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Capital Development-Building Capacity (CD-BC) grants will improve existing Health Center Program grantees’ capacity to provide primary and preventive health services to medically underserved populations. Health Center Program grantees requesting CD-BC funding must demonstrate how their proposal will lead to significant improvements in the health center’s capacity to address the existing and unmet needs of underserved patient populations.
HRSA expects to award approximately $600 million for an estimated 125 - 150 CD-BC grants in FY 2012. HRSA has established a minimum of $500,000 and a maximum of $5,000,000 as the amount of Federal funding that can be requested in a CD-BC application. Within this funding range, an eligible applicant may submit one application proposing one site-specific; stand-alone; alteration/renovation, expansion, or construction facility project.
The program is authorized by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, Section 10503, P.L. 111-148.
An application submitted under announcement number HRSA-12-115 will be considered eligible if it meets all applicable eligibility requirements listed below.
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