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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


 
March 11, 2024

TO:

The 59 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 Conference of Local Health Officers (CCLHO)

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


SUBJECT:
CDPH/CHVP MEMO #24-03: NOTICE OF INTENT TO AWARD FOR CHVP SGF EVIDENCE-BASED HOME VISITING (EBHV) AND INNOVATION (INNV) FUNDING FOR STATE FISCAL YEAR (SFY) 20242025


Please ensure that all necessary individuals within your agency are notified of this Notice of Intent to Award. If you have any questions, please email your assigned CHVP program consultant (PC) or the CHVP mailbox at ca-mcah-homevisiting@cdph.ca.gov​

The purpose of this Notice of Award (NOA) is to provide information about SFY 202425 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, 2024, CDPH/CHVP will distribute a total of $47,760,624 to the 57 local health juridictions (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 202425 for the 57 LHJs are indicated in column two of Table 1 below. The goal of this funding is to increase the number of families participating in the five EBHV models supported by CDPH/CHVP; the three continuing EBHV models: Healthy Families America (HFA), Nurse Family Partnership (NFP), Parents as Teachers (PAT), and two new EBHV models options: Family Connects (FCI), and Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY). CDPH/CHVP will provide more information and engagement opportunities related to these two additional model in the near future.

Innovation Funding (INNV). Effective July 1, 2024, a combined total of $6.9 million will be distributed in CHVP SGF Innovation (INNV) funding. $3,736,067 will be distributed to the seven remaining SGF INNV 1.0 Project recipients and $3,203,309 to the six SGF INNV 2.0 project recipients. The annual awards by LHJ are indicated in columns three and four 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 focus on an innovative practice to meet local needs. 

Following issuance of this Notice of Award, CDPH/CHVP will release a single agreement funding application (AFA) package for SFY 202425 to each LHJ. The AFA package will include separate scopes of work and budgets for MIECHV, SGF EBHV, and SGF INNV 1.0 and 2.0 and LHJs will complete the applicable components based on their CHVP allocation(s). The MIECHV allocations are released in a separate notice of award.

Reimbursement of invoices is subject to compliance with all state requirements pertaining to CDPH/CHVP and adherence to all applicable regulations, policies, procedures, and the CDPH/MCAH Fiscal Administration Policy and Procedure manual (PDF, 1.4 MB). All awards are contingent upon approval and appropriation of State General Funds for CHVP in the Budget Act and state spending authority. 

Table 1: CHVP SGF Evidence-Based Home Visiting and Innovation Project Annual Allocations for SFY 2024-25

The table below indicates CHVP SGF EBHV funding allocations by LHJ for the period of July 1, 2024June 30, 2025. It also includes, the CHVP SGF INNV funding allocations by LHJ for the Innovation 1.0 and 2.0 Projects for the period of July 1, 2024​June 30, 2025. 

Local Health Jurisdiction EBHV Allocation INNV 1.0 Award INNV 2.0 Award
Alameda (excludes Berkeley) $918,434
not applicable not applicable
Alpine not applicable not applicable $701,850
Amador $418,206 not applicable not applicable
Butte $562,486 not applicable not applicable
Calaveras $426,765 not applicable not applicable
City of Berkeley $413,713 not applicable not applicable
City of Long Beach $749,658 not applicable $757,563
City of Pasadena $457,362 $565,328 not applicable
Colusa $423,455 not applicable not applicable
Contra Costa $708,043 not applicable not applicable
Del Norte $421,043 not applicable not applicable
El Dorado $469,799 not applicable not applicable
Fresno $1,726,516 not applicable not applicable
Glenn $430,738 not applicable not applicable
Humboldt $474,717 not applicable not applicable
Inyo $412,058 not applicable not applicable
Kern $1,492,197 not applicable not applicable
Kings $573,694 not applicable not applicable
Lake $470,413 not applicable not applicable
Lassen $418,395 not applicable not applicable
Los Angeles (excludes Long Beach and Pasadena) $6,388,878 $1,000,000 not applicable
Madera $605,047 not applicable not applicable
Marin $483,986 not applicable not applicable
Mariposa $410,356 not applicable not applicable
Mendocino $474,575 $135,000 not applicable
Merced $761,669 $486,893 $400,000
Modoc $402,175 not applicable not applicable
Mono $408,086 not applicable not applicable
Monterey $806,310 $50,286 $319,145
Napa $464,124 See San Francisco not applicable
Nevada $441,094 not applicable not applicable
Orange $1,712,424 not applicable not applicable
Placer not applicable not applicable $600,563
Plumas $410,687 not applicable not applicable
Riverside $2,263,062 not applicable not applicable
Sacramento $1,601,530 not applicable not applicable
San Benito $442,702 not applicable not applicable
San Bernardino $2,279,944 not applicable not applicable
San Diego $2,185,366 not applicable not applicable
San Francisco $654,275 $1,000,000 not applicable
San Joaquin $1,113,030 not applicable not applicable
San Luis Obispo $528,107 not applicable See Santa Cruz
San Mateo $647,418 not applicable not applicable
Santa Barbara $837,191 not applicable not applicable
Santa Clara $1,022,802 not applicable not applicable
Santa Cruz $549,718 not applicable $421,188
Shasta $545,320 not applicable not applicable
Sierra $401,229 not applicable not applicable
Siskiyou $429,697 not applicable not applicable
Solano $653,471 $498,560 not applicable
Sonoma $627,178 See San Francisco not applicable
Stanislaus $932,762 not applicable not applicable
Sutter $500,490 not applicable not applicable
Tehama $461,429 not applicable not applicable
Tulare $1,015,235 not applicable not applicable
Tuolumne $426,954 not applicable not applicable
Ventura $909,874 not applicable not applicable
Yolo $513,163 not applicable not applicable
Yuba $481,574 not applicable not applicable
TOTAL FUNDS ALLOCATED $47,760,624 $3,736,067 $3,203,309



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