Who is eligible for round 4 BHCIP funding?

“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 and younger, and
• make a commitment to serve Medi-Cal beneficiaries.
In addition, for-profit organizations, including private real estate developers, with related prior development experience who are collaborating with nonprofit organizations, tribal entities, or counties may apply, but will be required to demonstrate a legal agreement with their co-applicant(s) to confirm the organization’s role in the project, including that they are working on behalf of the service provider.”