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Pediatric Immunization Clinics (Routine Vaccines + COVID) — REVISED
Through this RFA opportunity, Public Health - Seattle & King County will fund the delivery of pediatric vaccinations through community-based clinics. Clinics will be held in partnerships with school districts and with community- and faith-based organizations. Awardees must serve children through age 18 and must offer COVID vaccines as well as all vaccines required for school entry and flu vaccine.

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Ending the HIV Epidemic Collaboratives Improvement Projects and Low-Barrier Service Delivery Planning Continuation
Public Health – Seattle & King County is soliciting proposals from participants in the Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) Healthcare and Emergency Department Collaboratives who previously received funding through the “Ending the HIV Epidemic Initiative Support for Health Care Systems' Improvement Projects and Lower Barrier Sexual Health Services Delivery Planning” RFP for the contract year of 2022. This current request for proposals aims to support the continuation, modification, and/or expansion of recipients’ projects to improve HIV prevention and care service delivery to persons who identify as LGBTQ+.

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Isolation and Quarantine (I&Q) Patient Transportation Services
Public Health – Seattle & King County is soliciting requests for proposals (RFP) for well-qualified, private ambulance and/or transportation companies to assist the department with safely transporting patients who have tested or who are waiting results for communicable diseases.

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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 three training opportunities.

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COVID Mobile VAX 2023
Public Health — Seattle & King County (PHSKC) is looking for a pool of qualified organizations that will work with PHSKC to provide mobile COVID-19 vaccinations on an as-needed basis in 2023. 

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Sustaining Help Me Grow King County
The purpose of this RFP is to partner with groups and organizations that are rooted in the communities they serve and will fund Family Connection Partners where each funded partner will participate in the Help Me Grow King County Collaborative Partnership.

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Ending the HIV Epidemic Community-Based Services
Public Health — Seattle & King County's Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) Program is soliciting proposals for innovative, community-based services that achieve a number of goals.

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Mobile Dental Services
Public Health — Seattle & King County is requesting applications from community-based agencies to provide mobile dental services for a) people experiencing homelessness in King County, and b) low-income King County residents who are 19 years of age and older, who are both non-citizens and ineligible for Medicaid dental services.

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After-Hours Answering Service and Consulting Nurse Helpline
Public Health — Seattle & King County (PHSKC) is requesting applications from organizations that provide professional 24-hours-per-day, 7-days-per-week, and after-hours answering services for medical and dental providers.

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Best Starts for Kids: School-Based Health Centers Enhancement
Public Health — Seattle & King County (PHSKC) through investment from the Best Starts for Kids (BSK) Levy is requesting applications from healthcare service providers and school/community partners (see section III for eligibility) to implement enhancements to school-based health center (SBHC) services in King County.

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Psychiatric Consultation for Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care
Public Health — Seattle & King County (PHSKC) Health Centers and Mobile Medical Van are part of the safety net clinics for King County. PHSKC is seeking an entity to provide psychiatric consultation to the primary care team, largely by phone, to address questions related to diagnosis, medication management, and other components of treatment planning, utilizing pertinent medical information.

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Ryan White Dental
Public Health — Seattle & King County's Ryan White Part A (RWPA) Program is seeking applications from dental providers/dental clinics interested in providing oral health services to low-income people living with HIV in the Seattle Transitional Grant Area (TGA) of King, Snohomish, and Island counties.

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