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NC Health Center Development Resources

Below you will find a thorough list of Section 330 Federally-Qualified Health Center (FQHC)-specific resources. Here is an overview of those resources:

  1. Background & History of Community Health Centers
  2. Key Health Center Program Requirements
  3. Other Bureau of Primary Health Care Resources
  4. National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) Resources
  5. Federally Qualified Health Center Look-Alike Designations
  6. Collaborative Models
  7. Needs Assessment Resources
  8. Funding Opportunities
  9. New Start Resources
  10. Funding to Serve Special Populations
  11. Incubator Project Outcomes

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Background & History of Community Health Centers

 

Health Center Program Requirements

Other Bureau of Primary Health Care Resources (BPHC)

National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) Resources

Federally Qualified Health Center Look-Alike Designations

Program Description and Application

Program Description & Application

 

Collaborative Models

Needs Assessment Resources

New Start Resources

BPHC Health Center Program Site Visit Guide (April 2019)

BPHC Samples and Templates Resource Center

“FUNDED! Now What? Quick Reference Guide” (NACHC, 2015)

Funding to Serve Special Populations

The Bureau of Primary Health Care has designated three special populations: migratory and seasonal agricultural workers, homeless, and public housing residents. Current and aspiring federally qualified health centers are eligible to apply for this funding during New Access Point application opportunities. Please see the document attached here for funding allocations as well as BPHC requirements related to these funding opportunities.

Incubator Project Outcomes

Health Center Development Infographic