DOH intends to award multiple contracts with community groups for COVID-19 outreach
The State Department of Health (DOH) recognizes that community-rooted and community- led organizations and groups are better positioned and equipped to respond to community needs to ensure equitable access to COVID-19 information.
To meet this need, DOH has funded community-driven COVID-19 outreach, communications, and engagement since September 2020. DOH anticipates total funding of approximately $13 million to a minimum of five (5) contracts that respond to both priority populations and intersectionality’s to carry out the community engagement through June 30, 2023.
Please share this opportunity with appropriate organizations in your communities. The Request for Qualifications and Quotations (RFQQ) 26833-0) was revised to extend Bidders Submission of responses to April 7 by 2:00 pm PST.
All proposals must be intentionally centered around priority communities disproportionately impacted by COVID-19, lead with racial equity, and take an intersectional approach.
For additional information on priority communities, you may access and print a hard copy of RFQQ 26833 from the DOH Procurement Website at https://www.doh.wa.gov/AboutUs/BudgetContractsandGrants/ContractsandGrants.
For questions, contact the RFQQ coordinator Maria Rogers, at Bids@doh.a.gov. Washington Medical Commission
The Washington Medical Commission (Commission) is currently accepting applications to fill upcoming vacancies. The Commission helps make sure physicians and physician assistants are competent and provide quality medical care. We are looking for people willing to study the issues and make decisions in the best interest of the public. Our member selection reflects the diversity of the profession and provides representation throughout the state. Learn more about the Commission by visiting their website.
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If you have any questions about serving on the Commission, please contact Amelia Boyd,
Program Manager, by email at email@example.com, or call (360) 918-6336. Community Learning Grants
Grants for Community Learning are available from the Group Health Foundation (GHF). These funds help groups that reflect and engage with their communities. The foundation will learn through these grants what equality and justice mean to communities in Washington and how they are advancing this work.
In 2022, they will award up to $17 million in Community Learning Grants to roughly 70-80 groups. The grants range between $150,000 to $225,000 over three years (or $50,000 to $75,000 a year)
Accepting applications: March 10, 2022 – April 7, 2022 Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction YES! Program
Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is recruiting three middle and junior high schools in Washington State to implement YES! (Youth-centered Environmental Shift program). They are still searching for one more interested middle school. Participating schools will receive an estimated total of $17,750 each in funding between January 2022 and September 2023, for their work on program implementation and evaluation. The University of Washington, in partnership with Harborview Medical Center, is conducting the evaluation of YES! A successful evaluation will result in YES! becoming a model for statewide and national replication.
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- The Group Health Foundation is currently hiring for a Board Relations Manager to manage and support the experience and governance practices of the foundation’s board of directors. Application closes March 25th. For more information about the position, click here.
- Want to make a difference in people’s lives every day? The Department of Health is where you can help prevent illness and injury, promote healthy places to live and work, help people make good health decisions and ensure our state is prepared for emergencies. Review available job openings, internships and sign up for job alerts at Work@Health