In addition to the Framework, the Ministry Capital Planning Manual
, in place since 1996 and still in effect today, defines the processes, policies, and procedures for capital projects.
For additional information about the Framework, click on the links below:
In 2016, the Ministry released the Community Health Capital Program (CHCP) policy that provides a unified approach for the review, approval, and funding of community health care infrastructure capital projects in Ontario by the Ministry.
Community sector LHIN-funded HSPs and organizations who provide direct service-related programming are eligible under the CHCP:
- Community Health Centres (CHCs)
- Aboriginal Health Access Centres (AHACs)
- Community Based Mental Health and Addictions (MH&As) Agencies
In addition to the CHCP, the Ministry Capital Planning Manual, in place since 1996, is still in effect today. It defines the processes, policies, and procedures for capital projects.
For additional information about the CHCP policy, click on the links below:
Community Health Capital Program eLearning
Going forward, access to CHCP eLearning tools and training materials will be provided through the Health Capital Division Web Portal. To create an account to access this site, please click on the “Create new account” link and follow the instructions provided. Note: When prompted to select the areas of the web portal you will access, select any option(s) in order to gain access.
Once your account set-up is confirmed, please click on “Health Capital Division” in the left-hand menu bar, then “Health Capital Investment Branch”. Scroll down to the “Training Materials” section to access the following eLearning modules:
- Module 1: Overview of the Community Health Capital Programs (CHCP) Policy Course
- Module 2: Stage 1 Application Process and the Community Toolkit