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Request for Proposals

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RFP Description

Due Date

  The State of Connecticut Department of Public Health is seeking proposals to implement programs and initiatives that will lower the rate of tobacco use among Connecticut residents and prevent the initiation of tobacco use, following recognized best practices as defined by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

This proposal seeks to find a community organization to take the lead in developing and implementing a strategic plan designed to address tobacco-related disparities among the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (hereafter LGBTQ+) population in Connecticut in a designated community in the state.

This is a competitive bid; all those seeking funding must submit a proposal and follow the guidelines of this RFP.


RFP 2021-0091 for Best Practices in LGBTQ Tobacco Control PDF

Best Practices in LGBTQ Tobacco Control RFP forms

Questions & Answers-RFP 2021-0911



Deadline for submission of proposals is
May 10, 2022 at 2:00 P.M.

The State of Connecticut, Department of Public Health (DPH or the Department), is soliciting competitive sealed proposals from qualified applicants to act as the coordinating entity for the State of Connecticut’s Healthcare Coalition (HCC), and to serve as the fiduciary and administrative agent.

The target population for services provided by the HCC Contractor and as outlined in this RFP are all communities within the State of Connecticut. HCC Contractor planning and preparedness activities must be inclusive of the state’s diverse demographics and address healthcare access issues during an emergency’s response and recovery phases. The HCC Contractor is responsible for ensuring the HCC is represented by core organizations (indicated by * below) and other partners across the healthcare continuum including but not limited to:

Hospitals (acute, trauma, burn, pediatric, and rehabilitation hospitals) *

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) agencies *

Local public health *

Emergency management *

Skilled nursing facilities

Long term care facilities

Home health agencies

Behavioral health organizations

Federally Qualified Health Centers

Support services (pharmacies, dialysis, medical equipment supply, blood banks, poison control)

Outpatient service providers

This is a competitive bid; all those seeking funding must submit a proposal and follow the guidelines of this RFP.

RFP #: 2023-0902 for Healthcare Coalition Contractor

RFP_HCC_2023_0902_Section VII_Attachments

Deadline for submission of proposals is
May 19, 2022 at 11:59 PM