RMHF

Grants by Year

Fiscal Year 2011

Access and Quality of Care 

Access Now $4,000 to support the Continuing the Discussion – Health Care Reform and Its Impact on Richmond Safety Net Providers.

Better Housing Coalition $70,000 over two years to provide individual/group health education, counseling, medical case management, health screenings/monitoring, and medication management to onsite residents of Better Housing Coalition facilities.

Challenge Discovery Projects $16,000 over one year for the creation of a Youth Technology and Healing Center. 

Children’s Health Involving Parents $195,000 over three years to expand care coordination in the areas of health, dental and parent education. 

Commonwealth Clinic $150,000 over three years to support a full-time bilingual registered nurse and to augment current staff with bilingual training. 

CrossOver HealthCare Ministry $100,000 over one year to expand up-to-date health screenings, track chronic diseases, address mental health issues and provide appropriate health education for CrossOver’s single women population. 

Daily Planet $58,140 over one year to develop a program in conjunction with Southside Child Development Center to provide health/nutrition education and health screening services for at risk children and families served by Southside Child Development Center. 

Fan Free Clinic $30,600 over one year to implement a comprehensive diabetes program. 

Friends Association For Children $60,000 over two years to support a new School Age Health Education Program to provide children the opportunity to learn healthy lifestyle habits. 

Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services $40,000 over one year to support medical and dental services for women.

Legal Aid Justice Center $30,000 over eighteen months to support medical-legal partnership programming between the Center and the VCU Health System.

Richmond City Health District $219,000 over three years to support community resource centers located in Fairfield Court, Whitcomb Court, and Mosby Court.

Southeastern Council of Foundations $5,000 to support Southeastern Health Legacy Foundations programming.

Virginia Treatment Center for Children $393,900 over three years to support the Children’s Mental Health Resource Center.


Aging Services Planning and Delivery 

Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Richmond $60,000 over two years to support respite assistance programs for caregivers of family members diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or other dementia diseases. 

Senior Navigator $117,500 over two years to develop and maintain a web based Health Reform Solution Center to provide health reform information to seniors and caregivers.

United Way of Greater Richmond $16,000 over one year to support the continued development of the Greater Richmond Age Wave Plan.