$5.2 million available for Polk County wellness programs
United Way of Central Florida announces a $5.2 million partnership with Polk County to expand wellness programs in Polk.
UWCF’s Community Wellness pilot program is seeking 501(c)(3) nonprofits to apply for a portion of the $5.2 million from Polk County to provide services in the categories of behavioral health, and prevention/early intervention.
Services must be provided to qualified Polk County residents as defined in section 212.055(7) Florida Statutes and Polk County Ordinance 2015-076.
“Our goal with this new pilot program is to expand health services to our community, specifically through behavioral health, preventative care and early intervention,” said Christina Criser Jackson, President & CEO of UWCF
Residents of Polk County without healthcare insurance and are at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level qualify for services provided by this program.
Nonprofits can apply by filling out the Request for Proposal application linked below. Applicants can email questions to email@example.com or visit uwcfwellness.com for more information.
Nonprofits interested in applying are also asked to attend one of the Request for Proposals Grant Orientation meetings at 2:30 p.m. on November 16th and 21st. Those interested can RSVP to the virtual Zoom meeting by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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