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Recent News

Delayed start date and due date for Q1 reports


Apologies, but because our developers need additional time to update the quarterly reporting tool, we are asking agencies not to start their Q1 narrative reports until January 17. Again, please do not start the Q1 report until January 17.  When you do start the report, please also ensure you select the correct fiscal year (22-23).  Due to this delay, agencies will be given additional time to complete reports. Reports are now due February 15. Thank you and let us know if you have questions at or

City of Tallahassee Bridge Program



In FY2020, the City established the Bridge program to support local organizations proposing to implement innovative solutions to community needs but lacked the eligibility requirements to participate in the Community Human Service Partnership (CHSP) grant process.

The City currently administers the Community Human Service Partnership in collaboration with the County to provide an efficient and effective method for allocating human services grant funds. The CHSP process is robust and has received a Best Practice award from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. CHSP has several minimum requirements and operates on a two- year funding cycle. The Bridge program is an annual funding opportunity with less stringent requirements and enables nonprofit agencies that do not meet the minimum CHSP standards to strengthen its capacity while receiving funding up to a maximum of two years. Agencies are then required to apply to CHSP for funding. Agencies that have previously received or are currently receiving CHSP funding are not eligible for the Bridge program.


Minimum Eligibility Requirements

To apply to the Bridge program the agency must meet the following requirements:

  • The agency is registered as a 501(c)(3) with the United States Department of Treasury.
  • The agency can demonstrate a record of providing or intent to provide direct human services to residents of Leon County.
  • The agency has not received a CHSP funding award.


Online Application and Application Cycles

To be considered for funding, the agency must complete an online application at

The agency may submit only one application each funding cycle. Applications will be accepted between July 1st and July 31st, evaluated by August 31st. Fund disbursements are made at the beginning of the City’s fiscal year, October 1st.

CHSP Public Notice


The City of Tallahassee and Leon County invite all interested non-profit human service organizations to participate in the 2022/2023 - 2023/2024 funding cycle of the Community Human Service Partnership (CHSP) grant process. To apply for funding, the organization must provide direct human services to residents of the Tallahassee/Leon County area.

Please visit this link for more information.

CHSP Public Notice

Funded Agencies

Special Olympics Florida-Leon County

The mission of Special Olympics Florida is to provide year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for people with intellectual disabilities who wish to participate, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills, and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the community.

Divine Revelations Ministries, Inc.

The mission of Divine Revelations Ministries, Inc. (DRMI) is to empower people to live more enriching lives. We accomplish our mission by administering three core programs including the Geeks and Gramps (grandparents) Program, the Control the Fire! ©2015 Anger Management Program for adults, teens, and court-ordered clients; the Reclaiming Freedom from Addictions and Substances Program ©2021 for adults; crisis management, and community events addressing holistic health and wellbeing.

Turn About Inc of Tallahassee

Turn About provides services for children, adolescents, and young adults who are at-risk for or have alcohol, drug and/or behavioral problems and/or who have been victims of family or non-family violence. Turn About is a family and community-oriented program, providing clinical services which assist young people in remaining drug-free and in better managing their emotional and behavioral responses to life's challenges.