Assisting behavioral healthcare organizations access capital since 1991.

About Us

History and Mission

The Community Health Facilities Fund ("CHFF") was established in 1991 through the support and sponsorship of individuals and organizations who identified a pressing need for capital access for small community based behavioral healthcare organizations. The initial sponsors of the organization were two nationwide behavioral healthcare industry groups the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare and the United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (USPRA).

CHFF was founded with the assistance of and initially funded by a Program Related Investment from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Our financial partners is also dedicated to that mission and has directly invested their funds to fulfilling this mission for more than 20 years.

CHFF is a 501(c)3 organization. The mission of the organization is to assist nonprofit, behavioral healthcare organizations obtain access to capital either through the funding of loans directly to organizations or by providing financial advice and assistance which enables organizations to access capital from outside sources.

Board and Staff

Board of Trustees: CHFF is governed by a five member Board of Directors. The Board consists of individuals with expertise in behavioral healthcare management, financial services, healthcare policy and nonprofit management.  These individuals each have extensive experience as senior managers of behavioral healthcare organizations and financial services entities. The Board is active in setting the overall focus of the organization.

Staff: CHFF's professional staff consists of individuals with extensive experience in financial services primarily focused on organizations in the healthcare and nonprofit sectors. 

Christopher Conley, Fund Manager:

Dean Adams, Director of Operations:

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