CCMU Tribal Vehicle Awards Announced

The California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) is pleased to announce the recipients of awards under the Crisis Care Mobile Units (CCMU) Tribal Behavioral Health Crisis and Non-Crisis Vehicles and Vehicle-Related Costs funding opportunity. 
The 24 awards, totaling more than $7.4 million, will help to fill critical gaps in mental health and substance use disorder services to American Indians living in urban, rural, and reservation or rancheria communities throughout California, many of whom cannot readily access needed care.
The 24 awardees, who will use the funding to improve access to behavioral health care including culturally relevant healing practices and services, are:
  • Big Lagoon Rancheria on behalf of Two-Feathers Native American Family Services
  • Blue Lake Rancheria
  • Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians 
  • Fresno American Indian Health Project 
  • Friendship House Association of American Indians
  • Greenville Rancheria
  • Indian Health Council, Inc.
  • Inner-Tribal Treatment 
  • K’ima:w Medical Center, Hoopa Valley Tribe
  • MACT Health Board Incorporated
  • Mathieson Memorial Health Clinic
  • Native American Health Center
  • Native Directions, Inc. 
  • New Life Health Authority 
  • Pala Band of Mission Indians
  • Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians (Rolling Hills Clinic)
  • Sonoma County Indian Health Project, Inc. 
  • Southern Indian Health Council, Inc. 
  • Toiyabe Indian Health Project
  • Tule River Indian Health Center, Inc.
  • United American Indian Involvement, Inc. 
  • United Indian Health Services 
  • Washoe Tribe of Nevada & California
  • Yurok Tribe
Together with the Round 1A and 1B CCMU funding to 48 grantees, DHCS has awarded more than $185 million to Indian Tribes, tribal organizations, urban Indian organizations, and county, city, and tribal behavioral health authorities. The combined awards will have created or enhanced more than 390 mobile crisis response teams throughout California.

AHP is proud to be the Administrative Entity for the CCMU project.

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