Funding Opportunities

Funding opportunities available to community-based organizations including Requests for Proposals and/or Requests for Information to provide services or operate programs to meet the needs of the Division of Community Based Military Programs at the Department of Military Affairs & Veterans Services and funding opportunities available through other federal and state resources are outlined on this page.



New Hampshire DMAVS--Request for Proposals (RFPs) or Request for Bids (RFBs) Accepting Submissions

The list below is sorted by release date, with the newest RFPs/RFBs at the top. Click on RFP/RFB title for more information.  

All RFP/RFB submissions must go through the State of New Hampshire Department of Administrative Services (DAS) procurement process and system.  

Get more information about that process and make your submission at the DAS Procurement and Support Services website.  

The following helpful information was summarized from the Online Vendor Registration FAQ page available at the DAS Procurement and Support Services website.  To view the entire FAQ document, please navigate to the DAS Procurement and Support Services website.  

For more information and a full list of services being sought by the State of New Hampshire, visit the DAS Procurement and Support Services website. To see a full list of RFPs and RFBs that DMAVS has issues, visit this LINK and enter "DMAVS" into Search by Bid#.  

 

RFPs/RFBs Issued by Division of Community Based Military Programs, DMAVS

Click on the title to view the pdf document.  Instructions on how to submit a proposal/bid are in the document.  

Title Bid # Closing Date Closing Time Contact & Other Info
future RFPs and RFBs to be listed here      

Erin Zayac, Administrator of Business Operations

erin.m.zayac@dmavs.nh.gov

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Become A Vendor?  
To become an authorized vendor to the State of New Hampshire you will want to complete the Online Vendor Registration process via the “Vendor Registration” link. You will need a valid e-mail address in order to complete the process. Please note that this e-mail address will be where all bids and proposals will be sent so it should not be a person’s personal e-mail address whenever possible. If you do not have a valid email address you can download the Vendor Application and Alternate W-9. These documents may be sent via fax at 603-271-2700 or physical copies may be mailed to 25 Capital St, Rm 102, Concord NH 03301. As a security precaution, Tax ID’s, E-mails, and certain other information are not stored on the website and will not show for companies that utilize the Returning Vendor link.

Does it cost anything to register as a vendor?
No, there is no registration fee.

How long does it take to receive a vendor number?
If an application is successfully submitted online it will take roughly 3 business days. This does not include the original day of submission or holidays.

May I place a bid without a Vendor Number?
Yes. You can place a bid without being a registered vendor; however contracts will only be awarded to a vendor who is currently registered and in good standing with the Secretary of State.

If my business has changed Tax IDs do I need a new vendor number?
Yes, vendor numbers are associated with your Tax ID. A new one should be issued if the Tax ID has changed.

 

Other Current Funding Opportunities

DMAVS is aware of the following current funding opportunities.  The purpose of listing them here is to provide awareness to community-based organizations serving Veterans in New Hampshire that may be interested.  If your organization is interested in pursuing any of the following, please direct all questions to the funding organization, not DMAVS.  

CDC-RFA-CE22-2204
Expansion of Comprehensive Suicide Prevention Across the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services
Centers for Disease Control - NCIPC

Application Due Date:  June 6, 2022

CDC's Injury Center announces availability of fiscal year 2022 funds to implement CDC- RFA-CE22-2204, Expansion of Comprehensive Suicide Prevention across the United States. This funding opportunity supports implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive public health approach to suicide prevention in the U.S.

This approach a) convenes and connects multi-sectoral partners (e.g., public health, mental health, people with lived experience); b) uses data to identify vulnerable populations (i.e., disproportionately affected populations [DAP]), understand contributors to suicide, and track trends in morbidity/mortality; c) assesses gaps in existing programs in the jurisdiction (d) implements complementary strategies with the best available evidence from Preventing Suicide: A Technical Package of Policy, Programs, and Practices; and e) communicates trends, progress, successes, and lessons learned to partners.

The approach is rigorously evaluated with a focus on continuous quality improvement and sustained impact. The purpose is to implement and evaluate the comprehensive approach, with attention to one or more DAP, (e.g., veterans, rural communities, tribal populations, LGBTQ, homeless, other) that account for a significant proportion of the suicide burden and/or have suicide rates greater than the general population in a jurisdiction(s) (e.g., state, county, tribe). Key outcomes include a 10% reduction in suicide morbidity and mortality in the DAP(s), in the chosen jurisdiction.

