Call for Applications: HFF Readiness Program

In addition to offering attractive financing, HFF is offering a free HFF Readiness Program for a limited number of health centers proposing groundbreaking projects that fit the HFF model. This program is available to select health centers through a competitive application process. Those that successfully complete the technical assistance program will be eligible for grant funding to advance their project planning.

UPDATE: Applications are now due on March 25, 2016 at 5 p.m. ET.

Learn more and apply here. 

What does a Healthy Futures Fund project look like?

The Healthy Futures Fund finances projects that utilize the co-location model to promote primary care access and improve community health. The ideal health center project is co-located with a provider of non-clinical services that impact one or more social determinant of health. Examples of such services include but are not limited to: affordable housing, healthy food outlets and grocery stores, education or job training, fitness and wellness services. The ideal affordable housing project is co-located with a Federally Qualified Health Center or community-based primary care provider.