These grants will be used to plan community health-related projects that will compete for Phase II implementation grants later this year. More than seventy-five proposals were received from regional nonprofits and were ranked on impact and merit by the Trinity board. These groups will use the Phase I funding to research and plan details for project operations and sustainability culminating in a proposal for consideration of Phase II implementation funds. This year both large organization and small organization grants are being awarded.
Grant Recipients | BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina Foundation
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This project will begin to cultivate a list of informed policies and practices to advance race equity and inclusion for organizations across the state to adopt and implement. This project will improve adolescent reproductive health by developing a more specific and tailored professional development strategy for pediatric care providers, based on barriers, attitudes and capacity, leading to more consistent implementation of best practices. This project will evaluate the impact of utilizing home health care providers onsite as needed for medically fragile residents, who would otherwise not be able to stay at Transitions. Transitions continues to see an increase in complex health needs of the homeless population in the Midlands. This project will support efforts to better coordinate needed health resources for veterans and military families in local communities through the development of a statewide action plan for veteran-serving organizations across South Carolina.
This is achieved through a network of more than volunteers, 70 interfaith partners and a variety of services. This project will transform the lives of Caregivers, their loved ones with dementia, as well as the volunteers, mentors and youth who support them in Monmouth County. This intergenerational music program connects students to elders with dementia, using the power of music to inspire, empower and increase empathy. These services are provided free of charge with no income restrictions. Loud n Clear Foundation c3 is a grassroots New Jersey registered nonprofit Recovery Community Organization providing a model relapse prevention program that supports all pathways to recovery through peer driven and operated programs.