Grants, Funding and Requests for Proposals
Current Requests for Proposals
Please check this page frequently for updates.
4/9/2013The Baltimore City Health Department is now accepting letters of intent from entities wishing to apply as providers of Title X supported reproductive health goods and/or services. Letters of intent must be received by 11:00 AM on Friday, April 12. An optional technical support session will be held at 9:00 am on Friday, April 12, 2013. Those interested should RSVP to Cathy Watson at 410-396-0186. The full Request for Applications is available on this website.
10/23/2012The Baltimore City Health Department announces the Ryan White Part A Request for Proposal (RFP) for FY 2013. All programs are encouraged to review the guidance and to consider becoming a sub-grantee. Program guidance for competitive applications can be found on the Baltimore City Health Department's Ryan White Part A Office wensite under Administrative Resources. (Ryan White Part A Office)
12/5/2011Health Department Issues Request for Proposals for Safe Streets Program
Are you interested in implementing a community-based program in your neighborhood that has been shown to reduce homicides and shootings? The Baltimore City Health Department, Office of Youth Violence Prevention, is releasing a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking one community organization to act as the Lead Agency and implement Safe Streets, based on the CeaseFire Chicago model, in a target area within the eligible areas. Approximately $375,000 will be available for one (1) award.
Safe Streets Baltimore has been in existence since 2007 and is currently operating in East Baltimore in the McElderry Park community and in Cherry Hill. A recent evaluation of the initiative by the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health has shown positive outcomes, including reductions in shooting and homicides, in the current targeted communities.
A Bidder's Conference is scheduled for January 18, 2012, from 10:00 a.m. to noon at City Hall (100 N. Holliday Street) in the Curran Conference Room, 4th Floor. It is mandatory that interested providers send one or more representatives to the conference. As a part of this conference, a workshop detailing the CeaseFire Model and Safe Streets will be given. We request that interested bidders RSVP their attendance by January 13, 2012, to Lori Toscano at 443-984-3566 or by e-mail to Lori.Toscano@baltimorecity.gov
Eligible CSAs (neighborhoods within the CSAs are listed in parentheses)
12/5/2011Health Department Issues Request for Proposals for Provision and Implementation of Quality Management Software (QMS) for Environmental Health Division
The full request for proposals can be found on here.