Resources for Grantees

The following are resources that may be needed during the grant application and funding process. 

Access Your Grant Application. Note: The software for the grant process is being updated. Please direct questions to Donna Craig, senior program manager, at (760) 323-6700  or dcraig@dhcd.org.


Grant Forms

Download program Line Item Budget Excel 2003 spreadsheet.

Prevailing Wage Law

A special note for construction and related work. Under California Law (Labor Code sections 1720 et seq. and 1770 et seq.), any work paid for in whole or in part with public funds, including funds from the Desert Healthcare District, may require that workers be paid at the prevailing wage rates. Prevailing wage is essentially a minimum wage for various classifications of construction workers. The rule applies to construction, alteration, demolition, installation, repair, or maintenance of property if the total value of the work is $1,000 or more. These rates are often higher than standard wages, and the additional cost should be factored into the project budget. Grant recipients may be liable for back wages and other costs if they fail to inform their contractors of this requirement, and therefore any contracts for such work must state that the prevailing wage rates apply. More information is available from the Department of Industrial Relations. See www.dir.ca.gov.

Download budget instructions.

Download program Cash Flow Excel 2003 spreadsheet (use if your organization does not currently have a cash flow for this program/project).

Grant Reporting Forms

Online Reporting (Our grant software is currently being updated and is inaccessible. Please direct questions to Donna Craig, senior program manager, at (760) 323-6700 or dcraig@dhcd.org.)

To begin your report, log into your account at our grant application manager. At the top of the window, select "Requirements" (rather than "Applications") and then select the appropriate report requirement.

Required Form

Download and save this Budget Progress Report Excel 2003 spreadsheet. It must be completed and attached to your report.

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