“Upon successful execution of Program Funding Agreement, and all required documents and certifications, AHP shall disburse the Program Funds to the Sponsor for the amount of any reasonable, actual, and […]
“The applicant is aware of the fund expended deadline; however, their project is massive and will take several years after the state’s deadline to complete. They have multiple funding sources available and would like to know the following. Will the state fund a project that will not be completed by 2026-27 deadline? *This project is in Central Coast – with the least amount of grant applications.”
It is understood that some projects will continue construction after Dec 31, 2026. This is allowable. The goal of the Sponsor in these cases should be to expend BHCIP funds […]
CCMU will award up to $1 million to any Tribe or Tribal entity in California for the purpose of purchasing and maintaining vehicles to provide crisis and non-crisis behavioral health […]
Can non built-in furnishings (such as desks, tables, and chairs) be included in the Behavioral Health Continuum Infrastructure Program (BHCIP) budget?
“BHCIP does not fund non built-in furnishings. Non-built-in furnishings are considered FFEs, which are items that are not permanently affixed to a building and are consequently easily removable from their […]
Are furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FFE) covered by these Behavioral Health Continuum Infrastructure Program (BHCIP) grants?
FFE is not an allowable expense through the BHCIP funding grants. FFEs are items that are not permanently affixed to a building and are consequently easily removable from their respective […]
How will the program funding agreement (PFA), or contract, that will be issued for the BHCIP Round 4: Children and Youth grants compare to the sample Round 3 PFA on the BHCIP website?
While the bulk of this round’s PFA will echo the Round 3: Launch Ready PFA, there are two key differences: 1. Unlike the previous round, Round 4: Children and Youth […]
Please refer to the ASAM Treatment Criteria to determine the appropriate level of care across the behavioral health continuum. https://www.asam.org/asam-criteria/about-the-asam-criteria
Form 5: Applicant’s Certification of Prevailing Wage states that the applicant must be registered with the California Department of Industrial Relations. What registration is required?
In order for a general construction company to bid the project, the general contractor must be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR). Upon execution of the grant program […]
As indicated in the BHCIP Round 5 RFA, if a tribal entity, a letter of support from the tribal board at the time of application is required. A tribal council […]
We are planning to acquire a building that has already been completely built and would use it for a behavioral health clinic space instead of its original intent, an office building. Do DIR prevailing wage rules still apply?
Department of Industrial Relations rules and prevailing wages apply to any engineering or construction work you perform on the site. If you are acquiring a turnkey or move-in ready building […]