Colorado Rural Health Care Grant Program

The Colorado Rural Health Care Grant Program has ended.

Please contact CRHC for other opportunities.

Congratulations 2012 Colorado Rural Health Care

Grant Program Award Recipients!

For a list of grant recipients, click here.

To read the press release, click here.


2012 Recipients





Governor Hickenlooper Appoints New Colorado Rural Health Care Grant Council Members

Governor John Hickenlooper recently appointed Susan Hall of Grand Junction and Janette Kochis of Matheson as new members of the Colorado Rural Health Care Grant Council. Both will serve terms through December 31, 2013. For a full list of Grant Council members, click here.


About the Grant Program

The Colorado Rural Healthcare Grant Council was created through Executive Order by the governor in 2007. The Council is responsible for developing and providing oversight for the grant program funded by UnitedHealth Group. Through the Colorado Rural Health Care Grant Program, a total of $7.5 million is available for grant funds from 2008-2012. The Council is planning to award a minimum of $1 million per year in grants through scheduled grant cycles.

Organizations that are located outside of Colorado's urbanized areas that provide outpatient primary care services--including medical, oral, and mental health services--are eligible to apply. Grants will be funded for projects that support the rural health infrastructure and strengthen the capacity of rural entities to provide outpatient primary care services now and in the future. The maximum award amount is $50,000 per applicant. The Colorado Rural Health Center (CRHC) has been asked to manage this grant program.

Questions? For additional information, please contact Lakesa Jones at the Colorado Rural Health Center:
800.851.6782 • 720.248.2742 • lj@coruralhealth.org