Funding Opportunity: Social Marketing “Media Buys”
Maryland Department of Health: Infectious Disease Prevention and Health Services Bureau, has developed a statewide program to help HIV, STIs and other infectious disease primary care providers to promote their services through multiple digital platforms.
Join the Maryland Pride in Health Steering Committee
Help guide the planning, development, and evaluation of LGBTQ+ affirming evidence-based substance use treatment services and low-barrier housing services to LGBTQ+ Marylanders across the state.
Project LEAP Community Advisory Board
Are you interested in becoming a Community Advisory Board (CAB) Member? The Project LEAP CAB is intended to represent consumers in Prince Georges County, Montgomery County, and Baltimore City impacted by Substance Use Disorders, Sexually Transmitted Infections, HIV including but not limited to consumers who represent diverse ages, gender identities, races/ethnicities, sexual orientations, or Status Neutral infected or affected individuals.
Funding Opportunity for the Reducing Overdose Through Community Approaches (ROCA) Mentorship Program
NACCHO, with support from the CDC, is pleased to announce a funding opportunity for the Reducing Overdose through Community Approaches (ROCA) Mentorship Program. This funding opportunity pairs mentor LHDs with experience in overdose prevention with mentee LHDs aiming to strengthen their jurisdiction’s capacity.
Washington, D.C. Regional Planning Commission on Health and HIV (COHAH) Membership Application
Any interested person living or working in the Washington EMA may apply for membership on the Washington, D.C. Regional Planning Commission on Health and HIV (COHAH). COHAH will invigorate planning for HIV prevention and care programs that will demonstrate effectiveness, innovation, accountability, and responsiveness to our community.
Grant Opportunity: Community Health Worker Training Program Development and Implementation
The Office of Population Health Improvement at the Maryland Department of Health seeks interested organizations to apply for a grant for the development and implementation of community health worker (CHW) training programs.