FE? REACH-Out and help kids renew their health insurance!

The Community Service Society of New York (CSS) is now accepting proposals to join
the Community Health Advocates (CHA) network and provide consumer
assistance and education about health care and coverage.  CHA is New York’s statewide consumer assistance program created under the ACA.

CHA will give out grants to up to six new organizations located in and around Central and Western New York, the Hudson Valley region, and Upper Manhattan and the Bronx in New York City. Grants will be funded at up to $60,000 for the expected contract period from November 1, 2011 to August 14, 2012.

Questions on the RFP are due by this Friday, October 7th.  Answers will be posted on the CHA website on October 12th.  Applications are due by 5 PM on Friday, October 21st.

To view the RFP, visit the CHA website at: http://www.communityhealthadvocates.org/2011CHARFP

 

 

 

Here is a note of interest for any community-based facilitated enrollment agencies out there.  The Community Service Society has issued an RFP for a new project titled the Retention and Enrollment Assistance through Community and Healthcare Outreach (REACH-Out) Project (say that three times fast). 

The goal of the REACH-Out project is to increase statewide retention rates for low-income kids in New York’s public health insurance programs. The RFP is open to facilitated enrollment (FE) lead agencies and FE subcontractor organizations.

Applications are due Friday, October 21. Questions on the RFP and Project are due by September 30th to Catherine Chao at cchao@cssny.org.

Click here to view the RFP.