Lead Poisoning Prevention - Swab Team Services Grant - EH: Minnesota Department of Health

Lead Poisoning Prevention
Swab Team Services Grant

The Minnesota Department of Health Lead and Healthy Homes Program (LHHP) is announcing the availability of swab team services grants for the 2018–19 biennium. "Swab team services" are defined as activities that provide protection from lead hazards primarily through the use of interim controls.

These grants are intended to train workers, provide lead screening, education, outreach, and swab team services for residential properties. Projects that provide AmeriCorps funding or positions, or leverage matching funds, as part of the delivery of the services will be given priority for the grant funds. In addition, proposed projects should address health equity.

The total amount of the grant funding for the entire grant period (October 1, 2017–June 30, 2019) is up to $958,000, or $479,000 per year. The grant funds are dependent upon the availability of state lead funds approved by the legislature to MDH. Any awarding of final grant agreements as a result of this RFP process is subject to final approval by the Commissioner of Health.

Applicants must complete the Swab Team Services Grant Application (PDF). Additional instructions are provided in the Swab Team Services Grant RFP (PDF) and the Swab Team Services Grant Application. Applications must be submitted by email to Larry Olson at larry.w.olson@state.mn.us by 4:00 P.M. Central Standard Time, Friday, September 8, 2017.

All questions about this RFP must be submitted by email before Tuesday, September 5, 2017 to the designated MDH contact:
Larry Olson at larry.w.olson@state.mn.us.

Questions and Answers During Swab Grant RFP Period

 

Updated Tuesday, August 29, 2017 at 09:23AM