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Grants to California Nonprofits and Agencies to Provide Health Services and Programs to Local Residents

Concord/Pleasant Hill Health Care District Funding


Agency
Local

GrantWatch ID#
144294

Funding Source
Concord/Pleasant Hill Health Care District
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Geographic Focus
USA: California: Concord and/or Pleasant Hill

Important Dates
Conference Date: 11/09/22
Deadline: 12/12/22 5:00 PM Save

Grant Description
Grants to California nonprofit organizations and agencies to provide health services and programs to benefit local residents in eligible regions. Funding is intended to promote community well-being. Proposed projects, initiatives, and services must serve community members who live in the CPHHCD service area (Concord and/or Pleasant Hill).

The Concord/Pleasant Hill Health Care District is dedicated to improving the health of people and communities within the Health Care District by funding needed health programs, engaging in health collaborations, and promoting and advocating for needed changes in health policies. 

The CPHHCD is most interested in promoting and supporting community well-being by funding programs that support its funding priorities: 

Health Access:

  • Access to medical services
  • Access to dental services
  • Access to mental health services
  • Access to prescription drugs
  • Access to optometry services
  • Access to related transportation services
  • Assistance in accessing health services
  • Increasing provider competencies (training people and/or technology)
  • Making services geographically more accessible

Healthy Lifestyle:

  • Promote access to health information
  • Promote access to nutritional choices
  • Promote access to exercise, fitness programs
  • Promote access to prevention programs
  • Access to social services that complement health care services and enhance well-being


Recipient

Eligibility
  • Others (see text field entitled "Additional Eligibility Criteria" for clarification)

Additional Eligibility Criteria
These are the minimum qualifications required of all organizations seeking funding:
• Must be aligned to one or more of the funding priorities.
• Must be a nonprofit corporation and have 501(c)(3) federal tax-exempt status, or be a public agency, and must serve Concord and/or Pleasant Hill residents.
• Must present a program that in some tangible way addresses the health of people living within the Health Care District, especially populations most at-risk for poor health.
• Insurance Requirements

Requests Ineligible for Consideration
• Grants to individuals for any purpose
• Grants for research
• Grants for strictly religious purposes, which does not exempt consideration of legitimate health care programs conducted by a religious institution
• Grants for political lobbying or influencing elections
• Grants for fundraising

Pre-Proposal Conference
The kickoff for the next three-year cycle (2023/24, 2024/25 & 2025/26) will be held November 9, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. via ZOOM.

Meeting ID: 822 2019 9828
Passcode: 774913

Pre-Application Information
Timeline:
- November 9, 2022 Kickoff Meeting – Announcement of Grant Application Cycle and Distribution of Grant Application Packet.
- December 12, 2022 Deadline for grant application and all required documents online in City Data Services no later than 5 PM. Late applications will not be accepted.
- February-March, 2023 Agency Presentations to CPHHCD Grant Committee
- February-April, 2023 CPHHCD Grant Committee Review
- April 17, 2023 Applicants notified of funding recommendations.
- May 23, 2023 Funding recommendations presented to CPHHCD Board of Directors (Concord City Council) for review/approval.
- June, July, 2023 Process Contracts
- July 1, 2023 Funding cycle begins. Fifty percent (50%) of FY 2023/24 grant allocation is distributed to funded agencies following execution of contract

Estimated Size of Grant
The minimum grant amount is $10,000.

Term of Contract
Funding is provided for a two-year cycle followed by a three-year cycle. In the first year, a specific grant amount is awarded. Second and third-year funding is based on fund availability and grantee performance. Contracts are issued on an annual basis and adjusted proportionally among all grantees for fluctuations in funding.

Contact Information
Apply Online: http://citydataservices.net/

For additional information regarding the application packet, please contact:
Leng Power, Community Services Manager
Telephone: (925) 603-5838
Email: Leng.Power@cityofconcord.org
Fax: (925) 671-3449

Concord/Pleasant Hill Health Care District (CPHHCD)
A subsidiary of City of Concord
1950 Parkside Drive, MS/10
Concord, California 94519-2578

925-671-2489
cityinfo@cityofconcord.org

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