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Organization: Dept of Health Services (DHS)  http://dhs.wi.gov/
Publish Dates: 7/29/2022 through 8/15/2022
Category: Grants County:
Sub Category: Proposals Municipality:
Region: Entire State Status: Archived
Health Benefits Coordination for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) Funding Application Survey
Anticipated Annual Award Amount: Up to $50,000 per year, up to 3 years.

Grant funding is expressly dependent upon the availability of funds to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) from the Health Resources and Services Administration, Title V Maternal and Child Health Grant. Applicants will be awarded based on available funding, capacity, and ability to meet application criteria. This project period begins January 1, 2023 and ends December 31, 2025. Each contract will have a duration of one calendar year with the possibility of annual renewal for the duration of the project period, contingent on funding availability and performance. Should additional funding become available, award amounts may be altered.

Minimum Expectations
Organizations receiving this award will be expected, at a minimum, to perform the following activities:
∑ Provide statewide health benefits counseling, coordination, and support for children and youth with special health care needs, and their families to reduce and eliminate obstacles
∑ Design, create, and provide community and professional education and trainings (i.e., benefit rule changes, updates, and requirements) related initiatives
∑ Prioritize equity and actively incorporate community and family voice into program planning and services related to health benefits counseling
∑ Provide active advocacy for families to help ensure complete access to health benefits for which they meet eligibility
If you have other questions about this application, you can email the Maternal and Child Health Program staff at DHSDPHMCH@dhs.wi.gov.

Title V Background
The Wisconsin Department of Health Servicesí Title V Program provides funding and support to local and tribal health agencies and other organizations that support the well-being of mothers, children, and families. The current priorities of Wisconsinís Title V Program are:
∑ Advance equity and racial justice.
∑ Assure access to quality health services.
∑ Cultivate supportive social connections and community environments.
∑ Enhance identification, access, and support for individuals with special health care needs and their families.
∑ Improve perinatal outcomes.
∑ Foster positive mental health and associated factors.
∑ Promote optimal nutrition and physical activity.

Funded projects will help advance the Title V Programís priorities, and selected applicants will work with the Title V Program to develop an approved budget, budget narrative, and a comprehensive work plan outlining specific project deliverables.
Related Links:
Health Benefits Coordination
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Revision History:
6/17/2022 2:35:49 PM Mark Zeihen Link added.
6/23/2022 3:02:16 PM Jesenia Rivera Link changed.
6/23/2022 3:02:36 PM Jesenia Rivera Removed https:
* 7/29/2022 6:41:21 AM Jesenia Rivera Changing deadline date
 
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