Fiscal Year 2016
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 $100,000 over one year for Registered Nurses to support patient care teams in case management, care coordination and quality improvement.
ChildSavers $55,000 over one year to improve the intake process to better match client needs with clinical expertise and the type of therapy needed.
CrossOver Healthcare Ministry $100,000 over one year to enhance patient care through the improvement of interdisciplinary care models, focusing on integrated wellness care and addressing social determinants of health.
East District Family Resource Center $50,000 over one year to coordinate health interventions and programs offered by various community organizations in the Richmond City 7th District.
Family Lifeline $62,400 over one year to improve program services for older adults and people with disabilities, strengthen referral partnerships, and identify ways for Family Lifeline to recruit, train and retain a qualified workforce.
Fan Free Clinic $100,000 over one year to expand patient access by increasing clinic hours, increasing volunteer providers and broadening community outreach through targeted partnerships.
Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services $100,000 over one year to provide comprehensive medical, dental and behavioral health services for the County's uninsured.
Lucy Corr Foundation $20,000 over one year to support operations and services provided through the dental clinic at Lucy Corr Village and partnering community programs.
Richmond High Blood Pressure Center $20,000 over six months to support operations.
RX Partnership $20,000 over one year to provide free medication to low income, uninsured patients and serve as a resource to safety net organizations in the greater Richmond region.
Virginia Dental Association Foundation $20,000 over one year to support comprehensive dental care needs of individuals who are disabled, elderly, medically compromised, and unable to afford services in the Richmond region.
YWCA $50,000 over one year to support health navigation and other support services for the RHART Program and victims of domestic violence.
Aging Services Planning and Delivery
A Grace Place Adult Day Care Center $75,000 over one year for a Case/Quality Assurance Manager to provide licensure oversight, track client health indicators and work with caretakers to support nursing staff in their duties and to facilitate clients' wellness practices when they are at home.
Better Housing Coalition $50,000 over one year to provide health education, counseling support services and medical case management services to residents living in BHC facilities, thereby enabling residents to age in place.
Council On Foundations $13,000 over one year to support general operating expenses of the Council.
Health Exchange Financial Assistance Program $30,000 over one year to support a pilot program that engages newly insured individuals though a series of educational programs and one-on-one coaching.
Metropolitan Richmond Sports Backers $75,000 over one year to support Bike/Walk RVA, an initiative working to build safe, connected and accessible networks of bike and pedestrian infrastructures in the region.
Philanthropy New York $15,000 over one year to support the Asset Funders Network and the Health-Wealth Funders Brief.
Tricycle Gardens $30,000 over one year to support food access programming including the Corner Farm, RVA's Healthy Corner Store Initiative, Four Season Farmers' Markets, and nutrition education classes/food skills classes.