Call for Proposals: Baby Doe Litigation Settlement Funds
The Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW) Committee of the Washington County Commission seeks proposals for the opioid litigation settlement funds including:
County allocations (funds that address county system costs incurred in the past due to opioid crisis or increase county capacity to address recovery or prevention in the future); or grants to external organizations who propose programming to address prevention, early intervention for children with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, outpatient treatment programs; supportive services/resources (e.g., housing, job centers, etc. directed at those in recovery) and residential treatment centers (community-facing/court-facing).
Proposals must be submitted by email to Commissioner Jones, HEW Chair, Washington County Commission at email@example.com by April 15, 2022.
Proposals must be 3 pages (single spaced) or less, using the following structure/format:
Submitting Agency and Individual Preparing Application:
Coordinating Agencies or Collaborators:
Total Funds Requested:
Brief Overview/Description of Project
Aims: List the Aims of the Project
Rationale: Describe the rationale, including local data that supports the project
Approach: Describe the approach, including the evidence base for this approach
Anticipated Outcomes: Describe the outcomes, including how you plan to measure and report them
Capacity: Describe the capacity of your organization and collaborators to complete the project
Budget: provide budget details/breakdown of costs
Potential applicants are advised that all submissions are subject to disclosure under the Tennessee Public Records Act.