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Awarded Friday, September 28, 2001

Newport Middle High School Health Center

New London Hospital
Newport Middle School Health Center: Grant will collaboratively provide adolescents with a model year round comprehensive primary and preventive health services through a model middle high school health care center, an integrated referral network, and educational programs.
Amount Awarded: $209,000
Awarded Friday, September 28, 2001

North Country Cares I

North Country Health Consortium
To collaboratively design and implement a pilot care coordination model that covers the entire continuum of health care including the integration of ancillary and social services.
Amount Awarded: $136,458
Awarded Friday, September 28, 2001

Program to Increase Access to Mental Health

National Alliance on Mental Illness-New Hampshire
Program to Increase Assess to Mental Health: Grant will help intitiate a new program in Nashua to increase access to mental health care for Nashua's Latino community by building on an established program in Manchester. The program provides outreach and education about mental illness (including interpreter services), and incorporates cultural competency outreach to mental health providers.
Amount Awarded: $68,663
Awarded Friday, September 28, 2001

Respite Child Care Program

Respite Child Care Coalition
Respite Child Care: Grant helps the Respite Child Care Coalition collaboratively implement, evaluate, and disseminate a pilot model of respite child care for vulnerable families (families that include children with developmental disabilities, mental illness, and other developmental or mental challenges). Program includes education, outreach, and financial assistance.
Amount Awarded: $110,000
Awarded Tuesday, September 25, 2001

Statewide Needs Assessment

New Hampshire Association for the Blind
To conduct a first-ever statewide needs assessment of the blind and visually impaired community in NH to identify unmet needs and gaps in service in order to develop future model solutions.
Amount Awarded: $5,000
Awarded Tuesday, September 25, 2001

William Pollack Collaborative

Monadnock Waldorf School
To respond to the local community needs assessment to better understand the issues at the root of youth violence by presenting a free, public evening talk by a nationally recognized leader in the area of healthy development of boys and an all day workshop for professional who work with boys in the Monadnock region.
Amount Awarded: $5,000
Awarded Wednesday, August 8, 2001

AmeriCorps Victim Assistance Program

New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence
Americorps Victim Assistance Program: This is a one-year Bridge Grant to support ongoing operating expenses. Changes in funding formula, and loss of both in-kind space and no-cost health insurance for employees are among the factors precipitating funding.
Amount Awarded: $20,000
Awarded Wednesday, August 8, 2001


Northern Strafford County Juvenile Court Diversion
CHANCES: This Discretionary Venture Grant will help, in combination with other grants, to expand geographic reach of this program, which offers court diversion and intervention services. Not receiving an anticipated grant (which would have resulted in returning other contingent grants) is one of the factors precipitating funding.
Amount Awarded: $18,000
Awarded Wednesday, August 8, 2001

Child Health Services Operating Expenses

Child Health Services

Child Health Services: This is a one-year Bridge Grant to assist in offsetting an operating deficit for FY2002. Child Health Services provides pediatric medical services for low income children in greater Manchester. Unexpected decrease in community financial support is one of the factors precipitating this discretionary grant.


Amount Awarded: $20,000
Awarded Tuesday, July 3, 2001

Summer AIR (Artists in Residence)

Artists in Residence
To support the rental of a 15 passenger van for the AIR program. AIR offers a free, intensive 6-week arts program for economically disadvantaged teen girls. Unforeseen loss of anticipated funding precipitated funding.
Amount Awarded: $5,600