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School-Based Health Center Capital Program Technical Assistance

FY 2013 SBHCC (HRSA-13-140) Grantee Post-Award Technical Assistance Call

Capital Development Resources

About the School-Based Health Center Capital Program

SBHCC grants will address significant and pressing capital needs to improve delivery and support expansion of services at school-based health centers. Applicants must demonstrate how their proposal will lead to improvements in access to health services for children at a school-based health center.

HRSA expects to award approximately $75 million for an estimated 150 SBHCC grants in FY 2013. HRSA has established a cap of $500,000 as the maximum amount of Federal funding that can be requested in a SBHCC application. Within this cap, an eligible applicant may submit one application proposing a maximum of 5 projects including any combination of site-specific, stand-alone facility projects and one project to purchase moveable equipment.

The program is authorized by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Affordable Care Act) ((P.L. 111-148), Title IV, Section 4101(a)).

Eligible Applicants

For this funding opportunity, an eligible applicant must be a school-based health center or a sponsoring facility of a school-based health center as defined in section 4101(a)(6) of the Affordable Care Act, as set forth in section 2110(c)(9) of the Social Security Act (42 USC 1397jj(c)(9)).

School-Based Health Center, in general, means a health clinic that

  • is located in or near a school facility of a school district or board or of an Indian tribe or tribal organization;
  • is organized through school, community, and health provider relationships;
  • is administered by a sponsoring facility;
  • provides through health professionals primary health services to children in accordance with State and local law, including laws relating to licensure and certification; and
  • satisfies such other requirements as a State may establish for the operation of such a clinic.

Sponsoring Facility includes any of the following: 

  • A hospital.
  • A public health department.
  • A community health center.
  • A nonprofit health care agency.
  • A local educational agency.
  • A program administered by the Indian Health Service or the Bureau of Indian Affairs or operated by an Indian tribe or a tribal organization.

FY 2013 SBHCC Application Technical Assistance

Contact

Send questions to sbhc@hrsa.gov.

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