Grants by Year

Fiscal Year 2014

Access and Quality of Care

Access Now $40,000 over one year to coordinate specialty medical care for safety net patients served by the region's free clinics,  Federally Qualified Health Centers and local health departments.

Capital Area Health Network $225,000 over 18 months to develop and implement a Nurse Advice Line to serve its patients and those of other area safety net providers.

Challenge Discovery Project $105,000 over three years to provide counseling, direct behavioral health services and enrichment programs to residents in Richmond's East End communities.

ChildSavers $100,000 to purchase, install and transition to a new electronic health record system. 

CrossOver Health Ministry $100,000 over two years to plan, purchase and implement an Electronic Health Record System.

The Daily Planet $50,000 to facilitate the integration of medical services within the Henrico County Mental Health East Center to provide access to primary care for individuals diagnosed with serious mental illness.

East District Family Resource Center $100,000 over two years to continue support of the 7th District Health & Wellness Initiative, a community collaboration focusing on prevention, education, outreach, screening  and connection to health services.

Fan Free Clinic $100,000 over one year to improve services provided through the integration of its behavioral, public health and transgender health services through a Patient Centered Medical Home model of care.

Free Clinic of Powhatan $37,000 over one year for operational support for its comprehensive medical and health services for the County's low income, uninsured.

Gateway Homes $25,000 over one year to support an on-site Nurse Practitioner.

Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services $54,000 over one year for support of its comprehensive medical, dental and behavioral health services for the County's low income, uninsured.

Lucy Corr Foundation $50,000 over two years to support operations and services provided at the dental clinic at Lucy Corr Village.

National Alliance on Mental Illness of Central Virginia $5,300 to provide mental health recovery, wellness education and support programs that reach and serve people in Central Virginia who are living with mental illness.

Nueva Vida $76,700 over two years to address the healthcare needs of Richmond's underinsured and uninsured Latinas and their families who are at risk of developing cancer or have a cancer diagnosis.

Richmond City Health District $276,675 over three years to expand the deployment of trained local lay-health advocates in Community Resource Centers located in Creighton, Fairfield, Whitcomb, Hillside and Mosby Courts.

RX Partnership $10,000 to provide free medication to low income, uninsured patients in the greater Richmond region. 

SeniorNavigator $82,400 over two years to expand access to information on the Affordable Care Act and health reform issues for adults across Virginia through its Virginia Health Navigator Solution Centers.

Southeastern Council of Foundations $10,500 to support Southeastern Health Legacy Foundations programming.

Stop Child Abuse Now of Greater Richmond $50,000 over two years to provide intensive behavioral health services in a preschool environment to children who have experienced severe physical/mental trauma and abuse.

Tricycle Gardens $30,000 over one year to address food insecurity by growing and distributing healthy local produce to neighborhood corner markets located in recognized food deserts.

Virginia Center for Health Innovations $19,500 to support a collaborative effort to design, test and scale a care model in which defined populations with diabetes receive consistent and coordinated supports across the clinical, workplace, and community settings.

Virginia Oral Health Coalition $25,000 to create a model for integration of dental and medical care within safety net clinics.

Young Men’s Christian Association of Greater Richmond $97,000 to conduct diabetes management programs designed for individuals with diabetes or who are at risk of developing diabetes.

 Healthcare Workforce Education and Development

Heart Havens $32,350 over three years to develop and offer an online training program for Direct Service Provider staff employed by Heart Havens, Richmond Residential Services and SupportOne.

J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College $100,000 over two years to develop curriculum and implement a Health Information Management career pathway.

Special Olympics of Virginia $27,000 to build a multipurpose/training room that will be used to strengthen staff and volunteer training.

VCU Massey Cancer Center $72,300 over one year to implement a pilot project to provide specialized Palliative Care training to Advanced Practice Registered Nurses working in rural or undeserved regions of the Commonwealth. 

 Aging Services Planning and Delivery

Better Housing Coalition $50,000 over one year to provide low income senior residents living in BHC facilities with access to appropriate physical and emotional support thereby enabling residents to age in place.