NEWS UPDATE: NOTICE OF INTENT TO AWARD
The Office of Health Equity, Community Development and Engagement Unit is pleased to announce a Notice of Intent to Award for the final component of the California Reducing Disparities Project (CRDP)-the Education, Outreach and Awareness (EOA) Consultant contract to the California Pan-Ethnic Health Network (CPEHN).
For over 25 years, CPEHN has been advocating for health equity for underserved diverse racial/ethnic communities, as well as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning populations. Most recently, CPEHN developed a community authored CRDP Strategic Plan to Reduce Mental Health Disparities from five population-specific Strategic Plans. Services to be provided by the EOA Consultant will include: a statewide mental health poll, media training and consulting, storytelling technical assistance to CRDP grantees, and community engagement across all priority populations.
This Intent to Award should not be considered as a binding commitment by the State of California.
The California Reducing Disparities Project and the California Pan-Ethnic Health Network (CPEHN) are excited to release the Strategic Plan to Reduce Mental Health Disparities. The plan was developed by CPEHN, alongside our partners representing diverse populations in California, as a community-driven and community authored document that provides a roadmap for reducing mental health disparities in unserved, underserved, and inappropriately served communities.
Go to the CPEHN page or click a link below to download the report and executive summary. The executive summary is translated in Simplified Chinese, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
California Reducing Disparities Project: Strategic Plan to Reduce Mental Health Disparities (English).
Request for Proposal CA Reducing Disparities Project Education, Outreach, and Awareness (EOA) Consultant
EOA Bidder's Conference
Tuesday, April 24, at 1:30 PM
1616 Capitol Ave., Room 74.553
Attendees will have to check in with security.
RSVP via email: Laura.Leonelli@cdph.ca.gov or call: 916-322-2199