Mental Health and Addiction Services: New RFP Released

Building on a successful funding partnership, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville (OHFN) and 317 Board announced a new funding opportunity designed to strengthen the continuum of care for mental health and addiction services in Athens, Hocking and Vinton counties.

In 2012, the 317 Board and OHFN formed a funding partnership to collaboratively support innovative and effective strategies to improve behavioral health services in southeastern Ohio.  Through the funding partnership, resources were directed to improving behavioral and physical health outcomes of individuals with mental health and substance abuse disorders through integrated care projects. 

This year, the funding partnership is expanding its focus to strengthen the overall mental health and addiction services continuum of care in Athens, Hocking and Vinton counties.  Through this effort, the funding partnership will jointly solicit, review and support investments in projects reflective of the following priorities:

  • Infrastructure enhancements to property or equipment that directly impacts and improves consumer services and experiences; 
  • Provider training opportunities to expand, enhance or enable innovative and effective service delivery models; and/or
  • Cross-system collaborations to expand or create new capacity to coordinate consumer-focused services. 

Mental Health and Addiction Services: New RFP Released

Building on a successful funding partnership, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville (OHFN) and 317 Board announced a new funding opportunity designed to strengthen the continuum of care for mental health and addiction services in Athens, Hocking and Vinton counties.

In 2012, the 317 Board and OHFN formed a funding partnership to collaboratively support innovative and effective strategies to improve behavioral health services in southeastern Ohio.  Through the funding partnership, resources were directed to improving behavioral and physical health outcomes of individuals with mental health and substance abuse disorders through integrated care projects. 

This year, the funding partnership is expanding its focus to strengthen the overall mental health and addiction services continuum of care in Athens, Hocking and Vinton counties.  Through this effort, the funding partnership will jointly solicit, review and support investments in projects reflective of the following priorities:

  • Infrastructure enhancements to property or equipment that directly impacts and improves consumer services and experiences; 
  • Provider training opportunities to expand, enhance or enable innovative and effective service delivery models; and/or
  • Cross-system collaborations to expand or create new capacity to coordinate consumer-focused services.