ValueThe Alberta government has committed up to $154 million for the continuing care capital program. Project proposals received from eligible applicants in all 3 funding streams will be assessed on a competitive basis for this one-time grant funding.
A new continuing care capital program is being launched to increase the number of continuing care spaces in Alberta. The program is comprised of 3 grant-funding streams to:
- develop continuing care capacity with Indigenous groups and organizations
- increase continuing care capacity in identified priority communities
- modernize existing facilities
For Indigenous peoples, wherever they live, this new program will support the development of continuing care spaces, either on- or off-reserves, and on- or off-Metis settlements, to provide better access to health services.
Eligible applicants must be a legal entity located in the Province of Alberta and include:
- First Nation ‘Band’ as defined in Canada’s Indian Act
- First Nations
- Aseniwuche Winewak Nation
- First Nation owned corporations
- Tribal Councils and Treaty Organizations
- Metis Settlements General Council
- Metis Settlements
- Métis Nation of Alberta Association
- other Métis regional or local associations or societies
- Indigenous-owned businesses or development corporations
- Indigenous not-for-profit organizations with a mandate related to the objectives of the Continuing Care Capital Program Indigenous stream
Program details coming soon.
Deadline DateTo be announced.
Contact Name: Continuing Care Capital Program
E-mail Address: email@example.com