Health Center Grant Opportunities
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2024 Behavioral Health Service Expansion
HRSAThis funding will support health centers to increase access to behavioral health services through starting or expanding mental health and substance use disorder services. Eligible applicants include current health center program operational H80 grant award recipients. Estimated 400 new grants for $240 million in funding. Application due 5/22/24 and supplemental information due 6/21/24.05/22/24https://bphc.hrsa.gov/funding/funding-opportunities/behavioral-health-service-expansionhttps://grants.gov/search-results-detail/349049
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COVID-19 Mitigation Project Round Three
The Center at Sierra Health Foundation and California Department of Health Care ServicesThis project was designed to prevent, prepare, and respond to COVID-19 and ensure continuity of behavioral health services for individuals in mental health or substance use care or those who are unhoused. Contracts up to $200,000 for 7 months are available and contracts over $75,000 require regranting. CCBHCs, tribal providers, nonprofit community based organizations, FQHCs, crisi care mobile unit programs, opioid and harm reduction providers, adn more are encouraged to apply by May 29th.05/29/24https://www.shfcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/04/COVID-19_Mitigation_Project_RFA_2024_ADA-Final.pdfhttps://www.shfcenter.org/2024/04/funding-opportunity-covid-r3/
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Physical and Digital Infrastructure Security for Health Care Practitioners
HCAI and Cal OESThere is approximately $3 million available in state General Funds for the Program. Applicants may request up to $150,000 per practitioner site. To be eligible for the PDIS-Health Care Practitioner grant program, applicants must be:
• A currently licensed health care practitioner.
• Located in California; and
• Providing abortion-related services (or referrals to abortion-related services) and reproductive health care services.

Cal OES will hold a one-hour live webinar on April 18, 2024, at 10:00 a.m. PST to provide a general overview of the RFP, instructions on how to complete the application and answer questions. To register for the webinar, please email PDIS@caloes.ca.gov.
06/04/24https://www.caloes.ca.gov/grant-announcement/fy-2024-25-physical-and-digital-infrastructure-security-grant-dp-program-for-health-care-practitioners-rfp/?utm_source=General+Subscription&utm_campaign=8a1b5be5b4-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2023_07_19_09_38_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_-2d81a23e7b-%5BLIST_EMAIL_ID%5DHCAI and Cal OES released a second cycle of request for proposals (RFPs) for the reproductive health capital infrastructure grants. The deadline to apply is June 4, 2024, by 5:00 p.m. The purpose of this grant program is to provide funding for physical facility and digital security enhancements for health care facilities and practitioners providing abortion-related services and reproductive health care services throughout California that may be the target of violence and vandalism. See more information below.
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Physical and Digital Infrastructure Security for Health Care Facilities
HCAI and Cal OESThere is approximately $7,798,822 million available for the program. Applicants, including nonprofit organizations applying on behalf of eligible licensed facilities, may request up to $750,000. To be eligible for the PDIS-Health Care Facilities grant program, applicants must be:
1. A currently licensed community health center, tribal health program, or a nonprofit hospital that is not part of a large health or hospital system; or a nonprofit organization whose membership consists of the above licensed facilities.
2. Located in California; and
3. Providing abortion-related services (or referrals to abortion-related services) and reproductive health care services.

Cal OES will hold a one-hour live webinar on April 18, 2024, at 10:00 a.m. PST to provide a general overview of the RFP, instructions on how to complete the application and answer questions. To register for the webinar, please email PDIS@caloes.ca.gov.
06/04/24https://www.caloes.ca.gov/grant-announcement/fy-2024-25-physical-and-digital-infrastructure-security-grant-df-program-for-health-care-facilities-rfp/HCAI and Cal OES released a second cycle of request for proposals (RFPs) for the reproductive health capital infrastructure grants. The deadline to apply is June 4, 2024, by 5:00 p.m. The purpose of this grant program is to provide funding for physical facility and digital security enhancements for health care facilities and practitioners providing abortion-related services and reproductive health care services throughout California that may be the target of violence and vandalism. See more information below.
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Transitions in Care for Justice-Involved Populations
HRSAHRSA expects to expect to award $51 million in total funding to approximately 51 health centers in FY 2025. Health centers can apply for up to $1 million. This is a one-time competitive funding opportunity.

Health centers will use QIF-TJI funding to strengthen transitions in care for people who will soon be released from jail or prison and return to live in the community.

