Center for Sharing Public Health Services: Shared Services Learning Community
The Center for Sharing Public Health Services: Shared Services Learning Community, an initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, supports teams of public health officials that are addressing cross-jurisdictional sharing (CJS) issues. (Cross-jurisdictional sharing refers to sharing of services, resources, and functions across multiple public health agencies and jurisdictions.)
The Foundation will provide two-year grants of up to $125,000 to up to 18 teams of public health officials, policymakers, and other stakeholders that are exploring, implementing, and/or improving CJS arrangements between two or more public health agencies. Eligible teams must include public health leaders from each jurisdiction involved in the CJS effort.
The application deadline is August 29, 2012. Visit the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s website to review the Call for Proposals.