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Awarded Sunday, September 30, 2001

Assessment & Dissemination of Community Benefit Information & Practices

Community Health Institute/JSI Research & Training
Assessment and Dissemination of Community Benefit Information and Practices: Grant will help the Community Health Institute analyze how New Hampshire's Health Care Charitable Trust's community benefit plans compare to the community needs assessment, and then to disseminate findings to communities and charitable trusts.
Amount Awarded: $83,839
Awarded Sunday, September 30, 2001

Assuring Cultural Competence in Southern New Hampshire Developmental Disability Services

Gateways Community Services
Assuring Cultural competence in Southern New Hampshire Develomental Disability Services: A one year planning grant will help address the cultural competency needs of the Area Agency of Nashua and to develop a strategic plan to address barriers to the delivery of service to the developmentally disabled and their families who are of minority ethnicity. Program will be replicated in the other Area Agencies throughout New Hampshire.
Amount Awarded: $18,600
Awarded Sunday, September 30, 2001

Chamber Health Care Coalition

Growth Opportunity Alliance of Greater Lawrence
Chamber Health Care Coalition: This Discretionary Venture Grant will assist small and medium-size businesses through survey analysis throughout New Hampshire to better understand how to provide affordable health insurance to their employees.
Amount Awarded: $8,700
Awarded Sunday, September 30, 2001

Community Health Prevention & Treatment Initiative

Foundation for Healthy Communities
Community Health Prevention and Treatment Initiative: Grant will help plan a community health model to provide better access to prevention and treatment, with an emphasis on vulnerable populations by looking at the relaionship between community health data and personal medical care.
Amount Awarded: $15,000
Awarded Sunday, September 30, 2001

Empowering Communities with Data

University of New Hampshire
Empowering Communities with Data: Grant will enable researchers to design and develop a business plan, budget, funding strategy and additional grant initiative to eventually provide communities with access to local population based health data and information. This will help communities better implement evidence based community health planning and education.
Amount Awarded: $153,245
Awarded Sunday, September 30, 2001

Enhancing Quality Integration of Mental Health into Primary Care

Concord Hospital
Enhancing Quality Integration of Mental Health into Primary Care: Grant will help the Concord Regional Family Health Center design an effective screening process for correlating patients' psychological/social behaviors and their physical health conditions, as related to their functional abilities. The project will furnish medical and mental health providers with information that will facilitate effective interventions (considering the ' whole person' ), and will share this tool with other New Hampshire community health centers.
Amount Awarded: $91,000
Awarded Sunday, September 30, 2001

Health Care for Incarcerated Youths

New Hampshire Department of Youth Development Services
Health Care for Incarcerated Youths: Grant will help YDS implement comprehensive health care program for children who loose Medicaid coverage when incarcerated.
Amount Awarded: $2,618
Awarded Sunday, September 30, 2001

Kids Count

Children's Alliance of New Hampshire
Kids Count: Grant will help expand the capacity of the Children's Alliance of New Hampshire Kids Count project by imporving its' capacity to collect, process and analyze children's health data and to effectively communicate this vital information to a broad audience.
Amount Awarded: $16,000
Awarded Sunday, September 30, 2001

Liveable, Walkable Communities

New Hampshire Celebrates Wellness Association
Liveable, Walkable Communities: Grant will enalble the Association to convene key stakeholders- including representatives from health, planning, conservation, transportation, community development, environmental, business, and disabled communities - to develop an Action Plan to create and promote Liveable, Walkable Communities (LWC).
Amount Awarded: $22,375
Awarded Sunday, September 30, 2001

Medical Appointment Transportation

American Red Cross, Concord Area Chapter
Medical Appointment Transportation: This Discretionary Venture Grant will support a pilot mileage reimbursement incentive to volunteer drivers who provide rides to medical appointments. A crisis in driver recruitment precipitated funding.
Amount Awarded: $9,500