Administration-Sponsored Capital Program
Instructions for Completion of the Application
If you would like to print the application and complete it by hand please click on the link indicating the PDF version of the document. Complete the application and you may mail it in.
If you would like to type in your responses on the electronic version of the application, you may do so by modifying the Microsoft Word version of the document. Please complete the following instructions listed below. (Note – this option requires the Microsoft Word software)
Please Click on the MS Word version of the document with your RIGHT Mouse button. From the popup menu that appears select the “Save Target As…” option. This will prompt you to designate the area on your hard drive where you would like to save the file. Select the folder on your hard drive where you would like to save the file and then click the Save button. Once the document has been saved, you will be prompted to open the document if you choose to do so. You can either open the document now or at a later time when you wish to make changes.
Open the document in Microsoft Word and input your information into the application.
Once you have completed the application you may either print the application and mail it in or save the document and email the file as an attachment to the contact person listed below.
The annual due date for applications is early April. (Applications will be available in February, 2013.) Please note: The date has passed for submitting applications for FY 2014 grant funds ( i.e., grant funds available after July 1, 2013).
Applications are reviewed by:
Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Department of Budget and Management
Approved projects are included in the Governor's budget released in January.
During the legislative session, the Maryland General Assembly votes on the Governor's capital budget.
Capital grant funds are available in July for projects that are approved by the legislature.
Services to individuals with developmental disabilities, mental illness, or addictions.
Federally Qualified Health Centers
Agencies must be nonprofit organizations, counties, or municipalities.
Agencies must provide services that are a priority for DHMH administrations.
Construction and/or renovation of a building
Acquisition of a building
Grant Limitations and Provisions
Statute and Regulations
Community Mental Health, Addictions, and Developmental Disabilities Facilities:
Federally Qualified Health Centers:
For further information, assistance, or a grant application, contact: