Utah State Primary Care Grant Program
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Utah Office of Primary Care and Rural Health
The State Primary Care Grant Program offers funding to
provide access to primary care, mental health, and dental
care services for low income individuals and families
living in Utah that do not have health insurance and are
not eligible for CHIP, Medicare, or Medicaid.
The goals of the program are to:
- Improve the health of eligible individuals
- Provide continuity of care to eligible individuals
who receive ambulatory primary care services
- Increase the number of eligible individuals served in
the target populations (working poor, children, elderly,
Native Americans, migrant and seasonal farm workers,
individuals with chronic diseases, the homeless,
individuals with limited English speaking proficiency,
and single heads of household)
- Increase the number of eligible encounters by
individuals in the target populations
- Increase the organizational capacity of the grantee
to provide ambulatory primary health care services to
eligible individuals and their families by increasing
ongoing and long-term capacity
Nonprofit, for-profit, and public entities that provide
primary healthcare for low income, uninsured, and
under-insured individuals in Utah are eligible to apply.
Amount of funding
Up to $100,000 per agency/organization.
Links to application guidance, the online application,
and additional resources are available on the
program website when applications are being accepted.
Applicants may submit separate applications for distinct
projects or service sites; however, a single agency will
only receive a total of up to $100,000.
Access · American Indian or Alaska Native · Children and youth · Clinics · Elderly population · Farmers and farmworkers · Health screening · Healthcare needs and services · Limited English proficient · Mental health · Migrants · Oral health · Poverty · Primary care · Uninsured and underinsured · Utah
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