Current Funding Opportunities
None at this time
Previous Funding Opportunities
North Dakota’s Health and Human Services agency (HHS) offered Agency Development Grants to support the growth and development of businesses that can deliver high quality in-home and community-based services to qualified North Dakotans to help them live at home and in the community with supportive services if they choose.
Agencies could apply for multiple grants, based on their expansion plans. (Deadline October 2022)
HHS offered four grant opportunities, to align with four unique HCBS funding sources.
- 1915(i) State Plan Amendment - Application Form
- HCBS 1915(c) Waiver (QSP)
- Medicaid State Plan - personal care (MSP-PC)
- Service Payments to the Elderly and Disabled (SPED)
- Expanded-Service Payments to the Elderly and Disabled (EX-SPED)
- Intellectual Disabilities/Developmental Disabilities 1915(c) Waiver (DD)
- Autism Spectrum Disorder 1915(c) Waiver (ASD)
DUE DATE(S) for Applications
|Type||Due Date||Email Application Submission|
|1915i||Oct. 17, 2022||NDARPA@mslc.com|
|ASD||Oct. 17, 2022||NDARPA@mslc.com|
|DD||Oct. 17, 2022||NDARPA@mslc.com|
|QSP||Oct. 17, 2022||NDARPA@mslc.com|
How to Apply
- Entities can apply for these funds by submitting the ND HCBS Agency Development Grant Application (see above) and budget template that outlines:
- the services they intend to provide,
- the counties they intend to serve, and
- a project budget.
- Submit all items listed in the Application(s) by the deadlines above to the correlating email address.
- The budget should outline how the entity will utilize the funds to create and operate or expand as an HCBS Agency.
- IMPORTANT: Late submissions will not be accepted.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- For questions, please contact NDARPA@mslc.com
Through ARPA Section 9817, and in conjunction with the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), North Dakota’s Health and Human Services agency was approved to dispense $31.6 million through grants and pilot programs. The purpose of the grants/pilot programs is to enhance, expand and strengthen in-home and community-based services (HCBS) in North Dakota to help people live independently.