Grant/Bid Opportunities: Request for Applications | Request for Information | Request for Proposal | Funding Opportunities
The Procurement Branch of the Office of Finance has the primary responsibility and oversight for the agency wide procurement of commodities, technical and professional services and sub-grants.
Request for Applications
RFA-15-0004 - Project Prevent Youth Coalition
TPCP is soliciting competitive applications in order to select an agency/organization to implement the Project Prevent Youth Coalition (PPYC) in partnership with TPCP. Under this Request for Applications RFA), TPCP seeks to develop a statewide network that will use a bilateral approach that combines elements of community engagement and youth action (branded as Project Prevent) under a single contractor.
Request for Information
None at this time
Request for Proposal
None at this time
Arkansas Rural Health Services Revolving Fund
The Rural Health Services Revolving Fund was created to strengthen rural health care systems and service at the local level. The intent of the legislation was to give resources to the Arkansas Department of Health to
help rural communities retain basic medical services and implement new, innovative approaches to health
and health care. Funds will be awarded on a first come, first serve basis to the first two (2) Health Care
Systems that respond to this proposal for the period July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016. One proposal per clinic is allowed and maximum state funding available per entity is $15,000.00. The focus of this current funding
cycle of the Rural Health Services Revolving Fund Grant program is to target Chronic Disease Prevention at
the community level and to coordinate activities with Hometown Health Improvement.
Arkansas Community Health Centers Program
The Arkansas Community Health Centers Grant Program (CHCP) will offer funding to support Community Health Centers (CHC) that are located in Arkansas and are in good standing with the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH). Funds available for this program are anticipated to total $4,934,999.96 annually in State General Revenue Funds and are contingent upon availability of funds. Grants awarded for SFY2016 should be consistent with the funding level received in SFY2015, if appropriated by the Arkansas General Assembly.
Arkansas Charitable Clinics Grant Program
The Arkansas Charitable Clinics Grant Program will offer funding to support Charitable Clinics that are located in Arkansas and are in good standing with the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH). The Arkansas Charitable Clinics Grant Program is funded by State General Revenue as a result of Act 180 of 2009, Tobacco Excise Tax Act. The intention of the Program is to strengthen healthcare systems and services at the local level for Charitable Clinics, thereby increasing the number of Arkansans receiving health care services such as basic primary care, dental and behavioral health for free or at low cost to those persons unable to pay for medical care. Funds will be awarded on a first come, first serve basis to the first eight (8) Charitable Clinics that respond to this proposal for the period July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016.
Arkansas Stroke Registry
The purpose of this Notice of Funds Availability (NOFA) is to recruit and encourage ongoing participation in the American Heart Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Patient Management Tool (GWTG-SPMT). The GWTG-SPMT enables participation in the Arkansas Stroke Registry (ASR), which is a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Paul Coverdell National Acute Stroke Registry program. The ASR provides funds to cover the cost of GWTG-SPMT licenses for hospitals in Arkansas who wish to participate in the program and submit stroke patient data for reporting to the State of Arkansas and CDC.
Rural Health and Primary Care
Rural Health and Primary Care works with numerous organizations to coordinate rural health resources and activities statewide. This office administers several grant programs for small hospitals and committees seeking to improve or enhance health services in rural areas of our state. Rural Health and Primary Care provides technical assistance to organizations and communities wishing to expand access to primary care for underserved populations. They work to recruit and retain health care professionals in rural areas and underserved areas of Arkansas and provide technical assistance to the Critical Access Hospitals in the state.
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Little Rock, AR 72205