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Promoting First Relationships-Agency Training Project 2017

Public Health–Seattle & King County is requesting applications from community-based agencies to participate in Promoting First Relationships Agency Training, either TRAIN-THE-LEARNER training model OR Promoting First Relationships TRAIN-THE-TRAINER training model.  Veterans and Human Services Levy - Strengthening Families at Risk 4.3 programs seek to reduce families’ risk of involvement in the child welfare and justice systems by increasing strong maternal-child attachments, connections to community and/or extended families, and other indigenous supports. The goal of the project is for Agency staff to receive intensive training in the evidence-based curriculum, Promoting First Relationships (PFR), in order to become a PFR AGENCY PROVIDER or PFR AGENCY TRAINER depending on past training experience.

King County Youth Marijuana Prevention and Education Program

Funding is available to support community agencies and organizations interested in conducting youth marijuana/vaping prevention projects that align with the objectives of the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America Seven Strategies for Community Change and Washington State’s Youth Marijuana Prevention and Education Program.

Housing and Stability Services for Low Income People with HIV/AIDS for the Prevention Division and City of Seattle Human Services Department

This Request for Applications (RFA) is released jointly by the Seattle Human Services Department for Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS funding and Public Health – Seattle & King County for Ryan White Part A program funds. As our region faces an ever increasing number of persons experiencing homelessness and housing insecurity, we realize that we should be providing complementary rather than competing services and introducing collaboration throughout the entire housing continuum. This is the first RFA to include both funding sources. It is our expectation that the combined funding will support the direct connection between homelessness prevention and housing stability and access to and retention in medical care and viral suppression.

Ryan White HIV-Related Care Services for the Seattle Transitional Grant Area for the Prevention Division

Public Health – Seattle & King County is offering interested organizations an opportunity to apply for funds to support HIV-related care services located in the Seattle Transitional Grant Area (King, Snohomish, and Island counties). Funding may be used to provide services in categories defined by the Health Resources and Services Administration and prioritized by the Seattle Transitional Grant Area HIV/AIDS Planning Council.