NAP Grant


Are you a community health center looking to compete for a base grant and designation as a FQHC? Are you an existing grantee looking to open a satellite clinic? Keep an eye out for NAP grants and contact us to discuss the application process. We can write the narrative, pick up the budget, manage upload into the EHB, help with forms and attachments, etc. We have a high success rate when it comes to securing awards in this highly competitive process.

Look Alike


Don’t have a grant? No problem. Abide by the program requirements of 330 program and receive a foot-in-the-door preference for the next round of funding. Also receive better rates of reimbursement on Medicare and Medicaid, participate in the 340 Drug Pricing Program, and access providers via the NHSC. Once designated, you will be asked to complete a renewal application, each year. We can help you assess your compliance with program requirements and through every step of the initial designation and renewal applications.

SAC Grant


As a grantee, when your project period comes to a close you will be asked to file a SAC grant application for renewal of funding. Requirements include a 60 to 80-page narrative, full budget, staffing profile, income analysis, performance measures, and various forms and attachments. Let us help you develop a strong application for continued funding.

Needs Assessment


HRSA recommends you conduct a community needs assessment at a minimum of every two to three years. Think of the needs assessment as your pitch for continued funding, therefore its contents and its message are vitally important to informing your organization of those you serve and intend to serve. Let us prepare a needs assessment specific to HRSAs requests and formatting. We can capture your existing sites and services or develop a needs assessment for a potential satellite location or FQHC start up.

Population Survey


Health centers are governed by a patient-majority Board of Directors. An accurate, in-depth analysis of your patient population or potential patient population within your service area, can improve access, outreach, or services development. We can help you develop and conduct in-house and community surveys, to gather reliable data that will aid your organization in meeting and exceeding your patients’ expectations.

Change In Scope


Want to add new service, delete an existing service, add a new site location, or notify HRSA of activities you perform outside your health center? You’ll need to file a Change In Scope (CIS) application in the EHB. We can assist you in evaluating the need for a CIS, as well as filing one in the EHB, and training you in review of relative forms to be certain you’re maintaining compliance.

UDS Report


Every calendar year end, HRSA requires grantees and look-alikes to produce a comprehensive report detailing patient demographics, services rendered, staffing profile, clinical outcomes, and financial performance indicators. Let us help you complete this meticulous reporting requirement.

HRSA Site Visit Preparation


Have a site visit coming up? Be ready to welcome HRSA reviewers to your facilities, interview your staff and review your policies, procedures and records. Be prepared to demonstrate that you are compliant with the 19 federal program requirements of the 330 program. We will run a mock site visit to be certain you are on top of your game.

Policy Development


Aligning policies and procedures with the 10 program requirements of the health center program is no easy task. HRSA project officers consistently request and review your policies for alignment with their specifics. We are well versed in policy development, review, revision, and have developed numerous templates to help aid in this tedious process.

Sliding Fee


Whether you’re a grantee or a look-alike, HRSA requires you to develop and maintain a Sliding Fee Discount Program (SFDP), so that eligible patients at or below 200% of Federal Poverty Guidelines may receive discounted services. Your policy and schedules must be well-developed and aligned with PIN 2014-02 to maintain compliance. Let us help you.



Need help with your FFR? The Payment Management System (PMS) requires a quarterly electronic Federal Financial Report (FFR) Cash Transaction Report that identifies cash expenditures against the authorized cooperative agreement funds. Failure to submit the report may result in the inability to access cooperate agreement funds. Let us help you out.