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Application Deadline

October 15, 2021
3:00 pm ET

Description

Systems-Level Change for Normalizing Routine HIV Testing in High-Volume Health Care Settings Request for Proposal

Public Health Solutions on behalf of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Division of Disease Control / Bureau of Hepatitis, HIV and STI (BHHS), is seeking proposals from qualified organizations to provide Systems-Level Change for Normalizing Routine HIV Testing in High-Volume Health Care Settings, to expand access and availability to routine HIV testing in the PS20-2010-identified counties in NYC: Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan and Queens. This model aims to make the universal offer of an HIV test available to all New Yorkers accessing services within high-volume health care settings without focusing on specific priority populations.

The goals of the funding opportunity are:

• Implement and scale up universal opt-out routine HIV testing in high-volume health care settings
• Build capacity for sustainable models of universal opt-out routine HIV testing in high-volume health care settings through systems-level change

Application Deadline

October 28, 2021
3:00 pm ET

Description

PlaySure Network 2.0: Provision of a Comprehensive Health Package of HIV Prevention Services in Health Care & Non-Health Care Settings Using an Equity-Focused One-Stop Shop & Holistic Client-Centered Model Request for Proposal

❖ Service Category 1: Provision of a Comprehensive Health Package of HIV Prevention Services in Health Care Settings Using an Equity-Focused One-Stop Shop and Holistic Client-Centered Model
❖ Service Category 2: Provision of a Comprehensive Health Package of HIV Prevention Services in Non-Health Care Settings Using an Equity-Focused One-Stop Shop and Holistic Client-Centered Model

Public Health Solutions on behalf of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Division of Disease Control / Bureau of Hepatitis, HIV and STI (BHHS), is seeking proposals from qualified organizations to provide a Comprehensive Health Package of HIV Prevention Services in Health Care and Non-Health Care Settings Using an Equity-Focused One-Stop Shop and Holistic Client-Centered Model.

The goals of the funding opportunity are:
• Increase access to and provision of a comprehensive health package of HIV prevention services using an equity-focused one-stop shop and holistic client-centered model for priority populations.
• Increase provision of client-centered, affirming, non-stigmatizing, and anti-discriminatory services.
• Decrease inequities in access to and utilization of HIV prevention services, and related health outcomes, experienced by priority populations.

Application Deadline

November 8, 2021
3:00 pm ET

Description

Building Resilience for Children and Youth in TRIE Communities (BRY) Concept Paper

Public Health Solutions (PHS), on behalf of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), is releasing this concept paper for the following purpose: DOHMH, in cooperation with the Mayor’s Office for Economic Opportunity (NYC Opportunity or NYCO), intend to adapt the C2C model for community organizations working with youth and their families in 33 TRIE neighborhoods. DOHMH and NYCO therefore propose to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) for non-profit community-based organizations (e.g., serving one or more Mayor’s Taskforce on Racial Inclusion & Equity (TRIE) neighborhood(s) within the five boroughs, with genuine relationships with community stakeholders and residents). As part of their program application, CBOs will designate a mental health provider organization such as a clinic, hospital, community-based provider or agency that they will partner with to handle referrals for clinical evaluations and interventions. Mental health provider partners will also provide coaching and consultation to facilitate mental health and related issues.