This funding will increase access to community-based, high quality primary care services for justice-involved individuals reentering the community (JI-R).
06/10/24https://bphc.hrsa.gov/funding/funding-opportunities/quality-improvement-fund-justice-involved-populationsYou must be a Health Center Program award recipient with an active H80 grant award to apply. This means you receive funding under Section 330(e), (g), (h), and/or (i) of the Public Health Service Act, as amended.

Review the Eligibility Information in the NOFO for more details.

Apply in both systems:
- Grants.gov: Apply by 11:59 p.m. ET on June 10, 2024.
- HRSA Electronic Handbooks (EHBs): Apply by 5 p.m. ET on July 2, 2024.
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Maternal and Child Health Policy Innovation Program
HRSAThe purpose of the Maternal and Child Health Policy Innovation Program (MCH PIP) is to support innovative city, county, or state-level policy initiatives that improve outcomes and reduce associated health disparities for maternal and child health populations. Successful award recipients will provide technical assistance (TA) to stakeholders4, including governors’ offices, state legislatures, state and local health officials, and other state and local officials5 to help them develop and implement policy initiatives that improve outcomes and reduce related health disparities. Technical assistance will include (1) convening learning communities (LCs) that engage stakeholders (listed above) in addition to community members and people with lived experience and (2) developing and disseminating informational resources such as (but not limited to) policy briefs, webinars, and/or legislation trackers. Technical assistance for policy initiatives that address social determinants of health6 (SDOH), such as improving access to quality affordable housing, healthy foods, or transportation, is especially encouraged. Award recipients will also support TA for cities, counties, and/or states on Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) priority topics such as maternal and infant mortality and readiness for obstetric emergencies, and emerging MCH issues (recent examples of which include congenital syphilis, environmental health threats, Medicaid redetermination, and vaccine promotion).09/01/24https://www.hrsa.gov/grants/find-funding/HRSA-24-037You can apply if your organization is in the United States and is:
• Public or private, • Community-based, or • Tribal (governments, organizations)

Contact:
Maura Dwyer
mdwyer@hrsa.gov
301-443-0830
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Supporting Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Screening and Intervention
HRSAThe Supporting Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Screening and Intervention program helps reduce alcohol use during pregnancy and improves outcomes for children with FASD nationwide, especially in communities where there’s a high rate of binge drinking during pregnancy. The program focuses on educating Primary Care Providers (PCPs) and increasing the use of screening, intervention, and referral processes for high-risk pregnancies. The program’s goals include increasing PCPs’ knowledge of the risks of drinking alcohol during pregnancy as well as promoting recommended screenings, interventions, and referral approaches. In addition, PCPs who provide health care to children and adolescents will develop skills to identify and manage FASD, with a particular emphasis on fostering effective communication with families. Through recruitment, education, and technical assistance, the program aims to make lasting positive changes. Engaging a minimum of 80 practices over 5 years, the Supporting FASD Screening and Intervention program strives for widespread impact, particularly in communities that have high rates of binge drinking during pregnancy, including rural areas and medically underserved communities.09/01/24https://www.hrsa.gov/grants/find-funding/HRSA-24-046All domestic public or private, nonprofit, and for-profit entities are eligible to apply. Click link for more information.

Contact:
M. Sonsy Fermin
wellwomancare@hrsa.gov
301-443-1702
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Center for Maternal and Child Health Medicaid Partnerships
HRSAThis notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the Center for Maternal and Child Health Medicaid Partnerships program. The purpose of the Center for Maternal and Child Health Medicaid Partnerships is to strengthen collaboration between state Medicaid, Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and Title V Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant (Title V) programs and advance innovative financing strategies that improve outcomes and reduce health disparities for maternal and child health (MCH) populations. The award recipient will build knowledge and shared priorities between state Medicaid, CHIP, and Title V programs and provide one-to-one, state-specific tailored capacity-building assistance directly to state Medicaid, CHIP, and Title V programs to support MCH. Support will include: (1) engaging state Title V, Medicaid, and CHIP programs to identify shared priorities and foster a common understanding of needs, opportunities, and best practices; (2) one-to-one, state-specific, tailored assistance to advance MCH financing; (3) support the development of innovative collaborative models leveraging HRSA, CHIP, and Medicaid funding, and (4) one-to-one capacity-building assistance to advance interagency agreements required by statute.09/30/24https://www.hrsa.gov/grants/find-funding/HRSA-24-105These types of domestic organizations may apply: • Public or private • Community-based, or • Tribal (governments, organizations)

Contact:
Maura Dwyer
mdwyer@hrsa.gov
301-443-0830
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Community Change Grant Program
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)Through the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is awarding up to $20 million each to support 150 disadvantaged communities to address climate change and environmental justice.11/21/24https://www.epa.gov/inflation-reduction-act/inflation-reduction-act-community-change-grants-program#NOFOMany CHCs are eligible to apply.

