June 7, 2021 – The North Central Accountable Community of Health (NCACH) is accepting applications from local and regional partners for new or enhanced community based care coordination solutions that break down silos and improve health equity across our North Central region.
Community based care coordination is a relational and person‐centered approach that deliberately organizes and facilitates access to comprehensive social and health care services in order to facilitate the wellbeing of individuals and those who care for them.
NCACH is particularly interested in approaches involving:
- Community-based care coordination / navigation services delivered by a dedicated community based workforce
- Efforts led by organizations that are cornerstones of their community to strengthen the network of community-based and social service organizations through expanded partnerships and increased collaboration
- Efforts to organize and align services and programs at a “one-stop shop” that is convenient for those most in need
This funding opportunity is open to partners, especially community-based organizations and social service agencies, with an existing physical presence in Chelan, Douglas, Grant, and Okanogan Counties. Partners currently receiving funds through our Community Based Care Coordination project are not eligible for this particular funding opportunity.
Applications are due Friday, July 2nd and anticipated total available funding is $500,000.
For more details on funding intent, definitions, eligibility, template, and instructions, please download the funding application below.