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The Office of Aging and People with Disabilities (APD) periodically offers funding opportunities for projects and initiatives that support Oregonians.
Listed below are opportunities that are either active or will soon be introduced. Opportunities include grants for which ODHS is providing funding to outside organizations in addition to opportunities provided through OregonBuys. These are courtesy notices about procurement opportunities and other funding options. Interested vendors can find more information about these opportunities by going directly to OregonBuys or the organization listed.
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The ODHS Office of Aging and People with Disabilities wants to share information about a Request for Grant Applications (RFGA) for those interested in creating Adult Day Service (ADS) programs in Oregon. Granting opportunities are available to applicants for start-up costs, building preparation or modification costs, front-end staffing and other related costs as incentive to expand into areas not currently being served by an ADS center. More information about this opportunity is available on OregonBuys, which is the system through which applicants can view and download the RFGA. The RFGA can be found by searching for this Bid Solicitation: S-10000-00003835.
This bid solicitation closed on May 31, 2023.
ODHS has provided funding for the Oregon Center for Nursing RN Well-being Project, which is extending a $50,000 grant opportunity for ten long-term care (LTC) organizations. The funds must be used to reduce workplace stressors on nurses and nurse support staff in LTC settings for older adults and/or people with disabilities. LTC includes home and community-based settings, residential care, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing facilities.
No grant writing experience is required, and guidance is available.
The bid solicitation closed on April 28, 2023.
The ODHS Office of Aging and People with Disabilities invites organizations to submit an application to participate in a Congregate Meal Modernization Infrastructure Grant Program for eligible congregate meal providers/sites that serve Oregonians through Older American Act funding.
The bid solicitation closed on Aug. 13, 2022
The ODHS Office of Aging and People with Disabilities invites applications for Transportation Modernization Grants for services that are primarily for older adults and people with disabilities living in Oregon.
The bid solicitation closed on Aug. 13 , 2022.
The ODHS Office of Aging and People with Disabilities (APD) recognizes the essential role of community-based organizations in community-led, culturally, and linguistically responsive case management and advocacy. APD acknowledges that there is a need for culturally responsive services for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Oregonians when trying to navigate health, legal, education and other public services. APD recognizes that organizations staffed with, and directed by, people with cultural and linguistic knowledge, sensitivity, and lived-experiences are critically important to provide culturally-responsive services that will meet these needs. This Request for Proposals seeks to create opportunities for one or more nonprofit organizations to provide accessible case management and advocacy services for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Oregon residents.
The bid solicitation closed on July 30, 2022
The ODHS Office of Aging and People with Disabilities is seeking proposals that provide mental health support services through Evidenced Based Community Intervention as described by the federal Administration for Community Living (ACL). To see the ACL definition of Evidence Based Community, visit the administration's website. The bid solicitation issued in OregonBuys does not include all ACL programs; it is focused on Mental Health Support and Evidence-Base Community Intervention services.
The bid solicitation closed on May 31, 2022.
The Office of Aging and People with Disabilities' Innovation Fund supports innovative projects that improve services for older adults and people with disabilities. APD has a total of $3 million to support innovative projects, with at least $2 million designated for projects focused on equity. Equity focused projects may include those serving communities and groups that have experienced barriers in accessing services and supports. Successful projects will be funded through a Request for Grant Proposals competitive process managed by the Office of Contracts and Procurement.
This bid solicitation closed on May 10, 2022.
University of Oregon Report - Innovation in the Public Sector: An Evaluation
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