RMHF

Grants by Year

Fiscal Year 2013

Access and Quality of Care

A Grace Place Adult Day Care Center $90,500 over two years to design and implement an evidence-based fitness program to sustain or improve health, prevent and/or manage chronic diseases. 

ChildSavers $20,300 to assist in the identification and selection of a new practice management and electronic health record system. 

Family Lifeline $400,000 over three years to expand management and clinical team structure to serve at-risk families across all age spans.

Fan Free Clinic $250,000 over one year for operational support. 

Ramp Access Made Possible by Students $11,500 over one year to provide wheelchair ramps for low-income elderly and disabled individuals who are unable to access medical care without a ramp. 

ROSMY $1,500 to develop a suicide prevention program addressing the rising number of suicides among Richmond/Central Virginia’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. 

ROSMY $97,600 over two years to support organizational programming for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. 

Safe Harbor $40,000 over two years to expand community outreach, counseling, and group support efforts for residents of the Town & Country and Southwood housing developments. 

Southeastern Council of Foundations $2,500 to support Southeastern Health Legacy Foundations programming. 

South Richmond Adult Day Care Center $60,000 over one year for a registered nurse to provide on-site healthcare and prevention services, and to coordinate medical, dental, and behavioral health services. 

VCU Department of Health Administration $23,870 to implement a photo-voice project in partnership with the VCU Departments of Health Administration, Art Education, Social Behavioral Health and Richmond’s Hands Up Ministries to document the navigation, barriers and challenges to healthcare access/utilization for the underserved residents of Northside Richmond. 

VCU Division of Trauma & Critical Care $124,000 over two years to support its Injury and Violence Prevention Program: Project EMPOWER initiative to train providers across multiple settings to identify and provide services to individuals experiencing intimate partner violence. 

Virginia Supportive Housing $100,000 over two years to support the A Place to Start Program focused on improving the physical and behavioral health of individuals served by the agency. 

Young Men’s Christian Association of Greater Richmond $97,000 over one year to conduct multiple 12 week diabetes programs throughout the greater Richmond area. 


 Healthcare Workforce Education and Development

VCU School of Nursing $100,000 over three years to support the start-up phase of the School of Nursing’s Clinical Scholars Program. 


 Aging Services Planning and Delivery

Alzheimer’s Association  $30,000 over one year to support the Care Coordination Program offered caregivers of persons with Alzheimer’s and dementia. 

Senior Connections & VCU Department of Gerontology $112,500 over two years to implement the Greater Richmond Plan for Age Wave Readiness.