Will there be some flexibility from licensing to combine functions? For example, could we have a youth crisis stabilization unit combined with respite/sobering/urgent care in the same building?
Applicants for Round 4: Children and Youth grants can apply for different facility types in one application as long as the programs are in the same location. Questions about licensing […]
“Counties, cities, tribal entities (including 638s and urban clinics), nonprofit organizations, and for-profit organizations whose projects reflect the state’s priorities and also:• expand community capacity to serve Californians ages 25 […]
Children and youth ages 25 and younger, including pregnant and postpartum women and their children, children, and transition-age youth (TAY), along with their families.
Perinatal means pregnant and postpartum women and their children. Perinatal facilities that are publicly funded must adhere to DHCS Perinatal Practice Guidelines.
Are private (not nonprofit or nongovernmental) organizations eligible to apply for BHCIP Children and Youth grants?
Yes. For-profit organizations and other private organizations—including private real estate developers—whose projects reflect the state priorities are eligible to apply for these funds.
We are a behavioral health care organization for children and youth and applied for BHCIP Launch Ready funds. Should we also apply for Youth and Children funds, or will DHCS consider our application in the round in which it fits best?
BHCIP Round 4 Children and Youth is a separate and distinct application from Round 3 Launch Ready. Applicants who are not awarded funding in Round 3 are encouraged to apply […]
How will funds for Round 4 be released to awardees? Will they be given reimbursement as they expend funds or will funds be released immediately and proof of expenditure to be submitted later?
Disbursement of funds will follow a standard 30-day draw period and 45-day payment cycle for work completed. The grantee will submit to the draw authority invoices for work completed over […]
Can the BHCIP Children and Youth funds be used for the purchase of a building for transitional housing programming or permanent supportive housing for youth ages 18 through 25?
No. The facilities to be funded in BHCIP Round 4 Children and Youth are specific to the expansion of behavioral health services in community mental health clinics, community treatment facilities, […]
No. The eligible facilities to be funded in BHCIP Round 4: Children and Youth include the following: community mental health clinics, community treatment facilities, community wellness/prevention centers, outpatient treatment for […]
Will there be funding for pre-development activities, such as feasibility studies, environmental impact studies, and engineering plans?
Funding for pre-development activities is included in the overall budget for the proposed project. Pre-development activities may include but are not limited to funds to hire an architect to draw […]