Expanding Access to Primary Health Care: Integrated Health Care Program: Request for Proposals
The Expanding Access to Primary Health Care: Integrated Health Care Program RFP submission process is now closed.
The purpose of the Expanding Access to Primary Health Care: Integrated Health Care Program is to provide funding to support integrating primary health care and mental health services for children and adolescents in Georgia. The program will provide grant support to eligible applicant organizations in Georgia to implement a two-year demonstration project with the goals of: 1) increasing access to primary health care and community-based mental health services to underserved populations; 2) provide culturally competent integrated health care services; and 3) reduce the stigma associated with mental illness.
For more information, contact: Lisa Medellin, Program Officer, 404-653-0990
Online Application/Proposal Deadline: December 9, 2010
The intended outcomes for the project include:
- Identifying best practice models for integrating primary health care and mental health care;
- Decreasing barriers to implementing an integrated model;
- Increasing capacity to evaluate outcomes associated with an integrated delivery system model; and
- Promoting the “health home/medical home” construct.
View or download the RFP (PDF)
Guidelines for Proposals (PDF)
Proposal Budget Form (XLS)
RFP Checklist (PDF)
Staff and Board List (DOC)
Pre-Application Webinar Archive: http://techbridge.na5.acrobat.com/p49642362/
Evaluation Technical Assistance Webinar Archive: http://techbridge.na5.acrobat.com/p53398340/
Logic Model Form (DOC)