Nursing Homes Receive Funding for Air Filters!!
Government providing CMP Funds, up to $3,000 Per Facility, Aerus to increase or improve air quality!!
Register at the link below for the CMP related downloads, including the program application,
and to receive a call from Joe Lino, from Aerus!!
The below tips help nursing facilities obtain grant money to purchase items that enhance the air and environment so more friends and family can safely visit loved ones in the nursing home setting.
HHI’s long-standing Sponsor for the Harmony Symposium, Joe Lino, is an expert in air purification.
Please see tip #10 for more information.
- 1. CMS (The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) issued a revised FAQ guidance for Nursing Home Visitation – COVID 19 (Refer to
- 2. The guidance provides reasonable ways a nursing home can safely facilitate in-person visitation to address the psychosocial needs of residents.
- 3. Facilities may use up to $3,000 for in-person visitation aids
- 4. Facilities may use up to an additional $3,000 for in-person visitation aids:
a. indoor portable fans,
b. indoor portable air cleaners with high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA, H-13 or -14) filters to increase or improve air quality) and
c. shipping costs for the in-person visitation aids.
- 5. Expenses incurred on or after the release of Memorandum QSO-20-39-NH FAQ Revised, February 2, 2022, are eligible for reimbursement.
- 6. In addition, if a facility applied for and received CMP money for visitation aides throughout 2020 and 2021 and did not spend the entire $3,000.00 allowed for these aides, the facility can use the balance of the $3000.00 toward the purchase of air purifiers.
- 7. For criteria, application and instructions use the purple button below to download these 5 Zip Files:
- 8. Download the application to desktop and then fill out.
- 9. Only certified nursing homes are eligible for the grant.
These grants are paid from Civil Money Penalties (CMP) monies.
- 10. If you would like to set up a free consultation on the CMP application process and air quality with Joe Lino and Kris Mastrangelo, please click here