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RFP, RFQ, RFAs, and other funding opportunities by Public Health — Seattle & King County.

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Type Description

Request for Applications (RFA)

Park use observations

Public Health – Seattle & King County (PHSKC) is seeking one or several contractors (business, government agency, or community-based organization) to measure the use of neighborhood parks in King County to gain a better understanding how people use parks to support planning and programming decisions with the goals of increasing park use, access, and quality.

Extended application due date: No later than April 22, 2024 by 11:59 pm

Request for Applications (RFA)

Overdose Prevention and Response Community Review Panel

Public Health – Seattle & King County is currently seeking community members to help make funding recommendations for opioid settlement solicitations and serve as reviewers of project proposals.

Extended application due date: No later than April 23, 2024 by 11:59 pm

Request for Proposals (RFP)

Expanding access to MOUD services in community-based settings

Public Health – Seattle & King County is soliciting project proposals through a Request for Proposals (RFP) for pilot projects that remove barriers to Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD) access and expand MOUD services to community-based settings.

Application due date: No later than April 30, 2024 by 2 pm

Request for Applications (RFA)

Home-Based Services Supportive Environments – Best Starts for Kids

This RFA seeks an organization or partnership of organizations to continue the work started in the first levy of Best Starts for Kids where we developed the home-based services collaborative advisory group comprising of families, community-based organizations, and King County systems partners in order to build the capacity of the home-based services system.

Application due date: No later than April 16, 2024 by 3 pm

Request for Applications (RFA)

Pacific Islander Priority Population Oceania Health Summit 2024

This project is dedicated to a transformative endeavor aimed at challenging and dismantling prevailing misconceptions associated with Health Outcomes and Leadership Development within the Pacific Islander community.

Application due date: No later than April 4, 2024 by 3 pm

Request for Applications (RFA)

Bicycle Safety Grants 2024

Public Health – Seattle & King County (PHSKC) aims to increase bicycle safety among residents of King County. To that end, the PHSKC Violence & Injury Prevention Unit, with funding from the King County Council, is seeking to fund education and/or outreach projects from coalitions, non-profits, schools, business, bicycling clubs, and other groups who wish to make progress toward this broad goal.

Application due date: No later than April 4, 2024 by 6 pm

Request for Proposals (RFP)

Lead and toxics: Reducing toxics exposures in our communities

The purpose of this RFP is to support the work of communities most impacted by toxics to address exposure sources harming families and young children in King County.

Application due date: No later than April 17, 2024 by 2 pm

Request for Proposals (RFP)

Overdose Prevention & Response: Linkage to and Retention to Care Navigation

As part of a five-year Center for Disease Control (CDC) Overdose to Action – Local (OD2A-Local) grant, Public Health—Seattle & King County is soliciting proposals for linkage to care partnerships between providers of medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD) and an identified community partner in either public safety, housing services, or hospital systems.

Application due date: Extended to April 2, 2024 by 3 pm

Request for Proposals (RFP)

Health Care for the Homeless 2025 - 2027 330h Funding Solicitation

As part of its ongoing commitment to improving access to high quality and low-barrier health care for people experiencing homelessness in King County, the Health Care for the Homeless Network (HCHN) of PHSKC, is offering interested organizations an opportunity to apply for funds.

Application due date: No later than March 18, 2024 by 5 pm

Request for Information (RFI)

Public Health Center Services – Explore Interest of Community and Partner Organizations for Potential Transition of PHSKC Services

The purpose of this Request for Information (RFI) is to seek information from interested and qualified health care and community-based and partner organizations to provide information regarding interest in and capacity to transition existing PHSKC parent-child health, primary care, and other clinical services to their organization per the potentially significant budget reductions facing PHSKC’s Public Health Center system and description of the Scope of Work.

Response due date: No later than Monday, February 26, 2024 by 5 pm

Request for Applications (RFA)

Language Access Program: Community Language Services

The purpose of this Request for Applications (RFA) is to develop a pool of contracted community language access service Contractors. These experienced Contractors will use lived experience and connection to their local communities to provide language access services as detailed in this RFA.

Application due date: No later than February 23, 2024 by 5 pm (revised date)

Request for Applications (RFA)

Promoting First Relationships-Agency Training Project 2024

Public Health – Seattle & King County 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.

Application due date: No later than February 7, 2024 by 5 pm

Request for Proposals (RFP)

King County EMS Telephone Referral Program

The Public Health - Seattle & King County's Emergency Medical Services Division is seeking proposals for a nurse line triaging service to support the Telephone Referral Program (TRP). The goal of the TRP is to navigate patients who access the 9-1-1 system with low acuity, non-urgent illnesses, and injuries to a nurse line for triaging, assessment, and final disposition.

Application due date: No later than January 22, 2024 by 12 pm

Request for Proposals (RFP)

Community Education and Awareness - Mini Grants 2024

Hazardous Waste Management Program is requesting proposals for community education focused on protecting human health and the environment by reducing exposure to toxics in everyday cleaning products routinely used at home. Through funded partnerships with community-based organizations, people will learn to identify hazardous products in their homes with the goal that individuals will change their behavior and protect their health by choosing affordable, effective, and safer alternatives.

Revised application due date: No later than January 16, 2024 by 2 pm

Request for Applications (RFA)

Community Navigators (Fijian)

Community Navigators are community leaders that influence the development of culturally-appropriate communications and disseminate public health information to institutionally marginalized communities.

Application due date: No later than December 28, 2023 by 12 pm

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