Washington State Department of Commerce
06/16/20 5:00 PM
Grants to Washington nonprofit organizations, agencies, businesses, and tribes for capital construction projects for behavioral health facilities. Funding is intended for design, construction, engineering, and equipment costs required to establish and expand the facilities.
New flexibility for the 2019-21 biennium grants includes the ability to fund the acquisition of a building or land if the project results in increased capacity.
The Department of Commerce (Commerce) is soliciting applications from eligible organizations to implement the following types of behavioral health capital projects.
Conditions of Funding: https://deptofcommerce.app.box.com/v/bhfnofar2compapp#page=3.
Eligible Project Costs: https://deptofcommerce.app.box.com/v/bhf1921guidecompawards#page=10.
GrantWatch ID#: 184885
At least four mental health peer respite centers; at least four intensive behavioral health treatment facilities.
- The maximum amount of funds an applicant can receive is $2,000,000 per project.
- Awards are subject to an administrative fee. Two-percent (capped at $50,000) will be deducted from all 2019-2021 grant awards for the administrative fee. The fee will reduce the total grant amount and will be reflected as a net grant amount in the contract.
- Commerce can reimburse for these expenses only if they were incurred after May 21, 2019.
- Awarded funds from the 2019-2021 state capital budget must be expended by June 30, 2023.
- Applicants must maintain and operate the beds and facility for a period commensurate to the state investment, but for at least a fifteen-year period.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Application For 90-180 Day Long-Term Civil Commitment LTCC Orders Facilities: https://www.zoomgrants.com/zgf/Washington_State_Dept._of_Commerce/2019-2021_Behavioral_Health_Facilities_BHF_Grant_Program-90-180_Day_Long-Term_Civil_Commitment_LTCC_Orders
Application For Intensive Behavioral Health Facilities: https://www.zoomgrants.com/zgf/Washington_State_Dept._of_Commerce/2019-2021_Behavioral_Health_Facilities_BHF_Grant_Program-Intensive_Behavioral_Health_Facilities
Application For Mental Health Peer Respite Facilities: https://www.zoomgrants.com/zgf/Washington_State_Dept._of_Commerce/2019-2021_Behavioral_Health_Facilities_BHF_Grant_Program-Peer_Respite_Facilities
Application For Specialized Dementia Care SDC Facilities: https://www.zoomgrants.com/zgf/Washington_State_Dept._of_Commerce/2019-2021_Behavioral_Health_Facilities_BHF_Grant_Program-Specialized_Dementia_Care_SDC_Facilities
Direct questions to:
Department of Commerce
Program Manager – Behavioral Health
Behavioral Health Facility and Early Learning Facility Programs Manager
Behavioral Health and Early Learning Section Manager
Health Care Authority
Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery
Department of Health
Division of Health Systems Quality Assurance
Facilities Program Manager
Department of Social and Health Services
Resource and Development Program Director
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