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Provider Grants Program

Thank you for your interest in the Superior HealthPlan Grant Program. Grants of up to $5,000 are available to participating Superior providers and community organizations focused on promoting the health and well-being of the communities we serve. Applications must be completed in full and submitted online to be considered. All applications are reviewed by the Superior Grant Committee and will be awarded on a quarterly basis. Applicants will be notified of the committee’s decision by the tenth business day of the month following the end of the quarter. Deadlines for submissions are as follows:

  • Q1 – March 31
  • Q2 – June 30
  • Q3 – September 30
  • Q4 – December 31

All grants are considered and selected on the following criteria:

  • Grant must serve the Medicaid population
  • Grantees must agree to a 12 month visit to detail how funds were used
  • Grantees may not use grant funds to cover salary or fringe benefits for staff
  • Grantees must agree to complete Superior Intake and Follow Up forms
  • Grantees must not have won a grant within the last 12 months

For providers only:

  • Providers must be accepting new patients
  • Providers must have submitted claims in the last 6 months
  • Providers must have no member complaints in the last 6 months

For community partners only:

  • Community Based Organization must "Claim" the organization on FindHelp webpage (if applicable)
  • Grant must support SDoH needs for the community to include but not limited to: Food Insecurity, Economic Stability, Education, Neighborhood and Built Environment, Access to Health Care and Social and Community Context

Please note that submitting an online application does not guarantee funding. Please contact with any additional questions.

Application for Grant

Type of Organization *

In an effort to better serve our members we are requiring community organization applicants to register (claim) and onboard (add contact information, accept referrals) their program through Superior Community Aids and Resources (CARES), our online social services resources directory. Organizations must be signed up for Superior CARES before grants are awarded. Organizations will not be considered for a grant unless they are registered with Superior CARES.

Please note: Direct providers of community-based services such as food, shelter, transportation etc. are required to register. This requirement does not apply to schools and Head Start programs.

For additional information on Superior CARES and to register your organization, please download the Superior CARES Quick Reference Guide (PDF).

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Does the organization have 501c3 status? *
Max $5,000