 

VA issues Notice of Funding Opportunity for Staff Sergeant Parker Gordon Fox Suicide Prevention Grant Program
04/14/2022 12:10 PM EST

Application Due Date:  June 10, 2022

As part of the Department of Veterans Affairs and White House national suicide prevention efforts, VA published a Notice of Funding Opportunity for approximately $51.75 million in suicide prevention grants.

Under Section 201 of the Commander John Scott Hannon Veterans Mental Health Care Improvement Act, known as the Staff Sergeant Parker Gordon Fox Suicide Prevention Grant Program, grants will be awarded to organizations that provide or coordinate suicide prevention services for Veterans at risk of suicide and the families of those Veterans.

 

OPPE-017
Outreach and Assistance for Socially Disadvantaged Farmers and Ranchers and Veteran Farmers and Ranchers
Department of Agriculture
Office of Partnerships and Public Engagements

Application Due Date:  June 8, 2022

The overall goal of the 2501 Program is to encourage and assist socially disadvantaged farmers and ranchers, veteran farmers and ranchers, and beginning farmers and ranchers with owning and operating farms and ranches and in participating equitably in the full range of agricultural, forestry, and related programs offered by USDA. It also includes projects that develop socially disadvantaged youths' interest in agriculture.
Eligible entities may compete for funding on projects that provide education and training in agriculture, agribusiness, forestry, agricultural-related services, and USDA programs, and to conduct outreach initiatives designed to accomplish those goals.

 

ED-GRANTS-042622-001
Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE): Higher Education Programs (HEP): Veterans Upward Bound (VUB) Program, Assistance Listing Number (ALN) 84.047V
Department of Education
  

Application Due Date:  June 10, 2022

The Upward Bound (UB) Program is one of the seven programs collectively known as the Federal TRIO Programs. The UB Program is a discretionary grant program that supports projects designed to provide students with the skills and motivation necessary to complete a program of secondary education and enter into and succeed in a program of postsecondary education. There are three types of grants under the UB Program: UB; VUB; and UB Math and Science. In this notice we invite applications for VUB grants only. The invitation to apply for UB grants was published in the Federal Register on December 16, 2021, and is available at https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2021/12/16/2021-27235/applications-for-new-awards-upward-bound-program. We will invite applications for UB Math and Science grants in a separate notice. 

The VUB Program supports projects designed to prepare, motivate, and assist military veterans in the development of academic and other skills necessary for acceptance into and success in a program of postsecondary education.

VUB grantees are required to provide the services listed in section 402C(b) and (c) of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended (HEA) (20 U.S.C. 1070a-13(b), (c)). Permissible services under the VUB Program are specified in section 402C(d) of the HEA (20 U.S.C. 1070a-13(d)). 

 

HHS Announces Its First-Ever Behavioral Health Recovery Innovation Challenge

Application Due Date:  July 15, 2022

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), is announcing its first-ever behavioral health Recovery Innovation Challenge. The goal of this challenge is to identify innovations developed by peer-run or community-based organizations, and entities that may partner with them—such as local or state governments, health systems, hospitals, or health plans—that advance recovery. SAMHSA defines recovery as a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live self-directed lives, and strive to reach their full potential.

The Challenge begins May 18, 2022, and the deadline for submission is July 15, 2022. The judging period takes place from July 15 to August 5; finalists will be announced on August 6. Finalists must give presentations to a panel of judges from September 2-9, 2022; awards will be announced in October 2022. The purse prize is up to $400,000. The competition will offer up to 10 awards, depending on the judges’ overall scores.

 

Mission Daybreak:  $20 million grand challenge to reduce Veteran suicides

Phase I Submission Due Date:  July 8, 2022 4:59pm EDT

Mission Daybreak, formerly known as the Suicide Prevention Grand Challenge, is a $20M grand challenge to reduce Veteran suicides.  The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs calls on innovators to develop suicide prevention solutions that meet the diverse needs of Veterans.

Mission Daybreak is part of the VA's 10-year strategy to end Veteran suicide through a comprehensive, public health approach and builds on the VA's long history of advancing health innovation to create an entire ecosystem of support for innovators and their solutions.  

The challenge officers $20M in non-dilutive funding, as well as non-monetary resources that include data, research, mentorship, educational webinars, and partnership opportunities.  As the nation's largest integrated healthcare system, VA is leveraging expertise from private-sector,  nonprofit, and government collaborators to support this ambitious mission.