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AWARDED GRANTS

Awarded Sunday, September 30, 2001

Project Build

New Hampshire Teen Institute
To develop the plans in partnership with a pilot school for PROJECT BUILD a community owned and operated prevention leadership program for 6th grade students using the Teen Institute program methodology and training format of training and motivating local volunteers to conduct their own prevention program.
Amount Awarded: $5,000
Awarded Sunday, September 30, 2001

Steppingstones Evaluation

Krempels Foundation
Steppingstones Evaluation: Grant will enable the Kremples Foundation to conduct an in-depth evaluation of Steppingstones, a program whose goal is to improve the quality of life for brain injury survivors. The program will identify the program's strengths and weaknesses and develop a plan to improve the programs' overall effectiveness.
Amount Awarded: $18,489
Awarded Sunday, September 30, 2001

Study of Birth Defects Surveillance System for the State of NH

Trustees of Dartmouth College
Study of Birth Defects Surveillance System for the State of NH: Grant will help lay the groundwork for the development of a birth defects surveillance system in New Hampshire.
Amount Awarded: $63,564
Awarded Sunday, September 30, 2001

Substance-Use Disorders, Crime, and Treatment

New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies
Substance-Use Disorders, Crime, and Treatment: Grant will help fund the gathering and analysis of data describing relationships between alcohol and other drug abuse in New Hampshire, in relation to crime and incarceration data. Research will focus on apparent apparent lack of access to treatment options for those on parole or probation, and rates of recidivism.
Amount Awarded: $50,000
Awarded Sunday, September 30, 2001

TAP 2000/01 Multi-Community Report

University of New Hampshire
TAP 2000/01 Multi-Community Report: Grant will help create and examine an aggregate database across 55 New Hampshire communities (previously surveyed by TAP) in order to make timely comparisons of teen health risk behavior among communities, and to write and distribute a report of the findings to individuals, organization, and state agencies providing services to adolescents.
Amount Awarded: $10,800
Awarded Sunday, September 30, 2001

Weeks on Wheels

Weeks Medical Center
Weeks on Wheels: A Discretionary Bridge Grant to help leverage dollars to purchase a mobile health care van, improving access to health care in the region.
Amount Awarded: $10,000
Awarded Friday, September 28, 2001

Access to Assistive Technology

ATECH Services
Access to Assistive Technology: Grant will help ATECH Services collaboratively provide access to assistive technology (AT) products and services by individuals with severe disabilities. Project will provide a pool of AT equipment, a mobile service delivery unit (for on-site rural outreach), and a resource pool of business and community members to support AT users within local communities.
Amount Awarded: $230,495
Awarded Friday, September 28, 2001

Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Project

Manchester Community Health Center
Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Project: A one-year planning grant to develop (and obtain school board approval for) a program to screen 7th grade females in the Manchester school system who are identified as high risk for becoming pregnant and then provide pregnancy prevention programs and follow up through high school.
Amount Awarded: $16,000
Awarded Friday, September 28, 2001

Bringing Children Home

VNA Health Systems of Northern New England
Bringing Children Home: Grant will help VNA's collaboratively develop a new pediatric home care model in Belknap, Cheshire, Grafton, Hillsborough, Merrimack, Rockingham and Sullivan counties. The new program will address the gap between the acutely ill pediatric patients' needs and current home care delivery capabilities.
Amount Awarded: $175,000
Awarded Friday, September 28, 2001

Creating Systemic Change to Strengthen and Sustain NH's Community Health Centers

Bi-State Primary Care Association
Creating Systemic Changes to Strengthen and Sustain NH's Community Health Centers: Grant will help initiate the creation of more effective funding systems for the eight Community Health Centers in New Hampshire. The project will create model systems of financial sustainability to ensure the delivery of primary and preventive care to the uninsured and underinsured New Hampshire residents.
Amount Awarded: $200,000