Grants Awarded

2017

  • Center for Black Women’s Wellness, Atlanta  cbww.org Expansion of the Behavioral Health Initiative
  • Center for Victims of Torture, Atlanta cvt.org Case management and psychotherapy for refugee clients
  • Community Advanced Practice Nurses, Atlanta capn.org Women and Children’s Health and Wellness program
  • Covenant House Georgia, Atlanta covenanthousega.org Mental health services to homeless, runaway, and trafficked youth
  • Faith and Deeds Community Health, Rome faithanddeedshealthcare.org Direct support of clinic patients
  • Friends of Disabled Adults and Children, Stone Mountain fodac.org Home Medical Equipment program
  • Georgia Budget & Policy Institute, Atlanta gbpi.org General health policy work
  • Georgia Center for Oncology Research and Education, Atlanta georgiacancer.org Measurement of the results of cancer plans and impact of the state’s investments in cancer treatment
  • Georgia Health News, Atlanta georgiahealthnews.com General support
  • Georgia Organics, Atlanta georgiaorganics.org “Farm to School” program in partnership with FoodCorps Foodcorps.org, working with public schools statewide through gardening, culinary, and nutrition education
  • Georgia Watch, Atlanta georgiawatch.org Development of a written resource for the uninsured in Georgia
  • Georgians for a Healthy Future, Atlanta healthyfuturega.org In partnership with Voices for Georgia’s Children, to improve systems of navigation for families and access to quality healthcare
  • Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Georgia, Atlanta hmhbga.org Program to assess prenatal education programs across the state
  • Hearts and Hands Clinic, Statesboro theheartsandhandsclinic.org Expansion of clinic operations
  • liveSAFE Resources, Marietta  livesaferesources.org General support of victims of domestic violence
  • MedShare International, Atlanta medshare.org Expansion of services to safety net clinics in Georgia
  • Mercer University School of Nursing, Atlanta nursing.mercer.edu Scholarship support for students of the Georgia Baptist College of Nursing
  • Morningstar Children and Family Services, Brunswick morningstarcfs.org Expansion of mental health services to downtown Brunswick
  • No Longer Bound, Cumming nolongerbound.com In support of mental health assessments and counseling to the residents
  • Odyssey Family Counseling Center, College Park odysseycounseling.org School-Based Mental Health program
  • Prevent Blindness Georgia, Atlanta pbga.org Vision screening for pre-school aged children in South Georgia
  • Rehoboth Life Care Ministries, Byron careforlifeclinic.com Dental clinic services
  • Safe Hands for Girls, Atlanta  safehandsforgirls.org Educational and advocacy programs in Georgia
  • South Enotah Child Advocacy Center, Dahlonega southenotahcac.org Systematic Training for Effective Parenting STEP program to improve parent-child relationships
  • Southeast Health District, Waycross sehdph.org Supporting Sisters program for new mothers
  • Voices for Georgia’s Children, Atlanta georgiavoices.org In partnership with Georgians for a Healthy Future, to improve systems of navigation for families and access to quality healthcare

 

2016

 

2015

  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta www.bgcma.org Support of Eat, Cook, Grow Program.
  • Care and Counseling Center of Georgia, Decatur www.cccgeorgia.org In general support of the Center’s programs.
  • Center for Black Women’s Wellness, Atlanta www.cbww.org Expansion of the wellness program.
  • Community Helping Hands Clinic, Cleveland www.communityhelpinghandsclinic.org In general support of the Clinic.
  • Easter Seals of North Georgia, Atlanta www.northgeorgia.easterseals.com In support of the Play and Language for Autistic Youngsters (PLAY) Project.
  • Georgia Budget & Policy Institute, Atlanta www.gbpi.org In support of the Institute’s general health policy work.
  • Georgia Perimeter College Foundation, Decatur www.gpc.edu In support of the Dental Hygiene Clinic; part of the clinical training for the dental hygiene program.
  • Georgia State University, School of Public Health, Atlanta www.gsu.edu Convening a program on childhood obesity prevention in partnership with Healthcare Georgia Foundation.
  • Good Samaritan Health Center of Gwinnett, Lawrenceville www.goodsamgwinnett.org In support of the Weekend and Evening Program. Awarded in honor of Director Emeritus Henry Cornelius.
  • Grady Health Foundation, Atlanta www.gradyhealth.org In support of patient assistance for prescriptions and co-payments at the Georgia Cancer Center for Excellence.
  • HealthMPowers Atlanta www.healthmpowers.org Toward the school-based physical activity program improving students’ cardiovascular fitness and health knowledge.
  • Hillside, Atlanta www.hside.org In support of the Dialectical Behavior Therapy program, Hillside’s primary treatment modality.
  • International Rescue Committee, Atlanta wwwrescue.org In support of the Women’s Health and Wellness program to address the needs of female refugees.
  • Moving in the Spirit, Atlanta www.movinginthespirit.org In support of community performances targeting youth audiences to address the transmission of HIV/AIDS amongst teenagers.
  • North Georgia Healthcare Center, Ringgold www.nghcc.com Toward telemedicine equipment for the school and community-centered dental program.
  • Odyssey Family Counseling Center, College Park www.odysseycounseling.org Support of the School Based Mental Health Program.
  • Planned Parenthood of Georgia, Atlanta www.ppse.org Support of the Teen Action Group program; a peer training initiative.
  • Reaching Our Sisters Everywhere (ROSE), Lithonia www.breastfeedingrose.org To establish a Baby Café, an organization that coordinates a network of breastfeeding drop-in centers and other services to support breastfeeding mothers.
  • Visually Impaired Foundation of Georgia, Atlanta www.vifga.org Toward expansion of the low vision program to better meet demand.
  • Voices for Georgia’s Children, Atlanta www.georgiavoices.org To improve access to quality health and mental health services for children.
  • Wholesome Wave Georgia, Atlanta www.wholesomewavegeorgia.org Toward the Fruit and Vegetable Prescription (FVRx) program.
  • YWCA of Northwest Georgia, Marietta www.ywcanwga.com To provide for an additional counselor to work with clients who have experienced trauma as victims of domestic violence or sexual assault.

 

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2012