RFP Archive

Dental/Medical Integration RFP

Proposals are due by August 20, 2019

Illinois Children’s Healthcare Foundation (ILCHF) and Delta Dental of Illinois Foundation (DDILF) are investing up to $1.5 million in an initiative designed to integrate oral health and medical services for children and increasing access to integrated services in a clinical setting. Individual grants of up to $100,000 per grantee will be available.

Oral health is critical to overall health.  Research continues to show evidence of the connections between periodontal disease, and medical conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and pregnancy-related conditions.

We look forward to receiving your application.

To learn more about the Dental/Medical Integration initiative and download a pdf of the RFP click here.

To access the on-line application click here.

To download the Budget Template click here.

To download the Officer’s Certificate Form click here.

Proposals are due by August 20, 2019.

Medicaid Access Study RFP

Illinois Children’s Healthcare Foundation (ILCHF) and Delta Dental of Illinois Foundation (DDILF) are seeking applications for an accomplished research team to conduct a Medicaid Access Study in Illinois. The goal is to more deeply understand children’s access to oral health services by understanding the depth of provider participation in Medicaid. The study will fundamentally examine whether a child is provided an appointment, how long a wait they may face to receive the care, and how this compares by source of payment. See RFP below for further information and application instructions.

Medicaid Access Study RFP

Officer Certification Form

Budget Worksheet

Children’s Mental Health Initiative 2.0 Evaluation Team
Proposals due June 1, 2018

ILCHF is seeking applications from accomplished evaluation teams to work on a 7.5-year evaluation of its Children’s Mental Health Initiative 2.0.

To learn more about the CMHI 2.0 Evaluation and to download a pdf of the RFP for the Evaluation Team click here.

Frequently asked questions about the RFP are addressed here.

To download the Planning Grant Budget Template click here.

To download the Officer’s Certificate Form click here.

There will be a conference call to review the RFP on April 4th, 2018 at 10am.  Click here for more details and to RSVP.

Proposals are due by 5pm on June 1st, 2018. 

ILCHF Announces $10 Million Children’s Mental Health Initiative

UPDATE: March 20th, 2018 ILCHF announced the opening of an RFP for a CMHI 2.0 Evaluation Team.

The ILCHF Board of Directors has committed $10 Million to fund a children’s mental health initiative, Building Systems of Care Community by Community 2.0 (CMHI 2.0). This RFP will fund $200,000 for year-long planning grants to each of four communities. Communities that successfully complete the planning process will be eligible for six-year implementation grants of $2.1 million each. We look forward to receiving your application!

Children’s Mental Health Initiative 2.0 Evaluation Team
Proposals due June 1, 2018

ILCHF is seeking applications from accomplished evaluation teams to work on a 7.5-year evaluation of its Children’s Mental Health Initiative 2.0.

To learn more about the CMHI 2.0 Evaluation and to download a pdf of the RFP for the Evaluation Team click here.

Frequently asked questions about the RFP are addressed here.

To download the Planning Grant Budget Template click here.

To download the Officer’s Certificate Form click here.

There will be a conference call to review the RFP on April 4th, 2018 at 10am.  Click here for more details and to RSVP.

Proposals are due by 5pm on June 1st, 2018. 

Children’s Mental Health Initiative 2.0
Proposals due Feb. 1, 2018

Planning Grant applications will be submitted on-line.

To learn more about CMHI 2.0 and to download a pdf of the RFP for the Planning Grant Application click here.

To access the on-line application click here.

To download the Planning Grant Budget Template click here.

To download the Officer’s Certificate Form click here.

To access an in-progress application click here.

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