The King County Department of Community and Human Services (DCHS) Behavioral Health and Recovery Division (BHRD) is pleased to release the Request for Proposal (RFP) for Community Behavioral Health Rental Assistance. Up to $2.3 million is available through Washington State Department of Commerce funding. Applications are due on March 23, 2023, by 2:00 p.m. Pacific Time. CBRA provides long-term or bridge rental subsidies for people with behavioral health conditions who have recently been discharged from state or community psychiatric stays and their households.
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New Funding Opportunity: $1.1M for Rural/Mobile Behavioral Health and Outreach and Engagement
The King County Department of Community and Human Services (DCHS) Behavioral Health and Recovery Division (BHRD) is pleased to release the Request for Proposal (RFP) for Rural Behavioral Health Services – Mobile and Outreach/Engagement Services. Up to $1.1M is available through American Rescue Plan Act funding. DCHS anticipates funding three to six awards with a…
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New Funding Opportunity: $1.75M for Community Driven Behavioral Health from MIDD
The Community Driven Behavioral Health RFP from MIDD seeks to fund Small Organizations to provide community-driven behavioral health services that support the behavioral health needs within their own communities in King County.
What we all can do to reduce stigma around substance use disorder
Cross-posted on Public Health Insider. The shame and stigma of living with substance use disorder (SUD) has prevented many people from getting the help and support they need. In the United States, more than 22 million people with SUD have recovered, but around 90 percent of people with SUD still don’t seek treatment due to…
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Learn to Prevent Suicide in Your Family and Community with Free Prevention and Grief Trainings
King County DCHS’s Suicide Prevention Initiative is pleased to offer upcoming trainings to prevent suicide in your family and community. These trainings are free to all attend and may be shared widely.
July is BIPOC Mental Health Month — A look at some of what’s going on in DCHS
As BIPOC Mental Health Month comes to a close, we at the Department of Community and Human Services (DCHS) want to highlight some of the work DCHS is doing to address BIPOC mental health and increase culturally relevant programming.
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