Grantee Resource Library
Find resources and tools for advancing your grant below. These resources include products developed by AHP, its affiliates, and other state and national organizations.
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- BHCIP and CCE Program Update – Released January 5, 2022
- Crisis Care Mobile Units
- County and Tribal Planning
- Planning Grantee Kick Off Webinar Slides
- Launch Ready
- Children and Youth
- BHCIP Round 5
- BHCIP Round 6
Behavioral Health Support Resources
- BHCIP Round 4 Sample Funding Agreement
- DISCLAIMER: This sample BHCIP Round 4: Children and Youth Funding Agreement (“Sample Agreement”) is a sample only. The content presented in the Sample Agreement is made available solely for general informational purposes. The Sample Agreement is intended to enable potential applicants and grantees to familiarize themselves with general BHCIP funding terms and conditions. The terms and conditions of the Sample Agreement are subject to change to reflect the specific requirements of each l grantee’s project and round of BHCIP funding. We do not warrant this information’s accuracy, completeness, or usefulness. Any reliance you place on such information is strictly at your own risk. We disclaim all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on such materials by you or any other user of the Sample Agreement, or by anyone who may be informed of any of its contents.
- We may update the content in this Sample Agreement from time to time, but its content is not necessarily complete or up to date. Any material in the Sample Agreement may be out of date at any given time, and we are under no obligation to update such material.
- View the slides for the DIR Prevailing Wage/Labor Compliance Webinar – June 16, 2023
- 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 for Expanding Capacity for Residential Care through Partnerships Webinar – June 29, 2022
- Status Update: Behavioral Health Continuum Infrastructure Program and Community Care Expansion Program – April 2022
- California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) Behavioral Health Continuum Infrastructure Program (BHCIP) website
- California Department of Social Services (CDSS) website
- Search our FAQ here: Joint RFA: Frequently Asked Questions
- View the PDF here: FAQ Update: Questions and Answers for the BHCIP Launch Ready and CCE Capital Expansion Joint RFA
- Assessing the Continuum of Care for Behavioral Health Services in California
- The RAND Report on “Adult Psychiatric Bed Capacity, Need, and Shortage Estimates in California—2021”
- the Behavioral Health Continuum Infrastructure Program and Community Care Expansion Program Listening Session, October 21, 2021 – Download the report of stakeholder feedback from this session
- BHCIP: California Welfare and Institutions Code, Division 5, Part 7 (commencing with Section 5960)
- CCE: California Welfare and Institutions Code (WIC) 18999.97
- Status Update: Behavioral Health Continuum Infrastructure Program and Community Care Expansion Efforts, October 2021
News and Events for Grantees
The California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) is pleased to announce the recipients of awards under the Crisis Care Mobile Units (CCMU) Tribal Behavioral Health Crisis and Non-Crisis Vehicles and Vehicle-Related Costs funding opportunity. The 24 awards,...
There are no restrictions for refinancing in the grant program funding agreement. It is up to the sponsor to work out refinancing terms.
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 services. Applications must be submitted by February 28, 2023. Click HERE to access...
Governor Gavin Newsom today announced $480.5 million in awards for 54 projects to improve California’s behavioral health infrastructure for children and youth. As part of Governor Newsom’s Master Plan for Kids’ Mental Health, this historic investment provides grant...
No. Correctional settings are not eligible for funding under either BHCIP Round 3: Launch Ready or CCE Capital Expansion funding.
CCE Capital Expansion applicants are asked to ensure that their proposed projects will serve a greater number of applicants and recipients of SSI/SSP and CAPI who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness. There is no required minimum percentage; the percentage...
DHCS anticipates award announcements for BHCIP Round 4: Children and Youth funding by December 2022. All applicants will be notified by email on final award determinations related to their project. Please continue to check back here and visit the Frequently Asked...
The California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) is preparing for its fifth round of Behavioral Health Continuum Infrastructure Program (BHCIP) grant funding, which will provide $480 million for crisis-focused behavioral health infrastructure projects....
Service and staff-related expenses are not covered by the BHCIP grant. However, for CCE funds, a capitalized operating subsidy reserve (COSR) can be incorporated into the project budget to cover operational deficits for up to 5 years. See Section 3.7 (page 17) of the...
$518.5 million in funding will add treatment beds for more than 1,000 people at a time, plus behavioral health services for many more – providing mental health and substance use services for Californians experiencing severe behavioral health issues who are homeless....