RMHF

Grants by Year

Fiscal Year 2015

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.

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 $80,000 over two years for operational support for its comprehensive medical and health services for the County's low income, uninsured.

Daily Planet $160,000 over two years to continue integration of medical and behavioral health services for the clinic’s diabetic patients, and to assist other clinics in replicating the model.

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.

Greater Richmond Fit4Kids $150,000 over three years to expand physical activity and wellness programs for children in targeted elementary schools in Richmond, Hopewell, Henrico and Chesterfield.

RX Partnership $20,000 over one year to provide free medication to low income, uninsured patients in the greater Richmond region.

Virginia League for Planned Parenthood $200,000 over three years to provide primary and urgent care clinic services during weekend hours for the region's safety net patients.

Virginia Supportive Housing $100,000 over two years to improve the physical and behavioral health of individuals served by the agency.

Virginia Treatment Center for Children $200,000 over three years to support for families navigating the mental health care system for their children. 

YMCA of Greater Richmond $150,000 over two years for Diabetes educational programming. 


Healthcare Workforce Education and Development

VCU Department of Psychology and Hayes E. Willis Clinic $100,000 over two years to establish a bilingual pediatric training site and support the health needs of Latino children served by the Hayes E. Willis Clinic.


Aging Services Planning and Delivery

Alzheimer's Association $30,000 over one year to support client engagement programs, care consultation and respite care services for individuals affected by Alzheimer's & Dementia and their caregivers.

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.

Circle Center Adult Day Services
$170,000 to renovate and furnish additional space in order to increase service capacity as well as professional development for current staff.

Senior Connections and VCU Department of Gerontology $250,000 over two years to continue implementing and expanding the Greater Richmond Age Wave Plan.

South Richmond Adult Day Care Center $100,000 over two years to provide on-site healthcare and prevention services by a registered nurse.
 

Community Health Improvement

Code for America $50,000 over one year to fund a coding team within the City of Richmond to develop a smart phone application for newly insured individuals to better understand the health care market.

Partnership for Nonprofit Excellence $100,000 over two years to provide operating support to its four core programs: ConnectVA, HandsOn Greater Richmond, Organizational Solutions and Nonprofit Learning Point.

Richmond Academy of Medicine Trust $30,000 to design and adopt a model to address end-of-life planning in the Richmond region.

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.