The Behavioral Health Facilities (BHF) Grant program is open to nonprofits, public entities, tribes, and for-profit businesses. All applications are due no later than 5:00pm Wednesday, November 6, 2019. This is a reimbursement-style grand for capital construction projects only. Grant funds may be used for design, engineering, construction, and equipment costs associated with establishing these facilities. New flexibility for the 2019-21 biennium grants included the ability to fund the acquisition of a facility or land if the project results in
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Many people have dental coverage but still don’t go to the dentist. Why? There are many reasons patients don’t make or keep dental appointments, including: lack of time, fear, challenges finding a provider- particularly if the patient is covered by Medicaid, transportation or child care issues, and work schedules. In Thurston County, CHOICE Regional Health Network is working to improve access to care by expanding their care coordination services to include adult pregnant and diabetic patients. This work is part
CHOICE Regional Health Network, in partnership with the Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council and the Opioid Use Reduction & Recovery (OURR) Alliance, released a series of grant opportunities to address youth and young adults, increasing Peer Recovery Counselors, and expanding workforce services for parents and families impacted by the opioid crisis. Partners were selected through an RFP process. Congratulations to Family Education and Support Services (FESS), Willapa Behavioral Health (WBH), and Northwest Resources II (NWR)! Please contact Sara Rainer with