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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 12, 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 Public Health (CDPH), Maternal Child and Adolescent Health Division (MCAH), California Home Visiting Program (CHVP)


SUBJECT:
CDPH/CHVP MEMO #24-04: NOTICE OF INTENT TO AWARD FOR CHVP MIECHV FUNDING FOR STATE FISCAL YEAR (SFY) 202425


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 the MIECHV lead, Susan Zimny at susan.zimny@cdph.ca.gov and cc your assigned CHVP program consultant (PC) or the CHVP mailbox at ca-mcah-homevisiting@cdph.ca.gov​.

For State Fiscal Year (SGF) 202425, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH)/California Home Visiting Program (CHVP) intents to award the 21 current MIECHV-funded LHJs an allocation amount that is equal to the amount allocated in SFY 202324. This includes a 25% increase above the SFY 202223 allocations. The funding allocation dollar amounts for SFY 202425 are presented in Table 1 below.

Please note that the allocations in Table 1 are for SFY 202425 only. CDPH/CHVP may receive additional MIECHV funding in future years as a result of the Federal MIECHV reauthorization in December 2022; however, the details are unknown at this time. CDPH/CHVP will assess and engage with LHJs about the use of additional funding when more information is available. CDPH/CHVP will use input and feedback from the MIECHV reauthorization partner engagement sessions held in 2023, the Funding Interest and Feedback survey from early 2024, as well as other input/feedback to determine how to use MIECHV funding in the future.

Following issuance of this Notice of Award, CDPH/CHVP will release a CHVP Agreement Funding Application (AFA) package for SFY 202425 to each LHJ. The AFA package will include the scopes of work and budgets for CHVP MIECHV, CHVP State General Fund (SGF) Evidence-Based Home Visiting (EBHV), and CHVP SGF Innovation (INNV). LHJs will complete the applicable components based on their CHVP allocation(s) across each of these funding sources and projects. SGF EBHV and SGF INNV allocations are released in a separate notice of award.

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

Table 1. CHVP MIECHV Allocations for SFY 2024–25
The table below indicates CHVP MIECHV funding allocations by LHJ for SFY 202425.

Local Health Jurisdiction

CHVP MIECHV SFY 2024​–25 Allocation

(maintenance of SFY 2023–24 allocation levels which included a 25% increase above 2022–23)

Alameda
$1,087,793
Butte $711,333
Contra Costa $1,170,758
Fresno $805,195
Humboldt $1,032,710
Kern $899,248
Los Angeles $1,910,893
Madera $718,202
Merced $532,270
Nevada
$882,135
Riverside $1,056,160
Sacramento $1,125,130
San Diego $949,268
San Francisco $1,410,536
San Mateo $1,248,653
Shasta $841,537
Solano $1,034,682
Sonoma $440,920
Stanislaus $783,467
Tehama $501,858
Yolo $465,195
TOTAL FUNDS ALLOCATED $19,607,943




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