United States Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration
12/17/14 11:59 PM ET
Grants to Fort Bragg and Torrance, California, and Minneapolis, Minnesota non-profits, community-based, faith-based, and tribal organizations to support new or existing health care centers. Centers must provide accessible primary and preventive health services, and guarantee continuity of care to individuals in these areas.
Applicants must document an understanding of the need for primary health care services in the service area and propose a sound plan to meet this need. Further, applicants must demonstrate that the plan maximizes established collaborative and coordinated delivery systems for the provision of health care to the underserved.
New applicants and current grantees proposing to serve a new service area must meet the following readiness requirements.
• Within 120 days of notice of award, each proposed site must be operational with providers available at each site to begin providing services to the proposed population/community.
• Within one year of the Notice of Award, all providers must be hired and all sites must be operational for the targeted number of hours.
Applicants may propose a mobile medical van only if at least one full-time (operational 40 hours or more per week) permanent, fixed building site is also proposed in the SAC-AA application, with the exception of projects serving only migratory and seasonal agricultural workers, which may propose a full-time, seasonal service delivery site.
GrantWatch ID#: 149096
Up to 3 years. Project start date: June 1, 2015. All applicants must achieve full operational capacity as outlined in the application by December 31, 2016.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Applicants may obtain additional information regarding business, administrative, or fiscal issues:
HRSA Division of Grants Management Operations, OFAM
For additional information related to the overall program issues and/or technical assistance :
Office of Policy and Program Development
For additional technical assistance regarding this FOA may be obtained by contacting the appropriate PCAs, PCOs, or NCAs. For a list of contacts, see http://www.bphc.hrsa.gov/technicalassistance/partnerlinks.
For assistance when working online to submit application forms electronically:
Grants.gov Contact Center Telephone:
Applicants should always obtain a case number when calling for support. Contact Grants.gov 24 hours a day, seven days a week, excluding Federal holidays.
For assistance with submitting the remaining information in HRSA EHB:
BPHC Helpline 1-877-974-2742
HRSA’s Bureau of Primary Health Care is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ET, excluding federal holidays.
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