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1 Welcome to the Business and Operational Planning for School-Based Health Centers RFP Workshop April 12, 2010

2 Information Packet RFP Presentations Question and Answer School Health Center Overview Sample Floor Plans Example surveys for teachers, staff, and parents

3 What is an SBHC? A SBHC is a “health center located in a school or on school grounds that provides, at a minimum, on-site primary and preventive health care, mental health counseling, health promotion, referral and follow-up services for young people enrolled” (National Health & Education Consortium, 1995, p. 2).

4 SBHCs and Education Reform Dept of Education supportive of SBHCs- especially Sec. Duncan Full awareness at federal level that students need their social issues addressed so that they can learn “Time to begin reimagining our basic concept of school” Funding opportunities that include healthcare: Race to the Top Fund, Investing in Innovation (i3), Community Schools Act, We Care Act, Raise Up Act President Obama’s support of “place-based” care

5 SBHC Initiative Overview SBHC Business and Operational Planning Grants –7-month grants- up to $35,000 SBHC Implementation Grants –3-year grants for renovation, equipment, staffing SBHC Challenge Grants –2-year grants to assist with fundraising and program sustainability Technical Assistance

6 SBHC Business and Operational Planning Grants 7-Month Grants during 2010-11 school year 5-year Business Plan Operational Plan Implementation Proposal Technical Assistance

7 SBHC Planning Road Map Step One: Design your SBHC –Community, School and Student Needs Assessment –Model Design, including services provided and facility development –Operational Infrastructure –Policies and Procedures

8 SBHC Planning Road Map Step Two: Operational Business Plan –5-Year Budget –Revenue Projections –Revenue Barriers –Practice Management Resources –Quality Improvement Plan

9 SBHC Planning Road Map Step Three: Sustainability Plan –Fundraising Plan –Advocacy Plan –Evaluation FJrH&b=5573083

10 Proposal Details

11 Who Should Apply Nonprofit medical partners are the eligible applicants –Community health centers, hospitals, universities, health departments Need school and mental health partners involved in proposal submission and planning K-8 Schools Schools with students that face barriers to accessing health care services in their local communities

12 Selection Criteria Demonstrated need for access to primary health care for children in grades K-8 Strong collaboration among primary care provider, school, community, social service agencies and parents Demonstrated community support Service to a vulnerable population (e.g. medically indigent, low income, uninsured, inner-city, etc.) Services will be provided in Erie County Demonstrated ability to develop and implement a business plan

13 Use of Funds Consultants –Business and Financial Planning –Health care system expertise –Fundraising –Advocacy –Community Engagement Project Director Local travel Meeting facilitation Equipment rental Supplies

14 Application Details Cover Sheet Organizational Description Analysis of Need Description of planning process and timeline Budget

15 Proposal Outline Proposal SBHC Opportunity Goals and Objectives for the Planning Process Collaboration Community Input Evaluation and Data Collection

16 Budget Revenue Total Revenue for Planning Grant Income generated from services (please note if this is billed or collected income)NA Government grants & contracts (list separately) NA Grant request to the Foundation NA Other foundations' grant (list separately) NA Corporate donations (list separately) NA United Way or other campaigns NA Individuals' contributions or membership dues NA Fundraising events NA In-kind resources and contributions NA Other (specify) NA Total Revenue:0

17 Budget Expenses Total Expenses for Planning Grant Amount Requested from Foundation Salaries & wages (list separately by individual for the project) Fringe Benefits and payroll taxes Consultants (list separately for the project) Professional fees (list separately for the project) Travel Equipment (list separately for the project) Supplies Printing and copying Postage and delivery Rent and utilities (include telephone and fax; only new costs will be covered by any Foundation Grant) Other (specify) Total Expenses:00

18 Proposal Timeline RFP Workshop- today! Application Deadline: May 21 st at noon Site Visits: May 24-June 4 Award Date: July 3 Grantee Meetings, beginning in September Implementation Proposal Due: May 2011 SBHC Opening: School Year 2011-12

19 Discussion

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