Medi-Cal Capacity Grant Program


About the Alliance's Medi-Cal Capacity Grant Program

The Central California Alliance for Health (the Alliance) is a locally governed regional non-profit health plan that serves more than 350,000 members in Santa Cruz, Monterey and Merced counties. Since 1996, the Alliance has worked to improve health care locally for people living in the Central Coast region, and in 2009 also began serving people living in Merced County. Our mission is accessible, quality health care guided by local innovation.


The Alliance established the Medi-Cal Capacity Grant Program in July 2015 in response to the rapid expansion of the Medi-Cal population as a result of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). We offer grants to local organizations to support efforts to increase the availability, quality and access of health care and supportive services for Medi-Cal members in Merced, Monterey, and Santa Cruz counties.


Priority Focus Areas

The Alliance has identified three priority focus areas for its grant program. All projects receiving grant funding must address one or more of our focus areas and advance the goals associated with that focus area.


   1. Increasing Provider Capacity;

   2. Expanding Access to Behavioral Health and Substance Use Disorder Services;
       and

   3. Developing and Strengthening High Utilizer Support Resources.


Learn more about the Priority Focus Areas and Goals for the Medi-Cal Capacity Grant Program.


Learn more about current Funding Opportunities of the Medi-Cal Capacity Grant Program.










 



 

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