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Released in 2014

Part of our Spotlight on Capital Resources series, this publication provides an overview of Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) and their role in providing capital to traditionally underserved businesses, including health centers. It describes the CDFI business model and information that community health center management should find useful as they prepare to seek financing from a CDFI.

Released in 2013

Part of our Spotlight on Capital Resources series, this publication describes tax-exempt bonds, including what they are, why health centers should consider using them to finance a capital project, eligibility, types of projects that can be financed, tax-exempt bond structures, and general steps for approval and issuance. This resource was supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Released in 2012

This publication describes the array of programs offered by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Health centers considering capital expansions that are located in eligible areas may find these programs extremely beneficial. This resource was supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Released in 2013

This publication outlines the main components of a capital project budget and provides assistance in estimating top-line construction costs. An update of our 2011 publication, this resource is based on the review of approximately 500 community health center capital projects from 2010-2013. This resource was supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration. 

Released in 2010

The goal of this manual is to give health centers and boards the information they need to determine the best mix of capital financing options for their projects. It includes comprehensive sections on factors that influence health center financing, including debt capacity and lending requirements, as well as sources of equity and debt financing and credit enhancement.

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