Local Indigent Care Needs (LICN) grants were created to expand the delivery of locally directed indigent care services in CMSP counties. Populations served include low-income uninsured and under-insured adults who lack access to health, behavioral health, or associated support services in CMSP counties.
- Promote timely delivery of necessary medical, behavioral health and support services to local identified target populations;
- Link those populations to other community resources and support; and
- Improve overall target population health outcomes.
LICN Grant funding is awarded via two program tracks. Track One – Planning Project grants range up to $50,000 per project (up to $75,000 if the project serves more than one CMSP county). Track Two- Implementation Program grants range up to $1.5 million over a 3-year period (up to $500,000 per year).
To date, CMSP has awarded 23 Planning Project grants and 29 Implementation Program grants totaling $40.7 million.
This page will be updated if a new LICN request for proposals is released.
For additional information regarding this program, contact Laura Moyer, Grants Administrator at (916) 649-2631 ext. 110 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.