Awarded Grants

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  • Awarded December 19, 2001

    Long Distance Medical

    Tri County Community Action Program, Inc.

    The Long Distance Medical program, a division of North Country Transportation, acts as liaison between those needing transportation for medical appointments including dialysis, cancer treatments, and other medical services performed in hospitals out of their area, and volunteer drivers. The program provides mileage reimbursement to the volunteer drivers who use their own vehicles, but would like to offer them more incentives as a means of recruiting and retaining volunteers. A wheel-chair accessible vehicle is also needed for those clients who cannot transfer from wheelchairs to regular vehicles.
    Amount Awarded: $10,000
  • Awarded November 5, 2001

    Victim Offender Mediation

    Community Diversion Program

    To extend the Family Mediation Services to include Victim Offender Mediation.
    Amount Awarded: $6,400
  • Awarded October 1, 2001

    Social Norming Conference

    New Hampshire College and University Council

    To convene the Presidents of all post secondary institutions in NH (public, private, 2-year, 4-year) for a round table with a national expert on the use of social norming to combat the illegal use and abuse of alcohol on college campuses in NH
    Amount Awarded: $2,100
  • Awarded September 30, 2001

    Mobile HIV Testing Van

    AIDS Services for the Monadnock Region

    Mobile HIV Testing Van: A Discretionary Bridge Grant to equip a van with HIV testing supplies and personnel, to help meet an unanticipated high demand for HIV outreach services in the area.
    Amount Awarded: $10,000
  • Awarded 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 September 30, 2001

    Weeks on Wheels

    Weeks Medical Center

    Weeks on Wheels: A Discretionary Bridge Grant to help leverage dollars to purchase a mobile health care van, improving access to health care in the region.
    Amount Awarded: $10,000
  • Awarded September 30, 2001

    Planning and Staff Development

    New Hampshire Healthy Kids Corporation

    Planning and Staff Development: Grant will aid in the development an updated strategic plan for the NH Healthy Kids Corp Board, its community and State partners as well as implement staff development to prepare for implementation of such plan.
    Amount Awarded: $15,500
  • Awarded September 30, 2001

    TAP 2000/01 Multi-Community Report

    University of New Hampshire

    TAP 2000/01 Multi-Community Report: Grant will help create and examine an aggregate database across 55 New Hampshire communities (previously surveyed by TAP) in order to make timely comparisons of teen health risk behavior among communities, and to write and distribute a report of the findings to individuals, organization, and state agencies providing services to adolescents.
    Amount Awarded: $10,800
  • Awarded 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 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 September 30, 2001

    Assessing NH North Country Health Data

    Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy

    Assessing New Hampshire North Country Health Data: Grant will help to locate and critically assess the available data on the health status of New Hampshire residents in the North Country and the availability of health care providers.
    Amount Awarded: $20,000
  • Awarded September 30, 2001

    Steppingstones Evaluation

    Krempels Foundation

    Steppingstones Evaluation: Grant will enable the Kremples Foundation to conduct an in-depth evaluation of Steppingstones, a program whose goal is to improve the quality of life for brain injury survivors. The program will identify the program's strengths and weaknesses and develop a plan to improve the programs' overall effectiveness.
    Amount Awarded: $18,489