Colorado Capital Infrastructure in Support of Team-based Comprehensive Primary Care
The Colorado Health Foundation has closed their responsive grants program during the June and October 2020 deadlines and reallocate funding to focus on supporting COVID-19 response and relief efforts.
The Colorado Health Foundation provides funding for planning assistance and capital projects for safety net practices in Colorado that provide increased access to team-based, comprehensive primary care.
Projects must support the Foundation's cornerstones:
- Serve Coloradans who have low income and/or historically have had less power or privilege
- Informed by the community and those served
- The intent of creating health equity
Priority is given to projects that serve patients in rural and/or frontier communities in Colorado.
Eligible applicants are nonprofit clinics and public agencies that provide comprehensive primary care services to a significant population of patients who are living on low income and are uninsured and/or underinsured. Applicants should provide integrated healthcare services through teams composed of behavioral, physical, and/or oral healthcare providers
For-profit clinics will also be eligible to apply for the primary care capital funding, provided they meet the criteria and can also demonstrate an active caseload of at least 40% of Medicaid clients with a low profit margin.
Planning grants: $15,000
Capital grants: $300,000
Links to additional program guidance and the online application system are available on the program website.
For complete information about funding programs, including your application status, please contact funders directly. Summaries are provided for your convenience only. RHIhub does not take part in application processes or monitor application status.