You’re invited to apply for Behavioral Health Continuum Infrastructure Program (BHCIP) Round 4: Children and Youth funding!
Eligible applicants include counties, cities, tribal entities (including 638s and urban clinics), nonprofit organizations, for-profit organizations, and other for-profit organizations.
Visit the Children and Youth Grant page to learn more, including information on how to complete the required pre-application consultation survey, links to apply, deadlines, and background resources.
You’ll find information on current and future funding opportunities, as well as previous funding rounds, below.
OPEN FUNDING ROUNDS
CCE Capital Expansion (Joint RFA)
Grantees may be approved to use a portion of these funds to establish a capitalized operating subsidy reserve (COSR) for these projects, available for use for up to 5 years.
Applications for CCE Capital Expansion project funding will be accepted on a project-by-project basis through this joint RFA and funded on a rolling basis until funds are exhausted.
More information on how to apply for Capital Expansion funds can be found on the Joint RFA page.
Read more about the NOFA.
FUTURE FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
Rounds 5: Crisis Continuum
Round 6: Outstanding Needs Remaining After Rounds 3 Through 5
Round 6: | RFA Release: 2023.
The focus of this round of BHCIP funding will be to address gaps and needs as identified in a statewide needs assessment.
To stay informed on Round 6 and other BHCIP funding opportunities, join the mailing list.
CLOSED FUNDING ROUNDS
Crisis Care Mobile Units (CCMU) Program
Utilizing funding received from BHCIP and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) through the Coronavirus Response and Relief Appropriations Act (CRRSAA), the CCMU Program provides funding for infrastructure and some limited direct services to expand mobile behavioral health crisis services.
Learn more on the CCMU Grant page.
Round 2: Behavioral Health County Tribal Planning Grant
Round 3: Launch Ready (Joint RFA)
DHCS is awarding BHCIP Round 3 Launch Ready grants to:
- counties, cities, tribal entities (including 638s and urban clinics)
- nonprofit organizations, for-profit organizations
- other private organizations, including private real estate developers
To expand community capacity for serving the behavioral health (mental health and substance use disorder/SUD) population and must make a commitment to serve Medi-Cal beneficiaries.
Learn more about Launch Ready here.
Round 4: Children and Youth
DHCS will award BHCIP Round 4: Children and Youth grants to expand community capacity for serving the behavioral health (mental health and substance use disorder/SUD) needs of Californians ages 25 and younger, including pregnant and postpartum women and their children, and transition-age youth, along with their families. Successful applicants must make a commitment to serve Medi-Cal beneficiaries.
Eligible entitles include:
- Counties, cities, tribal entities (including 638s and urban clinics)
- Nonprofit organizations, for-profit organizations
- Other private organizations, including private real estate developers
More information regarding funding for Round 4: Children and Youth, including the RFA, application instructions, and links to apply, can be found on the Children and Youth Grant webpage.