Medi-Cal Capacity Grant Program

Funding Opportunities

The Alliance accepts proposals for efforts that address the funding goals of the four priority focus areas:

   1. Provider Capacity;

   2. Behavioral Health and Substance Use Disorder Services;

   3. High Utilizer Support Resources; and

   4. Promoting Healthy Eating and Active Living


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


Each of the funding opportunities below has specific eligibility and application requirements. Please be sure to review all information before submitting an application. The Alliance provides all grants through a competitive application process.



Current Funding Opportunities:


   Provider Recruitment Program

There is limited funding remaining for Monterey and Merced counties. Applications are being accepted from Santa Cruz County for the following specialties only: Rheumatology, Orthopedics and Colon/Rectal Surgery.

   Capital Program

Applications for new projects are no longer being accepted (effective 1/22/20).*

   Infrastructure Program

Applications for new projects are no longer being accepted (effective 1/22/20).*

   Partners for Healthy Food Access Program
* Please Note: Grantees with existing Capital Planning or Infrastructure Planning grants may still apply for Implementation grants in future application cycles based on their project timeline. Funding for Implementation grants is reserved for those entities with existing Planning grants; however, Implementation grants are not guaranteed and must be applied for separately.


By Invitation Only:


COVID-19 Response Fund

COVID-19 Response Fund Icon The COVID-19 pandemic is disproportionately impacting the most vulnerable people in our community, many of whom are Alliance members. In recognition of the urgent and increasing COVID-19 related challenges facing Alliance members, the Alliance established a $1,000,000 COVID-19 Response Fund. Through this fund, the Alliance is quickly dispersing funds to non-profits providing aid to impacted individuals and families in Merced, Monterey and Santa Cruz counties. The COVID-19 Response Fund supports organizations addressing the urgent food security needs of Medi-Cal members. The fund also provides support to meet the basic health-related needs of our members in each county, such as hygiene and sanitation supplies.

Intensive Case Management Program

Grants to high volume primary care practices to add staff to provide intensive case management services for medically complex Medi-Cal patients within the patient centered medical home (PCMH).

Workforce Development Investments

Grants to support the development of new educational programs for licensed health care professionals that will serve the Medi-Cal population.

Post-Discharge Meal Delivery Pilot

Grants to fund the delivery of ready-made, nutritious meals to Medi-Cal members recovering from an inpatient hospital stay.

Retired Programs:


Equipment Program

Grants to subsidize the cost of equipment that expands providers’ capacity to serve additional Medi-Cal members, improve practice efficiencies and improve member experience.

Practice Coaching Program

Grants to support practices in changing their clinic operations to improve quality, efficiency, and patient experience through the adoption of the PCMH model of care.

Technical Assistance Program

Grants for practice coaching or other consultant/training opportunities.





 

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