitable Communities Initiative. This funding will allow Public Health's Access & Outreach Program to expand their work by engaging community-based organizations located within the Seattle city limits.

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Adult Family Home COVID-19 Isolation and Quarantine
Public Health — Seattle & King County seeks King County adult family home contractors able to support individuals who are not able to isolate or quarantine (IQ) at home, or who do not have a home.

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Indigenous Community-Designed Doulas Services Program
Best Starts for Kids is seeking a community-based partner to deliver doula services to indigenous families across King County.

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