Available Funding

Available Funding

Commonwealth Corporation is pleased to announce the release of the MA Health Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) Competency-Based Training Program RFQ.

Commonwealth Corporation seeks an experienced nonprofit higher education entity to deliver a flexible, online, competency-based training program targeted towards 150 adult learners employed at MassHealth ACOs and CPs. The subset of MassHealth ACOs and CPs will be selected by EOHHS and Commonwealth Corporation. The Competency-Based Training Program aims to build the competence and confidence of the frontline workforce in order to improve their capacity to function at the top of their roles in team-based care models in MassHealth ACOs and CPs. It also aims to equip individual program participants with portable and stackable credentials that can help advance their careers and set them on the path to higher education, if they so desire.

Link to RFQ: MassHealth DSRIP Competency-Based Training Program Grant RFQ
Link to RFQ Q&A: Not Yet Available
Link to Budget Form: MassHealth DSRIP Competency-Based Training Program Grant Budget Forms

Questions will be accepted in writing through Thursday, January 17, 2019. Please submit these via email to Karen Shack at kshack@commcorp.org. Applicants can sign up at this link to receive email notifications when new responses are posted.

CONTACT:
For questions about the objectives and requirements of the RFQ, contact:
Karen J. Shack
kshack@commcorp.org

Deadline to submit proposals: Thursday, January 24, 2019 by midnight. Please upload your submission electronically to the following link: https://commcorp.tfaforms.net/328742

This state-funded initiative is administered by Commonwealth Corporation on behalf of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) Office of Medicaid (MassHealth). This grant program is funded through the DSRIP Statewide Investments Program.

Commonwealth Corporation is pleased to announce the release of the Employment Program for Young Adults with Disabilities Program Request for Proposals.

Commonwealth Corporation is seeking applications from partnerships led by a community-based organization with:

  1. demonstrated success and expertise in preparing young adults with disabilities for employment, placing them in unsubsidized positions, and providing post placement support that leads to employment retention and,
  2. evidence of effective partnerships with employers that engage them in program design and delivery and have resulted in placements and retained employment of young adults with disabilities in targeted occupations at the employers’ workplaces.

Link to RFP:  Employment Program for Young Adults with Disabilities RFP

Link to RFP Q&A: Employment Program for Young Adults with Disabilities Q & A 12-7-18

Link to Budget Form: Employment Program for Young Adults with Disabilities Program FY19 Budget Application

Questions will be accepted in writing through Thursday, December 6, 2018. Please submit these via email to Theresa Rowland at trowland@commcorp.org. Applicants can sign up at this link to receive email notifications when new responses are posted.

CONTACT:
For questions about the objectives and requirements of the RFQ, contact:
Theresa Rowland
trowland@commcorp.org

Deadline to submit proposals: Tuesday, December 11, 2018 by midnight. Please upload your submission electronically to the following link: https://commcorp.tfaforms.net/328748

This state-funded initiative is administered by Commonwealth Corporation on behalf of the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development. This grant program is funded through a General Appropriation Act in the Fiscal Year 2019 State Budget (7003-0607).

Applications are closed and are currently under review. Applicants will be notified in December about the outcome of their applications.

Applications are closed and are currently under review. Applicants will be notified in as soon as possible about the outcome of their applications.

Click here to apply for a grant from the Workforce Training Fund.