FAQs for applicants: chrome-extension://efaidnbmnnnibpcajpcglclefindmkaj/https://www.epa.gov/system/files/documents/2024-02/community-change-grants-nofo-faq-2.1.2024.pdf

NACHC is collaborating with Capital Link and Collective Energy to assist CHCs with grant applications and project planning/ implementation. If you are interested in exploring this option please complete this form: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=nNzVtOQk40OMGAGyqY5bImkiHuU3DOpAiib7VJjkxmBURElZOFpRNDFNVTNZN09HUllaUVo1T1BJOC4u

Email Julia Dempsey at NACHC, for application or project planning assistance: jdempsey@nachc.org
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CMSP Healthcare Infrastructure Development Matching Grant (HID Matching Grant)
CMSPHID Matching Grants help CMSP counties and non-profits contracted with CMSP counties expand their facility capacity to provide healthcare and behavioral health services by providing required local level match funds for state, federal or other infrastructure grants. Awards range up to $500,000 for projects serving one CMSP county and up to $1 million for projects serving more than one CMSP county.

Eligible applicants include the following county organizations in CMSP counties: Health Departments, Public Health Departments, Behavioral Health Departments, and Health and Human Services Agencies. Additionally, any of these county organizations may apply on behalf of a non-profit organization that is in the county and under contract with the county for the delivery of health or behavioral health services.
Please visit our website for full program details, to view the Request for Applications and to apply!
12/31/24https://cmspcounties.org/hid-matching/For questions regarding the HID Matching Grant, please email CMSP Grants Administrator, Laura Moyer at grants@cmspcounties.org
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Rural Health Clinic Vaccine Distribution (RHCVD) Program
HRSAUnder the program, Medicare-certified Rural Health Clinics (RHCs) receive direct COVID-19 vaccines in addition to their normal jurisdictions’ weekly allocation. Webinar recordings explaining RHC vaccine programs are available on the National Association of Rural Health Clinics website. As a reminder, the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 bivalent vaccine for people 12 years of age and older is available to order through the RHCVD program in both single and multi-dose vials. The single-dose option responds to widespread requests to allow greater flexibility for RHCs that may not have the demand or capacity to store multi-dose vials.https://www.hrsa.gov/coronavirus/rural-health-clinics/distributionContact RHCVaxDistribution@hrsa.gov for more information.
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CareMessage platform grant for new FQHC and FCC customers
CareMessagehttps://www.caremessage.org/patient-activation/?utm_campaign=Impact%20Fund%20Emails&utm_medium=email&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-9_Fsf2oOlMidITEmzCpzrzLKrsyIhFwfgGTLNk2PApYY21WlTfkGQ4R1EXAmEh5VtBgmiPzMr8i1BmKh8XDRNC47gZsw&_hsmi=303149696&utm_content=303149696&utm_source=hs_emailIn 2023, CareMessage facilitated the allocation of $500,000 in funding from philanthropic organization Direct Relief to 30 community health centers. These health centers were able to reach their 540,000 patients with effective messaging that helps them meet their clinical and operational goals.

This year, they’re going bigger! Established to help fulfill our mission of leveraging technology to improve the health equity of people from low socioeconomic backgrounds, the 2024 CareMessage Impact Fund consists of $2.2M to partially subsidize the cost of CareMessage adoption for approximately 125 safety-net healthcare organizations. Specifically, this funding will be used to subsidize first year adoption for new FQHC and FCC customers, and we want to make your members aware of this opportunity!

We know your member organizations can drive health equity by helping patients achieve access to care, improving their clinical outcomes, and helping to address social drivers of health (SDoH). CareMessage is a great tool to help achieve this- here’s some more info on how we do it.

Would you like to discuss how CareMessage can help your members? Just request a demo here: https://www.caremessage.org/contact-us/?utm_campaign=Impact%20Fund%20Emails&utm_medium=email&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-97F-4_KUgGNdmc15VgcsnbatJIphn8iZV26ml3WdhnPg46irnpHq1SFhxEYg87tP3NT8iGUJ-BHCYMMRHkSCOe1Y9tVw&_hsmi=303149696&utm_content=303149696&utm_source=hs_email