Funding, Grants, & RFPs

Please see the below opportunities for funding

1. Behavioral Health & Supportive Services

BCHD seeks a vendor seeks a vendor to provide unfunded behavioral health and supportive services for individuals experiencing homelessness diagnosed with behavioral health conditions. This funding opportunity will close on Friday, February 10, 2023. Questions should be directed to Jennifer Martin, Deputy Commissioner for Population Health and Disease Prevention at

Please see the related documents below.

Here is the link for pre-bid conference - ID: 83008212058
Passcode: 923646
Telephone: 13017158592, 83008212058#


2. Seeking Experienced Financial Organization to Respond to RFP for Fiscal Agent

The Baltimore Health Department is issuing a Request for Proposal (RFP) to secure an organization to serve as the fiscal agent for the management and disbursal of federal and state HIV funds to the Ryan White Part B and Ending the HIV Epidemic Programs.

Intent to Bid is due Feb. 3, 2023.


3. RFA to increase access to COVID-19 vaccines

The Baltimore City Health Department’s Division of Youth Wellness and Community Health is seeking multiple vendors to support our effort to increase access to COVID-19 vaccines, particularly in underserved communities. 

Areas of service include holding vaccine clinics, staff and provider training, care coordination, targeted resident outreach, and evaluation.

We have extended the COVID-19 Vaccination RFA LOI deadline. LOI EXTENSION : Due FEBRUARY 17, 2023.

Pre-bid Conference Details: To view the full Pre-bid conference click here

BCHD Internal: COVID19 Mass Vaccination Planning

Download Copy of : RFA Meeting Question and Answer

All corresponding documentation are listed as RFA COVID-19 Vaccination 1-8 at the bottom of the page.


4. Web Portal Customization for Labratory

The Baltimore City Health Department is requesting applications to provide support and maintenance for the Lab Web Portal (LWP) used in the lab’s management of test orders and reporting. The selected vendor will be expected to provide required customizations and ensure the system is always accessible by the lab and Baltimore City residents. Refer to Operations RFA documents 1-5 to apply.





5. Vaccination Mass Communications Campaign

The Baltimore City Health Department seeks multiple vendors to apply for the opportunity to provide professional communication services to the department. The funding will support a $1M Covid-19 vaccination promotion campaign. Please find the corresponding documents below:

COVID Communications RFA Document 

Related Documents