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Regional Prevention Council Applications  
Background  

Since its creation in 1984, the Ohio Children's Trust Fund (OCTF) has funded primary and secondary prevention strategies conducted at the local level, in addition to initiatives and projects of statewide significance, which are all designed to strengthen families and prevent child abuse and child neglect. Primary prevention is defined as services and programs that promote the general welfare of all children and families before abuse or neglect occurs and are accessible to everyone in the community.  Secondary prevention programs are activities and services that are provided to a specific population identified as having risk factors for child abuse and child neglect and are designed to intervene at the earliest warning signs of child abuse or child neglect, or whenever a child can be identified as being at risk for abuse or neglect.     

Starting in State Fiscal Year (SFY) 2016, local trust fund prevention efforts were shifted to a regional model and are now led by Regional Prevention Councils. Each council is directed by a regional prevention coordinator in partnership with county prevention specialists. Together, the regional prevention coordinator and county prevention specialists conduct a comprehensive needs assessment and create a regional prevention plan for their region. After receiving OCTF Board approval of the regional prevention plan, each regional prevention coordinator may contract with local service providers to serve families in the region and ensure that the plan is implemented correctly and that all progress is measured and reported.  

Please click on the link below for the regional council for which you are applying:

Central
Eastern
Great Lakes
Northeast
Northwest
Southeast
Southwest
Western
 

Central Ohio Regional Prevention Council   

There are no active funding opportunities for the Central Ohio Region.


 

Eastern Ohio Regional Prevention Council   

There are no active funding opportunities for the Eastern Ohio Region.

 
 


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Great Lakes Ohio Regional Prevention Council  

There are no active funding opportunities for the Great Lakes Ohio Region.

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Northeast Ohio Regional Prevention Council  

 There are no active funding opportunities for the Northeast Ohio Region.  

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Northwest Ohio Regional Prevention Council  

There are no active funding opportunities for the Northwest Ohio Region.



  

Southeast Ohio Regional Prevention Council  

The Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs at Ohio University is the Regional Prevention Coordinator of the Southeast Ohio Regional Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Council, which serves 13 counties.      

   

The Southeast Council is issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) to solicit proposals for child abuse and neglect prevention services in the region.  The Council is seeking proposals for one or more of the following programs to address its regional prevention plan strategy to strengthen parenting skills to promote children’s healthy social and emotional development:  

 Active Parenting - First Five Years
Active Parenting - 4th Edition
Active Parenting of Teens - 3rd Edition
Healthy families America

Incredible Years Baby (0-12 months)  

Incredible Years Toddler Basic (1-3 years)  

Incredible Years Preschool Basic (3-6 years)  

Incredible Years School Age Basic (6-12 years)  

Iowa Strengthening Families (10-14 years)  
Parent Café - Ohio Model
Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) Early Childhood
Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) 6-12

   

Proposals for the programming listed above are sought to be provided to the following counties that comprise the Southeast Region of Ohio: Athens, Gallia, Hocking, Jackson, Lawrence, Meigs, Morgan, Perry, Pike, Ross, Scioto, Vinton and Washington Counties.  

 
Proposals are due by 2:00 P.M. on Thursday, August 23, 2018, to the Ohio University Sourcing Portal.  

 

Interested applicants should visit the Ohio University Sourcing Portal to learn more about this opportunity and how to apply for funding at the link below.   

Click on the following link: https://iucpg.ionwave.net/login.aspx  

Select “Current Bid Opportunities” (green arrow) to view. In order to submit a bid, you must be registered as a supplier. Click on the “Supplier Registration” link (red arrow) and follow the instructions. You can click on the “How to Register Tutorial” (orange arrow) for further instructions to register.  For a visual aid, click here.

Should you have questions, please submit them to Tim Yake, Procurement Commodity Manager at yake@ohio.edu or through the Portal by Monday, August 6, 2018.   

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Southwest Ohio Regional Prevention Council  

There are no active funding opportunities for the Southwest Ohio Region.

 

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Western Ohio Regional Prevention Council  

There are no active funding opportunities for the Western Ohio Region.

 


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 Human Trafficking Prevention Project Information and Application
 

Application Information  

There are no active funding opportunities for the Human Trafficking Prevention Project.