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California Home Visiting Program (CHVP)

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GAVIN NEWSOM
Governor

State of California—Health and Human Services Agency
California Department of Public Health


 
June 8, 2023

TO:

The 57 local health jurisdictions (LHJs) funded by the California Home Visiting Program (CHVP) State General Funds (SGF), including the Local Health Officers; Deputy Health Officers; Health Executives; and Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health (MCAH) and CHVP Directors


CC:

California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and state MCAH leadership, and representatives from the County Health Executives Association of California (CHEAC) and the California Confere​nce of Local Health Officers (CCLHO)


FROM:​
California Department of Public Health (CDPH), Maternal Child and Adolescent Health Division (MCAH), California Home Visiting Program (CHVP)

SUBJECT:
CDPH/CHVP MEMO #23-05: NOTICE OF AWARD FOR CHVP STATE GENERAL FUND (SGF) EVIDENCE-BASED HOME VISITING (EBHV) AND INNOVATION (INNV) FUNDING FOR STATE FISCAL YEAR (SFY) 2023-2024


The purpose of this Notice of Award (NOA) is to provide information about SFY 2023-24 local allocations for the California Department of Public Health (CDPH)/California Home Visiting Program (CHVP) State General Fund (SGF) evidence-based home visiting (EBHV) and the Innovation Project (INNV). CDPH/CHVP receives and will allocate $54.7 million annually in SGF local assistance funding for early childhood home visiting across the state.

Evidence-Based Home Visiting (EBHV). Effective July 1, 2023, CDPH/CHVP will distribute a total of $47,760,624 to the 57 LHJs that opted in for SGF EBHV funding. Each LHJ will receive an annual allocation with a base amount of $400,000 plus an additional amount based on each LHJ’s proportion of Medi-Cal births statewide. Final annual allocations for SFY 2023-24 for the 57 LHJs that opted in for SGF funding are indicated in column two of Table 1 below. The goal of this funding is to increase the number of families participating in the three EBHV models supported by CDPH/CHVP: Healthy Families America (HFA), Nurse Family Partnership (NFP), and Parents as Teachers (PAT).

Innovation Funding (INNV). Effective July 1, 2023, a total of $3,736,067 will be distributed to the seven continuing CHVP SGF Innovation Project recipients. The annual allocations by LHJ are indicated in column three of Table 1 below. The goal of this funding is to support implementation of home visiting as a primary intervention strategy for families from pregnancy through kindergarten entry with an evidence-informed model or an evidence-based model with an innovative practice to meet a local need. The SGF Innovation Project aims to 1) provide home visiting services to populations that may benefit from an innovative approach to maximize service utilization and promote positive outcomes and family success and 2) learn and share best practices related to the implementation of innovative home visiting services.

Request for Supplemental Information to Expand the CHVP Innovation Funding. There is a combined total of $3,203,309 in unallocated SGF EBHV and INNV funds due to LHJs ending projects or declining funds. CDPH/CHVP will release a simple Request for Supplemental Information (RSI) application to expand the CHVP Innovation Project with these funds. The RSI will be open to all 61 LHJs and applications will be accepted in three categories of innovative home visiting services: the two original categories of evidence-informed model or evidence-based model implemented with an innovative approach or add-on component, plus a third category of an alternative EBHV model. RSI details, guidelines, and timelines will be released as soon as possible.

Following issuance of this Notice of Award, CDPH/CHVP will release a single CHVP agreement funding application (AFA) package for SFY 2023-24 to each LHJ. The AFA package will include separate scopes of work and budgets for SGF EBHV, SGF INNV, and federal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) and LHJs will complete the applicable components based on their CHVP allocation(s).

Reimbursement of invoices is subject to compliance with all state requirements pertaining to CDPH/CHVP and adherence to all applicable regulations, policies, and procedures. All awards are contingent upon approval and appropriation in the Budget Act and state spending authority.​ 

Questions. Please send questions to your assigned​​​ CHVP program consultant (PC) and CC SGF EBHV lead, Guadalupe Morimune, at Guadalupe.Morimune@cdph.ca.gov or SGF INNV lead, Anina Sanchez, at Anina.Sanchez@cdph.ca.gov​.​​​​

Table 1: CHVP​ SGF Evidence-Based Home Visiting and Innovation Project Annual Allocations for SFY 2023-24

The table below indicates CHVP SGF EBHV funding available annually, starting July 1, 2023 to the 57 LHJs that opted in to start-up or expand evidence-based home visiting, plus CHVP SGF INNV funding available annually to the seven Innovation Project recipients. 

Local Health Jurisdi​ctio​​​​​n SFY 2023-24 SGF EBHV​ Allocation SFY 2023-24 SGF INNV Allocation
Alameda (excludes Berkeley) $918,434
none
Amador $418,206
none
Butte $562,486
none
Calaveras $426,765
none
City of Berkeley $413,713
none
City of Long Beach $749,658
none
City of Pasadena $457,362
$565,328
Colusa $423,455
none
Contra Costa $708,043
none
Del Norte $421,043
none
El Dorado $469,799
none
Fresno $1,726,516
none
Glenn $430,738
none
Humboldt $474,717
none
Inyo $412,058
none
Kern $1,492,197
none
Kings $573,694
none
Lake $470,413
none
Lassen $418,395
none
Los Angeles (excludes Long Beach and Pasadena) $6,388,878
$1,000,000
Madera $605,047
none
Marin $483,986
none
Mariposa $410,356
none
Mendocino $474,575
$135,000
Merced $761,669
$486,893
Modoc $402,175
none
Mono $408,086
none
Monterey $806,310
$50,286
Napa $464,124
See San Francisco
Nevada $441,094
none
Orange $1,712,424
none
Plumas $410,687
none
Riverside $2,263,062
none
Sacramento $1,601,530
none
San Benito $442,702
none
San Bernardino $2,279,944
none
San Diego $2,185,366
none
San Francisco $654,275
$1,000,000
San Joaquin $1,113,030
none
San Luis Obispo $528,107
none
San Mateo $647,418
none
Santa Barbara $837,191
none
Santa Clara $1,022,802
none
Santa Cruz $549,718
none
Shasta $545,320
none
Sierra $401,229
none
Siskiyou $429,697
none
Solano $653,471
$498,560
Sonoma $627,178
See San Francisco
Stanislaus $932,762
none
Sutter $500,490
none
Tehama $461,429
none
Tulare $1,015,235
none
Tuolumne $426,954
none
Ventura $909,874
none
Yolo $513,163
none
Yuba $481,574
none
TOTAL FUNDS ALLOCATED $47,760,624 $3,736,067



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