Later this week, we will open an RFP to help meet the basic needs of families through resource brokering. If this describes your work, stay tuned to the blog this Thursday, 10/19! Read on to learn what we mean by resource brokering and the importance of meeting basic needs for families.
For those interested in the Behavioral Health Services for Youth Re-engagement Sites RFP, and were unable to join our info session in person, you can view the recording of the info session here.
Couldn’t make the data storytelling webinar? View the webinar recording below for resources, answer questions, and helpful tips to help you use data to tell your story.
For those interested in learning more about our Prenatal to Five work, the recorded webinar is now available for viewing. Learn about upcoming funding opportunities and more.
For those interested in the Evidence-Based and Evidence-Informed Home-Based Services RFP, and were unable to join our live webinar, you can view the recording of the info session here. This is the second of three funding opportunities within Home-Based Services.
The Request for Proposals for Evidence-Based and Evidence-Informed Home Visiting Programs is now open. This opportunity is specific to prenatal-to-five programming. Applications are due by November 2, 2017. This is the second out of three funding opportunities related to home-based services.
You may have seen that some results from the Best Starts for Kids Health Survey are already online on the Best Starts Indicators website. However, answering these questions takes more than just numbers. Before we release every detail, the team is also slowing down to take time to carefully interpret what these results mean
The Request for Proposals to conduct a Prenatal to Five Developmental Screening Landscape Analysis and Strategic Plan is now open. This opportunity is restricted to research organizations. Applications are due September 28.
For those who could not attend a Parent-Child Home Program RFP Training and Info Session in person, you can now view the recording of our first Parent-Child Home Program Request for Proposals Info Session in this blog post. This is highly recommended for anyone considering submitting an application!
This Friday, August 18th, in partnership with United Way of King County, we will open our funding application process for Parent-Child Home Program expansion.
The Parent-Child Home Program funding opportunity is one of three BSK funding opportunities supporting Home-Based Services, as a key strategy for advancing the well-being of children and families in King County.
Learn more about all three funding opportunities and which may be the best fit for you!