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    Maryland Community Health Resources Commission issues first Consortium Call for Proposals to expand access to student mental health services statewide; up to $120 million will be available - Funds will be used to expand, establish, and support mental health services across the state​.

    The Consortium is targeting projects that address behavioral and mental health issues affecting students in all areas of the State through prevention programs, behavioral health screenings, counseling, addiction treatment, family support, crisis planning and services, telehealth services, support groups, and wraparound services.  Grant applications must be submitted electronically to Jen Clatterbuck (jen.clatterbuck@maryland.gov) by noon on October 11 2023.  A Frequently Asked Questions meeting was held on August​ 29, 2023 at 10:00 AM (Recording, Chat Transcript & PPT may be found below).  Grant awards are expected to be made in December 2023.  You may email: md.consortium@maryland.gov or call (410) 456-6525 with questions regarding the RFP or to submit questions in advance of the FAQ meeting.

    Coordinated Community Supports Partnership Grants to Service Providers Call for Proposals

    Coordinated Community Supports Partnership - Grants for Service Providers - Call for Proposals​​

    NEW:  Frequently Asked Questions Document​ - UPDATED 9.19.23​​

    Required Documents​

    Note - files with an * are downloadable files and you may be prompted to save the document prior to opening.​

    Additional Reference Documents                                                                                                                               

    Local Education Agency Flyers / Forms to Request Letter of Support​

    Consortium Call for Proposals FAQ Meeting (virtual):​

    Questions may be emailed in advance to: md.consortium@maryland.gov

    Registration for the FAQ virtual meeting is not necessary, but apprecaited.  Please click here​ to register.


    U​pcoming CHRC Funding Opportunities

    • October 2023 - Health Equity Resource Communities 
    • Winter 2023 - FY 2024 CHRC Annual Call for Proposals