Community Care Expansion (CCE) Program Grant
The CCE program will provide $805 million in funding for acquisition, construction, and rehabilitation to preserve and expand adult and senior care facilities that serve SSI/SSP and CAPI applicants and
recipients, including those who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
CCE Capital Expansion
• Approximately 75 percent of funds ($570 Million) will be made available for capital expansion projects, including acquisition, construction, and rehabilitation of residential care settings.
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. However,
projects that cannot be funded prior to applicable obligation and liquidation deadlines may not be funded. A portion of the CCE budget includes Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS)
funding that must be obligated by December 2023 and liquidated by June 2026, as well as State Fiscal Recovery Funds (SFRF) that must be obligated by June 2024 and liquidated by December
2026. The exact timeline for obligation and liquidation of funds for each funded project will be provided in the grant award announcement
More information can be found on the Joint RFA page.
How to Apply
- Review the RFA and all attachments located in the below section.
- Read the FAQ before you begin your consultation application.
- Visit the Pre-Application Consultations and Technical Assistance page and begin the Pre-Application Process.
- Review the Application Guide
- Begin the application for funding with Survey Monkey Apply
CDSS has contracted with Advocates for Human Potential, Inc. (AHP), to implement this project, and AHP will offer technical assistance throughout the course of this grant.
If you previously had an application in the Lendistry portal and would like additional information about your application or switching between the portals, contact the AHP Help Desk.
Use our FAQ search feature to help find topics related to the funding round you are pursuing.
CCE Preservation, Including Capital Preservation
Approximately 25 percent of the funds will be made available for rehabilitation to preserve settings that currently serve the target populations, including $55 million for a COSR for existing
licensed facilities, including but not limited to those facilities that receive preservation capital funding. These funds will be provided to counties and tribes through a direct-to-county and
-tribe allocation process that will be announced separately from this joint RFA. These future funding opportunities will be announced here soon.
More information can be found on the Preservation (NOFA) page.
Resources for LA County-based Facilities
- Watch the Expanding Capacity for Residential Care through Partnership Webinar – June 29, 2022
- View the slides for Expanding Capacity for Residential Care through Partnership Webinar – June 29, 2022
- View the FAQ – June 29, 2022
Forms & Templates for CCE Grantees
News & Events for CCE Grantees
The California Department of Social Services (CDSS) is in the process of reviewing applications received to date for its Community Care Expansion (CCE) program Capital Expansion funds. Together with Advocates for Human Potential, Inc. (AHP), the CCE third-party...
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Community Care Expansion Program – News Release
The California Department of Social Services (CDSS) today announced that five organizations were awarded a total of $47 million in grants to create more residential care options for seniors and adults with disabilities, including people at risk of or experiencing homelessness.
These are the first grants awarded through the new Community Care Expansion (CCE) – Capital Expansion Grant Program, which will provide a total of $570 million for the acquisition, rehabilitation, and construction of adult and senior care facilities serving Supplemental Security Income/State Supplementary Payment (SSI/SSP) and Cash Assistance Program for Immigrants (CAPI) applicants and recipients, as well as other community-based residential care settings, such as permanent supportive housing and recuperative care sites.
Community Care Expansion Program – Capital Expansion Grant Outreach
The California Department of Social Services (CDSS) is in the process of reviewing applications received to date for its Community Care Expansion (CCE) program Capital Expansion funds. Together with Advocates for Human Potential, Inc. (AHP), the CCE third–party administrator, CDSS looks forward to beginning the awards process soon.
As the review process continues, CDSS and AHP will begin reaching out to Capital Expansion applicants by email, as needed, to clarify components of the application and/or request additional documentation related to the CCE project. Applicants that receive a request for clarification are encouraged to review the information promptly and contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Community Care Expansion Program – Capital Expansion Grant Update
California is making significant investments in supporting seniors and adults with disabilities to live safely in the community. Earlier this year, the California Department of Social Services announced $805 million available through its Community Care Expansion Program to fund the acquisition, construction and rehabilitation of residential adult and senior care settings that serve applicants and recipients of SSI/SSP and CAPI, including people at risk of or experiencing homelessness.
Important Update: New Application Portal
The new CCE Capital Expansions grant application portal launched Monday, June 13, 2022. Visit the new application portal here: CCE Capital Expansion – Advocates for Human Potential (smapply.us)
The Lendistry application portal closed on June 17th at 5PM. If you were not able to submit, you will need to begin a new application.
Contact the AHP Help Desk if you need assistance.
An Application Guide will be available soon.