• Ann Tucker

Applications Open for 2022 CCBHC Grants

SAMHSA is accepting applications for grants to expand the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) model. There are two new grant opportunities with different eligibility parameters:

1. CCBHC-Planning, Development and Implementation Grantsare available to clinics that are new to the CCBHC model (i.e., clinics that have not been certified as CCBHCs by their state and have not previously received a CCBHC expansion grant). This funding opportunity is designed to assist grantees as they develop and implement a CCBHC that meets CCBHC certification criteria. Qualified applicants must be able to meet the requirements of a CCBHC within the first year of the grant.

2. CCBHC-Improvement and Advancement Grantsare available to CCBHCs that have been certified by their states or received previous CCBHC-Expansion grants and are designed to support current CCBHCs as they expand or improve their CCBHC services. Qualified applicants must be able to demonstrate compliance with CCBHC certification criteria through state certification or SAMHSA acceptance of CCBHC certification attestation within the past two years.

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