- Grant Seekers
Recognizing the critical importance of health and mental health care to individuals, families, and communities, the Foundation invests in programs or projects that achieve results aligned with the objectives outlined below. Please note that the "Results Sought" reflect the specific outcomes of highest interest to us at this time.
Expand access to health care for underserved, uninsured, or vulnerable populations or communities.
(Priority will be given to projects aimed at systems-change or that are systemic or community-wide in scale or approach.)
Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens
$125,000 (over fifteen months)
To support the development and implementation of a Translation Assistance Program
One Brooklyn Health System
$230,000 (over two years)
To launch a Diabetes Center of Excellence and improve the health outcomes of people living with diabetes in Central Brooklyn
Expand and strengthen quality out-of-hospital health care for the most underserved and vulnerable populations.
(Priority will be given to programs capable of being sustained with earned or public sector revenue, producing outcomes of long-term value in a short time, and/or of reducing cost to the system while maintaining or improving quality of care to the individual.)
Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health, Inc.
$115,000 (over six months)
To engage community-based organizations in the development of a planning framework, and a set of priorities and recommendations, for the integration of health and human services
EngageWell IPA, a project of Housing Works, Inc.
$200,000 (over two years)
To support the integration of a phone-based technology application aimed at strengthening outpatient self-management of medication into the care of low-income clients with chronic medical and behavioral health conditions
New York Legal Assistance Group, Inc.
To support paralegal assistance for attorneys providing legal counsel and assistance to patients of NYC Health + Hospitals
Service Program for Older People, Inc.
To develop and implement a mental health training program with and for church leaders, counselors, and volunteers in low-income communities of color
Supportive Housing Network of New York, Inc.
$100,000 (over two years)
To promote supportive housing production, preservation, services, and the sustainability and effectiveness of nonprofit providers
Urban Pathways, Inc.
To provide health education and facilitate access to appropriate community-based health care for residents at four supportive-housing programs
Promote development and expansion of the workforce needed to support delivery of primary, community-based, and at-home health care and care management for the most vulnerable populations.