The New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute (NYSDOH AI) Division of HIV and Hepatitis Health Care, Bureau of Hepatitis Health Care, and Health Research, Inc. (HRI) announce the availability of $4,500,000 annually in New York State (NYS) and federal funding for five (5) years to increase the number of people who are treated and cured for hepatitis C (HCV). As part of New York State’s (NYS’s) plan to eliminate HCV, this will be accomplished by creating a primary care-based integrated multidisciplinary model of care to serve all populations in an equitable manner, especially those currently underserved and socially disadvantaged. Funded applicants will conduct targeted outreach, linkage and care coordination to assist people with HCV, and HIV/HCV in accessing timely HCV medical care and appropriate supportive services in a primary care setting.
The goals of this RFA are to:
- Increase the number of people living with HCV who are linked to care;
- Increase HCV treatment initiation and completion rates; and
- Increase the number of people cured of HCV.
This RFA has been posted on the following websites:
the NYS Grants Gateway website:
Grants Gateway Opportunity #: DOH01-EHCV1-2020
New York State Department of Health:
HRI’s public website:
In order to apply for this RFA, eligible applicants must be prequalified in the New York State Grants Gateway and must submit an application via the New York State Grants Gateway.
Applicants may submit up to two (2) applications in response to this RFA. Up to fifteen (15) awards in total will be made as a result of this solicitation.
Late applications will not be accepted. Applications will not be accepted via fax, e-mail, hard copy or hand delivery.
RFA Release Date: September 12, 2019
Questions Due: September 26, 2019 by 4:00 PM ET
Questions, Answers and Updates Posted: (on or about) October 10, 2019
Applications Due: October 29, 2019 by 4:00 PM ET
All substantive questions must be submitted to Colleen Flanigan via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
To the degree possible, each inquiry should cite the RFA section and paragraph to which it refers. Written questions will be accepted until the date posted on the cover of this RFA. This includes Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) questions and questions pertaining to MWBE forms.
Last Updated on September 23, 2019 by HepFree NYC