Maryland CHRC: Request for Proposals
The Maryland Community Health Resources Commission (CHRC), established in 2005, works to expand access to health care services in underserved communities in Maryland. CHRC’s most recent call for proposals, Supporting Community Health Resources: Building Capacity, Expanding Access, and Improving Population Health, was released on November 3, 2014. The program will award grants to community health resources serving Maryland residents that are working in the following program areas:
- Promoting comprehensive women’s health services and reducing infant mortality rates
- Expanding access to dental care
- Supporting new access points and expanding primary care capacity
- Building safety net provider capacity
Over the last nine years, the Commission has awarded 143 grants totaling $42 million. Funded programs have provided services to over 144,000 patients, resulting in more than 439,000 patient visits.
For more information on how to apply for funding please see CHRC’s Request for Proposals.
Maryland School Based Health In the News
CareClix Telemedicine has launched a Telemedicine initiative in 5 Howard County, Maryland schools. Read more about this initiative here.
We want to hear from you about any happenings and success stories at your school-based health center. If you liked to be featured in our newsletter as the SBHC spotlight please contact us with information about your SBHC and its programming along with any accompanying photos. Send your stories to MASBHC Project Manager, Sapna Hencinski at email@example.com
MASBHC is growing and growing fast. Please continue to support us as we join the communities in which we serve.
• MASBHC’s presence at community events;
• MASBHC collaboration with like-organizations;
• MASBHC sponsored events at community partnering sites.