Community Health Impact Program Now Accepting Proposals

The Health Fund is pleased to share our 2018 Community Health Impact Program Request for Proposals.

Our Community Health Impact Program allows for meaningful investment in promising endeavors that align with our mission of improving the health and wellness of Michigan’s residents with particular emphasis on children and seniors. The intention of these grants is to support projects that will have an impact on community health and wellness and are smaller in scale and complexity than projects that address our proactive initiatives. We're seeking proposals that address important community needs where one-time grants could produce long-term impact while providing solutions to pressing health issues within Michigan.


We encourage applicants to submit concept papers
by Tuesday, November 28 for early feedback!

Proposals are due Thursday, December 21 at 5:00 p.m.

 

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We're also pleased to share our latest grant awards! You can learn more about these awards on our blog.
 

2017 Healthy Aging Initiative

  • Area Agency on Aging of Northwest Michigan, Integrating Healthcare and Community-based Services for Individuals with Dementia, $292,064
  • Calvin College, Collaborative Inter-professional Falls Prevention Program, $433,394
  • Central Michigan University, Experiential Learning Older Adult Home Visit and Health Improvement Program, $422,455
  • Genesee Health System, Genesee County Healthy Aging, $500,000
  • Henry Ford Health System – Global Health Initiative, Knock & Check: Phase Two, $306,375
  • Jewish Hospice and Chaplaincy Network, LifeLinks: Home-based Palliative Care Program, $464,000
  • Michigan State University, THRIVE Network: Educating Dementia Caregivers  on Wellness and Self-care, $500,000
  • Otsego County Commission on Aging, Expansion of Innovative Technology and Aging Program, $360,320
  • Region 7 Area Agency on Aging, Community Care Transitions, $500,000
  • St. Joseph Mercy, Establishing Geriatric Behavioral Health Services, $462,000
  • Trinity Health Continuing Care, E-Prescribing Aging Services through Electronic Medical Records, $495,000
  • Upper Peninsula Health Care Solutions, Make a Plan, Share a Plan, $296,243
  • Wayne State University, Frailty Prevention in Older African Americans, $256,076

 

2017 Special Projects & Emerging Ideas Program

  • Hospice of Michigan, Pediatric Chronic Complex Care Program Pilot, $500,000
  • Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Re:Imagining Integrative Service Delivery, $500,000
  • Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Statewide Directory and Consumer Relationship Management (CRM) Tools for Care Coordinators, $500,000
  • Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Community Paramedic Project, $500,000
  • Michigan Council for Maternal and Child Health, Michigan Model for Health Online, $497,265
  • Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Parental and Caseworker Engagement in Medical/Mental Health Decision Making, $263,722
  • Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Michigan Pediatric Behavioral Health Acute Inpatient Access Improvement, $300,000
  • Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, MLTSS: Medicaid Managed Care Long-Term Care Supports and Services, $150,000
  • Spectrum Health, Strong Beginnings, $500,000
  • Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Air Quality and Health Assessment Initiative, $500,000
  • Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Diversity in Dementia Care, $267,753
  • The Regents of the University of Michigan, Promoting Infant Health and Wellbeing by Engaging Fathers, $500,000