Community-Based Primary Care
The Community-based Primary Care Clinic (CBPCC) program assists clinics in improving access to quality health care with an emphasis on community-based services and reducing health disparities for underserved populations. Grant funds are intended to make primary medical and dental care, prescription drugs, and preventive health care services accessible and affordable to underserved Kansas residents, including uninsured individuals and those enrolled in public insurance programs that are operated by the State of Kansas and/or federal government with eligibility based on income (KanCare).
Clinics receiving state CBPCC funding serve as “safety net” clinics in their communities. Funded clinics must have a policy of non-discrimination in the provision of health care services, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, religion, or national origin. Clinics must provide services in their service area regardless of ability to pay, including a discounted fee schedule with reasonable charges for individuals below 200 percent of the federal poverty level.
Applicants for the Community-Based Primary Care Clinic Grant Program are required to provide support that meets the match requirement of one dollar for each one dollar of state funding awarded through this program. This match may come from non-cash donations, in-kind services, donated sample medications, or clinic expenses.
State general funds are provided to assist in the development and operation of clinics that focus on improving access to quality health care with an emphasis on community-based services and reducing health disparities for underserved populations
CBPCC Webpage: http://www.kdheks.gov/olrh/pc_clinics.htm
All program details, application requirements and program staff contact information can be found at this link:
CBPPC Guidance Document
To Request Funds/Apply
To apply for funding, fill out an application in Catalyst (www.catalystserver.com). For grantees receiving funding in SFY15, the program administrator will receive a Catalyst user name and password in advance. If the program administrator has not yet received a username and password, contact the Catalyst Operations Support Team (firstname.lastname@example.org).
New applicants can request to be set up in Catalyst and receive a username and password by contacting: email@example.com
Before starting your application, please complete the following training courses on Kansas TRAIN (ks.train.org):
- Catalyst Training 1: Catalyst Navigation (Course #1054439)
- Catalyst Training 2: Application Process Overview in Catalyst (Course #1054483)
- Catalyst Training 3: Application Management in Catalyst (Course #1054567)
- Catalyst Training 4: Applying for Funding Announcement(s) in Catalyst (Course #1054672)
Applications are available on January 15, 2015 and are due on March 16, 2015.
Primary Care Office
Bureau of Community Health Systems
1000 SW Jackson, Suite 340
Topeka, KS 66612-1365
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org |