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Routine, Opt-Out Syphilis Screening of Women and Other Individuals of Childbearing Capacity in Jails - A Funding Opportunity - Shared screen with speaker view
Sayone Thihalolipavan
28:05
hello, we are discussing w/our jail partners but not sure they can fit it in now. Do you know if this funding will be funded again in future years?
Rebekah Horowitz (she/her)
28:46
@sayone: we cannot guarantee that this project will occur again in other years.
Sayone Thihalolipavan
29:41
thank you Rebekah!
Kaitlin Cafferky
34:26
I have a question for eligibility, the RFP states priority will be given to applicants who have 100 or more syphilis cases among women - there is no date range. Your eligibility slide cited "100 or more syphilis cases in 2019 or 2020" - this would disqualify our LHD. Does this criteria have to be met or would it just make the application a priority?
Ashley Milcetic
34:47
For this project, 2,000 individuals are required to be screened? Or do 2,000 individuals need to be offered screening? I am in a smaller county with lower detention center admission rates.
Ashley Milcetic
37:08
Thank you, how many months is the project?
Ashley Milcetic
37:32
I am looking up population rates and we had just under 2K inmates admitted in 2019, so that counts us out. Thank you!
Laura Turpen
38:55
I am also representing a county too small for this project. Thank you for the information.
Evelyn Manley
42:09
I'm happy to reach out via email. Thanks!
Caitlyn Stockhausen
43:46
Sorry, I pressed the hand raised accidentally
Jennifer Howell
46:08
Thank you!
pamela weiland
46:12
Thanks - have a great day!!
Amelia Swafford
46:14
thanks!