Build a Healthier Staten Island: Healthy Neighborhood Project Phase II
Staten Island PPS’ Healthy Neighborhood Project measured the “health” of our communities; specifically, on how polices are reflected in our built environment and their impact on local health disparities. Using the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) CHANGE tool, a data-collection survey tool, community-level data was collected in Phase I by three local colleges. Phase I data identified areas where change is most needed to relieve the burden of health disparities specific to different Staten Island Neighborhoods.
Request for Proposal (RFP) Information
Funding Opportunity: Staten Island PPS will fund up to 3 Community-Based Organizations (CBO) to participate in Phase II of the Healthy Neighborhood Project. We are now accepting Request for Proposal (RFP) inquiries on your neighborhood of interest until June 15th. Your full proposal is due by July 15th. Projects are set to begin on September 1st, 2018.
Community Based Organizations interested in joining the Healthy Neighborhood Project should:
Step 1. Online Inquiry:
All applicants are required to submit an online inquiry for your neighborhood of interest. Download the RFP for instructions on how to submit your inquiry.
Step 2. Full Proposal:
After reviewing online inquiry forms, Staten Island PPS staff members will advise Community Based Organizations to submit a full proposal. Selected Community Based Organizations will be e-mailed specific instructions on how to submit the full proposal.
Questions about the RFP or project should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.