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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Program Guide
 
Community Health Centers - Capital
Progress Indicator
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Guidance Available Application Processes Open Application Processes Closed Award Processes Completed
 
Federal Program Information
Federal Program Description Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) – Infrastructure. FQHCs provide healthcare services to low–income and medically underserved communities. These include: Community Health Centers, Immigrant/Migrant Health Care Clinics, and Public Housing Primary Care Clinics. FQHCs provide general health and wellness care, dental care, mental health and substance abuse care, regardless of the patient’s ability to pay. ARRA includes funds for the construction and expansion of FQHC facilities, equipment, and health information technology.
CFDA Number N/A
Assistance Type Project Grants
ARRA Citation Title VIII, Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Page 61
ARRA Reporting Prime recipient, community health centers, subject to Section 1512 ARRA requirements.  Grantees must continue to comply with the usual and customary reporting requirements of the Health Center Program.
Federal Agency Department of Health and Human Services
 
NYS Information
NYS Program Title Federally Qualified Health Centers - Infrastructure
NYS Agency Department of Health
Contact Robert W. Reed
Email stimulus@health.state.ny.us
Phone 518-474-8565
 
Program Funding
National Total $1.5 billion
NYS Share $52.3 million actual: on July 2, 2009, 51 centers received 6.25% of the national amount awarded ($850 million). Additional funds may be awarded to NYS centers from the Facility Investment Program ($525 million to be awarded nationwide)
Flow of Funds Grants from Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) directly to approved community health center projects.
Deadline Varies by initiative
 
Federal Grant Notice(s)
Status Closed
Title Facility Investment Program
Eligible Entries The Facility Investment  Program will  support health center efforts to expand their capacity to provide primary and preventive health services to medically underserved populations nationwide as well as create employment opportunities in underserved communities over the next 2 years, to address significant and pressing capital improvement needs in health centers, including modernization, renovation, and construction.
Website http://bphc.hrsa.gov/recovery/FacilityInvestmentProgramGuidance.doc
Deadline August 6, 2009
Status Closed
Title Capital Improvement Program
Eligible Entries The following types of existing health centers that have had applications approved for grant support in FY 2009 under the Health Center Program are eligible for CIP grant funds:
Community Health Centers (CHC) - section 330(e), Migrant Health Centers (MHC) - section 330(g),
Public Housing Primary Care (PHPC) - section 330(i)
Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) - section 330(h)
Website http://bphc.hrsa.gov/recovery/capitalimprovementguidance.pdf
Deadline June 2, 2009
 
Awards and Outcomes
Website http://www.recovery.gov/transparency/pages/home.aspx?State=NY