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AWARDED GRANTS

Awarded Monday, June 16, 2003

North Country Cares III

North Country Health Consortium
To improve access to health care in the North Country Health Consortium service area through the design and implementation a care coordination model that is accessible through a single point of entry, covers the continuum of health care, and integrates ancillary and social services.
Amount Awarded: $164,914
Awarded Monday, June 16, 2003

Oral Health/Primary Care Services Integrated Administration

Community Health Access Network
To develop and implement administrative systems to support the standard operational functions of the oral health services of CHAN members and others, and to develop and institute a model of clinical integration for oral health status screening and education for selected at risk populations in the primary medical care setting.
Amount Awarded: $171,332
Awarded Monday, June 16, 2003

Reach Out Initiative - New Hampshire

New England Network for Child, Youth & Family Services, Inc.
To prepare youth service providers in northern New England to meet the needs of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning (GLBTQ) youth in order to enhance their health, safety and well-being.
Amount Awarded: $45,000
Awarded Monday, June 16, 2003

Searchlight Project

So. New Hampshire HIV/AIDS Task Force
To implement a statewide coordinated program (all NH AIDS Service Organizations) to provide counseling, HIV Testing and referral activities using the Internet for the most at-risk for HIV as well as support individuals already diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.
Amount Awarded: $164,593
Awarded Monday, June 16, 2003

Strafford County Dental Program

Strafford County Community Action Committee
To determine and implement a cost effective and sustainable system of oral health services to address the unmet oral health needs of the Strafford County community.
Amount Awarded: $7,520
Awarded Monday, June 16, 2003

VNA Child Care & Family Resource Center - On Site Dental Program

VNA Community Services
To implement a pre-school-based oral health prevention program at the VNA Child Care & Family Resource Center in order to meet the complex oral hygiene needs of low-income, high-risk preschool children without access to dental care. To investigate with others the feasibility of to expand oral health services at the Center to the broader community by developing the site as a satellite of the Poisson Dental Clinic during off hours and to replicate the program in similar settings in Manchester and in other NH communities.
Amount Awarded: $20,600
Awarded Monday, March 24, 2003

A Medical History

Pontine Movement Theatre
A Medical History will be a 3-year project serving communities in Northern NH. Pontine Theatre, in collaboration with writer, Paul Mroczka, and the Dartmouth Hitchcock Alliance will utilize theatre to raise public awareness about issues of social, cultural and geographic barriers to accessing health and health care in Northern NH.
Amount Awarded: $4,950
Awarded Monday, March 24, 2003

Convening a Training for NH Communities on Community Health Improvement

University of New Hampshire
This convening grant will build upon the work of the empowering communities with Data and Empowering communities through Access to Information and Training Grant. the objectives of this training session are to: a) hold a regular Advisory Committee Meeting b) provide a workshop on the community health improvement process, c) provide an opportunity for communities to share with each other how they are using data to prioritize their community work and to measure the effectness of their efforts, d) networking, e) assess the training needs of communities regarding implementation of a structured process for community health improvement.
Amount Awarded: $4,696
Awarded Monday, March 24, 2003

Greater Derry-Salem Transit Planning/Implementation

Rockingham Planning Commission

The limited nature of transit services in the Gr. Derry-Salem region creates a barrier to accessing health care for many of the region's transit dependent residents. During 2002 Gr. Derry Gr. Salem Region Transportation Council, together with 3 regional planning commissions, conducted a study analyzing the need for transit in the region; and defining an action plan for improving transit through coordination and expansion of existing demand response services; and development of standard fixed route bus service. Implementing this action plan is the focus of the project.

This proposal requests funds to implement 7 tasks identified in the Action Plan. These include establishing an Advisory Committee to guide development of a transit brokerage; developing a series of Memoranda of Understanding that set out how agencies will coordinate transit services; approaching towns for funding; developing joint training for staff providing transit services; developing a marketing campaign to promote expanded service; and establishing a brokerage call center. this project is intended to dovetail with a Theme Grant proposal to fund a pilot transit brokerage project.

Amount Awarded: $29,044