RMHF

Grants by Year

Fiscal Year 2012

Access and Quality of Care 

Access Now $80,000 over two years to support care coordinator services and to provide specialty physician referrals for patients served by the region’s health safety net providers. 

Challenge Discovery Projects $60,000 over two years to support outpatient counseling in the community resource centers of Creighton Court, Fairfield Court and Mosby Court. 

CrossOver HealthCare Ministry $100,000 over two years to support the Single Women’s Health Program. 

Daily Planet $200,000 over two years to provide healthcare for the uninsured and underinsured by adding an additional nurse practitioner. 

East District Family Resource Center $176,400 over two years to support the 7th District Health and Wellness Initiative, a community program with an emphasis on health education, outreach, screening and connecting residents with a medical home. 

Fan Free Clinic $86,000 over two years to expand the Clinic’s Diabetes Wellness Project.

Free Clinic of Powhatan $75,000 over two years to improve the Clinic’s infrastructure in order to sustain and expand clinical services for patients served by the Clinic. 

Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services $108,000 over two years for support of medical, dental and behavioral health services. 

Greater Richmond Stop Child Abuse Now $75,000 over two years to support the Circle Preschool Program to provide mental health services to victims of assault/physical abuse in a preschool environment. 

Greater Richmond Fit4Kids $120,000 over three years to introduce physical activity and wellness programs for children in targeted elementary schools in Richmond City and Chesterfield County. 

Lucy Corr Foundation $23,500 over one year to equip and modernize the Lucy Corr Village Dental Clinic. 

Richmond High Blood Pressure Center $55,000 over one year for renovation/expansion of clinic space and the addition of a part-time nurse practitioner. 

Rx Drug Access Partnership $40,000 over two years to provide free medication to low-income uninsured patients through community safety net pharmacies. 

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

VCU L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs $23,307 to survey the Hispanic/Latino population across greater Richmond to assess how the Hispanic/Latino population uses healthcare and clinical facilities in Richmond and Central Virginia.

Virginia League for Planned Parenthood $93,000 over two years for a patient navigator in the Women’s Primary Care Services Program. 

Virginia Supportive Housing $50,000 over one year for a registered nurse in the A Place to Start Program. 


Healthcare Workforce Education and Development 

Bon Secours Richmond Health Systems School of Nursing $5,500 to support the School of Nursing. 

John Tyler Community College School of Nursing  $160,000 over two years to create the infrastructure for an educational pipeline for high school students and graduates of the Chesterfield Technical Center Practical Nurse Program to seamlessly progress into the JTCC Associate Degree, pre-BSN certificate and VCU/ODU Baccalaureate nursing programs. 

Longwood University School of Nursing $125,000 over one year in capital funding to build out a clinical simulation laboratory for home health and long-term care education. 


Aging Services Planning and Delivery

Better Housing Coalition $250,000 for the construction of a multipurpose room for health related programs, green/garden features and acquisition of adaptive equipment for Beckstoffer’s Mill senior housing in Richmond’s East End.

Greater Richmond Aquatics Partnership $60,000 over one year for the planning, design and implementation of aquatics therapy and fitness programming for low-income senior citizens.

Senior Connections $50,000 over one year to expand the Public Guardianship Program’s services for indigent adults.