Awarded Grants

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  • Awarded September 24, 2002

    State Funding of Mental Health

    Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester

    The project will conduct a comprehensive study of the health of NH's community mental health system, which consists of ten regional community mental health centers, 11 regional peer support agencies, and a statewide network of family support organizations, in order to provide a basis for determining & soliciting adequate funding for the system, to identify opportunities to make the system more accessible and effective for the consumers of mental health services & to identify opportunities to achieve cost ef
    Amount Awarded: $11,050
  • Awarded September 24, 2002

    Adolescent Injury Prevention Program

    Brain Injury Association of New Hampshire

    To leverage funds which have now become available that will enable us to start up an adolescent injury prevention program at six pilot sites.

    A campaign to promote helmet use among teens, who have the highest risk for traumatic brain injury of all age groups, yet the lowest rate of helmet use.

    Amount Awarded: $3,600
  • Awarded September 24, 2002

    Expand Your Vision: Hire the Visually Impaired

    New Hampshire Association for the Blind

    To convene a statewide conference, Expand Your Vision: Hire the Visually Impaired. to begin the process of opening doors to economic independence for many visually impaired residents by providing an opportunity for employers, consumers and service providers to work and learn together about employment barriers for visually impaired individuals and how they can be overcome.
    Amount Awarded: $5,300
  • Awarded September 24, 2002

    Collaborative Transportation Planning in the Twin Rivers & Lakes Reg

    Caring Community Network of the Twin Rivers

    To help fund personnel costs, including consultants and meeting costs, to develop through a series of planning activities a sustainable plan for a regional, coordinated transportation system to access primary, secondary, and tertiary health care in the Twin Rivers and Lakes Region.
    Amount Awarded: $18,483
  • Awarded September 24, 2002

    Survey Committee, Governor's Commission on Domestic & Sexual Violence

    New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence

    To conduct a survey, needs assessment and evaluation to determine current gaps in services to victims of domestic and sexual violence, training needs of professionals who work with victims, and the effectiveness of the Governor's Commission's multi-disciplinary responses.
    Amount Awarded: $11,750
  • Awarded September 24, 2002

    Kid's Count to New Hampshire

    Children's Alliance of New Hampshire

    To create the 2003 KIDS COUNT New Hampshire Decennial Edition Data Book.
    Amount Awarded: $8,500
  • Awarded September 24, 2002

    NH/VT Schweitzer Fellows Program

    NH/VT Schweitzer Fellows Program

    To carry out service projects while receiving leadership training in public service in local NH communities with underserved populations), to include students from UNH and the Franklin Pierce Law School in projects related to EFH themes and to fund a one year fellowship at each school.
    Amount Awarded: $5,000
  • Awarded August 27, 2002

    Pastoral Counseling Information System - Matching Grant Proposal

    Pastoral Counseling Services

    This grant will assist in managing and monitoring the dramatic increase of requests for counseling services. At this time, Pastoral Counseling Services (PCS) has no technical infrastructure in place. The capabilities of technology will cut down on the cumbersome and wasteful paper flow, track the trends of the mental health needs of the community, and enable PCS to install a development software package for fundraising initiatives. The $30,390 would purchase technical equipment and assist with the implementation of a web site
    Amount Awarded: $6,500
  • Awarded August 20, 2002

    New Hampshire Substance Abuse Conference: Prevention and Treatment Working Together

    New Hampshire Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse

    To help fund an opportunity to expand the focus of the New Hampshire Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Recovery's annual prevention conference to include intervention and treatment.
    Amount Awarded: $9,000
  • Awarded August 12, 2002

    Covering the Uninsured in New Hampshire

    New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies

    Grant funds will be used to support the first phase of a multi-year project to identify and support public policy proposals that will reduce the percentage of NH's population that lacks health insurance as outlined in the July 12, 2002 Proposal. The project will build on the work already completed by the Adult Coverage Subcommittee created by legislation in 1999 and by the NH Department of Health and Human Services. The first phase of the project will collect and analyze information necessary to develop policy alternatives.
    Amount Awarded: $208,436
  • Awarded July 1, 2002

    North Country Cares II

    North Country Health Consortium

    To fund second year of three year theme grant with conditional funding to continue the implementation of the project at the pilot site of Berlin and continue planning and implementation in Littleton, Haverhill, Lancaster and Colebrook HSA's.
    Amount Awarded: $116,364
  • Awarded June 24, 2002

    Medical Language Services Project

    Access Project/Third Sector New England

    The Access Project proposes to work in partnership with the National Health Law Program (NHeLP) on an effort to educate and inform hospitals, health care providers, immigrant and health advocates, and groups interested in expanding health care access of the availability of federal funds to defray the cost of providing language interpreters. Between June and December of 2002, TAP and NHeLP propose to develop an Language Services Action Kit for nationwide distribution and implement work in 2 to 4 states supporting provider/immigrant coalitions. These coalitions will work to educate opinion leaders and policy makers on the importance of providing language services and investigate the feasibility of implementing the federal reimbursement option for these services.
    Amount Awarded: $20,000