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Due date: No later than August 13, 2020 by 12:00 pm
Contact: Chris D’Abreau, cdabreau@kingcounty.gov
Submit application to: cpres-odir@kingcounty.gov

Link/share this page at www.kingcounty.gov/rfp/e-monitoring


Description

The goal of this project is to contract with one or more community based organization(s) to meet the needs, as defined by the youth and their families, of youth and their families impacted by EHM. The intended outcome of this project is for youth and family members or guardians to benefit from interventions that are therapeutic, restorative, strengths-based, racially and ethnically affirming and founded on culturally appropriate practices that emphasize healing.

Pre-application conference

Public Health – Seattle & King County (PHSKC) and Zero Youth Detention will conduct two online pre-application conferences for this RFP. This conference will be an opportunity for interested organizations to hear more about the project, to ask questions, and learn about the application process.