- Applications are due by April 11, 2016. Contact Jonathan Cohen,
- The purpose of the is to advance projects which increase access to healthcare or health promotion services that improve the health status of vulnerable populations.
Of particular interest are projects that result in:
- The support or creation of primary care outreach services to vulnerable populations
- The development of continuing managed care services rather than episodic or uncoordinated care
- The removal of barriers that prevent people from receiving services such as lack of transportation, cultural competency of providers, language differences, or others
- Disease prevention and health promotion programming
- Agency Collaboration
Grants may be for operational expenditures such as personnel costs, program expenses, small equipment purchases or physical improvements. Grant requests between $5,000 and $25,000 will be considered. Collaborative efforts will be given a higher priority.