Available regional data can be used to demonstrate project need. As outlined in the RFA, this might include a local county/tribal/provider needs assessment, a facility wait list, or the number of comparable facilities in the area, for example. Applicants are also advised to review the resources on the joint RFA page, and in particular the DHCS report, “Assessing the Continuum of Care for Behavioral Health Services in California: Data, Stakeholder Perspectives, and Implications,” which is listed under Additional Resources and can be viewed in its entirety online.