Community Based Organization and Preventative Health Grants
What is this service?
The County awards grant funding to local programs that support and complement, but do not duplicate, the efforts of the County’s health and human services departments. The applicants must promote the optimal health, stability, independence and well-being of county residents. Both public and private nonprofit organizations may apply, but programs and projects must be carried out in San Luis Obispo County. Nonprofits that promote the personal health, stability, independence and well-being of people in San Luis Obispo County can apply for substantial public grant funding once a year.
Who can use this service?
Only non-profit organizations with recognized tax exempt status that promote the personal health, stability, independence and well-being of people in San Luis Obispo County can submit a grant application.
Questions regarding these grants should be directed to the County Administrative Office at (805) 781-5011.
Is there a charge for this service?
This service is provided free of charge.
When and where is this service offered?
Grant applications will be reviewed by the Community Based Organization/Preventive Health Grant (CBO/PHG) Review Committee, which is made up of representatives appointed by the Adult Policy Council, the Behavioral Health Advisory Board, the Health Commission and the Children's Services Network. This committee will make recommendations to the County Administrative Officer and the Board of Supervisors for grants awarded each year.