CASPER, Wyo. — Six regional sites in Wyoming will be selected to support a “Wyoming Cancer Resource Services Regional Coordinator Program.”
Nonprofits and health systems across the state working to implement cancer control strategies can apply for the grant funding from the Wyoming Department of Health.
“The purpose of this competitive application process is to select six regional sites throughout Wyoming to coordinate cancer control activities and patient navigation to support work outlined in the Wyoming Cancer Control Plan,” the health department said on Friday, Dec. 20. “Selected applicants will be required to hire and manage regional program personnel, provide necessary fiscal functions, and oversee all needed administrative and human resource support including staff training and collaboration with WDH and other stakeholders.”
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“Proposals will be considered from Wyoming tax-exempt, nonprofit organizations, and public and private organizations that are in good standing with the State of Wyoming.”
In order to apply, registration with the Systems for Award Management is required.
“Applications must be received by January 31,” the health department adds. “The anticipated contract term will be from July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2022.”