SAC grants are right around the corner. Be prepared. Read more about it here.
2018 Federal Poverty Guidelines have been released. Time for you to update your Sliding Fee Discount Schedule and policy to reflect the latest and greatest updates. Click on the title to read all about it.
Have a site visit coming up? Let us help you prepare with a simulated site visit. We offer flexible, on-site and off-site, cost-effective, options tailored to your needs. Read our article to better understand what is expected, what's changed for 2018, and how to be prepared for your HRSA site visit.
Need assistance with your FY2018 Service Area Competition (SAC) application? We can help! Check out this article!
$75,000 in funds for existing grantees to expand mental health and substance abuse services, with an emphasis on opioid addiction. Due July 26, 2017. Read more in this article!
Need assistance with your SAC-AA application? Click to read more!
It's here. The dollars for New Access Points (NAP) have been released. 75 grantees will be awarded up to $650k per year for a new access point clinic. Those who demonstrate the greatest need will be awarded.
Grants.gov Due: June 17, 2016
Full Application Due (EHB): July 15, 2016
You can read the full release here, download the Grants.gov application, and read the grant guidance. CLC is ready to help you prepare this meticulous and time-consuming project to the best of your abilities. CLC offers grant writing services, budgeting, EHB training/assistance, needs analysis and project management. Contact us today to get started. Don't put it off til the last minute!
On July 30th, 2015 HRSA announced a new funding opportunity: FY2016 Substance Abuse Service Expansion (HRSA-16-074). You can read the official release, here. In summary, about $100 million in competitive funding will be awarded to 300 existing health centers to improve and expand the delivery of substance use disorder services, with a focus on medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder.
Read about HRSA-15-140 here. Dollars to support EHR/HIT training, workforce development, and oral health service delivery.
Click here to read about SAC-AA announcement for Cheyenne, Wyoming.