News Release: Bond Community Health Center
TALLAHASSEE, FL – Bond Community Health Center will resubmit its Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) competitive grant application in January 2014. Bond CHC has applied and been awarded the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) in past years, however this year the Budget Justification was inadvertently omitted from the application.
The Office of Policy and Program Development requested that Bond CHC resubmit its application by January 7th and funding will be available by the March 1st target date.
“We regret that this unfortunate oversight occurred but we are extremely confident that upon resubmittal we will receive funding as originally planned and we will continue as always to provide the same quality services we have provided for the past thirty years,” said Board Chairman Antonio Jefferson.
Through the Service Area Competition (SAC), HRSA will award approximately $468 million in funding to an estimated 310 SAC applicants. A SAC application is a request for Federal financial assistance to support comprehensive primary health care services for a competitively announced underserved area or population.
The purpose of the SAC funding opportunity is to ensure continuous comprehensive primary health care services in areas that are currently served by Health Center Program grantees whose project periods are ending in FY 2014. All available service areas are currently served by Health Center Program grantees whose project periods are ending in FY 2014.
Since 1984, Bond Community Health Center, Inc. has been on a mission to reach people throughout North Florida, and currently serves residents of Leon, Gadsden, Wakulla, Jefferson, Liberty Taylor, Franklin, and Madison counties.