The RCHN Community Health Foundation Community Health Foundation Health Center Entry-Level Workforce Recruitment and Retention Models RCHN will support proposals related to the development and implementation of programs focused on recruitment, training and retention of entry level staff. RCHN CHF is interested in funding proposals that develop recruitment and retention initiatives across the full spectrum of entry-level workforce positions including administrative (such as front-desk, clerical or medical records positions), clinical (such as medical assistants), and allied health workers (such as case managers and community health workers).
$200,000 / 5 Grants
CDFA Number: NA
November 17th, 2011
Federally Qualified Health Centers
Feygele Jacobs, Executive VP/COO
RCHN Community Health Foundationfjacobs@rchnfoundation.org
Florida Ounce of Prevention Fund Seeks innovative, comprehensive, community-based, family-focused and culturally relevant programs that promote healthy child development, educational achievement and successful life outcomes by building on individual, family and community strengths. One or more of the following broad outcomes must be achieved by the program:Prevent unwanted/unplanned pregnancies and reduce teen pregnancy;
Reduce substance abuse (alcohol, tobacco and other drugs) among pregnant and parenting women and adolescents; Improve maternal, child and adolescent health; Improve family functioning, stability and economic self-sufficiency; Promote responsible fatherhood; Improve child development; Reduce barriers to adequate school.
$15,000 - $300,000
Concept Paper Due by December 31st, 2011
Private, not-for-profit agencies, organizations or community groups in Florida that are incorporated and have 501(c)(3) status as designated by the IRS; Private, not-for-profit agencies, organizations or community groups in Florida that have as a partner and fiscal agent an agency or organization that is incorporated and has 501(c)(3) status as designated by the IRS; Public agencies or organizations, including units of local government and a combination of general local governments.
Winifred P. Heggins, MSW WHeggins@ounce.org
or 850-921-4494, Ext. 112
Other Useful Resources
A Research Report on Homelessness 2011 An in-depth look at homeless counts, economic indicators, demographic drivers and changes at the state and national levels From the National Alliance to End Homelessness and the Homelessness Research Institute.
2010 Medicare Chart Book From the Kaiser Family Foundation Topics include: Medicare beneficiaries; program benefits, utilization, and access to care; prescription drugs; the Medicare Advantage program; the role of Medicaid for Medicare beneficiaries; supplemental insurance coverage; out-of-pocket spending; and Medicare spending and financing.
RN and LPN Supply and Demand Forecasts, 2010-2025: Florida’s Projected Nursing Shortage in View of the Recession and Healthcare Reform Florida Center for Nursing, October 2010.