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05/04/2022 14:42 EDT
The Rhode Island Department of Health's (RIDOH) Diabetes Heart Disease and Stroke Program (DHDS) invites applications from eligible organizations and agencies to participate in the planning and implementation of a virtual or in-person blood pressure self-monitoring program (BPSM). The Community BPSM funding period will begin July 18, 2022 and end June 5, 2023. RIDHDS will award up to four (4) organizations up to $4,500 each. Eligible applicants must have an existing infrastructure with the capacity to support implementation of a health promotion program and affiliated with or a part of a not-for-profit, community-based agency, coalition, and/or grassroots organization that has a Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) or the Federal Tax Identification Number. Information Session: May 18, 2022; Applications Due: June 1, 2022.
04/20/2022 08:52 EDT
Application Date Extension for RFP #2022RIDOH005 –Community Health Workers for COVID Response and Resilient Communities
04/06/2022 15:11 EDT
Community Health Workers for COVID Response and Resilient Communities RFP # 2022RIDOH005. NOTICE TO VENDORS: Attached are questions and answers for the above-mentioned RFP.
03/21/2022 12:51 EDT
Application Date Extension and Clarification for RFP #2022RIDOH005 –Community Health Workers for COVID Response and Resilient Communities.
03/15/2022 09:13 EDT
RFP # 2022RIDOH005 – Community Health Workers for COVID Response and Resilient Communities Questions Due: March 31, 2022 Applications Due: April 14, 2022 The Associate Director's Office within the Division of Community, Health and Equity at the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) is soliciting applications from Rhode Island agencies/organizations to implement strategies and activities aimed to train, deploy and engage Community Health Workers towards COVID-19 response and recovery efforts and towards building and strengthening community resilience to fight COVID-19 through addressing existing health disparities. Awards will be made to up to fifteen (15) Rhode Island agencies / organizations, who shall commit to the CDC overarching strategies of training, deploying and engaging Community Health Workers in and for Rhode Island's most vulnerable citizens. Awarded organizations will commit to training, deploying and engaging at least one Community Health Worker within the organization and will also commit to appropriate supervision of the Community Health Worker(s) in order to support the Community Health Worker's professional growth and development.
02/03/2022 09:29 EST
Using Community Health Workers in Dental Clinics to Address Health Disparities Questions and Answers for RFP #2022RIDOH004 – Using Community Health Workers in Dental Clinics to Address Health Disparities.
01/14/2022 10:18 EST
Questions Due: January 28, 2022 Applications Due: February 11, 2022 The Oral Health Program at the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) is soliciting applications from Rhode Island federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) to use community health workers (CHWs) to implement strategies and activities aimed to reduce oral health disparities. Up to four (4) FQHC awarded, shall employ CHWs with oral health training to perform case management services and use this funding to provide partial salary support. Challenges in treating vulnerable populations include appointment compliance and acceptance of treatment plans and preventive regimens. Vulnerable populations are also disproportionately affected by dental disease related to social determinants of health. The FQHCs will partner with RIDOH to develop implement strategies and interventions using community health workers.