Yes. Applicants are encouraged to think broadly about how these funds together can be maximized to design person-centered projects based on the needs and gaps within their local systems of care, coupled with the state’s priorities. Examples of projects that could apply for both programs can be found on page 12 of the RFA. Even though the funding priorities may be aligned, you will still need to fill out separate application forms and different consultations, and there is no guarantee that you will receive an award from both.