Attorney General Brnovich announces grants to 11 organizations to combat the opioid crisis
Office of Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich | Sep 19, 2022 | Arizona
The Mat-Su Health Foundation (MSHF) recently made 11 new grant awards totaling $360,104 to local nonprofit service providers for coronavirus (COVID-19) prevention and response. This is in addition to another nine previously awarded grants bringing the total to $738,228 awarded under the Coronavirus Prevention and Response (CPR) grant program. The
The Mat-Su Health Foundation Board of Directors recently approved 10 grants totaling $1,890,616 to support a variety of programs and services benefiting Mat-Su residents. “The grants announced today will positively impact health across generations, from our youth to the older Alaskans who contribute so much to the community,” said Mat-Su
King County and Multnomah Public Health among largest recipients of Chronic Disease Prevention grants, funded in part by the Affordable Care Act, grants focus on preventing tobacco use, obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell today announced nearly $212 million in grant awards to all 50
According to the Lund Report: "Unlocking Oregon's Healthcare System," Oregon Health & Science University's Richmond Clinic will receive a grant of $650,000 per year, for a two-year period. This enables the clinic to provide care to an additional 4,000 low-income patients and offer about 15,000 extra visits in Southeast Portland.
A few weeks ago, CMS announced $1 billion dollars in grants to organizations that are ready to adopt innovative new strategies and methods to promote delivery system reform. The grants are called the "Health Care Innovation Challenge." Tuesday, CMS will be offering the third in a series of webinars on