Bid Solicitation: BD-19-1031-BCHAP-BCH01-29326
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Bid Number: BD-19-1031-BCHAP-BCH01-29326 Description: W19020 - Notice of Intent - Grant Partnership Opportunity for STRIVE Initiative Bid Opening Date: 08/03/2018 03:00:00 PM
Purchaser: Mary Beth Curley Organization: Department of Public Health
Department: BCHAP - Bureau of Community Health and Prevention Location: BCH01 - BCHAP Contracts
Fiscal Year: 19 Type Code: NS - Non-Statewide Solicitation Allow Electronic Quote: No
Alternate Id: W19020  Required Date: Available Date :  07/13/2018 10:01:14 AM
Info Contact: Stephanie Campbell at Bid Type: OPEN Informal Bid Flag: No
Purchase Method: Open Market
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Ship-to Address: Procurement Unit
250 Washington St., 8th Floor
Boston, MA 02108
Phone: (617)624-5800
Bill-to Address: Procurement Unit
250 Washington St., 8th Floor
Boston, MA 02108
Phone: (617)624-5800
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File Attachments: W19020 - STRIVE NOI
W19020 - NOI Announcement of Partners_STRIVE
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SBPP (Small Business Purchasing Program) Eligible?: NO
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Amendment # Amendment Date Amendment Note
1 08/17/2018 02:32:21 PM Uploaded Announcement of Partners document. Attachment File Changes: Header 1. File 'W19020 - NOI Announcement of Partners_STRIVE': File 'W19020 - NOI Announcement of Partners_STRIVE' added . Enrollment Date Changes:
Item Information
Item # 1:   ( 93-14  -  00 )   In an effort to continue to expand youth development work in Massachusetts that will support youth in achieving positive sexual and reproductive health outcomes, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) intends to apply for the Administration on Children, Youth and Families (ACYF) Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB) Title V State Sexual Risk Avoidance Education funding. If funded, MDPH's Title V Sexual Risk Avoidance Education Program will be known as Successful Teens: Relationships, Identity, and Values Education (STRIVE). The STRIVE Initiative will implement evidence-based curriculum and/or strategies that are: - Medically accurate and age appropriate - Culturally responsive - Effective in delaying the onset of sexual initiation. MDPH intends to fund partners that are currently working with youth and plan to integrate STRIVE into existing youth programs. Pending a successful federal application, MDPH anticipates awarding contracts between approximately $25,000-$50,000, with a minimum of 35 youth served per fiscal year.
U N S P S C Code: 93-14-00
   Community and social services
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