Centering Healthcare Institute (CHI) requests proposals for in-kind services to increase access to its Centering model of care, which is focused on patient-centered, evidence-based group care.
CHI is a nonprofit organization that works with health care providers to improve care for moms, babies, and families. Its Centering model is proven to have a positive impact on health outcomes and to reduce racial health disparities. CHI sustains Centering programs in 560 practice sites, including many at essential hospitals.
CHI will provide implementation support and facilitation training for CenteringParenting, a program to provide family-centered well-child care in federally qualified health centers and community health centers, and ultimately eliminate the financial barrier to those in resource-limited communities.
Second wave proposals are due May 31 (for implementation to start by Sept. 30), and third wave proposals are due July 31 (for implementation to start by Nov. 30). A new grant program website includes details about the award and instructions on how to apply.