Foundation / Corporation
The Colorado Health Foundation
10/15/21 5:00 PM MST
Grants to Colorado public agencies, nonprofit clinics, and for-profit clinics for institutional capacity building projects to improve the quality of healthcare throughout the State. Funding is intended for clinics and agencies serving patients with low-income and who are uninsured or underinsured. Preference will be given to organizations serving rural and frontier communities.
This funding opportunity will support safety net clinics in receiving technical assistance (TA) to improve their clinical and business capacity so they can offer high-quality, team-based comprehensive primary care. The Foundation will fund clinics to support clinic staff participation in the funding opportunity and any education and travel-related expenses associated with implementing team-based care. TA for this funding opportunity will be provided by Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) and John Snow, Inc. (JSI).
Proposed projects must reflect the Foundation’s cornerstones, as its work is grounded in serving Coloradans who have low income and historically have had less power or privilege, putting the creation of health equity at the center of everything it does, and being informed by the community and those it exists to serve.
Preference will be given to organizations that:
GrantWatch ID#: 187744
The Foundation will fund clinics up to $125,000.
If selected, organizations will receive the following:
- Baseline clinic assessment by JSI and NFF focusing on both team-based care implementation and historical financial trends and current financial condition
- Co-development of customized TA work plan to implement or advance team-based care
- Monthly coaching with TA providers
- Clinic leadership and staff participation in Regional Collaboratives focused on leanings with peer organizations
The Foundation will fund clinics over the two-year period.
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