Health, Department of
05/04/10 4:30 PM
The EnAbLE program is seeking applications to offer a variety of programs or services that will improve residents’ quality of life, and empower them to become healthier, more independent and more integrated into their community. The program is intended to fund projects which could be replicated in other adult care facilities. Projects may include programs such as wellness and nutrition programs, independent living skills training, increased opportunities to participate in community events, and/or developing physical activity programs. Awardees will be expected to participate in a program evaluation conducted by the Department.
GrantWatch ID#: 123633
Preference will be given to applicants with 40 or fewer certified beds. In addition applicants will be given preference depending on the percentage of residents receiving SSI or Safety Net payments.
Applicants must be currently licensed by the Department of Health as an AH, EHP or RA certified under Section 461 of the Social Services Law.
Applicants may subcontract with organizations that are not AHs, EHPS or RAs and share project funds with them, but the grant applicant must be the AH, EHP or RA.
AHs, EHPs, or RAs with current EnAbLE contracts are not eligible to apply.
Questions Due March 26, 2010
Questions and Answers Posted April 9, 2010
New York State Department of Health
Division of Long Term Care Resources
Bureau of Long Term Care Operations
99 Washington Ave, Suite 826
Albany, New York 12210
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Martha Fennell, Contract Manager Department of Health
Office of Long Term Care
99 Washington Ave., Suite 826