The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) Drug Overdose Prevention Program is offering mini-grants up to $4,900 to community-based organizations to support projects that address the opioid overdose epidemic in Rhode Island. Eligible applicants are non-profit organizations with experience providing services, support, and engagement to populations affected by overdose in the state. Deadline: 5 PM, Friday, June 29, 2018.
The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) Division of Community Health and Equity Tobacco Control Program (RITCP), is soliciting proposals from qualified community-based, private, public, or non-profit organizations for work to reduce youth tobacco use and for work to effectuate municipal policy change in communities that are not already performing similar work supported by RITCP funds. Strategies solicited include engaging youth (13-17 years old) at-risk of tobacco use alongside community stakeholders to implement local and statewide tobacco control activities that reduce youth access to tobacco products in the retail environment. Due Date: 4 PM, Tuesday June 26, 2018
This document gives responses to the 59 questions raised about this request for proposals and a full current version of the request or proposals with the corrected numbering. Deadline for proposals remains 4 PM April 20.
The Physical Activity and Nutrition program is offering mini grants to Rhode Island organizations to pilot the sale of healthful meals, snacks, and beverages in community venues such as concession stands and vending machines. Organizations can apply for up to $2,500 to support this work; application deadline is 4 PM, May 2, 2018.