California State Treasurer
California Health Facilities Financing Authority
The California Health Facilities Financing Authority (CHFFA) recognizes the difficulty small and rural health facilities have in obtaining adequate financing for their capital needs. The HELP II Loan Program provides low-interest rate loans to California nonprofit small or rural health facilities in an efficient, timely, and cost effective manner. HELP II loans may be used to purchase or construct new facilities, remodel or renovate existing facilities, purchase equipment or furnishings, and refinance existing debt. Facilities with gross annual revenues of up to $30 million are eligible for loans under this program. District hospitals and rural health facilities are eligible without any revenue limitations. Applications are accepted on a monthly basis.
For Profit | Non Profit | Public Agency
New Addition to an Existing Building | Production Process Improvement | Real Estate and Asset Purchases | Rehabilitation of Existing Whole Building | Rehabilitation of Part of an Existing Building | Whole New Building Construction
Commercial | Public
City | County | Health Care | Special Districts
Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure | Electric Vehicles | Energy Efficiency for Processes | Energy Efficiency in Buildings | Energy Management System | Energy Storage | Generation Systems | Water Use Reduction
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2 percent fixed interest rate for property acquisition, construction, re0vation, and equipment. 3 percent fixed interest rate for loan refinancing.