The Maryland Community Health Resources Commission (CHRC) has issued an RFP which looks to support three categories of programs:
Promoting delivery of essential health care services: primary/preventative care services, dental services, and women's health care services;
Addressing the heroin and opioid epidemic through integrated behavioral health service delivery; and
Promoting food security and addressing childhood and family obesity.
The CHRC anticipates awarding approximately $5.9 million in new grant funding this fiscal year. They are hosting a public information call for potential RFP applicants on Tuesday, October 30 at 10 am (Dial in number: 1.866.247.6034. Access code: 4102607046. Following the call, the CHRC will post a "Frequently Asked Questions" document for potential applicants.
Letters of Intent (LOI) will be due on November 13 (12 noon), and full grant proposals will be due December 17 (12 noon). Grant awards are expected to be made by the CHRC in mid-February 2019.