National Cooperative Agreements (NCAs) are national organizations that receive HRSA grant funds to help health centers and look-alikes meet program requirements and improve performance. They also support Health Center Program development and conduct national analyses around one of the following target audiences:
Primary Care Associations (PCAs) are State or regional nonprofit organizations that provide training and technical assistance to safety-net providers. PCAs can help health centers and look-alikes:
Contact the PCA in your state or region to learn more about training and technical assistance opportunities.
Primary Care Offices (PCOs) are state-level offices that work to improve access to health care services for residents of their state. They know providers and sites in their state, including National Health Service Corps approved sites. PCOs can help:
Health centers, Look-Alikes and Health Center Controlled Networks may be eligible to receive technical assistance from a National Cooperative Agreement.
Contact the project officer listed in your Notice of Grant Award to request NCA TA.
Questions about NCAs? Send to firstname.lastname@example.org